LotusLandJoe
Joined February 2014
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Weight History

Start Weight
171.0 lb
Lost so far: 0 lb

Current Weight
171.0 lb
Performance: losing 0.0 lb a week

Goal Weight
160.0 lb
Still to go: 11.0 lb
not when anyone can google it

LotusLandJoe's Weight History


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LotusLandJoe's Cookbook

cals: 78kcal | fat: 1.08g | carbs: 16.25g | prot: 1.68g
Butternut Squash, Carrot & Yam Soup
Thick and rich satisfying soup.
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LotusLandJoe's Latest Posts

Over the hump
02 March 2014
Beginning month three today...wow, I just can't believe that I'm over half way there. All my 'skinny' clothes are fitting again, though a little tight but fitting all the same. 45 minute hard workouts are easy now, compared with a 20 minute lung-puking slog back in early January. No more waking up with a sore back every morning, can't remember when that stopped. Everyone here has shown me I have lots of company in this. Thanks for that !! Special thanks to the FatSecret website team for keeping this together, and helping us all be here, just couldn't do it without you. Huge kudos there.
posted 02 Mar 2014, 19:27
walking
I use these for upper body workouts, there are more than a dozen different things you can do with them, whatever works
http://www.thera-band.com/store/products.php?ProductID=45
posted 20 Feb 2014, 14:14
Organic Vs. Non-Organic
GM plants, such as soybean, corn, cottonseed, and canola, have had foreign genes forced into their DNA. The inserted genes come from species, such as bacteria and viruses, which have never been in the human food supply.
The human species has evolved over millions of years to process what has evolved beside us. GMO food has never been tested with the rigor that should be required and is now being found to be the cause of many health issues.
I find your comment not all that helpful.
The following foods are likely GMO. I think people need information so they can decide for themselves.
Soy, corn, canola, cotton, and sugar beets.
I personally try not to touch the stuff and would suggest that anyone who cares deeply about their health consider doing the same.
posted 02 Feb 2014, 08:09
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