from Veronica: First Community I have ever joined. I am already enrolled in WebMD's Fitness/Diet program because I sincerely want to achieve a healthier lifestyle that will accompany me as I grow older/become more mature. WebMD has such a rich treasury of help/advice websites. I am going to try to not only track my food intake, but to login and read one of these websites when I am tempted to eat more than my day's goal of calories...AND I am going to try to remember to login to this Dieting Club EVERYDAY to keep track of my progress (I lost 6 lbs over 3 wks) and of my lapses (I gained 4 lbs back in the past week). In fact, that will be near the top of my Daily To-Do list. GREETINGS TO ALL! I AM REALLY GLAD TO HAVE FOUND THIS CLUB!
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