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Re: 25 miles a day? holy cow!!!
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Published: 18 years ago
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Re: 25 miles a day? holy cow!!!

ok, lets not argue about the mileage anymore, that is not going to solve anything.

There is some very valuable information available in the internet which is actually free. Try the diabetes association website. They have a wonderful diet on there that is easy to follow and very healthy. I know it sounds too simplistic but its not a fad diet where you need to eliminate certain foods completely or practically starve yourself. The 3 hour diet is very good too if you mix it with the one from the diabetes association.

Exersize is very important. I know you walk a lot during the day but people need the right kind of exercise as well. I realise that its is emotionally painful for you to walk outside but what about in your very own house? It is FREE! Can you walk in place for 15 min, while swining your arms? I have been doing this almost every second day and its actually quite fun. There are ways of getting around paying for things!

I think its very important to know what you are really eating as well. When started the 3 hour diet, I was amazed on what a portion size really should be! before I started measuring my food I was consuming 2 or 3 times the amount that I really need for a healthy diet! If you want to know more check out the three hour Diet Forum here or get the book from the library. Also the diabetes association diet helps alot with portion sizes.

Dieting is a struggle. And almost everyone who has ever started a diet can agree to that! The worst part of it is the realization of how much weight we have to lose. I find it easier to concentrate on just losing one pound. If I can lose that one pound then I concentrate on the next pound. It's really the only way I can stay sane. Since I started dieting earlier this spring (cant remember what date but I started with the 3 hour Diet Forum ) I only lost 8 pounds. That doesnt seem like a lot but there have been a lot of ups and downs and STRESS! But I would rather be 1 pound lighter than the same weight and growing.

What are your plans then? How do you plan on moving into the challenge?

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