Hi retired senior I do think age doesn;t matter on these booards everyone has some info we might need Congrats on makeing the decision to do something about your health and great start by the way 17 pounds is awsome keep at it and post often I find I do better when I post something daily . might be a victory or a struggle it helps to vent it ... Oh by the way I am 69 I have been on these boards for more than 9 years I mostly hang out next door at the 50 -100 pounds group just thought I would welcome you and wish you well. Hugs Judy;)View Thread
remember the gold isn't in the prize it is in the journey
sw247 crrent weight maintaining 152ish
Hi Louise I love useing spring mix with romaine sometimes add baby spinach slice red onion about 1/4 yellow pepper 5 thin slices cucumber 6 black olives one hot green pepper 1 small tomato I use diluted wish bone robusto Italian diluted with red wine vinager...half and half.. if I have it as a whole meal I add some canned white tuna it is pretty yummy and covers a lot of colors in my rainbow,,
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