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CindyJan posted:
Good morning or should I say afternoon almost, it is 11:30am. Hi I am new to this group. I hve been looking for a place that has people who need to lose 100lbs or more, so glad I found this. Have been over weight since I got helath problems 15 years ago. I need to loose this wiehgt so I can live a little longer. woulod appericate any help anyone can give me an need peopele to talk to about how hard it is to do. Thanks
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foodadvenger responded:
Cindy , You come to the right place. Great folks here. Start reading and replying. It is great what you learn. Nice to meet you > Steph
 
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blondie454u responded:
It is hard but it does get easier as you get into it. You have to make slow steady changes so the changes will become habits. Eat whole natural foods. No process foods.
Amber CW 135-139 maintaining, SW 250. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. 1Cor. 13:7
 
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jis4judy responded:
Hi Cindy welcome aboard Amber gave you great advice
take it slow and easy start with a few changes and tweak the program as you go along eating as healthy as possible .
Hugs Judy
SW 247 CW 150ish maintaining

Remember the Gold is not in the prize it's in the Journey
life may not be the Party we expected but while we are here we may as well dance



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