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sohot2013

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Posted: 03 May 2013, 06:58
I lost 9 pounds in Jan/Feb, then stopped doing weight watchers (which I do like) and in March started working out at a gym with a trainer. though I've lost BMI and I'm building strength, I need to get my diet on track. I just want a healthier lifestyle and to shed a few pounds. I am a junk food junkie by way of ice cream and salty crunchy snacks. I never eat fast food but believe me the Doritos can do enough damage all by themselves.
I bought a Nutri Bullet two months ago, used it once. I need help from this community to walk me away from the doritos and ice cream, and realize that I deserve to be healthy and fit. That i don't need those toxins in me. I really give you all credit for your strenghth and stamina to stick to your healthy eating plans and wish to join you. My name is Lisa
Munchkin25

Joined: May 13
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Posted: 03 May 2013, 07:34
Hi Lisa, I am new too. Smile I want to shed a few pounds before my holiday in July. I am interested in the 5 : 2 diet, you 'fast' on 2 days a week. They recommend lower calorie intake than the other 5. I have no idea on calories so I need help. I saw this site and its free so may be the fix I need. My name is Sue X
sohot2013

Joined: May 13
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Posted: 03 May 2013, 12:50
Sue, I wish you luck. I am just counting calories at this point. I cannot fast LOL. I do work out so hopefully if I put down the salt and sugar...I'll start losing Smile



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