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Posted on Mon, Mar 21, 2005 10:51

Is anyone from the Los Angeles area and interested in weight loss?



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Posted on Sun, Apr 20, 2008 19:10

"The China Study" by T. Colin Campbell PHD. It will change your life. Good Luck



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Posted on Mon, Jun 19, 2006 03:23

I haven't read all the posts here just yet, but I'm dying to lose some weight. I'm 240 lbs at the moment, and gaining for reasons unknown. I'm a health food freak and and vegan at home, so it doesn't reallly make a whole lot of sense to me. I'm a zoology student and reasonably active but even when i was going to the gym 4 days a week for 3 hours I was maintaining, not losing weight. Would love some tips on how to lose those 70 extra pesky pounds! (I'd be contentish around 170 as I'm quite muscular at 5'7)



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Posted on Wed, Feb 08, 2006 22:28

Hi everyone,
I am new to the site but i just need some advice. i weigh 620 lbs. and no diets have worked or anything i just dont know what to do. If anyone has any advice to offer, I 'd love to hear it.



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Posted on Sun, Jul 31, 2005 21:31

Hi All:

New to here also, but wanted to comment about low impact exercise for people who are unable to engage in a high impact exercise program. I've been in the rehab medical field for many years, so am extremely familiar with the medical conditions that will not allow certain types of exercise.

I have taught a Queen Size Belly Dance (Maharani Belly Dancers) exercise class through the years and it works for so many people! No impact, gentle movements combined with cardio really gives one a workout. And never let ANYONE say "it looks so easy"

My theory was that ladies of any size and fitness level would enjoy learning some of the movments and exercising at the same time. (No costumes or performances required...just a willingness to participate and a sense of humour). And I ended up with ladies of ALL sizes (even slim) and ages 14 through 73!

I haven't given the classes for over a year (due to schedule conflicts, etc.), but have started looking around for a place to hold them again.

There are some great Belly Dance videos/DVDs out there. I prefer the twins (Neena and Veena) 'Slim Down' to start off with. I became acquainted with the gentleman who does a lot of the music for their videos and have all of his CDs.

Belly Dance as an exercise is truly a great alternative to consider. And do I even have to mention the reaction you get when you casually bring it up in a conversation with a gentleman?



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Posted on Mon, Jul 25, 2005 06:59

Hi everyone, I'm brand new to this sight and could sure use some help. I have been large all my life but am now starting to worry about my health.I have Fibromyalgia and am now suffering from chronic back pain. I once belonged to Curves and loved it,what a great place, but my back put a stop to that. Since then the pounds have been creeping back on and I am felling worse as the days go by. If anyone has any REAL suggestions or advise , I'll take it.

  


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Posted on Fri, Jul 22, 2005 07:34

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Posted on Wed, Jul 20, 2005 00:09


smiles23 write:
Aijin- congrats! I am so proud of you- not just for the weight loss but for standing with your chin up! Keep up the amazing attitude, and you will meet your goals- no matter what they are or how they change on the journey there!

Congrats!!!!!!

smiles


Thanks so much. It's just amazing and overwhelming, having to start my life all over again. But you know something...it's a lot of fun too!


Cindismiles write:
Jijin.............that is wonderful the way u have taken control and made the changes u wanted to make for yourself and the surprise on your ex's face was just a bonus for u!! Congrats to u!!

I know what works for me (vegan only) and I have lost wt......... but........then I mess up and I start gaining again......but lots of luck to u! Cindi


Thanks. I go back to Court in September for part two of my merits hearing. I can't wait to see his face then. I'm starting to work with weights and tone. *VOGUES* OH yeah...heyyy...gonna rub it in his face...*L* No, but really this time! I'm bringing my camera!

Thank you both again for your words of encouragement! I hope that life is going well for you and everyone else that reads these threads. PEACE!

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Posted on Tue, Jul 19, 2005 09:18

"hi have always been a lover of big beautiful women , i would love to have one of any race to be my girl friend and hopefully my wife.
I'm 34, Heavy-set brown hair, green eyes with glasses. I'm disabled & Diabetic enjoy movies, going out, long walks, cuddling with that special someone.
if your the big beautiful women that looks at the inner person



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Posted on Tue, Jul 19, 2005 05:44

I'M richie 34 6"4' 422 LBS WORKING TO LOSS SOME MORE WEIGHT,

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Posted on Tue, Jul 19, 2005 05:40

I'M richie 34 6"4' 422 LBS WORKING TO LOSS SOME MORE WEIGHT,

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Posted on Tue, Jul 05, 2005 18:25

My simple weight loss method wass to get away from the enviorment that made me so depressed! Aside from being abusive, my ex-husband was a real @$$ about my weight. His ragging on my weight after I had our second child and then his abusive temper turned on my children and I decided I had enough. I was 310lbs when I seperated.

I consulted a doctor and was started on Phentermine a year and a half ago. I dropped to 250lbs! That's 60lbs!!!

Then I decided that I would stop taking the medicine. So I did, I got onto a regular diet. I started studying jeet kun do and archery. I also started dancing! I was able to eat carbs in moderation and I only drink water. I got rid of sodas and kool aid. Eat more fruits and vegetables and I've dropped down to 220lbs!

When I walked into the court room for my merits hearing, my ex's chin fell to the floor. It's a memory I will never forget and for the first time I was able to look him in the eye and not be reduced to tears by the memory of his hurtful words. I don't think he realized I had this much strength within me.

My ultimate goal is 180lbs. I am determined to meet that goal in another 6 months and then I'll be ready to tear up the dating scene.

Surrounding myself with people who have positive outlooks and the same determination to succeed is also a factor in my new outlook on life.

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Posted on Fri, Jul 01, 2005 15:59

Hi, everyone has anybody heard of the Wendie Diet? It's based on the weight watchers flex point plan. It was created by a lady who stopped losing weight on weight watchers and realized by fluxuating your daily point allowances you can continue to lose a couple pounds a week. My sister and I discovered it in First magazine and are trying it to loose weight. In the past three weeks I've lost 6 pounds and my sister has lost 11. If you want to find out more about it just look on the internet for "Wendie diet plan" on the site she tells her story and how to use the plan.



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Posted on Wed, May 25, 2005 21:02


HealthyM write:
Hey everyone Im new here but I thought I would let you ladies know that I just lost 14 lbs in 10 days and 31 in 28 days with no exercise I am so excited because I have been overweight my whole life and I now Know I can reach my goal!! The inches are flying off like Ive never seen and I havent even been exercising but I think I will be able to start soon!! Talk to you soon



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Posted on Sat, May 21, 2005 18:09

I seriously need to start dieting/exercising again. I lost 90 lbs once ..cutting carbs etc. I've gotten lazy lately and the lbs have been creeping up again. I just wish i had a work out partner. Where are all the Philly Folks? Especially in NE Philly? If your out there and feel like losing weight together IM me or send me an email.



Talk to ya soon xo

  


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Posted on Fri, May 20, 2005 03:05

Hello everyone. I'm new here and I would like to say the older you get the harder it takes the weight to come off. I've been there and done it. I have had to constantly watch my weight most of my life. I stayed active while attending college. I took all kind of physical activities that I know would make me have a good work out. When I was younger I was self motivated, I didn't need that extra push. But in the last six years I was going through some things and I was stressing. I put on so much weight without really realizing it. I went to look at some of the clothes in my closet and tried to put them on man oh man I could get nothing pass my thighs. I knew it was time to do something about it. I use to be very active, I went to the gym 4 to 5 times a week and worked out for 1 1/2 and swam for another hour. I felt so good about myself until I had my last child everything shattered for me. All it has done was made me stronger. Now I'm back in the gym doing my thang. But very now and then I do need that extra push. For all of you that's trying to lose weight let's visit the forum frequently and motivate each other. Good luck to everyone! (I will post a picture soon, I need to find one to post.)



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Posted on Fri, May 06, 2005 07:20

your right I am selling somthing....Real Estate if you know anyone in the area looking. Please give them my name!!



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Posted on Thu, May 05, 2005 16:18

HealthyM, what's your secret?



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Posted on Thu, May 05, 2005 13:33

Hey everyone Im new here but I thought I would let you ladies know that I just lost 14 lbs in 10 days and 31 in 28 days with no exercise I am so excited because I have been overweight my whole life and I now Know I can reach my goal!! The inches are flying off like Ive never seen and I havent even been exercising but I think I will be able to start soon!! Talk to you soon



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Posted on Tue, May 03, 2005 07:34

Hey I'm up for dieting I need to shift a few extra pounds. I have just joined this workout called "Body Jam" it's great. It last for an hr and basically your dancing to music. They're fun routines, none you would take with you to clubs though! You get through about 6 songs in the hour with a little rest between each one. I have been doing it for 3 weeks it's all i've changed in the way of my lifestyle , although it has taken 3 weeks to see any results, I've lost 7lbs now!
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