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My Diet

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Heltemplaa

4 6 days ago
My 1st Week in.

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amandaJ69

2 1 month ago
Bread

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Mandydoll47

3 1 month ago
Tea/Coffee

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aamran2017

2 1 month ago
Nuts

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hairdos106

2 2 months ago
iPhone or iPad App?

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crdavis

10 2 months ago
Confused what to eat , what not to eat

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Lydia13

2 4 months ago
when to eat

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jsuzuki

2 11 months ago
Hello Just starting

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Ionarawls

2 11 months ago
Mum of three and new to the trim down club

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Pej1982

2 11 months ago
menu planner help

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caryl1205

5 1 year ago
A glass of wine maybe

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Isabellegab

2 1 year ago
Program?

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Lomabe

3 1 year ago
Moving on from Week 1

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jules247

6 1 year ago
Fat Storing to Fat Burning

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jules247

4 1 year ago

Moms on Diet

  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, ThinMaryJane. There may indeed be a greater chance of easier weight management with a healthier menu (i.e., higher score).

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  • Profile photo of thinmaryjane thinmaryjane

    Can anyone tell me if you have a greater/higher chance of losing weight with a higher "health level" for your menu?Can you lose more weight with a higher health level than a lower one?

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Amanda. Sauces are fine - that's why we give you a fat exchange at each meal. Seasonings such as hearbs and spices are "free."

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Heltemplaa. Congratulations on your progress! Sometime plateaus in weight loss do stop, and if you have been doing everything the same, it is usually a message to modify your exercise plan to wake up new muscles. If you have been walking, perhaps consider weight training (even just with water bottles or food cans), adding bursts of jogging to your walk (perhaps 30 seconds for every 5 minutes), or yoga-type exercises that work your hips and belly area. If you're interested in guidance, this may be a resource: http://oldschoolnewbody.com/v5/index.php?hop=b2cms&p=lookyounger

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