Welcome to the team. You have already made the most important decision and that is to learn to eat healthy. When I first started last year, I made some very small goals, ones that were easy for me to achieve. Once I meet those goals I rewarded myself. That worked for me, maybe it could work for you also.
Take care and good luck.
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current weight: 173.3
Fitness Minutes: (13,580) Posts: 979 12/25/10 5:04 P
to the team! I agree strict is a very strong word. Maybe you could be persistent with exercising a certain number of minutes every day or maybe 5 days/week. As far as eating it is moderation and portion control. Explore the Spark site and you will see what we mean. It is a lifestyle change. You will have lots of support and encouragement here.
Edited by: NURSEU at: 12/25/2010 (17:06)
Karen "One day at a time,One pound at a time."
current weight: 195.5
Fitness Minutes: (41,902) Posts: 3,689 12/25/10 8:01 A
Hi welcome aboard. I have discovered from personal experience strict is a bad word. Everything in moderation seems to work best for me. Add as much walking as you can to your daily routine and it will help.
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Pounds lost: 48.0
Fitness Minutes: (0) Posts: 7 12/25/10 2:34 A
Hi, i am new to the page and I need your help. I am trying to lose over 60 pounds by the summer. I am going to try a strict diet plan starting January 1 but i am also soliciting any ideas. Thanks for any help! deland cnote
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