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Thursday, November 10, 2016

Been doing pretty well on the program so far. I started out at 237 (not my heaviest which was 245) and now I'm at 223. I've been eating low carb, high protein, medium fats and limiting dairy as much as I can. I have PCOS and I shouldn't have dairy at all but, I love cheese and sour cream so I just keep it pretty limited. I have been getting in about 10 thousands steps a day or more. Burning about 2500 calories a day according to my fit bit. I keep my calorie deficit at about 600 or a little more on some days. So far everything is going pretty well. I am experiencing hair loss now due to PCOS. Hopefully, I can get some regrowth back but from what I've read about androgenic alopecia it's not likely. But, that's a problem for another day. Today is beautiful and I'm doing my best.
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    Hey...Spark People has become my support groups, for you see I am a recovering grease-holic. Yes, it is true if you can "fry it" I can "eat it".

    Seriously moderation is a very important key to being successful in our journey. One day at a time....Look for small victories...Look for non-scale successes.

    Spark People research has found that people who get involved in social teams tend to be more successful in their efforts.

    I want to personally invite you to join the "SparkPeople's Official Healthy Habits Challenge Team" at: http://teams.sparkpeople.com/SPOHHC there you will find others that will support you in your journey and you will be able to help others as well.

    Oh by the way...have you ever tried Fried cardboard, don't have much favor but a nice crunch....lol....Live life today.

    Remember: By Endurance we conquer-Shackleton

    John "Stay The Course"
    1624 days ago
    Sorry about your hair loss, I do low carb as well & it's working pretty well for me too!
    1624 days ago
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