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cutlassiv

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Posted: 15 Jun 2012, 09:58
i have 90 lbs to lose and i dont even know where to start.
gigi1960

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Posted: 15 Jun 2012, 13:32
Make a plan! Decide what diet you can follow and get started. Everyone has a reason to lose the weight...WHAT IS YOURS? That is your motivation. I started 1 hour at a time the first day...kept saying to myself "You CAN do this!" AND YOU CAN TOO!
I ATE myself into this problem...SO I AM EATING MY WAY OUT OF IT!
NCNOLE

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Posted: 15 Jun 2012, 16:13
Yep, slow and steady wins every time! If you take your time you will learn to eat right and you will learn how to eat to lose weight and keep it off. Find out what foods trigger you to over eat and avoid those foods. Other than that, you are going to have to figure out what works for you. I eat mostly veggies - large salad for lunch and dinner and then I eat whatever cooked veggies I have. This works for me, but you might like to eat more protein rich foods! Just log your meals and start moving more! You can do this. I have lost 75 lbs since Jan 2011 and have 20 lbs more to go, so I know how it feels. Just get started.
Hoser

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Posted: 15 Jun 2012, 17:05
Start by spending a week recording everything you eat in your diet calendar on here. Don't change anything, just record it all. That will probably be quite the eye-opener.



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