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SUZIPAM1 Posts: 1,464
1/30/14 1:25 P

junk food is addictive it might take a while to get off it

50YEARSAWIFE Posts: 7,043
1/30/14 1:21 P

emoticon emoticon emoticon Now that you are retired you will have more time to focus on taking care of you.

JANET552 Posts: 27,783
1/30/14 1:03 P

emoticon It can be hard to avoid junk food when it is available. Setting small goals like increasing water intake, fitness time and fruit and vegetable intake will help. Once you start working on your health, it can be addictive. Good luck!!

MPLSKEN SparkPoints: (310,762)
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1/30/14 11:40 A

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There are so many great resources here! I recommend starting with the nutrition/food tracker because that is the key element in weight loss for most people. Then, once you're comfortable with tracking your food on a daily basis, start exploring more areas of this site. I still find something new here almost every day. By tracking everything since May 2011 and using the other features here to keep myself focused, I lost 90 pounds and have maintained that loss for over a year now. It takes a little bit of time, but it is sooooo worth it!

LILIA47 SparkPoints: (1,651)
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1/30/14 11:27 A

Goal is to learn healthiest way to manage diabetes with 30 lbs to lose. 67yr newly retired living with daughter's family and lots of junk food.

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