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Lose-B4-40

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Posted: 03 Jan 2008, 20:41
Tomorrow I'm driving from my small, one-grocery-store town to Austin to go to the Whole Foods Market there. Please give me some tips and suggestions for "must-haves" and things I should stock up on to survive/thrive on this program. I'm excited to go and look for some of the things I've been reading about on here and on the Forum since I still have not received my book yet.
Lose-B4-40

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Posted: 03 Jan 2008, 22:04
Thank you, Dooley! That's a big help!
wayiwas

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Posted: 03 Jan 2008, 22:46
you really need to get the book- this isn't a plan where you just get a menu list- it's a program that you have to understand. Please for your own benefit get the book. And there are copyright laws that forbid us from disclosing the whole plan anyway. I like Dooley, I don't want her to get in any trouble: Please ger thte book.
wayiwas

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Posted: 03 Jan 2008, 23:44
What is the big rush? I don't think you should drive to austin yet. I think you should wait for your book and read it first. You will end up buying too much of the wrong things and it's quite expensive, A few days is not going to hurt- just do what was recommended -eliminate whites (sugar & flour) and caffeine- it is rediculous to think you've picked up enough to follow the plan. Believe me, it's not that simple. wait for your book & supps, then start next week after you read it. You will end up buying the tong things otherwise. the book lays out brands, kinds of foods, etc. please do yourself a favor and wait for your book.
Lose-B4-40

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Posted: 04 Jan 2008, 08:13
Thanks! Sure wish my book would get here! Sad I'm raring to go! Very Happy
DOOLEY

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Posted: 04 Jan 2008, 10:43
It is a good idea to get the right things in the house so you can start out with all the right stuff.



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