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Day 2

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

I was week this morning fall for the toast. What was my excuse. Husband worked all night so would be at home today. I don't feel ready yet to explain new food plan. Have to find the strength to have a fast day tomorrow. emoticon
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  • BOOKWORM85
    Hi, thanks for your comment. I was worried about this type of reaction. But the reason I was worried to tell him is because I always start a new diet and he just wants me to stick with one long enough to see the benefits, you see. I know it sounded a little funny. However, you'll like to know that I talked to him and he actually was quite good about it. I think he was just happy that I was cutting down own calories. He is just worried about my health. emoticon
    1369 days ago
  • TRAVELISMYGAME
    Do you have to explain a new food plan to him? Can you just start cooking healthier? There are some awesome healthy recipes out there that taste awesome!

    Don't let your hubby be a hindrance to you. YOU do what YOU need to do to get healthy!

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    Tiffany
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    1372 days ago
  • DAPRDON15
    The basic truth is that it is all about calories in and calories burned. The average person burns around 2000 calories a day just existing so you would actually need to eat 5500 calories approx, to gain a pound. Food allergies and excess sodium can hold water weight.
    Follow the tracker guidelines for consuming calories per day and burn the prescribed amount per week and you should see a weight loss of up to 2 pounds per week.
    That is what I have done since October. Never deprived of anything, just made good choices, read labels, and started a walking program.

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    1372 days ago
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