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2Good4us

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Posted: 07 Sep 2012, 07:53
Hi Everyone. It is now September, summer is over. I have to admit I got way off track over the summer. I have revised my weight loss to a realistic goal. I am back at zumba classes 2 times a week. I am ready to lose my poundage. I have crohns disease and have to be very careful of what I eat. For example I can eat lettuce salads, however not daily. Does anyone have any lunch time suggestions for me. I could use some help. Raw veggies can be eaten about the same as lettuce salad.I will try anything.
eKatherine

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Posted: 13 Sep 2012, 21:35
Do cooked vegetables bother you? There is no harm in eating cooked vegetables rather than raw if your health limits your raw vegetable intake.



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