That said, I do ignore the medics sometimes. I spoke with a dietitian,
once, who told me (and I already knew) that the fat level in my diet
As do I. I object ot doing exercise. Period . S when some medic
suggest I should do some tp extend my life, I pointed out that (a) you
could not be sure I would not be run over byu an omnibnus as I left his
surgery, and (b) If I did the recomended amount of exercise could be be
sure I would live long enough to have the same number of hours to spend
on things i did enjoy. Of course he couldn't. End of arguemnt..
 I have never done anythign that is normally considered exercice. Even
at school I managed to get 'electornics' classed as a sporting activity
:-). On the otehr had, the offical guidelines here do inlcude DIY as
exercise (!) so presumably metalwork counts too. Oh well...
was elevating my risk of circulatory system issues. I
had decided that
in that case I was willing to accept a shorter life expectation for the
sake of routinely enjoying food more. I really cannot fault you for
living as you enjoy even if it does reduce your life expectancy.
\Precisely. If you give up everythign you wenjoy to have al onger life,
it's goign to be a very boring long life...