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GOLFLADY11 SparkPoints: (41,110)
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11/6/12 2:46 A

I know the feeling, seems like I have been on this plateau forever. It seems for every two steps forward now there's one or two steps back. Very frustrating. I know when I went through this previously I started making sure I drank enough water. That seemed to kick in and make a difference. I agree stay with it, maybe change up the diet and exercise. emoticon emoticon

"Fall down 7 times, get up 8" - Japanese Proverb;
The journey is the reward"
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again!!!

NANNYWM Posts: 201
11/1/12 2:00 P

...stick with your plan and you'll see results in the long run! Don't get discouraged because before you know it you'll see the losses! emoticon

JIBBIE49 Posts: 60,248
11/1/12 12:33 A

Let's make NOVEMBER the best month ever. 30 days and work one day at a time. emoticon

Read Richard Johnson M.D.'s "THE SUGAR FIX" and watch his lecture on YouTube. IT is very helpful.

MARYGOLD5 Posts: 1,075
10/31/12 8:29 P

I know that it is more difficult to lose weight when you don't have as much to lose, but I don't seem to be doing anything lately. I have been eating within my calorie range and getting some exercise every day. Most days I walk at least 30 minutes. Still I have seen no loss on the scales for some time. It gets very discouraging, but I am determined to keep at it. emoticon

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