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5/18/11 10:47 A

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hello & welcome to the team

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5/18/11 8:34 A

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well you've come to the right place. you've joined a great team with people who are here to help you in your health journey.

everyones chemistry is different. people who can eat anything and not gain weight have no concept of what we go through. so try this,

first throw out all the junk food in your house.

then Use the food tracker. input everything that goes into your mouth. stay within your calorie range. watch portion size, keep healthy snacks on hand. apple, celery, etc. exercise. you must burn more calories than you eat.

exercising is key. I hope this helps

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5/18/11 7:27 A

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Welcome!

"Stop making excuses and start making progress"
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5/17/11 11:32 P

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Welcome to the team!

I batch cook large quantities that I can freeze then I make meals for one or two from that. Being single, I cook enough for two so I can take leftovers to work the next day.

Edited by: CRAZYDOGLADYBO at: 5/17/2011 (23:33)
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I love my dogs! Annie is a fearful dog and is doing great under careful management. I raw feed my dogs.

Diagnosed with Celiac Disease 02/25/2011

Non-smoker after smoking 30 years and was at 3 packs a day.

Former skinny person who never exercised and is now trying to make exercise a habit.


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THEKWONGDZU Posts: 1,176
5/17/11 11:14 P

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Hello, all. I just found this team and am excited to see your ideas and recipes. My childhood was spent in the restaurant business, so cooking utterly gigantic portions was the norm. When I first married and started cooking for two, it was truly ridiculous. I've gotten better at it, but I'm always looking to learn more.

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