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2006/07/10 15:15:58 (permalink)
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disabilityand weight

is there any person with a physical disability that finds it difficult to keep their weight down due to not being able to exersise enough to burn off those calories.if you can controll your weight how do you do it?is it diet or a different method? do you take something to speed up your metabolic rate or slow it down etc
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    RE: disabilityand weight 2006/07/10 15:49:49 (permalink)
    google the paralympics and you should come up with a range of disabilities and how physical exwercise is performed within the realms of the specific 'disability'
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    RE: disabilityand weight 2006/07/10 21:18:02 (permalink)
    thanks il do a search
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    RE: disabilityand weight 2006/07/10 21:47:23 (permalink)
    Those with physical limitations such as loss of motor function will invariably require a lower calorie intake which should become apparent to that person. They are like anyone else though; ppl generally in society are eating more than they need.

     
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    RE: disabilityand weight 2006/07/10 22:12:25 (permalink)
    i take your point thanks
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