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Posted: 03 May 2013, 09:48
I HIT MY FIRST MILESTONE ON THIS DIET. I broke the 200 lb mark, so happy. Been a long time since I have seen 100 something!!!!!Laughing

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Posted: 03 May 2013, 10:51
Congrats!!! I can't wait to get to 200lb ... it's been years!!!!

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Posted: 03 May 2013, 12:17
Well done

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Posts: 65

Posted: 03 May 2013, 14:32
Great job! Congratulations
I'm back on track!
Lost 50 lbs. in 2011, gained a bit back after pregnancy.
If did it once, I can do it again!

Goal #1: 190 lbs. - Met April 29, 2013
Goal #2: 180 lbs. - Met June 9, 2013
Goal #3: 170 lbs. - Met September 6, 2013
Goal #4: 160 lbs.
Goal #5: 150 lbs.
The BIG Goal: 145 lbs.

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Posted: 03 May 2013, 16:34
Congratulations on all the milestones in your life in the past years, Yes, you are on the right track, eliminating all processed foods, eating all natural foods and getting healthy will go along way with the weight loss process. I had breast augmentation 3 years ago and am so glad i did even in my later years of life. I had also lost a fair amount of weight but carried the extra tummy skin that just doesn't shrink back. So when i had the boobs lessened I also had a complete tummy tuck and have never been happier. Doing the two procedures together was cheaper and well worth it. Just a thought, because you did mention on your page that you were thinking of this. Good luck to you and congratulations again on reaching your first milestone!!
If it is a plant, eat it, if it comes from a plant, don't!

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Posts: 270

Posted: 04 May 2013, 23:27
Love to hear about those success stories!
** Goal 1- 20 pounds
** Goal 2- get back down to wearing size 16 jeans
** Goal 3- normal blood pressure
** Goal 4- well below "One" Derland



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Posted: 06 May 2013, 12:24
Yay for you, CCerza! That must feel so amazing! I'll be so excited when I hit that threshold.

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Posted: 06 May 2013, 16:03
Excellent. Makes it all worthwhile, doesn't it?

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