Food Facts TV shares educational videos to explain controversial ingredients and teach label reading skills needed to become a smart consumer. Its a great way to find out whats really in your food. For more information you can also log onto the site Foodfacts.com.View Thread
Does fatigue drag you down day after day? Do you have brain fog, weight gain, chills, or hair loss? Your thyroid gland could be to blame. This great regulator of body and mind sometimes goes haywire, particularly in women. Getting the right treatment is critical to feel your best and avoid serious health problems.View Thread
Visit Janice Taylor's site, and sign up for the "Kick in the Tush" club. You'll receive a helpful email each week full of humor, tips, advice, and healthy recipes to try. Her cheerfulness is definitely helping me shed pounds!View Thread
I've read all of these in the past couple of weeks, and they have really been changing my outlook on myself and my weight issues. I have given a couple of these books to friends who are also enjoying them. Just thought some of you folks might be interested!View Thread
My story is I just woke up one day and decided I was tired of being fat. I got tired of wishing that I was skinny girl. Like when I would go to the store or to work I would see a girl that was skinny and I would be like I wish I could look like that. I finally realized that I had to do something about it. I joined Web MD and got a lot info from a lot of really nice people that helped me along my journey. When I first started in 12/2007 I weighed 250lbs. I now weigh 143. I am still working on losing 13 more pounds. It took me a little longer to lose it than most because I wasn't willing to give up certain things. I eventually realized in order to get where I wanted to be I would have to. I can say now that I feel so much better about myself and most of the time when I see those foods that I wasn't willing to give up, I say to myself that I don't need you. It doesn't always work but hey we all have faults and you are going to make mistakes all the time. The key is to pick up where you left off and keep going.
I weigh 141 this week. 11 more pounds to go to my goal weight.
I weigh 137 this week. 7 more pounds to go to my goal weight.
I weigh 136 this week. 6 more pounds to go to my goal weight.
I weigh 133 this week. 3 more pounds to go to my goal weight.
I reached past my goal weight of 130. I weighed at 129 today. I've lost a total of 121.
My diet consist of lean meats, fresh or frozen veggies and fruits, beans, low fat or fat free dairy, whole grains, and nuts. I exercise on most days doing a combination of yoga, pilates, and walking. If I left anything out or you have questions just let me know. I would be glad to help out.
The top pictures are before and the bottom one is after my weight loss journey.
Portion control is a critical part of successful weight loss and weight management. The WebMD Portion Size Plate gives you easy-to-understand guidelines to help you avoid some common portion-size pitfalls.View Thread
Hi if anyone is interested in seeing my food journal on fitday this is the link Louise thought it would be good to post it as a l resource/ I am a very heavy on fruit... not good for diabetics... if anyone is diabetic it would be good to post their journal too because mine is just my way of eating healthy Hugs Judy:)View Thread
A diet designed to help lower blood pressure may also boost brainpower.A new study shows the DASH diet in combination with regular exercise improved mental activity by 30% in overweight adults compared with those who didn’t diet or exercise. The DASH diet was developed by the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension study and emphasizes low-fat dairy products and low-cholesterol foods as well as carbohydrates and fruits and vegetables .View Thread
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