personally, absolutely no carbs after 6pm. meals in general, nothing after 8pm. I've done the no carbs after 6pm for Lent, and successfully lost weight without feeling like I was on a diet. Success to you! View Thread
Have you found a means for success on losing the weight? I'm 47 and need to lose 20# myself... I would love to hear any input you have for successfully losing the weight without starving oneself I exercise 3-4 times weekly, 30 min each, and am fairly active. Thank you!View Thread
Lisa0202, new too was wondering what you've done differently since your first posting, that has helped you lose the 10 lbs. Eating less? and/or exercising harder? (ie: jogging/boosting your heart rate higher then previously?) I am looking for how to get the best results myself... Thanks & Best Wishes to you in your continued Success!View Thread
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