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RUTHDEN1 SparkPoints: (116,496)
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7/16/11 10:05 P

I did this when it first came out. I try to follow the guidelines when I eat now. It seems to be working for me. Hope you have luck with it. Congrads on your weight loss.

RUTHDEN1 SparkPoints: (116,496)
Fitness Minutes: (94,201)
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7/16/11 10:03 P

I did this when it first came out. I try to follow the guidelines when I eat now. It seems to be working for me. Hope you have luck with it. Congrads on your weight loss.

MJREIMERS Posts: 5,533
7/16/11 8:03 P

emoticon work finding something that works for you! Keep it up because emoticon . Have a good time at your reunion!

JIBBIE49 Posts: 59,936
7/16/11 12:36 A

emoticon Don't quit. Stay with it as that is all that matters.

TRIMLAW SparkPoints: (28,437)
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6/26/11 11:30 A

Yesterday I finished the Anti-Bloat 4 Day Jumpstart. I decided I needed some structure in my eating plan (i.e., someone telling me what to eat) because I'm less than a month from my class reunion and thought I'd try this. The cornerstone is getting monounsaturated fats into every meal, which really keeps hunger pangs at bay. I used to be one of those people that needed to eat every two hours or I'd get really shaky/light-headed. No more. My blood sugars felt stable and I didn't get hungry. I (prettymuch) faithfully followed the plan. After 4 days, I am down 2.6 lbs. and lost 1/2" off my hips & 1 inch off my waist (I didn't measure anything else first). Today, I'm starting the next phase (a 28 day plan) which is less restrictive. Let me know if you're trying this too

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