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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

emoticon Helloooooo......... Decided to report every few days, since life gets in the way sometimes..

4/13 treadmill for 19.5 min, walked .75 mi. and burned 108 cal
4/14 mall walking (1 time around) apprx. 15 min. and I think it's about half a mi.
4/15 BFF walk outside for 16 min., 3/4 mi. and burned 81 cal.

Bad: ate too much and some bad foods all three days...???

Good: kept walking everyday... still doin it and proud!!

Weight: 4/13 at 196.5 4/14 at 196 4/15 at 195.7

Well.... let's see what type of wisdom I can share today???????????

Oh... I know! Recently, I had my annual blood work done, and I specifically asked for a testing of my Vit. D. Come to find out, as suspected I was only at 13%, so almost none. I'm now taking mega doses once a week, which should be necessary for about 3 mo., in order to get it where it should be. Vit. D is a very very important vitamin !!! GET YOUR VITAMIN D LEVEL CHECKED TODAY! It's a simple blood test... emoticon

Hang in there my friends and emoticon toward your goals!!

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4EVER21B 4/19/2013 4:11PM

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JUDY106 4/17/2013 9:12PM

    I am so, so proud of you for doing the walking. I know it is so hard for you and I feel the same, but I am moving now also. Hugs Judy

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123ELAINE456 4/17/2013 2:09AM

  You Can Do It. Keep Pushing!!! God Blessings to the Victims, their Families in Boston Bombing, Boston, The United States of America and the World. Take Care.

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DEBRA0818 4/16/2013 2:45PM

    My sister, who lives in Chicago, just had hers checked -- it was at 8%! She's planning to relocate here to SW Florida next year but in the meantime she's on the megadoses too.

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