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BILL60 Posts: 830,013
9/26/13 7:57 A

Welcome to SP.

EFFIEANNIE Posts: 3,883
9/26/13 7:56 A

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The one thing that helps me most is tracking my food. You may want to check out INDYGIRL's team. She had a chair exercise team I believe for people that have difficulty exercising. She has lost over 200 pounds and her team is pretty inspiring. Good luck to you.

RASPBERRY56 SparkPoints: (211,322)
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9/26/13 7:08 A


LOSE4LIFE47 Posts: 69,265
9/26/13 1:34 A

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PINKHOPE Posts: 25,768
9/25/13 4:02 P

emoticon It's never too late! I'm 57, double knee replacements, lots of health issues (well I HAD them) but I started my journey here 3 years ago and have lost over 100 pounds, bit by bit.

You can too.


40ISHNP SparkPoints: (357)
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9/25/13 3:51 P

Welcome and congrats on taking a step in the right direction!
Keep taking those steps, one at a time.

Enjoy the rest of your day!

9/25/13 3:44 P

I'm an older person with some chronic illnesses that limit my mobility not to mention the extra 100 lbs I'm carrying. Even though, I'm new here I feel very comfortable and hopeful, at last!! Its been a very rough year. I just want to breathe better and have a little energy. I have COPD, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, and am clinically depressed but I say with all that who wouldn't be? LOL. I try to stay up beat. I'm in no hurry to lose the weight. I want to feel better more than anything. I try to stay up beat, although I'm usually in alot of pain. To be honest, I need alot of support and encouragement and strength and I think I'll find it here.

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