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Buckleup

Joined: Apr 12
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Posted: 30 Apr 2012, 00:16
I am really glad I found this site. I started my weight loss journey after a hernia surgery in February 2010 at 296 pounds. I got down to 262 pounds and quit, will power gave out. I restarted Jan 2012 at 280 pounds and finally found something that works for me. As of today I am 236 pounds.My goal is to weigh 296 pounds. The changes that have helped are The primal blueprint,Dr. Mercola, keto dieting,and precision nutrition pdf on Intermittent fasting. I spend quite a bit of time reading information on health and nutrition. Looking forward to exchanging ideas with the community.I am always happy to answer questions.
insecktorb

Joined: May 12
Posts: 17

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Posted: 04 May 2012, 10:39
Hi! Is your goal weight 296 or 196? I think you may have a mistype there...?

Great weight loss so far, well done!

Haven't heard of Dr. Mercola - will check it out.

Good luck with the journey and keep enjoying all that lovely skin left on your chicken ;P
Calories are not all created equal!
abypfcs

Joined: Apr 12
Posts: 13

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Posted: 06 May 2012, 17:43
Good work. I do find the logging in food a good tool, that makes a person more aware of what is being eaten.

Great site.
I have lost over 1000 pounds.



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