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    ANDRIANA11   4,164
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Not so good ...

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Weigh in today = not good = Body fat percentage (BFP) went down again !

Increasing fat and calories again this week.

I was so proud I already reached 1350 cals that is + 350 cals on what I used to eat !!

But I will not give up because I want to be healthy and have energy.

Why is it so difficult to increase my BFP?

I am so used to the low fat that I prefer them.
Now I need to snap out of it.
Accept that I can eat to NOURISH my body and the key is BALANCE.
I have learned a lifetime lesson on nutrition and its benefits something I did not know before.

Goal: Full fat yogurt ! It is actually really yummy.

I already made a milestone on Banana, Almonds, Avocado and Salmon .
Amen !

I can do this

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PLATINUM755 3/29/2013 5:56PM

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KALLIE1958AR 3/27/2013 5:22PM

    The only way you can loose is to quit never never never give up ! emoticon emoticon

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SUNKAT 3/27/2013 4:27PM

    Keep at it! You will eventually work out what is best for you and your activity level. emoticon

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KANOE10 3/27/2013 11:46AM

    Nice healthy way to increase your fat intake. I love yogurt also., You also might add almond butter or peanut butter.

You can do it!

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LEANJEAN6 3/27/2013 8:08AM

    You can and ARE--doing this--Good for yu !-Lynda emoticon

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RIDLEYRIDER 3/27/2013 7:32AM

  Balance is the key! emoticon

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FERRETLOVER1 3/27/2013 7:27AM

    emoticon Hang in there. You will find the solution - it just takes time.

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