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It might also be worth getting your hormone levels checked, for example if you have thyroid issue than it makes it nearly impossible to lose weight no matter what you do!

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8/20/11 9:43 A

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Sounds like your foods are on target but you do need ot exercise to lose weight and use those muscles of yours walking is a great form of cardio you can start out with 10 minutes at a times and work your way up to 30 minutes There are chair workouts that you can do that are easier on the body but the whole key to success is exercise & and eating healthy the 2 must be done in order to lose weight and to maintain the weight loss. there is a team for chair workouts here is the link for the team

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Basically, I gave up everything pertaining to food a long time ago. I don't eat out. I avoid the grocery store. I don't eat sweets. I eat raw and living food only. I eat fruit and vegetables. I will do a protein shake with enzymes every day with stevia. I crave hot sauce, hot peppers and apple cider vinegar. I only drink warm water. I eat 3 salads a day with only living food and no cheese, no croutons, (nothing dead). I put straight Balsamic vinegar on each salad mixed with some olive oil and Crystal hot sauce. The salads consist of cucumbers, hot peppers, mushrooms, different combined lettuces, cabbage, carrots, broccoli. I eat one apple a day with fresh blueberries covered with real cinnamon. This is all I eat every day of my life. I have not had a soda in years. I do not ever crave anything sweet. I do not crave bread. I do not crave carbs. I feel wonderful. I feel as if I am 20 years old. I am extremely happy and emotionally stable in every way. But there is one huge problem, I never exercise because in 1998 I blew a disc exercising and was bedridden for 9 months. Now aggressive exercise terrifies me and I will never do it again. I do walk though, and take stairs. I am on zero medication. I have nice blood pressure and a nice smooth heart beat. I have never taken prescriptions for anything in my entire life other than, maybe, a bladder infection which is very rare. The other huge problem is I am extremely overweight. I am 5'3 and weigh 160 lbs and wear a size 10. I find this extremely unacceptable. I gave up on diets many years ago because I never lost one ounce and then after all the hard work, I would become hysterical and have a breakdown and that is why I stopped trying. Between 1979 and 1995, I probably invested $50,000 in different diets, groceries, special food, supplements, shakes, etc. Never lost one ounce. I have done them all, Jenny Craig, Weight Watchers, Protein diets, low fat diets. I have tried every one that ever came out. Every single one. Not one ounce was ever lost. The day came that I had a breakdown when the last diet showed zero weight loss and I had a breakdown. It was a 911 situation. I thought I would have a heart attack from the shock. I would always lose inches. But never an ounce. I do not want to lose just inches. I want to lose inches and pounds together. Ever since then I stopped trying and I have been wonderful and I am not consumed and I am not obsessed concerning dieting. I still have not lost an ounce. I am still kind of afraid to try again for fear my hard work will not show a result and then I could have a possible breakdown. It's like working hard at a job for 6 months and never receiving a paycheck. That is my story. Has anyone else been through this?

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