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kip1222

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Posted: 11 Feb 2008, 19:44
I'm looking for a new way of life, to heavy, hips hurt and I need to get this weight off! I was on the lawl(changed to Pure weight loss) and folded. I've checked into Jenny Craig. Yep I'm sure it works, just can't afford 80-100.00 a week for my food and my familys. I would like to check into doing weight watchers, I just don't understand the way the program works, the 2 different plans.
I do cook my own dinners most of the time, occasionally do the Mc D. run or B.K sometimes,on the weekend we eat Pizza. Any help or persausion(sorry spelled wrong) would be appreaciated. I reallyd don't know what way to turn. I do know this weight has to come off. Maybe somebody could give me some examples of their dinners, lunches, breakfasts etc... or how do you cook for your family and count points?
Confused..Confused I'm 240lbs and would like to be down to 160-170. I just want to be able to walk and not hurt and to be able to play with my 4 yr. old d/s.
Thanks for any imput.



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