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10/10/12 1:37 P

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Ditto what others say.

Brenda

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BEVPRESLEY's Photo BEVPRESLEY SparkPoints: (136,115)
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10/9/12 10:38 P

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Check the feedback on your nutrition. Sometimes a small adjustment in what you eat will make a big difference.

beverly

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NANCYRUBIO's Photo NANCYRUBIO Posts: 318,417
10/8/12 4:36 P

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Fiona, you are so right. The small things can move you along,

Depression is the impression left by fear. Be willing to fight the fear. Conquer it with love.

Nancy Rubio
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10/7/12 11:00 P

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Also watch your sodium intake and drink your daily water. Use portion control and of course use the trackers here! emoticon





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10/7/12 3:50 P

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I find that its best to track your food and eat different things and a bit less for a day or too and a different work out sort of kick starts a new loss

Fiona
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10/7/12 12:43 P

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Look at your nutrition. If you start using the food tracker you can find out if your portions are too large or your calories are too high. Diet is the number one indicator of weight, and exercise is secondary. But you probably know this already. Best wishes.

Dale

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10/7/12 10:23 A

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Understand, stuck at 178, keep trying to tell myself I am gaining muscles. Always a good excuse~~~

Depression is the impression left by fear. Be willing to fight the fear. Conquer it with love.

Nancy Rubio
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10/7/12 1:26 A

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can't seem to get past 160. Beenthere a very long time. I do differet work out and still nothing. any suggesting

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