Aus, I'm from Michigan, ya know? I'd slit my throat if I had to go without apples. I love apples. But, honestly, I have never given the wax on them a second thought. Then again, it's a rarity if I was any of my fruits and veggies. I figure if the FDA approves 6 bug legs, 4 carapices and 3 nose hairs per lb of rice, then I can overlook a little E. coli. I have never been sickened by the foods that I've eaten, so I must've just innoculated myself against such problems through simple, blind faith..... God loves the elderly, little children and the very ignorant . and I gotta say, ignorance is bliss
I love Newbies for Breakfast!!! lol Hi, Welcome aboard. I'm assuming that you were referring to the PB post. When replying , here's a tip, cursor over the thing that says () Replies at the bottom of the post. Click reply and you will string onto that particular post.
My PB2 hasn't arrived.... it's "in transit" lol but when it does I'll be sure to post how I feel about the taste and texture.
Judy, I'm not sure you should try it on a regular chair, as it may roll and you are going to be pretty high up there. Have you got an old wooden legged footstool that is ratty? If so, you could take the top off it and leave the frame.... then put the ball onto that....thinking , thinking , thinking.... lol otherwise , I'll tell you what would be cheap and easy. Get an old tire rim, like a fire ring.... and use that as your ball stand. It won't budge and the ball should be really stable without being too high.
Abby, I had asked about the heaviest yoga balls for larger people when I was in rehab, because I was worried that the ball they had me using was too light to hold me. Theirs was a DuraBall. Load capacity is 1100 lbs and total load bearing is 4400 lbs. Unless you plan on using this while riding an adult camel (two hump) then you should be ok using one of these, lol. The drawback is that they are professional grade, extra heavy duty and cost an arm and a leg.... around $80 US. Worth it? Yes, if you plan to really use it. If not..... wait till you've dropped some weight. The Walmart Bally ones hold about 250 lbs. As long as you don't jump around on them.
Amber, the exercise ball...... I have lower back problems, as you know.... does the ball help relieve the stress on your back too, or is it mainly for balance and core? and , have you seen the stands that you put your ball into, the ones with legs?? makes your exercise ball into more like a papasan chair, lol
Judy, I just had my heart set on watching that sugar vid during my workout. It made me mad that none of the employees seem to know anything about the "free internet" or even the clock that came up missing in the pool area so we have no idea what time it is once we leave the main workout rooms.
Gah, I was SO MAD today at the gym.... I took my tablet so that I could log on and read this while killing myself on the NUSTEP and their friggen router signal is so crappy , it wouldn't browse for me..... WAHHHHHHH!
So, tonight, I'm going to watch it instead of reading my usual book. grrrrrrrrr