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  • v KALIGIRL
    Joined the Flexitarians - have limited time to help, but would be happy to do what I can.
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    1870 days ago
  • v CETANISTAWI
    Thanks for stopping by! emoticon
    1873 days ago
  • v LIVEDAILY
    Thank you for visiting my blog, and for the encouragement. It's greatly appreciated!
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    1873 days ago
  • v FIFIFRIZZLE
    Big congratulations with your progress, it's great to drop some extra weight even if as you say it is a lot of fluid. It still is less to carry around and less inflammation.
    On fasts it is advised to eat 1/4 of your normal calories, check out the Fast Diet web page for a handy calculator that tells you the calories you should eat on fast and non fast days.
    It's good to see you sounding so happy! Keep up the great work!
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    1877 days ago
  • v FIFIFRIZZLE
    Beck says the scale simply reflects the results of our eating and is an instrument we can use to helps us to adjust to suit. We need to cultivate a neutral attitude to the scale. It can be done!
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    She says to make graphs to record five pound losses. And start a new graph each time we release five pounds. If we have these small goals and refresh them regularly, it does feel better.
    Every time you do a helpful behaviour, tell yourself what a good job you did. It's those little behaviours that will get the scale to shift.
    1882 days ago