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Sunday Thoughts April 18, 2021

Sunday, April 18, 2021


Today I went for a long walk in Midtown. I took the bus and got off early so I could walk. Our library is closed to indoor visits. I wanted a new self help book to read so went to.the Goodwill. I got a book written by the dietitian from The Biggest Loser show. I read a couple chapters of it and it is informative. I am also reading a book s Spark friend told me about " Good Food Bad Diet" that is really opening my eyes. I am learning so much. I think I will make an appointment with my nutritionist and get back to some serious weight loss again. I have been toying with losing the last twenty pounds to goal. It is time to start eating healthy and exercising every day but Sunday.
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  • OOLALA53
    Every author has a bias and will find evidence to support it. We are only ever getting the perspective of that person. The book The Hungry Brain helped me a lot as did the perspective in the system you know I used to lose my first 40 lbs., one that looked at how slim cultures eat. They do limit their foods but not to be skinny, but to really enjoy quality food.

    Hope this helps you come to a sense of balance no matter what you weigh.
    20 days ago
  • JUDY1676
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    26 days ago
  • PATRICIA-CR
    Good decisions, good book, good walk! emoticon
    26 days ago
  • PENNYSAVER2
    Best wishes to you. I have been stuck for months. I need to clean up my eating. I have 23 more pounds I want to get rid of.

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    26 days ago
  • THETROUT
    Way to go, Kathryn!!!
    26 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Good for you making an opportunity to walk! And getting self help books. Sounds like they've motivated you. Great!

    HUGS
    26 days ago
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