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Eat a third, drink a third, and leave empty in your stomach the remaining third. If anger overtakes you, there will be room for the expansion of your stomach, and you will not suffer from apoplexy.
I think thou art in the habit of eating a great deal, and that thy power of restraining appetite is more slender than a hair, whilst an appetite such as thou nourishest would rupture a chain, and a day may come when it will tear thee up.
But temprance teacheth this, where he keepeth schoole; He that knoweth when he hath enough is no foole. Feed by measure, and defie the phisition! And in the contrarie mark this condition; A swine over fat is cause of his own bane.
When I was about thy years, Hal, I was not an eagle's talent in the waist; I could have crept into any alderman's thumb-ring. A plague of sighing and grief! It blows a man up like a bladder.
Do I not bate? Do I not dwindle? Why, my skin hangs about me like an old lady's loose gown; I am wither'd like an old apple-john.
[Temperance.] To this a spare diet contributes much. Eat therefore to live, and do not live to eat. That is like a man, but this below a beast.
Th' great national curse t'day is over-eatin'. We do not only eat too much, but we devote too much time thinkin' about eatin'. . . . Ever'where we look there's a eatin' place. . . . Wherever ther's population enough t' fill a few stools we find a great brazen coffee urn an' a stack of buns.
From the day on which she weighs 140, the chief excitement of a woman's life consists in spotting [people] who are fatter than she is.
. . . I wonder if there is a woman in the world strong-minded enough to shed ten pounds or twenty,--And say There now, that's plenty.
A big man is always accused of gluttony, whereas a wizened or osseous man can eat like a refugee at every meal, and no one ever notices his greed.
Unnecessary dieting is because everything from television to fashion ads have made it seem wicked to cast a shadow. This wild, emaciated look appeals to some women, though not to many men, who are seldom seen pinning up a Vogue illustration in a machine shop.
As you know, there are more diet books than dieters, among them the Atkins diet, the Stillman diet, the Scarsdale diet, the Zone diet, the grapefruit diet, the Drinking Man's diet, the Eating Man's diet, the Sleeping Man's diet, the Beverly Hills diet, the Akron, Ohio diet, the Mayo Clinic diet, the Hold the Mayo diet, and the latest, the Nothing But Prunes and Kaopectate diet.
Although he has "been down," as he puts it, for fourteen years, after twenty-five years of exceptional fatness, he sees himself not as a man who weighs one hundred and sixty but as a man who is constantly in danger of weighing three hundred and twenty.
She's got this real funny idea about a diet: you don't get fat if no one sees you eating.