Over 40, need to lose 50

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emöine

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Posted: 18 Dec 2007, 00:36
I'll be 45 in January and need to lose about 25kg (50 lbs). I have chosen the GI Diet because it seems less like a "diet" and more like how I think I should be eating all the time.

I'm looking to get serious about the plan in January-- in the mean time I am will be getting my head straight and preparing to commit.

So, if anyone would like to join me, I'd appreciate the company. Smile
jcinkw

Joined: Dec 07
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Posted: 18 Dec 2007, 07:03
I'm going to do the GI diet as well. Just bought a new book "the gi diet clinic" - hoping it will inspire me.... something needs to.



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