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1/19/11 3:29 P

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Might I suggest you look for some of the books at a second hand store or good will . This may save you some money , not to mention the hundreds of free recipes on here. Keep your money for the new clothes and rewards you will want in the future. Smile and Happy Late Birthday! emoticon

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1/19/11 2:56 P

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the book was inspiring....I enjoyied it

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1/19/11 2:48 P

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I have been thinking about ordering that book. My aunt and uncle just started following it and are doing great with the ideas and recipes. I am sure that will be one of the next books I buy...thanks for the suggestion!

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1/19/11 2:46 P

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Thanks! I am sitting here "playing" around with the different pages and starting to pick up on some things that are helpful.
I am trying to talk him into signing up but he would rather me just fix his food and him not worry about it than have to help plan a meal...lol~ He is a little spoiled.

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1/19/11 2:22 P

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welcome to the team... I dont have too many suggestion short of take it one recepie at a time. it is unrealistic to think that you will totally revamp a not-so-great diet and eating habits overnight. Might I suggest the Biggest Loser cookbook.
www.amazon.com/Biggest-Loser-Cookboo
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Eating healthy at home is your first line of defense... We learned it one recepie at a time and making healthy swaps.

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1/19/11 2:20 P

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You have come to the right place. There is so much information here to help you get started. Get your husband on here too. My husband is diabetic and has been able to back down his insulin but 10 units in the past month, just by following the dietary guidelines and exercise recommendations. The are groups and tools designed just for the diabetic. There is even a blood sugar tracker. As for you...welcome to 40. I actually past that decade 3 weeks ago and moved into the 50s but I like the group here. Just keep moving and make those small dietary changes that are suggested and you are going to be great!
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1/19/11 2:02 P

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Hello everybody! I turned 40 this past sunday and found sparkpeople.com tuesday...needless to say, I have a lot to learn!
My husband was recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes so I am learning how to cook and try to put us on the correct path...any suggestion are welcome!

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