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  • v TURTLE69
    Welcome to Crochet the Pounds Away Team! emoticon Feel free to add me as a friend. If you need any support or just someone to talk with, give me a holler.

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    Vanessa
    962 days ago
  • v GRIFFMAGIC
    Welcome to Working Moms!!!! I hope you can find motivation and inspiration in this group. If you need support or have questions, feel free to drop me a line.

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    Alden, SparkTeam Leader
    1658 days ago
  • v SHEENADEE
    Thanks so much for the friend add. Happy to add you too.

    I hope you're having a Sparkly week!

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    1721 days ago
  • v FISHINGLADY66
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    Here is a little motivational "pep talk" for you today! You can cut calories with little effort. You don't have to starve yourself to cut calories and fat from your diet. Simple changes are all it requires. Eating healthy foods and exercising is the key to maintaining a healthy body weight. It doesn't require as much change as you would think. Here are easy ways to eat better and save on fat and calories in the process.

    * Eat lean protein at every meal. Protein helps the body to feel full longer. It also requires more energy to break down during digestion. Good sources of protein include chicken, tuna, soybeans, and very lean meats. Keep your portion control limited to about 3 to 4 ounces.

    * Create your own snack packs. Instead of purchasing perceived low-calorie snack packs, make your own. That's because those retail varieties tend to be sugary and not very filling, potentially causing you to eat more. Fill up baggies with a blend of nuts, dried fruit and dark chocolate chips for a filling, tasty and relatively nutritious snack.

    Have a TREMENDOUS DAY!

    Irene
    1975 days ago
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    Have I told you lately how grateful I am for your friendship?
    1979 days ago
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