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Posted: 08 Apr 2014, 07:39
Thank you, Keld. That was sort of the take away I had. I just did my morning coffee with coconut oil again (convinced to give it another try) and I will hop on the treadmill. I'm only doing it for the calorie burn. I have really lost inches and toned up since beginning to alternate that with weight traninng every other day, so I will continue with that for the time being. But I will continue to study what Mike has to say. Believe me, I can USE that hour I spend on the treadmill and weight lifting in my life! But I also have to be absolutely convinced before I change it as they are both working for me now. As always, thanks so much for your help and guidance!
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Posted: 17 Jun 2014, 10:49
Bumping this back up to the top of the board for some friends who were asking... By the way, I have indeed begun to add coconut oil to my coffee on weekdays at work and it has helped me focus quite a bit. Thanks to all who responded and helped me on this.
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