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Good for you getting a grip before you are in its grip. That's a very smart move on your part young lady.!
I can say that since I am a sixty something. Hugs and welcome Pat in Maine.
Pat in Maine.
I FEEL Healthier every day with my Spark Tracker.
I will do it slowly I like it that way.
Toodle-ooo! and Toodle- Pip!
JUST DO IT!
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Remember that while money talks, Friendships sing and laugh out loud.
welcome to the challenge and water gain before your monthly is sodium in take. But stick with it and you will notice the change.
welcome to the challenge
wendyjm4, Team leader for Sparkies Down Under.
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weight loss progress
lost 23.9 kgs total or 52.58 lbs
Hi! I just joined this team, thinking that maybe I could motivate myself a little more to reverse my pre-diabetes. I have been taking Metformin for years, but lately my fasting blood sugar has been dangerously close to full-blown, so I have finally become concerned.
I am currently seeing a Doctor who has put me on a low-carb, organic, raw foods eating plan, and although I have lost about 12 pounds with that, I have been stuck for the last 2 weeks.
The good news is though, my fasting BS in the morning is coming down! I have had 3 days this week under 100, after it had consistently been in the 120s for months. I think I have lost some inches, but the scale seems to be frozen right where it is. I have had this happen before, usually when I start up an exercise program. I guess it is normal to hit a plateau so I am trying not to get too discouraged. I also retain a lot of water just before my monthly cycle, so I am hoping it will go away in a few days and I'll see some more progress. I am focusing on drinking all my water so I can help to flush my system as much as possible to avoid retaining too much.
So, I would ultimately like to get off the Metformin, the Simvastatin (for cholesterol), and the Lisinopril-HCTZ (for blood pressure). It won't happen overnight, but the more I learn here, the more I will stay motivated. And, with any luck, the exercise program will help me break my plateau.
It is amazing how long it takes to finish something you aren't working on.