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The Spark Solution - Week 1

Sunday, May 19, 2013

I've completed Week 1 of the The Spark Solution Challenge. emoticon emoticon

I had reached a plateau and wanted to try something new, but I wanted proper guidance and this book and challenge has been very informative and very helpful. My start weigh-in was: 213.6 and this morning's weigh-in is 210.0. I have increased energy, sleeping better, no daily food cravings and less stress.

I like the new recipes, their variety, which includes new food items (some I had not eaten or tried in a recipe). I haven't even thought about eating out this week!

One of my favorite recipes is the Dijon-Herb Pork Tenderloin. I'm learning how to cook, bake etc., and I always overcook a roast of any kind. This is so easy and quite tasty too!
The Bacon-Swiss Scramble with Spinach is excellent! Can you imagine BACON!

My goal for Week 2: Stay motivated, eat more protein and complete Week 2!

My favorite Insider Tip: Day 2, by Amanda. "She recommends to clean your house more vigorously by doing things like faster vacuuming or dusting. The calories burned do add up."

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CLPURNELL 5/20/2013 10:13PM

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BLKLILY 5/20/2013 10:01PM

    emoticon on your 3lbs down!!! emoticon

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    The food sounds delicious! Congratulations on the weight loss! This plan is really working for you!

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GORIANA 5/20/2013 10:59AM

    I am glad to hear it is helping you and it is helpful to me too as I might buy the book because of your endorsement.

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KAYSON25 5/19/2013 6:55PM

    I agree with you. Congratulations on your weight loss! Woo HOO!!!

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