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Old Tue, Oct-23-01, 17:53
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Old Mon, Sep-30-02, 11:34
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Plan: the Schwarzbein Principle
Stats: 175/165/145
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The Schwarzbein Principle Way of Eating is excellent. It combines a healthy way to eat without ever feeling deprived. Eating a small amt of carbs at every meal makes alot of sense to me and is more manageable.
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Plan: Schwarzbein
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I love this eating plan! It's so easy to eat this way, even eating out, I know I can have approx. 1/2 a bread serving if I want and I don't worry about it. I don't eat a whole serving usually because I eat more often thru the day. I average around 60-70 grams of carbs a day and I'm losing weight quickly so far. I don't feel deprived at all. I'm more energetic, my mood has lifted, my skin already look better. I'm convinced this is a wonderful way of living!
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Plan: low to no carb
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Where can I find this book and plan for fairly cheap? I dont have alot of money so the more I can save the better I am. Thanks.
Kelly
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Old Fri, Aug-26-05, 08:38
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Plan: Atkins
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I have been following this plan for a week now based on the recommendation of my endocrine doctor. I love it except one thing...I need some more ideas for breakfast. (Other than eggs) I love eggs but need to break up the monotony once in a while. Any suggestions?
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Old Wed, May-09-07, 17:56
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Plan: Schwarzbein
Stats: 189/178/135 Female 5 feet 2 inches
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Location: Apache Junction, AZ
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I have been following this plan for a week now based on the recommendation of my endocrine doctor. I love it except one thing...I need some more ideas for breakfast. (Other than eggs) I love eggs but need to break up the monotony once in a while. Any suggestions?



As long as we have protein, veggies and 15 g. carbos we can have anything we want for breakfast. Try a smoothie using berries, whey protein powder which has carbs and protein, and plain yogurt. Add in some water and fruit juice( just a little though and be sure there is no added sugar).

what do you think? No veggies but lots of fruits.

have leftover dinner...

are you loosing weight so far?
spirit62
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Old Wed, May-09-07, 17:57
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Plan: Schwarzbein
Stats: 189/178/135 Female 5 feet 2 inches
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Location: Apache Junction, AZ
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Where can I find this book and plan for fairly cheap? I dont have alot of money so the more I can save the better I am. Thanks.
Kelly



try your local library.... Amazon.com has this book for sale or you might try ebay.
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Old Sun, Oct-28-07, 18:45
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Plan: Schwarzbein?
Stats: 250/189.5/150 Female 66 inches
BF:43%
Progress: 61%
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I'm going to start this plan. Are there still people around who are on it and liking it?
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Plan: ketogen
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is it all right use the carbs for fruit?
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