Congrats on getting that 20 off and working on the 10. I hope you stick around and share your experiences with others here.
Whenever I think of a perfect hourglass shape, I always picture Barbara Eden. I was in a Halloween store this weekend and an "I Dream of Jeannie" costume. I think the ship has sailed for me to pull that off!
Every "body" has different vitamin needs so I suggest you run this question by your primary care physician. Never stop - or start - a prescription or over the counter medication or supplement without speaking to you doctor!
Check the WebMD Drugs & Medication guide here for more information about uses, side effects, precautions and dosage.
A back cover quote from WebMD's medical director & chief medical editor reads: "In The Hunger Fix, Dr. Peeke shows how the foods we eat can directly alter brain chemical messengers and why some find it so challenging to just say 'no' to sugary, fatty foods. More important, she offers solutions and tools to counter the vicious cycle of food addiction."
One of the tools Dr. Peeke strongly suggests in her book and in this community is WebMD's own Food and Fitness Planner. Many of you are already using the planner to get healthy, track your progress and stay motivated. If you're not using it, click the link and give it a try!
Congratulations Dr. Peeke and thank you for all you do for our community!
Woof woof over here....and congratulation on 30 days BDM! Stay the course!
The temptation to get off track because things are going so well is a struggle for me. Having kids is a huge motivator and helps me look at the "forest", not the trees. Not only do I want to stay healthy as I age, I want to set a good example for them. But, that doesn't always work day-to-day.
Thanks for posting this - hope more people chime in!
PS - I googled "Dog Days of Summer" and found interesting information about where that phrase came from here .View Thread