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I live in a southwest suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 2008, I lost 80 pounds and am looking to maintain it. I came to SparkPeople to maintain it and did well for awhile. Then, I met the man who became my husband and added 20 back on! Yikes but I am getting it back off, slowly but surely.

I work out a lot. It's my main social activity and work part-time at my city's community center. My favorite classes there are Kelly's Bootcamp, kettlebells, and Total Body Conditioning. ...
I live in a southwest suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 2008, I lost 80 pounds and am looking to maintain it. I came to SparkPeople to maintain it and did well for awhile. Then, I met the man who became my husband and added 20 back on! Yikes but I am getting it back off, slowly but surely.

I work out a lot. It's my main social activity and work part-time at my city's community center. My favorite classes there are Kelly's Bootcamp, kettlebells, and Total Body Conditioning.

I am also into running and started 2 years ago. So far, I have run several 10ks, 4 half marathons, a fake half marathon (a 10 mile +5k on the same day), a couple of 15ks and a 10 mile race.

I got married in July 2010. So far, so good.
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PANFRIEDTROUT
12/25/2013 11:52:45 AM

I pray that you have found the holiday spirit that you were looking for.

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GRANDMAFRANNY
9/23/2013 10:17:01 AM

emoticon . NO THEY DON'T SELL ANYTHING CHECKED IT OUT FOR ABOUT 10 MIN. .THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR POSTING ME AND HAVE A BLESSED DAY.



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JILL4KELLY
8/25/2013 10:46:10 PM

Thanks for you comment about migraine and exercise. Unfortunately, I've had migraines all my life and have been to more neurologists than I can remember. They listen and try, but just really can't help. But it has been about a year, so I can at least ask my primary care if there is anything new and try it out.

Thanks again.



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MRUTH17
1/21/2013 5:52:46 PM

I just read your post:

You should try Genmaicha tea. It is green tea (which I have never liked) with toasted rice, sometimes toasted sesame seeds. I use a difuser in a glass tea pot. The flavor is incredibly good. Japan is using this to take off weight.

Black Ear Mushroom (common in Chinese food) also takes off weight.

Read JJ Virgin Diet. That method uses pea protein. I use Olympian Labs vanilla pea protein blended with Trader Joe's vanilla almond milk (refrigerated...not the shelf one). A serving has 25 grams of protein and only 4 grams of carbs.

With low carb (10 to 15 grams per meal), high protein, and 2 Tbsp coconut oil (per day), the weight will come off rather easy.

High carbs (around 150 grams and above) prevent fat from burning. The coconut oil needs to be digested (not stored as fat) to be a health tonic so keep the carbs down.

read about the different diets on 26blue.com.
There are 6 or 7 types of diets. All diets fit into those categories.

http://26blue.com/index.php?title=Belly_
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I also like how they show that 30 BMI is not the same for everybody. A picture is worth a thousand words.

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FUSCHIA6
3/31/2011 3:03:25 PM

I read about your dog who watches TV. My cat never, ever paid any attention to the TV until last fall. A documentary came on about crows. She sat under the TV watching and chattering for the whole hour.
My second story for you: When my dog was a pup, I ran my son across the street to soccer practice & came right home. When I came in, the puppy was laying on the couch watching, "Serious Puppy Training." She glanced my way, found nothing of interest & turned back to her show. This had happened because we had a TV/VCR in one and she had started chewing the remote. The chewing must have turned it on & started the video inside which just happened to have dog appeal. I wish that had been caught on camera. Cheers to you. Enjoy your journey to health.



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