What is it exactly?
Normal can mean "average",
and it also has the connotation of "sane".
"Normal" weight is defined as a BMI of between 18.5 and 24.9
which for my own body is between 95 and 127 lbs.
Regarding food and eating,
what is normal for one person
isn't necessarily normal for another.
Information and misinformation,
the media, books, online sources are full of it.
I recently re-read a 12 page New York Times article
" Unhappy Meals" written by Michael Pollin in 2007.
that clearly demonstrates the current food and eating dilemna.
He has some good advice, but unfortunately,
I haven't found his proposed solution to be the resolution
to my own food-intake and weight maintenance problem.
So what is the answer?
I don't know, but I keep looking.
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