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|Member Since||Mar 9, 2006||Female | Send Message|
|Last Login||Apr 23, 2007|
Entry on Mar 23 2006 11:28
|My new favorite snack!
Entry on Mar 13 2006 14:00
Hello everyone! I am 32 years old, never married, no kids and I've been feeling my metabolism slowing down for years. I'm 5'4" and I recently reached my highest weight of 154 lbs. Four years ago I watched what I ate very carefully and I went from 140 to 120 lbs. I felt GREAT at 120!! It was hard work and after that I stopped paying attention to what I ate... and it shows, here I am only 4 years later I've gained 34 lbs. That's a lot of weight in a short period of time. I've had problems with sleeping too much, and other small health problems that I think can be related to diet. I've decided to substitute natural foods for all of my snacks and stop eating at Taco Bell and Pizza Hut for lunch. For most of my life I've never packed a lunch or planned meals, just grabbed whatever was convenient because "I don't know what I'll be in the mood for at lunchtime!" I'm such a child. I'm grateful to have a place to talk to people with similar interests. And I'm sure I need the help staying on course! I haven't eaten meat since I lived on a farm when I was 14 years old. (Coincidence? Nope!) I still eat dairy products and now I'm trying to eat more natural, organic choices. I'm still learning what's good and what's bad for me, but life is a learning process. Let's get this weight off!!
|Interests||6: hockey, movies, nutrition, reading, spending time with friends., travel|
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|Supporters|| 12: alanna7777, devwo05, firefightra, lazyhydra, lollipopfairy, melcroteau, moonsky9, my5sky, qween, saspaulding, secret_squirrel, stainofmind
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