Getting on track

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Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 16:10
I am all in to lose at least 20 lbs. This looks like a good place to start. My diet will be low fat, no fried foods,increase good carbs(fruits & veggies), cut back on red meats, eat more beans, and drink a lot less Mich ultra beer, and more H2O. I know that if I burn 500 cals a day with exercise, and reduce my 2400 RDI by 500 it is possible to lose 2 pounds a week. I also know from experience that logging is what works, that's why I am here on Fatsecret, (for the support of others like me).

Joined: Feb 10
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Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 17:57
welcome Sam,

Just remember to stay on track even if it feels like nothing is improving.... that's where this site can help as well, to keep the motivation up.


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