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    Default Do you comment in what your partner eats?

    I used to comment a lot. DH used to eat WAY too much junk food and in lager then normal quantities, not only was it not good for him it was also costing us a fortune!!!

    That was about 6 months ago. Now he is back to being really fit, not eating crap and riding his bike all the time.

    If my eating habits were getting out of control I would absolutely want DH to say something. I don't want to be unhealthy and not be able to keep up with my kids!

    Since being pregnant though I have craved hot chips constantly and because of my ms all I've wanted to eat is bread and potato so unfortunately I have been eating very unhealthy! But as soon as I can stand the thought of flavours and other veggies I will go back to eating like a health freak

    If DH wants some junk food as a treat I wouldn't say a thing. If its in moderation I would never comment.

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    I do. DH family are mostly all obese and eat a LOT and do zero exercise. I don't want him to end up like that. I just want him to make healthier choices

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    Default Do you comment in what your partner eats?

    Only to say that he needs to eat more. I'm trying to fatten DH up. If he said anything to me about what I eat (esp as I'm currently in the process of losing weight) I'd be so freakin angry and upset I can't even put it into words. Thankfully he knows better than to do that.

    In saying that we eat really well, very little processed food and any "junk" is usually in the way of homemade muffins, cookies or slice. It's a rare occasion that we buy biscuits, cakes, chips, soft drink or anything like that.

    Though chocolate features pretty regularly in our house.......

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    Default Do you comment in what your partner eats?

    I used to comment. DP eats a lot but he's not big because he works outside for 10 hours a day and just doesn't stop moving.

    This I think makes him feel a bit invincible and I try and him that it doesn't stop him clogging his arteries etc when he has to eat all the fat off his steak, after he has chosen a piece of steak with an inch of fat around it.

    I gave up commenting as he doesn't pay attention to it anyway.

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    no I don't comment, unless he comments on how crap he has been eating also. Which he did yesterday after eating a whole tub of cookies and cream ice cream, I just shook my head and agreed that it was crap and so bad for him lol. I do sometimes suggest that he eat something healthy though, sometimes he can go days without eating any veggies or anything. So I'll say that when I stay over I'm going to make sure he has a healthy meal cause I'll be cooking (not living together)

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    I comment if I buy something and he eats most of it. So I buy MORE so I can have some. So he eats MORE. Then he complains about being fat and needs to stop eating so much crap.

    Then I'll comment :-/

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    Same goes with alcohol. I've taken to buy myself a bottle of wine and Df a cask because he thinks that a tall glass is an acceptable way to drink wine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    I comment if I buy something and he eats most of it. So I buy MORE so I can have some. So he eats MORE. Then he complains about being fat and needs to stop eating so much crap.

    Then I'll comment :-/

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    Lol this is so my life with chocolate. I take a few weeks to eat a block of chocolate. I have a piece here and there. However DH will eat 4 blocks in a week if I brought them for him in the groceries. Which is dont. He gets 2, I get one. He proceeds to then eat his, and then eat mine, so that when I go to have some there is none left and he wonders why it ****es me off - he thinks if I'm not Gunna eat it within a few days that it's fair game. Drives me nuts


    I don't comment on what he eats otherwise. And he doesn't comment on what I eat (unless it's to call my salad rabbit food). He is quite slim (65kg@ 178cm tall) and works a very physical job so weight is not an issue for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P0tat0gem View Post
    I comment on certain things.

    For instance if we eat out and he gets steak, he will eat the hideous piece of fat attached to it, same with bacon. Or all of the skin off a bbq chicken, even if there is a heavy layer of white fat underneath. .
    My DP does this too it makes eating out alot more pricey than I would like I swear he picks the most expensive item on menu and fattiest. But he was apprentice chef and can cook beautiful meals but some of the stuff he eats ??? Ie. sandwich with minced garlic cheese mayo and chicken with mushrooms ???

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    Only to ask if he's sure he wants that in terms of gluten and dairy, he is intolerant can do small amounts but ehen it affects him it's not pretty but he's an adult and if he chooses to eat some thing he knows make him feel crappy I can't stop him.

    I haven't willingly eaten gluten or dairy since June last year got contaminated in August this year after two tiny bites of food and it was horrible the tummy cramps, the headache and nausea was enough to put me off eating food I'm not csrtain of so i've got no idea why he'd do it to himself willingly but not very often thankfully


 
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