Odell Down Under is an old game where you play as the creatures of the sea and must survive for as long as you can by eating and keeping yourself clean from infection. Each species of fish eats something specific and you have to find your food on the 9 panels before you starve to death and without getting eaten by something higher up in the food chain. When your health starts getting low, you need to find a cleaner fish to get it back up. The challenge mode picks out a few random fish from the food chain that you progress through (starting from bottom to top). The tournament mode makes you go through every fish in the game, starting from the very bottom of the food chain. This game is a good game to play when you just want to waste a little bit of time. Legends featured: Torus
Question by ♥: Is there a way to resume healthy eating habits and not gain weight once the body goes into starvation mode?
For about two weeks I was sick with the flu and completely lost all appetite. I would still eat, but very small quantities of food, because otherwise I would get nauseous. In the process I ended up losing about 5 pounds. Now that my flu is gone, my appetite has improved, but I don’t want to gain those 5 pounds back. I exercise and try to watch what I eat, but even so, I’ve already noticed that I’ve begun to gain the weight back. How do I stop this from happening?
Answer by oldtimekid A healthy diet and exercise is the first big step. Your metabolism needs to get back up to par in order to keep burning as much as you did before you got sick, so start eating a healthy diet, then start exercising a day or two later. You might gain some of that weight back, but 5 pounds is seldom noticeable unless you are as thin as a stick 😉
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