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even modest weight reducyion can take pressure off knees
jis4judy posted:

this link is for those of you with knee issues

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

mog1026 responded:
Thanks Judy! You are so right!
Kathy SW 235.1 CW 216.4. GW 165

Greedily she ingorg'd without restraint,
And knew not eating Death
Milton, Paradise Lost
parakeet210 replied to mog1026's response:
This moment is your life, choose to live it. Grab all the gusto you can!!!

tweety 'keet'

SW 264.0. GW. 170 CW 255.4
shelsangel responded:
Thank you Judy for the link. Good information. HUGGS Jean
Everything happens for a reason. HUGGS, Jean
SW 301.2 CW 279.4 GW 165 could change after I reach it :-)
stellagonzalez responded:
It's because your knees gets weak day-by-day with lack of vitamins.
rohvannyn replied to stellagonzalez's response:
Not sure how weight reduction has anything to do with a lack of vitamins making your knees weaker... could you be responding to a different thread?

To the orignal poster, it's nice to know how even a little weight loss can improve things. The pressure on the knees can be tremendous. I think of it this way... if I am carying a fifty kilo pack, even taking off five kilos of that will feel good!

'Your focus determines your reality.' -QGJ

'Try not. Only do.' --Y

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