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Just thought I'd mention that it was mrsmole who figured it out.
by BuffyBear (submitted 8 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 8 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 8 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 9 months ago)
No more advertisements
I am still flooded with advertisements. How did you guys do this again?
by BuffyBear (submitted 9 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 10 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 a year ago)
What a week of groceries look like.
Being from the USA I find the "food" pictured in that photo shameful.
by BuffyBear (submitted a year 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 a year 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 a year 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 a year ago)
Question for Vegetarians
Dnolan, Self, Hightulip and Ingria - Will check this out - much appreciated!
by BuffyBear (submitted a year ago)
Question for Vegetarians
Thanks again Stef!
by BuffyBear (submitted a year ago)
Question for Vegetarians
Stef - Great idea! Oh, and cranberries and pecans - Yum. Are they whole raw cranberries?
by BuffyBear (submitted a year ago)
Question for Vegetarians
Sheryl and NCNOLE - I appreciate your suggestions!
by BuffyBear (submitted a year 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 a year ago)
uh oh
I think I am going to like it.
by BuffyBear (submitted a year ago)
Thermodynamics? Not really...
Reddarin - Thanks for posting this.
by BuffyBear (submitted a year ago)
Arrgghhh plateau help!!
itzjstjeff - I agree. Thank you for your encouragement!
by BuffyBear (submitted a year 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 a year ago)
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mummydee wrote: Try putting it in seperately, coffee is .09 per 8 oz, 1/2 & 1/2 is .64 for 1 tbspn, and heavy cream is .42 per tbspn. Someone has added the coffee & cream to the database ...
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by eileenguyen on 28 Nov 14 12:30 PM
Where to buy almond flour?
Try walmart, they have been carrying some surprizing healthy foods lately, Also your local supermarket or natural food store if you have one in your area.
by wholefoodnut on 28 Nov 14 10:04 AM
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I've following Atkins on and off for 7 years and lost about 80 pounds. The best thing you can do is track what you eat, how much you eat (actually measure it!) and be honest about it. All the exercise ...
by tcrompton on 28 Nov 14 09:30 AM
Where is everyone from?
I started out in southern Indiana, many years ago. I have lived in the Pacific Northwest forth the past 19 years and love it here!
by williammain56 on 28 Nov 14 08:37 AM
diet "supplements"
I heard soy gives men breasts. (None for me thanks.)
by northernmusician on 27 Nov 14 10:34 PM

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Measure and track. Measure and track. Yeah, I know you aren't supposed to have to do that with Atkins, but if you don't you will never get anywhere. And if you're like me, your overall app ...
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