SHEL_V2   32,510
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June 2013, 164 lbs.





2010, about 200 lbs. Halfway through growing out the gray!





Lots of time "off" in the 3 years, but Spark was something worth coming back to!



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My adult weight range is from 140 - 230. I've previously only lost weight when I was stressed! My favorite food group is "gooey", but my eating habits are not horrible. Regular meals, fruits and veg, just too many treats and not enough exercise. Wish I was as prone to sleek as my hounds!
My adult weight range is from 140 - 230. I've previously only lost weight when I was stressed! My favorite food group is "gooey", but my eating habits are not horrible. Regular meals, fruits and veg, just too many treats and not enough exercise. Wish I was as prone to sleek as my hounds!


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SHEL_V2 okay... vacations over, time to get people off to school and out of my hair!
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Member Since: 11/23/2010

SparkPoints: 32,510

Fitness Minutes: 13,864

My Goals:
I'm trying to learn to love running so I won't have to poke myself to exercise. I want to reach a healthy weight with the tools to remain there.

1/30/2013 - New driver's license photo! DONE! So much thinner than the last one.

10/31/2013 - Weight at 145, or adjust the goal to a weight I will maintain with a reasonable effort. I'm not coming back this way!

My Program:
2013: Keto-adapted vegetarian. 60 minutes of vigorous cardio at least 4x per week.

2010 - 2013: Plant-based, low fat, very few calories in liquid form. At least 45 minutes of vigorous cardio 3x per week, some strength training.

Before 2010 - eat whatever non-meat I want, whenever I want, do no exercise, and weigh about 200 lbs.

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Oh, to be as effortlessly sleek as my greyhounds!

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ICEDEMETER
12/13/2013 5:43:53 PM

Pfffttt - the "key", as you put it, to getting wow's at a party is to put in the time and effort to making yourself feel great, and look great as a bonus!

Those wow's were not a gift - you earned every single one of them!





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ICEDEMETER
12/12/2013 6:39:09 PM

Oooh - you got "wows" at a party?!? Way to go!

Thanks for dropping by the blog --- you're absolutely right that being medically "interesting" tends to lead to knowing far too much about meds! I know that there are a few folks on here going for similar surgeries, so figured I'd put the details so that they can use the info if they need it, too.

Hope you and yours are having a great week!



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CINDYTW
11/24/2013 3:09:31 PM

Thanks for your support on my blog! Running is something that you have to love to keep going. I also love it more or less depending where I am running! I love it the best on trails, and least on a treadmill! No matter where I do it, it makes me feel strong and gives me such a sense of accomplishment!



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ICEDEMETER
11/22/2013 11:38:59 AM

Thanks for the teapot and the well-wishes! I've been guzzling tea and juice like crazy, and seem to be feeling better today.

You mean you have never tried heating / melting ricotta?! Gasp!

Actually, it was kind of an accidental thing for me: I had made up a big bowl of cauliflower and broccoli, and thrown in some ricotta before deciding that I was in the mood for something warm. I put the whole thing in the microwave, and was pleasantly surprised at how creamy and runny the ricotta became. I've never put it in for more than 20 seconds, but that seems to work about right to use it as a "dressing" over veggies.

I also use it as a dessert --- mix 1/4 cup of ricotta with a Tbsp of cocoa powder (with 1/2 tsp of sweetener, if you want), nuke for 20 seconds, and pour it over fresh berries or fruits. Warm, sweet, with kind of a chocolate cheesecake flavour - seriously yummy.

Hope you and yours have a great weekend!



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HOUNDLOVER1
11/16/2013 8:01:41 PM

Thanks for your support and your helpful explanation on how the A1c works. Normally I would not even have tested after 4 weeks, but I really wanted to know if I'm on the right track or if I need to go to Atkins induction. Thank God I get to keep my berries for now. emoticon emoticon



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