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LOSE4LIFE47 Posts: 67,720
8/28/13 9:29 A

emoticon & best wishes to u.

Peggy (Colorado)

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SMILES4383 Posts: 15,476
8/28/13 9:03 A


Aside from the scale -- Do you feel better?

Change comes from the inside out.
If you have greater stamina and more energy -- keep doing what you're doing.
It takes time to strengthen muscle and burn body fat.


I don't want to live my life as an unhealthy person.
I will do whatever it takes to receive OPTIMAL HEALTH.
I can have anything I want --- I just don't want that.
Keep your eyes on the PRIZE @@
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EFFIEANNIE Posts: 3,395
8/28/13 7:56 A

When I first started seriously trying to lose weight the same thing happened to me. After researching and learning from others on Spark, I discovered I was insulin resistant. I had to lower my carbs and never eat carbs without pairing with protein , and then I lost weight! There is a book that helped me "The Insulin-Reistance Diet" by Cheryle Hart and Mary Kay Grossman.
Good luck with Spark and your weight loss.

Sue- Northern Illinois

Nothing tastes as good as being thin feels!
BILL60 Posts: 526,193
8/28/13 7:38 A

The biggest mistake that we make is not properly counting the calories consumed. It is for that reason that I try to go as high as possible on the individual calorie count. Another mistake that we make is saying that we do a multiple of exercises "Every Single Day of the Week". After a while, we begin to believe our own exaggerations. Lastly, we tend to go through the motions of doing exercises without barely breaking a sweat. For it to be effective, exercise has to be physically demanding. Good luck!!

"Excellence is but for the few."
BJANSEN1955 SparkPoints: (183)
Fitness Minutes: (259)
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8/27/13 8:59 P

Hi everyone, just introducing myself, I've been on Spark going on 2nd week. I am 57 years old and a grandma four times over. I have been walking/swimming/riding stationary bike everyday since May and have yet to lose any weight. Doctor said to eat a 1300-1500 calorie, which I have been doing. Don't know what more I can do?, any suggestions would be welcome and helpful. Thanks

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