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I struggled with food and weight throughout adolescence and into adulthood. I remember sitting in the library at age 16 and trying on my friend Lisa’s jacket. All of a sudden, I heard a boy sing, “fat girl in a little coat.” That started my wake up call.

My weight loss was a hard goal to achieve. But once I found the secrets to healing my mitochondria with the right foods, sleep, exercise, water and overhauling my bathroom pantry, it became easy. I learned the secrets of the hormone insulin and the lesser-known hormone leptin. And by transitioning toward a very low-carb, high-fat (not just high-protein) diet, I had re-sensitized my biochemistry to these essential hormones, which turn off severe food cravings.

Best of all, my diet makeover required a lot less of the self-deprivation I was suffering from when I wasn’t losing weight. The nutrient-rich, relatively high-fat dietary approach I have developed utilizes exotic, little-known replacements for typical high-glycemic starchy foods and sugar and is what finally helped me achieve peace with food, something I never imagined possible. Even more weight came off than I was originally aiming for.

Flippy is one of the main characters of Happy Tree Friends , its spin-off series, Ka-Pow! , and a playable character in the False Alarm video game , along with being the final boss of Deadeye Derby .

He also has an allergic reaction to peanuts (or venison ) just like Flaky (should his allergy to peanuts be true). The Blurb version of Remains to be Seen also states that he is allergic to chocolate and candy corn. However, like most Blurbs, most of the info mentioned isn't considered canon until approved, so this may not be true or not. Flippy also appears to be an extremely heavy sleeper, as seen in Easy For You to Sleigh and Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow .

Flippy rarely dies in the series. When he does die, his deaths usually involve vehicles, machinery, Lumpy, and explosions.

I struggled with food and weight throughout adolescence and into adulthood. I remember sitting in the library at age 16 and trying on my friend Lisa’s jacket. All of a sudden, I heard a boy sing, “fat girl in a little coat.” That started my wake up call.

My weight loss was a hard goal to achieve. But once I found the secrets to healing my mitochondria with the right foods, sleep, exercise, water and overhauling my bathroom pantry, it became easy. I learned the secrets of the hormone insulin and the lesser-known hormone leptin. And by transitioning toward a very low-carb, high-fat (not just high-protein) diet, I had re-sensitized my biochemistry to these essential hormones, which turn off severe food cravings.

Best of all, my diet makeover required a lot less of the self-deprivation I was suffering from when I wasn’t losing weight. The nutrient-rich, relatively high-fat dietary approach I have developed utilizes exotic, little-known replacements for typical high-glycemic starchy foods and sugar and is what finally helped me achieve peace with food, something I never imagined possible. Even more weight came off than I was originally aiming for.




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