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  • v DS9KIE
    Hi I’m glad you have joined Eat to Live team. Feel free to look all the message boards and ask many questions.

    Eat lots of fruits and veggies.

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    1232 days ago
  • v NADJAZZ
    Your Spark page is so cute! I love the kettlebell background.
    1593 days ago
  • v MSHELEN21
    Hi Lynn,

    Wanted to wish you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving!! emoticon emoticon


    1649 days ago
  • v 1HAPPYSPIRIT
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    I hope life is treating you well and you are making progress on your journey!

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    1677 days ago
  • v 1HAPPYSPIRIT
    How are you doing????? Are you making progress??????????

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    The world is full of "screens" but the most common, and found in most households, is the television screen. Research has shown that idle time in front of television screens burns fewer calories than other leisure activities.

    Recent research findings indicate that time spent in front of a television should be minimized for health and especially for weight loss and maintaining weight loss.

    Researchers wanted to test the influence of daily television viewing on weight in a group of overweight and obese adults who watched 5 or more hours of television per day (which the investigators state is the average for American adults). In this study, the subjects decreased their television viewing time by 50%. The result of this behavior change in the test group was an increase in their energy expenditure (aka physical activity) and subsequent weight loss. This group burned enough additional calories in one day to lose 1 pound every 2 weeks without changing their food intake!

    If you watch television daily for several hours, this research should encourage you to cut back on your screen time, both to lose weight and for a lifetime of weight maintenance. With all the other behavior changes you are implementing like eat less, move more, also watching less TV could mean more weight loss for you. Less really is more!

    ..+***+....+***+.. Let's turn those screens "OFF" and GET MOVING!!!!!..+***+....+***+..

    ..+***+....+***+..HAVE AN emoticon WEEKEND!!!..+***+....+***+..

    1683 days ago
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