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    An_251660 posted:
    I I am 33 yr old female at 153 right now. Trying to get back down to 135 but am overcoming my relationship (sometimes neg. relationship) with food. But have always had success at weight loss by never eating a carb w/ out a protein. and eating often. hard boiled egg and yogurt for breakfast, 2 hb eggs mid-morning, an apple and dry roasted edamame (1 serving) for lunch or a variation of protein, serving of cheese and a protien mid afternoon, and veggies and a protien for dinner. If I stick to it and work out for an hr on the exercise bike plus lots of water and trying to stay active in any other way (keep moving). I am no RD or MD just someone who wanted to share how I do it!
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