Author: Sorting Last Post on Top ↓ Message:
SIMPLYISH's Photo SIMPLYISH Posts: 690
8/22/07 7:36 A

Send Private Message
Reply
Coconut is really good for you! It provides EFA (essential fatty acids) in their purest forms. Your body needs EFA's - for all cellular purposes, your hair, skin, nails, etc. The only way that coconut is not good for you is if you may be allergic. My naturopath put me on the blood type diet last week and for my blood type (O Positive) I'm suppose to avoid coconut. But I do love it! I don't know if it would help with those cravings or not but it sure cannot hurt.

Always challenge yourself!

Don't live to eat, eat to LIVE!

Don't feel deprived... feel ALIVE!
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
8/21/07 11:05 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Do you eat coconut? I never did really before, but I had a craving for it the other day. I put it in a banana smoothie. I thought maybe it was bad for me because 2 tablespoons has 5 grams of fat. 4.5 are saturated. I did some research and it says that coconut oil is the best fat for you even though it's saturated. I did have sweetened flakes so I know that changes the situation a bit. But I was trying to figure out if I get some of the same health benefits.

The last couple of days I have been putting a tablespoon in my oatmeal and i haven't had those cravings and been feeling more full. Maybe just a coincendense.

 
SIMPLYISH's Photo SIMPLYISH Posts: 690
8/21/07 10:47 P

Send Private Message
Reply
Hey Wildflower you are more than welcome! I'm glad I could help! I wanted to tell you is the thing with bad carbs (processed/prepackaged foods) is the more you eat of them - they create those cravings for more... so you do go on some sort of addictive binge with them. Best to avoid them when at all possible! Keep up the good work hon - I know you'll make it!

Always challenge yourself!

Don't live to eat, eat to LIVE!

Don't feel deprived... feel ALIVE!
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
8/21/07 10:14 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
You have helped me a lot. It means a lot you taking the time to talk to me every day. Many thanks to you.

 
SIMPLYISH's Photo SIMPLYISH Posts: 690
8/20/07 10:57 P

Send Private Message
Reply
You are awesome too WildFlower! I hope that I have helped you in some ways! I know I needed help and still do! I know you'll bust out of that bouncing weight soon! I did but it's slow going! But I don't care if it takes a long time because I'm more likely to keep it off that way! Of course I wish I was already there but I'm willing to be patient and learn as I go! Keep me posted!
Much love & many blessings to you!
Melissa

Always challenge yourself!

Don't live to eat, eat to LIVE!

Don't feel deprived... feel ALIVE!
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
8/20/07 10:10 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I used to do good with the spark ranges and my food choices. I am having trouble staying under my limit now. It seems like I am always hungry, I get full for a while and within an hour I am starving again. I was always the one that ate all the mashed potatoes and mac and cheese. But in the last three weeks I was feeling like I couldn't get enough. I felt like I was a drug addict and craved everything with carbs. I am starting to get that back under control and right now I am trying to get more healthier fats in my diet. I have been working on that for a while. My dr's. nurse called and said my test results were excellent even my cholesterol was in range before my good ldl was low and my bad hdl was high. So everything seems to be going in the right direction.

Thank you for all your help. I just need to be more patient I think. I will check out those books, You are awesome.

 
SIMPLYISH's Photo SIMPLYISH Posts: 690
8/20/07 8:08 A

Send Private Message
Reply
WOW 60 lbs since february? That is terrific! You are probably at the point now that you are building muscle. But thats okay... muscle burns fat... it may be that you are continuing to build muscle and it does weigh more than fat. It seems that you are doing a lot of exercise but are you still stepping it down a little bit? If you are now building muscle (which it sounds like that's the case) it may take your body a little while to adjust to A) the new weight you are at and B) to the new muscle mass you have built - when your body adjusts and accepts the new muscle and new weight, your weight will bust loose and you'll start losing/burning fat again. I would examine your food journals if I were you... scrutinze it closely... are you meeting your daily water requirements... I know spark recommends 8 glasses a day, but my nutrionist/Naturopath recommended 4 - 8oz glasses for every 50lbs you weigh, secondly while scrutinizing your food journal are you getting the daily servings of fruits and veggies? Minimum 2-4 fruits and 4-6 veggies? Are you staying consistent in your spark ranges? Having PCOS makes it more difficult to lose weight. Sparks ranges were too high for me (especially once I had lost a certain # of lbs). I know you are a busy woman but I highly recommend you get a couple of books which help you determine what your ranges should be for weightloss and maintenance based on your, height, weight, etc and based on the fact that you have PCOS. The books are: Walter Futterweits, A Patients Guide to PCOS and Dr. Nancy Dunnes, The Natural Diet Solution for PCOS and Infertility. You can get the second book off of their website (which also gives recommended supplements that PCOS'ers need) www.ovarian-cysts-pcos.com. The other one you can purchase fairly inexpensively through barnesandnobles used book stores. I very highly recommend that all PCOS'ers read those two books. I learned things that NO ONE has ever informed me of.

It has taken me 15 months to lose 74lbs. I hit a 6 month plateau (due to health set backs and my body needing time to adjust to muscle and new weight). I strength train for about 30 minutes 3x a week. I use strength exercises provided by spark and from a book called 8 minutes in the morning. I do some type of cardio 3x a week (walking, tai chi, yoga, tae bo or Carmen Electras workouts) anywhere from 50-60 minutes. I am a very active person in addition to that... lots of gardening, and physical work, swimming, etc.

At first, your body can lose quickly but the more you lose, the process starts to slow down, you have to constantly examine your exercise, food journals, ranges and also give your body time to adjust to its new weight and muscle. A good idea is to look at your spark reports see if you are flucuating in and out of those ranges.

Hope this helps!
Melissa

Always challenge yourself!

Don't live to eat, eat to LIVE!

Don't feel deprived... feel ALIVE!
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
8/20/07 5:28 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Sorry it took so long to reply but I have been really busy, imagine that HE, He. How long has it taken you to lose what you have? I started in February, I think most people will tell me can't complain because I have done so well. I just get scared I am going to gain it all back, again. Although I do exercise now. All the time I lost the weight before I didn't exercise.

I want to talk to you about the muscle thing. Do you strength train a lot? I am going to tell you the schedule I had and I was wondering if you think it was to much or I was gaining muscle.

mon. & thur. and Sat. 40 mmin. strength training, I was using turbo sculpt, it's turbo jams strength training work out, it really gives me a good work out. then some kind of cardio 20-30 min. Walking/jogging or bike riding, sometimes I cut my grass on those days too but I count that as my cardio sometimes, I also cut my moms grass on the same day and walk to her house and home. It's only 3/4 mile walk there and back. It takes an hour and a half to cut both lawns and walk. Also I was doing the slim in 6 ab workout that takes 12 minutes I think, I was doing that everyday.

Wed. is my off day because My daughter has visitation with her dad who lives a half hour away. So I spend an hour driving to pick her up.

Tues. Fri. and Sun. I walk and jog for 30-60 minutes, Sat. I play at the park with my husband and kids, baseball, basketball, kickball, you know just whatever we feel like doing, I usually don't count that. I don't get very much exercise at work, I try to get up and walk around and stuff though. My calf is 15 inches and all muscle, can't even hardly pinch it. All my weight is on my stomach and being very stubborn. Thank you for your input.

 
SIMPLYISH's Photo SIMPLYISH Posts: 690
8/17/07 8:28 A

Send Private Message
Reply
Whats wrong with the man, your dr., doesn't he know we all are waiting on those results! hehe If you were overdoing the exercise it might have been muscle mass that was making your weight fluctuate! I'm glad to hear your ankle is getting better! And, you sound so much better! Thats exactly what you have to do, you have to keep examining your exercise routine and your food journals to see what you can change/add yet another time. You are doing so good! Stay in tune with your body/mind/spirit! Take care!
Melissa

Always challenge yourself!

Don't live to eat, eat to LIVE!

Don't feel deprived... feel ALIVE!
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
8/17/07 8:18 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I should have got my results by now but my dr had some emergency out of town or something, like my life isn't more important than his, lol. I think I was over doing the exercise, I cut back a lot. Therefore my calories cut back a lot too. That has actually helped a lot. I am not as hungry and overeating like I was. I started eating some things I didn't before, beans, I don't like them but it is better than the fiber supplement I take. Also I added more nuts to my diet. Yesterday was the first day I did it and it was a good day. I think some of my problem was I was eating to many carbs and not enough fat. I took a day off, I still ate healthy and measured, just didn't track it and didn't exercise but we walked to the park and played pig (basketball). My ankle is a lot better but I can't jog very long or walk on it more than 40 minutes and I still have to wear a brace to do any of that. It only hurts if I put weight on that side for very long.

Thank you all so much for your support, my family and all of you are so wonderful. My husband bless his heart tried to help me with the yard work but I won't let him do that again. He has asthma and bad allergies to grass. He had an asthma attack and his eyes are all red and itchy and had to put drops in them for 2 days. We all just have to work together. Anyway thank you all for your advice.

 
SIMPLYISH's Photo SIMPLYISH Posts: 690
8/13/07 8:12 A

Send Private Message
Reply
Oh sweety, I know exactly how you feel! I truly do! I have been there! I often wondered how I became such a cranky person when I was always so laid back and easy going. But now I understand that the PCOS, weight, hormones, other health issues, etc. had me so out of whack and was causing my irritability and feelings of being overwhelmed. Are your kids old enough that they could take on some of your chores? Or perhaps your husband could mow? Not forever but just until you can get your health issues back on track? Not to sound selfish but the focus should be on you and your journey to being and feeling healthy. It's not a selfish act, in the long run it is for the entire family's benefit not just yours. My doctor did put me on xanax to help with my anxiety/feelings over being overwhelmed. The xanax along with healthy diet and exercise changed my life. I no longer get totally overwhelmed and I don't suffer from as much depression (I still have bouts but it doesn't last). When I would feel that old anxiety creeping up on me - I would practice deep breathing for 3-5 minutes (it really helps calm you). Lastly, but most importantly, take time for meditation and prayer! You wouldn't believe what effect that has on the mind/body/spirit connection. Yoga is wonderful for learning breathing techniques and helping the body to relax (and does burn calories). Does your family eat vegetables? My trick is to cook for my husband but use lean protein and cook at least 2-3 vegetables on the side then I load my plate with 3/4 veggies and the other 1/4 with the lean protein. When do you go back to Dr. and when do you get your test results? Sometimes we as women put so much focus on taking care of others in our lives that we forget that if we aren't taking care of ourselves (our health, weight, mind/body & spirit) that eventually we won't be able to take care of anyone else either. We have to learn to put ourself before others so that we can be there for the others in the long run.
Blessings & Prayers to you!
Melissa emoticon

Always challenge yourself!

Don't live to eat, eat to LIVE!

Don't feel deprived... feel ALIVE!
STARRBYRD's Photo STARRBYRD SparkPoints: (6,952)
Fitness Minutes: (3,607)
Posts: 296
8/13/07 1:34 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Wildflower, you sound like you need a hug. emoticon

I know what you mean about feeling overwhelmed. I feel the same way much of the time. I have two young children so doing ANY kind of errand is always an ordeal. They aren't BAD kids, but they complain about grocery shopping and anything else. I try to do those things when my husband is home (weekends) or when they are at preschool, but this summer it's been hard. I also feel like I have NO time for myself. I think that's why I've been enjoying the gym so much. It's time for ME when I don't get interupted every 2 minutes although I get heck from the kids when I pick them up at the kid care place because I "took so long"! :o(

*~*~*Heidi*~*~*

Starting all over again - I know I can do it!

SW: 188
GW by 5/18/11 - 163




 Pounds lost: 44.0 
 
0
15.75
31.5
47.25
63
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
8/13/07 12:30 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
My dr did say something about the timing was good but I didn't know what he was talking about. Maybe thats what he meant, I am due to start in about 3 days. He sent me to the lab to have the blood drawn on Saturday. I had a bunch of fluid retention this morning when I got up. I had to take my diuretics today. I thought I was in the bathroom less the last couple of days. So that was probably some of the weight. Thank you so much for your support. I didn't know pcos could cause hypothyroidism though. Although strange how they have a lot of the same symptoms. I talked to my dr about my depression and mood swings too. He wants to wait until my blood test come back before he does anything about that.

I told my family and I just can't go on like I have been anymore, I feel overwhelmed for days, try not to take it out on them and keep the feelings inside until they pass. After about 2 or 3 days of that I will all of a sudden start yelling about every little thing in sight. Husband left his dirty socks on the floor, kids didn't clean up after themselves, you know what ever I can yell about. After about five minutes of that I begin to to feel even more overwhelmed and begin to cry, I cry for about 15 minutes and I hate myself and wonder how my family could love me. I feel like such a horrible person and they would be happier and better off without me. I feel like I can't go on anymore. It's all just too hard. I spend all my time thinking about, how many calories I'm going to eat, how I can fit in more exercise, and if I'm getting enough, am I working hard enough, what can I do different to make the results better. Pick up my husband from work, wash clothes, cut grass, clean house, take out the trash, cook for Chris because he won't eat the stuff I eat. cook for the kids because I am afraid to put their food with mine because I might eat more calories than I mean to. I spend 1 to 2 hours cooking, 1 to 2 exercising, another 1-2 cleaning, Hurry and put in all my info on here and then rush out the door for work. Maybe I have 40 minutes of downtime for me a day. I spend that time on this site hoping to learn something new that might help me more on losing this weight.

I am so sorry I just threw all that out there for everyone to read as if you guys don't have your own problems.

 
0
15.75
31.5
47.25
63
SIMPLYISH's Photo SIMPLYISH Posts: 690
8/12/07 10:15 A

Send Private Message
Reply
Wildflower, so sorry you hurt yourself! I hope you heal soon! Bless your heart! I think that hypothyroidism is brought on by the PCOS as I understand it. So you may have that problem (thus the problem with your bouncing weight). Let me know what the Dr. says. I think if they don't do your blood test on the 21st day of your Mens. Cycl. that it's difficult to diagnose. I know what you mean about feeling like a drug addict. I felt the same way just a few months ago. Especially around certain days of my Mens. Cycl. It was like it was out of my control. The thing is that once you eat those things they bring on cravings for more. So, I just stopped eating anything prepackaged or processed and after a couple of months those wild out of control cravings/binging stopped. Keep us posted...
blessings and prayers to you!
Melissa

Always challenge yourself!

Don't live to eat, eat to LIVE!

Don't feel deprived... feel ALIVE!
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
8/12/07 4:58 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I tried to up my exercise I walked and jogged 5 miles and then I got hurt, I got a high ankle sprain. The dr put me on an anti inflammatory and I have to wear a brace. At least I can still ride my bike, but no walking or strength training for a week or two. Also the dr took a bunch of tests because he thinks I have hypothyroidism. Oh now I am back to 190. I can gain eight pounds in two weeks but it will take me 2 months to lose it again. I can't stop eating anything sugary or high in carbs, I feel like a drug addict, I am very frustrated.

Edited by: WILDFLOWER07 at: 8/12/2007 (05:00)
 
0
15.75
31.5
47.25
63
SIMPLYISH's Photo SIMPLYISH Posts: 690
8/5/07 8:21 A

Send Private Message
Reply
Wildflower,
I know how you feel because I have been there for six months. But, I took a good look at my exercise program and realized I hadn't changed it for a long time so I added some to it and started losing FINALLY after 6 months. Look how far we have come we just cannot give up! Look at your program(s) food and exercise think about what you can change or add. I know we can break this slump!!!

Always challenge yourself!

Don't live to eat, eat to LIVE!

Don't feel deprived... feel ALIVE!
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
8/5/07 4:40 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Now I am back to 186, I was 182, I am getting really upset. I want to give up if this isn't going to work, I don't know what to do.

 
0
15.75
31.5
47.25
63
MOI176 Posts: 3
7/23/07 10:28 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I use healthy start spread it has flax seed in it and the taste is great

 
0
15.75
31.5
47.25
63
ELLE4308's Photo ELLE4308 Posts: 833
7/22/07 4:14 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I'm not really sure about the flavor, its not very bold. I make flax seed bread and eat it for breakfast, it is really filing and yummy.

(recipe below-copied low carb america group forum)


2 cups flax seed meal (Seeds keep longer so I grind my own)
1 tbsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
1/2 cup water
1/3 cup oil
2 tbsp. sweetening power ( I use liquid sucrulous no carbs)
5 eggs beaten

Using a whisk blend the dry ingredients well. Using same whisk to beat the wet ingredients well. Mix wet and dry and let set for a couple minutes to thicken. But not too long or unable to spread. Pour on a prepared 13 x 11 baking pan with sides. Bake 20 mins. at 350. At 12 slices it has .8 net carbs and 5 grams fiber
I add 1 tbsp. of cinnamon and more sweetener ( to taste) and sprinkle top with chopped pecans for a wonderful breakfast bread.
Today I added 1 tbsp. cinnamon, 1/2 tbsp. of cardimon, 1/4 tsp each nutmeg, ginger, and cloves for a gingerbread flavored bread. Topped with the pecans. When it came out of the oven I cut it using my spatula and topped my piece with softened cream cheese. Dang it was good. And very filling. I doubt you would be able to eat more than 2 pieces. I surely can't. BTW I get my flax seeds at the heath food store.


Check out my blog!

kitchenminions.com


 Pounds lost: 0.0 
 
0
35.5
71
106.5
142
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
7/22/07 5:48 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I have heard good things about flax seed but haven't tried them? Do you use them often? Can you compare the flavor to anything else? I use olive oil but really not that often, cooking spray mostly. Have you tried to use it in baking before, I think you can but have always been afraid to try it.

 
0
35.5
71
106.5
142
ELLE4308's Photo ELLE4308 Posts: 833
7/20/07 4:11 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Oh recipes, I am boring with my veggies, olive oil garlic and veggies. or we do stirfry. I often just good and eat artichokes too (use ICBNB spray) my recent favorite recipe is flax seed bread. http://kalynskitchen.blogspot.com/ has great SB recipes and its searcheable by veggie or pasta or whatnot. I really like her.

Check out my blog!

kitchenminions.com


 Pounds lost: 0.0 
 
0
35.5
71
106.5
142
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
7/20/07 1:56 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I eat a lot of lower gi foods, like rice and wheat bread, as far as fruit I eat at least 1 cup a day then they vary depending on whats on sale. I have been eating more canned fruit I just make sure I get no sugar added or made with splenda. I have been eating butternut squash for about 4 days and I would recommend it to any one it has been amazing for me. Also my husband bought me some amino acids and I have been taking those for three days and now I am back to 184 and I am not due for ttotm yet. I recommend amino acids if you work out a lot. They have helped me in so many ways.

Thank you so much for the support. I eat all fruits and veggies, due you have any good recipes to share?

 
0
35.5
71
106.5
142
ELLE4308's Photo ELLE4308 Posts: 833
7/20/07 12:35 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
maybe check out the glycemic index and pick lower GI foods (I know Oranges are high GI) Also, sometimes, our bodies just plateau. I was plateuad for like 4 months, thats why I joined SP. A friend always suggests shocking the system by eating a lot of really bad foods at once and then eating well the next day. I can't handle that bc I don't think I'd stop eating the yummy bad foods.

BTW COngrats on the weightloss so far, thats inspirational!

Edited by: ELLE4308 at: 7/20/2007 (13:02)
Check out my blog!

kitchenminions.com


 Pounds lost: 0.0 
 
0
35.5
71
106.5
142
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
7/20/07 3:03 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Oh I'm not losing inches either but my husband said my legs are toner because it's making my but look bigger, lol. Oh he didn't say it in a bad way so don't take that the wrong way. (He was making fun of me because all my weight is in my stomach and it won't shrink but I did complain in the beginning that it was all coming from my butt. He is very supportive)

 
0
35.5
71
106.5
142
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
7/20/07 2:59 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I eat a lot of fruits and veggies for carbs, brown rice and wheat bread. I do eat low carb tortillas and South beach bars before and after workouts. I eat oatmeal everyday also. My carbs average around 55% protein in the 20% and fat I know is lower than they say from 18% to 25%. The fat I do get in comes from nuts, olive oil, eggs, and peanut butter. I wasn't eating the yellow of eggs but in the last week I have been eating them, but only a couple a week. I try to stick mostly with whole foods but here lately I have been adding more snacks because I tried to up my calories. Now I dropped them back down. My food tracker is open so you can see it.

 
0
35.5
71
106.5
142
ELLE4308's Photo ELLE4308 Posts: 833
7/17/07 12:49 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Wildflower, what eating plan are you following. I had this problem for years when I was doing weight watchers, and then last year my doc told me to try South Beach bc it worked with my PCOS and not against it. Its worked out really well for me, and unless I cheat, my lost weight stays lost.

Check out my blog!

kitchenminions.com


 Pounds lost: 0.0 
 
0
35.5
71
106.5
142
JAKST24 Posts: 135
7/16/07 4:38 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
I thought I had hit the plateau until I started this program a few weeks ago. I'm not losing weight, but slowly losing inches. Maybe the key is to avoid boredom by trying new activities and programs?

 
0
35.5
71
106.5
142
SIMPLYISH's Photo SIMPLYISH Posts: 690
7/16/07 10:20 A

Send Private Message
Reply
I've been doing the same thing for a few months now. I keep bouncing back and forth between 160 and 165... I just keep exercising harder and try to take a hard look at my food intake to look for something I shouldn't be eating... It is getting VERY frustrating!!!

Always challenge yourself!

Don't live to eat, eat to LIVE!

Don't feel deprived... feel ALIVE!
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
7/16/07 1:33 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
Thank you for the post and support, I wonder if it's kind of equal to a plateua?

 
0
35.5
71
106.5
142
KAPEKAT's Photo KAPEKAT SparkPoints: (0)
Fitness Minutes: (227)
Posts: 168
7/14/07 11:12 A

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
i am teh same way, ill lose 2 and gain 3 lose 4 gain 2 its maddening!! when that happens i get frustrated and excercise a little more hoping to get the loss back!! good luck i know how maddening it is!

NOTHING TASTE AS GOOD AS BEING THIN WILL FEEL

ALWAYS SHOOT FOR THE MOON THE WORST YOU CAN DO IS MISS AND LAND AMONG THE STARS


 current weight: 203.0 
 
212
194
176
158
140
WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
7/13/07 10:32 P

My SparkPage
Send Private Message
Reply
My weight is starting to make me very mad, after that time of the month I will lose like 2-4 pounds for a week then I gain it back just to lose it again. It's been doing this for like 2 months, I am not really getting anywhere, anyone else do this. At first I thought it was just fluid and menstrual weight gain but It takes me two weeks to lose it again just to gain it back the next week. I am trying to be patient but getting frustrated.

 
212
194
176
158
140
Page: 1 of (1)  

Report Innappropriate Post

Other PCOS & Losing Weight General Team Discussion Forum Posts

Topics: Last Post:
Low Carb / Glycemic Index Diet for PCOS? 12/1/2014 3:59:39 PM
Hello 7/31/2014 7:54:14 PM
FED UP WITH PCOS 10/28/2014 9:18:58 PM
I don't understand why this is happening again.... 1/16/2014 11:38:59 AM
Supplements 11/4/2013 11:58:28 AM

Thread URL: http://www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/team_messageboard_thread.asp?board=0x136x7671984

Review our Community Guidelines




x Lose 10 Pounds by February 8! Get a FREE Personalized Plan