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tlegerski

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Posted: 31 Aug 2012, 08:05
Ive been thinking about moving on to OWL, but Ive been on induction for 5 months. So, Im nervous about leaving this phase and worried about weight gain. Im hoping that someone could give me advice on how to transition with minimum/no damage lol. Thanks in advance!
GigiP

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Posted: 31 Aug 2012, 09:00
I did induction for about 5-6 months before moving on to OWL (started at 210 in 2010 and am now at 137). When you do decided to move on, add carbs slowly. I found that I need to keep my carbs to 20-30 even in OWL to keep losing. I am older and small so my losing is slow and my tolerance for carbs is pretty low. Everyone is different. Wishing you the best!
Gail aka GIGI to my Grandbaby!
tlegerski

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Posted: 31 Aug 2012, 09:09
Thank you so much GigiP. Im just nervous, but ready! Congratulations on your weight loss, thats awesome



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