Hi if removeing weight and keeping it off is your goal then you have to make a life style change there is no going back to old ways . so make a plan you can live with for life that includes good for you foods ... the usual lean meat fruits vegies fat free dairy whole grains nuts in moderation .. include an occasional favorite it helps with the feeling of being deprived .. make an effort to eat proper portions ... It is helpful to weigh and measure all the meats a fruits nuts etc ,, I am useing fitday.com to log foods and exercise I also like that I can monitor the nutrition too . include some exercise whatever you will do thats the best exercise something you can and will do... I walk for my primary exercise welcome aboard keep us posted on how you are doing and remember if you don;t buy something you cannot eat it so start in the grocery store read labels stay away from proccessed foods if it has too many ingrediebts don;t buy it Hugs Judy:)
SW 247 CW 153ish maintaining
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