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My goal is to be fit.

Member Since: 1/6/2009

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    `*♥☆ Thanks for the message and support on my Spark journey! I appreciate your message regarding my Sparkversary! It's the friends you meet on your path, that makes the journey worthwhile.

    10 days ago
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    A strong person is NOT the one who doesn't cry. A strong person is the one who cries and sheds tears for a moment, then gets up and fights again!
    10 days ago
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    WEIGHT LOSS IS A TWO PRONG APPROACH
    According to a recent Gallup poll, sixty-two percent of Americans are heavier than their ideal weight. Losing weight is really about simple math, it’s how many calories you take in through eating minus the calories burned through exercise. Harvard Medical School recommends a two prong approach to losing weight: exercising AND cutting calories. Pounds lost through increasing your activity level consist almost entirely of fat, not muscle, and muscle burns fat at a higher rate. They say that by eating 250 fewer calories and walking for 30 minutes a day, it would take just over a week to lose one pound. Reducing calorie intake even more and exercising more would further speed the process.
    11 days ago
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    TORN MENISCUS KNEE INJURIES
    A meniscus tear is a relatively common knee injury. The meniscus are tiny shock absorbers that provide cushion between the shinbone and thighbone. Harvard Medical School states that in younger people, it takes a strong twisting force to tear a meniscus. In others, the meniscus can tear without an injury, a result of ongoing degeneration of the cartilage. The symptoms include stiffness and swelling in the knee, catching or locking of the knee, swelling in and around the knee, and pain and tenderness along the joint line or general knee pain. The New England Journal of Medicine says not all meniscal tears need to be repaired. Even a torn meniscus can function as a shock absorber, and some can be treated with physical therapy instead of surgery.
    11 days ago
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    It’s a fact that eating breakfast is extremely important. Many Americans start their day by eating a bagel with cream cheese. They find it satisfying and feel that it’s a healthy choice for breakfast. But is that true? Eat This and Not That states that a bagel is shaped like a zero for a reason. It has almost 500 calories with 8 grams of fat and 634 milligrams of sodium. The majority of its 500 calories come from refined carbohydrates, with little redeeming nutrition to justify the price tag. A much better choice would be a low calorie, multi-grain English muffin with 2 tablespoons of peanut butter for 300 calories. This is satisfying and nutritionally charged. Choose a breakfast that works FOR you and not against your healthy, light lifestyle!
    11 days ago

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