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bonthronm

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Posted: 26 Jul 2012, 21:07
Any good idea for some low calorie foods?
Lolly
Hoser

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Posted: 26 Jul 2012, 21:13
Vegetables, fruits, eggs.
bonthronm

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Posted: 26 Jul 2012, 21:26
Okay i have a question they say my recommended calorie intake should be 2800 so i have been trying to keep it under 2000. Is this a good thing i am doing?
Lolly
Tjscopemonke...

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Posted: 26 Jul 2012, 22:38
I started a pound heavier than you and had the same RDI I do 6 days a week of 1200-1400 calories and one day of 1600-1800 calories. This along with walking an hour a day has led to me losing 18lb in the last month. Just what has been working for me.
puddin pie

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Posted: 26 Jul 2012, 23:02
I would say your calorie intake would be adjustable according how fast you want to loss the weight.But,I have found the slow and steady path works the best.You shouldn't have to go hungry or get board with say 2000 to 2200 cals, One lb a week is about what you will lose per 3500 cals you give up in that week..Wishing you well!!
bonthronm

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Posted: 26 Jul 2012, 23:37
Thanks guys for your help I weigh my self again tonight so I am hoping to see some kind of loss. We will see. I know it does not happen over night. I wish..
Lolly



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