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sbarnes

Joined: Dec 06
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Posted: 14 Dec 2006, 14:11
My name is sbarnes and I am a wife and mother for many yrs. I am 36yrs old and love to work with young people. I have never diet before so this is new to me. My goal is to feel better about myself and look good. I am also looking to change my eating habits. So as I start something new I hope to stay with this and not ge discourage. I know that I can conquer what ever I put my mind to and hoping to do just that.


I will bless the lord at all times his praise shall continue to be in my mouth.


Sharonda Barnes
Mary2

Joined: Sep 06
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Posted: 15 Dec 2006, 16:05
Hey there, good luck. A long term approach is always best. Slow and steady always wins the race.

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mary2 the incredible disappearing woman
Dave

Joined: Dec 06
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Posted: 18 Dec 2006, 10:44
I was on Atkins once before and it worked. Although,it was difficult to keep to the diet. After 3 months of nothing put low carb meals and I was ready for some taste. But when I quit I gained all the weight I lost right back. Be strong, this diet really works. This time I'm going to try to use new recipes to add some color to the diet. Dave
Dot

Joined: Oct 06
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Posted: 19 Dec 2006, 19:30
It sure does work, hands down, slam dunk. Very Happy



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