trouble is your are a very busy person! Easier to grab a doughnut or something sweet and quick than look at other options! First rid your home and fridge of any sweet and calorie laden stuff! And don't buy it, bad habits form early so your kids will thank you when they grow up lean instead of the downhill slide into obesity! Then get yourself a step counter, they are really cheap, in New Zealand they cost $9.99, with the US dollar probably 5 bucks! 10,000 steps a day sounds a lot but not if you say what you do! Next fill your fridge with whole foods, no packet stuff. Learn to cook lovely stuff from scratch! My husband was overweight when we got married, on my scrumtious cooking regime he became trim and healthy and at 67 still is! When you eat sweet stuff your body craves it, so when you are hungry it wants you to look for that! After a while of eating a bit of fruit, scrubbed carrot etc you will get horrible sweet gravings, but slowly that will go and you will enjoy how healthy you feel! And the cravings will go! I wish I lived nearer to you to guide you through, it is such a lot cheaper and easier than junk food and stuff that is precooked! So much salt to make crap taste good is pushing up your B/P as does your weight and soon you will have diabetes, kidney problems, knee problems and your heart will give out so think really hard what you want! I can't do it for you but I can guarantee it works! All love to you and if you want to email me for hints it is firstname.lastname@example.orgView Thread
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