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60 Day Challenge 2015!

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trim down club new member

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8 weeks

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4 1 month ago
* week plan

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1 1 month ago
2 Weeks In–Easy to follow and do

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Looking at a future week

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1 1 month ago
Feedback please

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4 1 month ago
Over 50 and Fabulous

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5 2 months ago
Materials available

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2 2 months ago
How much is a serving?

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3 2 months ago
Slow weight loss

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2 2 months ago
progress meter

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5th week – no great loss!!!

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60-Day Challenge

  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, crr1005. We haven't had the 60-Day Challenge as is, but it has been replaced by the 8-Week Program.

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, driekes, and congratulations on your progress! We wish you continued success. You can get more protein into shakes by adding freshly ground chia and flax seeds, peanut butter, yogurt or kefir, and using edamame as a vegetable.

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  • Profile photo of crr1005 crr1005

    Why is this forum dated for 2015? IS this program not updated?

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  • Profile photo of driekes driekes

    So it is 60 days in for me and I have finished my first eight week challenge. Now for the second. I lost 15 pounds so far. Exercise and diet. I am looking to mix things up with more pureed and drinkable shakes this time. How can I get more protein into shakes?

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