http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/500-low-sodium-recipes-dick-logue/1102498786 See if this cookbook would interest you. There are plenty of delicious recipes in it and I believe that if you eat less sodium in your diet that your weight will begin to drop dramatically. But just know that exercise no matter how minimal is necessary. And there are so many ways to add a little "boost" to your exercise that isn't even exercise really. You can park farther away from the store, take the stairs instead of the elevator, eat somewhere farther from the kitchen that way you would have to walk all the way back into the kitchen if you wanted more which makes it less appealing to have to go get more food if you have to walk there, turn the tv off and listen to upbeat music which makes you less likely to want to eat more likely to get up and do something, and just go outside because the sunshine will soak into your skin and make you feel good, and you will be less likely to want to go back to the fridge. I know it will be a long hard journey but I believe that you can do this. Just posting this on here lets everyone know that you are strong enough to want to make a change, and the boost of confidence that everyone on here will give you will also allow you become more motivated to do something. So, congratulations and making the first step!!!!!!!View Thread
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