I am trying to lose weight...but haven't been very successful lately. I found that my body is really out of...
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I am trying to lose weight...but haven't been very successful lately. I found that my body is really out of whack...I am very acidic. I am trying to eat better, and am taking supplements to counter this but I seem to be getting worse! Has anyone had this problem? What did you do to turn it around? I am a vegetarian so this surprised me. I also have high cholesterol...which I believe is hereditary. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I know I can't be young again, but I also don't want to "feel" old.View Thread
Hello, I use the food and fitness planner every day to help myself lose weight. I noticed a problem with it today. Right now where I track my food intake it is right around 1300 calories, when I go to any of the other screens it says I have eaten over 1500 calories. I calculated the calorie total to make sure that wasn't the mistake, but it came to be right around 1300. Anyone else having this problem is there any way to fix it? View Thread
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