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A Bummed Out Medifast Day 3 but Moving right along

Saturday, August 17, 2013


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  • v MORTICIAADDAMS
    I do better on low carb diets too due to my medical problems.
    1078 days ago
  • v STEPPYSUE
    Thanks for commenting ladies. I've always been successful on Low Carb diets but I've been on nearly every diet that has come down the pike over the last 50 years. At the age of 6 the school told my mom to put me on a diet and the doctor gave me diet pills. My metabolism is shot as a result of probably 20-30 years of taking amphetamines. Pre packaged foods work good for me especially now since it is only me eating food in the house. Every diet works if you stick to it, at least for me, but some are easier for me and probably low carb healthier since I am borderline diabetic. Have a great week girls.
    1102 days ago
  • v SPARK-PPL-GIRL
    :-( I'm sorry you aren't feeling well. I do agree with ppl on Medifast. That is one strict diet that I could never do. I think that Weight Watchers would be more enjoyable as it doesn't deny anything.. it really teaches you about nutrition and how to make smart choices. When you have a food delivery program they make all your choices.. well I know with Medifast you are allowed to have a real dinner but it's so constricted when it doesn't have to be!
    1103 days ago
  • v SUZIPAM1
    maybe its too constrainting ? why not just try weight watchers? balanced and easier emoticon
    1103 days ago
  • v STR458
    emoticon sleep well Sunday is a new day
    1103 days ago
  • v JIBBIE49
    Done Girls ROCK.
    I couldn't afford a program like Medifast, but I know that many people who do that program and others like Jenny Craig say they cheat, but I think that really defeats the purpose. I wish you lots of luck.
    1103 days ago
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