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“No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.”

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“No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.”

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SJKENT1
10/18/2014 7:53:35 PM

How fun to meet you and Katie in person!! Wanted my husband to meet you too, maybe another time. You are both such lovely people. Thanks for not thinking I was a "stalker". emoticon I feel like I've met SP Royalty!!



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KEEPITUP62
9/30/2014 10:59:10 PM

Hi there, just want to say thank you for all of your informative BLOGS. I love learning new things and you always have plenty to teach us.

Thanks again and keep sparking.

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WEWRTFO
9/19/2014 11:50:38 PM

I am located near Downing WI, 50 miles east of ST. Paul MN. Unfortunately I will be out west, Las Vegas area, October 3rd to the 20th. It would have been cool to meet you in person. Anytime you want to chat message me on Facebook or my sparkpage. I am very impressed with your progress and dedication you put into everything. I am in awe of your enthusiasm for running and good luck in with the Whistlestop Marathon.

Yeah I here you, all my life I was told by diet books, low fat and sugar free this. Well my sugar free this was increased consumption of artificial sweeteners along with the low fat left me starving, uncontrollable food eating binges. I'm definitely high fat, not necessarily low carb since I have 4 servings of fruit and over 10 servings of vegetables. I usually end up with the same number of grams of protien , fat and carbs, . 25% of daily calories each from from carbs and protein & 50% caories from fat. If those ratios change, its always the carbs % that goes down, the other two up. I have avoided most of the processed foods, added sugar and all the wheat and grains. Replaced it with eggs, cheese, real butter, grass fed beef and venison, along with chicken, pork, fish & seafood. About a gallon of water per day with all those fruit and vegetables. I feel guilty in comparison loosing an average of 3 pounds per week these past nine months tracking an average of 3000 daily calorie intake I discovered a way of eating the right combination of foods that really speeds up my body's fat burning ability. I been prepared for months now to lower my calorie intake, however i prefer to loose the two pounds per week rate which I have been these past three months. I have been over prepared to lower my calorie intake to reflect the continued 2 pounds per week weight loss. I am a firm believe loosing weight too fast is not a good idea. I purposely eat more than I need, sometimes when I am not hungry to slow down the weight loss, yet I am down 119 pounds since December 20th and 140 pounds from this time last year. Just by changing what foods I eat, weight loss has been effortlessly in many ways. This is from someone who failed every past weight loss attempt due to being constantly hungry all his life, almost given up many times with the feeling of hopelessness. All because I was being influenced in ways I never imagined all my life due to artificial sweeteners.

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9/19/2014 5:49:14 PM

Thanks for the awesome blogs on metabolic testing and what the results mean. Have a great weekend.

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