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Just thought I'd mention that it was mrsmole who figured it out.
by BuffyBear (submitted 4 months ago)
Newbie
I agree with mummydee. Since we live in the "real world" It is best to find a plan that teaches how to lose eating "real food". Develop habits that will last a lifetime.
by BuffyBear (submitted 4 months ago)
Older women????
I am 60 and it says my RDI should be 777 to lose 2 pounds a week. While that seems extreme it certainly is true in my case. Thanks.
by BuffyBear (submitted 4 months ago)
The Whole Calorie Counting Thing
May I suggest a Book? "The Calorie Myth" by Jonathan Bailor. Calories do count, but not the way "conventional wisdom" would have you think. The only reason I count them is to help me control the amount I eat (unfortunately, I am a natural born glutton).
by BuffyBear (submitted 5 months ago)
No more advertisements
I am still flooded with advertisements. How did you guys do this again?
by BuffyBear (submitted 5 months ago)
Screw the Diet: Just Eat Real Food!
I can't speak for gostbalder, but perhaps she meant never having to go to the dentist again except for a 6 month check up. I haven't had a cavity in almost 10 years and expect to die with my own teeth in my mouth.
by BuffyBear (submitted 6 months ago)
The pies are done
Scottdaddy - Having lived on the Canadian Border, I have had their meat pies - more like a meatloaf in a pie. I consider pot pies as more of a stew in a pie. Both are good (and fattening).
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 months ago)
What a week of groceries look like.
Being from the USA I find the "food" pictured in that photo shameful.
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 months ago)
My Pumpkin pie won't set up-help!
Thanks dboza - copied it and will make it with my almond crust. Hope they save some for me.
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 months ago)
do you regret losing the weight?
Let's see, I remember how I used to waddle when I walked, dreading shoe shopping because I couldn't reach my feet and being embarrassed to go out with my husband. I may not like my loose skin but I think I can live with it!
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 months ago)
Teas
I love a cup of herb tea before bed. Helps my tummy realize it is full and that there is no need for a bedtime snack. My favorites are lemon ginger, mint medley and blueberry.
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 months ago)
Question for Vegetarians
Dnolan, Self, Hightulip and Ingria - Will check this out - much appreciated!
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 months ago)
Question for Vegetarians
Thanks again Stef!
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 months ago)
Question for Vegetarians
Stef - Great idea! Oh, and cranberries and pecans - Yum. Are they whole raw cranberries?
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 months ago)
Question for Vegetarians
Sheryl and NCNOLE - I appreciate your suggestions!
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 months ago)
Question for Vegetarians
My vegetarian Granddaughter is coming for Thanksgiving and I want her to feel welcome and comfortable. Am looking for your help in choosing for a single serving, Thanksgiving appropriate protein source. Would really appreciate your suggestions, along with any tips on preparation and where to buy. Thank you!
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 months ago)
uh oh
I think I am going to like it.
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 months ago)
Thermodynamics? Not really...
Reddarin - Thanks for posting this.
by BuffyBear (submitted 9 months ago)
Arrgghhh plateau help!!
itzjstjeff - I agree. Thank you for your encouragement!
by BuffyBear (submitted 10 months ago)
Arrgghhh plateau help!!
itzjstjeff - Although I was joking (see above) it is very strict. For me to lose 2 pounds/week, it wants me to eat 909 cals/day. Guess that is its way of telling me that 1 pound/week is all I can do.
by BuffyBear (submitted 10 months ago)
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This is tough......I,m spending 90% of my time trying to stay on meal plan and the other 10% going off it.....Resulting in an increase in weight..
05 Jan 14 for diet Atkins