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This was interesting to me

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

This came up on my YouTube feed and it reminded me of some conversations I've had here. I eat more than SP says to and still lose. I'm petite and I am thirty so height and age don't seem to factor. What does is that I walk to get around and have always done so. Also that I eat enough not to put my body into starvation mode.

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    I'm not quite where you are Nancy but I think it's getting better! Hope you're having a good day!

(And teaching sign language sounds interesting!)

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EVER-HOPEFUL 3/14/2014 4:09PM


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SDERIKA 3/12/2014 5:37PM

    Good for you, Kelly!! It's great that you have found what works for you. Keep it up, you're a great role model! emoticon

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USMAWIFE 3/11/2014 10:56PM

    emoticon for sharing that

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COLOR-BLUE 3/11/2014 5:34PM

    I'm going to have to go back and revisit, your feed, that you shared. I listened to part of it, and I realized that I have to teach Sign Language in 5 minutes. What I did hear was interesting. I can show that it's NOT TRUE that your body slows down in metabolism, and not having any energy. I have more energy now, than every before in my life. I've always been sluggish, but since I'm in the process of getting God's Temple in Divine Order, I have a HUGE AMOUNT OF ENERGY AND I FEEL LIKE I CAN GO ON FOREVER! Oh man, do I eat! Every time I do a workout, my body tells me to fuel it, and if I don't workout enough or walk enough my body complains and tells me to MOVE! I actually want to get out there and push myself. All my life I've been the exact opposite!

Be blessed,

- Nancy Jean -

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