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JASONCAMPBELL1's Photo JASONCAMPBELL1 Posts: 55
3/22/11 9:17 P

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I have two recommendations.
1) Consult a nutritionist. They are fairly cheap. And not one on the net. Go see a real "Live" person that does not work at GNC, GOld's Gym, or Lifetime Fitness. See a real nutritionist with letters after their name. Trust me. You will see a HUGE difference and thank me in a year.
2) Do P90X Lean to start. Then do P90X Regular.

Jason
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3/22/11 12:57 A

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I am on synthroid and follow Spark People's recommendations and don't really know what P90X suggests as I've just followed the weight lifting part of the program. I do religiously post my exercise and have upped the calories as suggested by Spark people and had no problems.

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AE_MYERS's Photo AE_MYERS Posts: 249
3/21/11 11:27 P

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Is anyone else out there on synthroid? I had my thyroid removed, so I'm completely dependent on my meds to keep my metabolism right. But, I worry that if I eat as many calories as suggested in p90x that my body won't adjust and I'll gain weight. Anyone have any thoughts?

I currently follow my recommendations from sparkpeople, which is 1350-1450 cals per day.

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