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Old Wed, Jan-24-18, 17:35
ittybee ittybee is offline
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Plan: atkins
Stats: 130/130/110 Female 5 1
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hi

i am not new to the low carb life. i started back in 2004/2005
i was even a member of this board but for the life of me i can't remember my user name so why not start fresh

after being stuck in a rut for a long time - i am finally back on track
i remember how helpful this board used to be for me so i came back!

look forward to getting to know you!

bee
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Old Wed, Jan-24-18, 20:25
Joanna J Joanna J is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 124/122/113 Female 62 "
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Progress: 18%
Location: Maryland
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Welcome back! we have fairly similar goals
Best of luck to you
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Old Thu, Jan-25-18, 02:34
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Plan: atkins 20
Stats: 127.6/106.2/110 Female 5' 2"
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Progress: 122%
Location: Canada
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Morning Bee and Joanna, Welcome to you both. I'm sure you will find all the support you need here, I know i have, I find keeping track of everything I eat helps as well as posting here regularly is a benefit. Best of Luck to you both, stop by mu Journal sometime, I love company, ttys
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bworthey bworthey is offline
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Plan: Low carb
Stats: 352/346/240 Male 5 feet 6 inches
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Progress: 5%
Location: Nettleton, MS
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Welcome back! I just made a very similar post! Good to know I'm in good company with folks starting over
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Old Mon, Feb-26-18, 19:53
suey123 suey123 is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 165/160/145 Female 5'3"
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Read the original Atkins book in 1972. Didn't go with it until the 90s and lost 35 pounds in 4 months and kept it off until the mid 2000s. Stressed out in 10s and now back on Atkins since February 2018 and lost 4 pounds in a month. OK with that because I know when I do something wrong. I will stay on Induction for quite sometime until I am comfortable again and lose at least 10 pounds more and then move to owl. I know how to maintain and I also know when it goes off the rails.
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Old Mon, Feb-26-18, 20:06
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robynsnest robynsnest is offline
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 336/286/199 Female 5'11"
BF:Losing it....
Progress: 36%
Location: Canada ay?
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Great to have some company on this very exciting journey,looking forward to getting to know yo, we CAN do this....
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