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11/14/11 2:46 P

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As far as exercise, there are some great videos in the Healthy Lifestyle, Fitness section that you may want to check out.

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11/13/11 7:59 A

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Glad you came back and checked in. Trying to think one-handed and budget minded, what kind of kitchen gadgets do you have: electric can opener, food processor? Soups using beans, veggies (frozen) and a grain like brown rice or barley might be do-able. Ready-to-eat salad if your budget can afford it. There's always my go-to buddy for protein - tuna fish especially if you can find a ring pull can. Whole grain sandwiches? These are just what I could come up with off the top of my head.

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11/12/11 8:17 A

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I quit smoking and work about the same time and ballooned up. Started this a couple of months ago and was doing good. Was running 30 min a day. then on Oct 14, I fell facefirst belly flop on asphalt while running. broken hand sprained chest wall etc. Cast won't come off until Dec 1 and then physical therapy. Need your encouragement and advice on other cardio to do and meals that can be prepared one handed.

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