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6/5/13 7:40 A

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emoticon to the team. You will find lots of advice and support here! It looks like you already have received some great tips! I'm glad you are here!


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6/3/13 8:49 P

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Welcome and good luck! One thing that made a big difference for me was just checking the nutrition facts on things and logging my food, helped me realize what was worth eating often and what I should only have occasionally. I am also a big fan of setting small goals, especially for exercise. Fitness can start to give you energy back if you're consistent.


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6/3/13 8:47 P

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Hi. Welcome to the team.

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Today is the first day of the rest of my life.

I am responsible for my own happiness.

My name is Bonnie I live in CT ET

I went from 258 to 126 pounds and have maintained it since 12/28/12.

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6/3/13 4:12 P

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Welcome to the team, Yasmeen. I find that it's best to prepare in advance for situations where there will be a lot of food around to tempt me. I often pack an insulated bag full of food for the day when I know that I'm going to be working a long day and won't have healthy food easily available. I often don't have access to a refrigerator or microwave when I'm working so I don't bring anything that needs to be heated and the bag keeps everything I pack nice and cold until I'm ready to eat.

My name's Tina. I lost more than 90 pounds between March 2010 and March 2012 and have been keeping if off ever since. Had a baby at the end of April 2016 and am working to get back to my pre baby form, or at least as close to it as I realistically can!

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6/2/13 11:23 A

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Hi and welcome to the team! Try to eat three meals a day I know must be difficult. Bring a meal to work and a couple of snacks like popcorn, half a bagel, carrot sticks. If patient gives you chocolates give them away or open the box to share with the rest of the staff in a break room. I have put chocolates in the freezer I can not see them and I am not tempted to eat them. I forget they are there. If I am full then I can not eat more. I have eaten a hard boiled egg for a snack. I have eaten a tablespoon of peanut butter on 3 to 6 whole wheat crackers.I have eaten a piece of fruit for a snack like one banana. Best wishes, Linda from bean town, USA

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6/2/13 7:19 A

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Hi,I'm 41 and are in the prosess off looking weigth.But i fine it hard to stat on track,I'm a nurse and work shift and as it is known we always has chocolat and biscuits witch we Get for Good work from gratfull patent.I fine it hard to stat motevaited and focusd on my target,it is to loos 15kg and Get healtyer.I also are looking for help to fine out a way to manage my fibromyagi and fathig syndrom and maby to bist my fertiliety as well.Is there any one out there that have any tips???I will be so gratfull for any tips and web sithe for my problems.Bear in mine I leve in the Uk and it is diftent to the USA.Many gratfull thank you from Yasmeen.:)

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