From Low Cal to Low carb to HCG... back to low carb... finally hit the right note...

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Countess66

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Posted: 18 Mar 2013, 13:20
Hello to everyone.... I have been a fatsecret member since 2011 but just recently found time to start posting. I use my app on the phone and ipad. I started at 148#, I am 5"3" and 64 years old. I tried everything and finally in October of 2012 I went on the HCG diet under a doctor's care. On that protocol, I went down to 131 and have since dropped another 8# doing low carb. I weigh myself daily since the HCG recommended it and that works for me. I still try to watch my calories and fat. I use the coconut oil for a great dessert called chocolate delight and I have a great recipe for low carb peanut butter fudge and cheesecake. Would love to hear from others in this group.
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