For 2 days now I have not had access to my Food and Fitness log. I use this every day with great success. The web page will come us but is missing the line that allows me to access the page. Does anyone have a solution? Thank you.View Thread
I know not many have an issue with this. I need help and I guess someone in the same situation to help me gain weight. I have been underweight for 7 years now and I am trying what I can to gain weight. I have a husband trying to lose it and me trying to gain it and it isn't exactly helping me by trying to help him. Any help/advice?View Thread
So I have been slowly gaining weight over the past 20 years and decided to try to seriously lose weight. I've tried pills, I've tried changing some of the foods I've been eating but none of those worked. Well, I was on the right track with the foods, but I recently learned that while I was eating the right foods, I wasn't eating them right! A friend of mine reached out to me and told me about a program that has proven results, so I thought well I've tried everything else except surgery (which really doesn't fix the issue) so I'll give this a try. Well I'm happy to say that this is going on my 3rd week of the program and I've lost 7lbs and several inches (exact number to be found out this Sunday)! I learned how to eat properly, what foods to avoid and which ones to focus on. I also drink a super shake every morning and that in itself has done amazing things for my body! My digestive problems-GONE! Energy? Through the roof especially after my workouts! I feel better and I'm so much happier than I was before! I'm lovin it! I'll be sticking with this program for sure and if anyone else out there is serious about losing some weight and living healthier, then join me!View Thread
I had my gall stones and bladder removed 7 years ago, and although everything seemed to go back to normal, I developed one annoying thing that I never had.....gas!! It's like no matter what I eat, I get gas. I was never sensitive to diary or anything for that matter. And now I get horrible cramping, sometimes painful. Is there anything I can take as a daily supplement or just before meals? I didn't think I would have this problem so long after surgery.View Thread
Need to lose weight, recently quit smoking (4 months) - I have had a hard time with weight throughout my life...
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Need to lose weight, recently quit smoking (4 months) - I have had a hard time with weight throughout my life - if anyone has a helpful tip, or a diet plan they could recommend it would be appreciated.View Thread
I have been working out 5/week for months - both cardio and strength training. I have also been eating...
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I have been working out 5/week for months - both cardio and strength training. I have also been eating aaround 1350-1400 calories per day. I also recently cut carbs to under 100g a day. I have not lost any weight and am exhausted. I am not sure if I should be eating more in general to compensate for workouts, eating more carbs for more energy, or looking into potential thyroid issues. For reference I am around 145 lbs. My daily macros are around 100+ g of protein, 40+g fat, and 100+/- g of carbohydrates.View Thread
So I THINK I have dieting insomnia... I've been dieting for the last 3 months and have came from 240lbs down to 2310lbs. The problem I've been experiencing for the last few months, is that I can't seem to stay asleep, even with sleep aids. I exercise every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. I've had these sleep issues forever but they've gotten REALLY BAD, since I've started dieting! I'm loving the weight loss, feeling great! My back no longer hurts. My legs are stronger than they've ever been. Though I do still have this pot belly that I can't seem to get rid of, I look great! Ah yes.... The pot belly... How is it at 36 that I can't get rid of a pot belly, even with exercising and working out? That's something else I've always struggled with... Even when I was in school and weighed 145lbs, I still had that kinda poking out pot belly! NEVER been a beer drinker and drink socially, which even then, it's only a couple.... I digress... It's hard to stay on topic... So back to the topic, after researching, I've read that this Chromium Picolinate is supposed to help you not only sleep but also can possibly help with weight loss and energy levels, during the day. What I'm wanting to know, is if anyone else has used this supplement and if it's helped them the way I read it does.... I've bought some from Puritan's Pride this very morning and just prays that it works.... Even on sleep aids, I'm still having a hard time staying asleep at night. Woke up at 4 this morning to use the restroom and was wide away! Didn't turn the bathroom light on and didn't have anything distracting me or getting my brain going, such as cell phone, tablet, laptop or reading anything or doing anything that would otherwise break my sleep cycle. If you need anymore clarifying questions, let me know and I'll answer to the best of my ability.View Thread
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