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Old Thu, Jan-31-02, 16:51
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Plan: Somersizing mixed with others
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Smile Hello everyone

Hello!! I'm new to this forum.......I am 7 weeks pregnant and today was my first day of ss'ing. I am of course not wanting to lose weight but would like a healthy gain not a HUGE one.

Are there any other pregnant somersizers out there??

I'm looking forward to posting and learning ALOT more about this program.
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Old Tue, Feb-12-02, 16:44
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Plan: Somersizing
Stats: 137/137/120
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Hi there, My only word of advice would be to check with your doctor about eating a low-carb diet during pregnancy. A growing baby needs many nutrients that are only found in fruits and vegetables including grains. Suzanne Somers' diet does include these but I think you will find that you're eating many more protiens than carbs. The health of your baby is more important than a huge weight loss/gain during pregnancy.
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Old Tue, Feb-12-02, 17:10
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 223/209/200 Male 73 in
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welcome sanzal.

Thanks for the advice. A doctor that knows the ins and outs of LCing is a definite benefit, but being monitored by any competent doctor is a must.
I'd sure be interested if there is a good LC approach to pregnancy.
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Old Sun, Feb-17-02, 10:45
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Plan: CAD + South Beach Diet
Stats: 230/177/160
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Location: Commonwealth of Dominica
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try www.suzannesomers.com.......the forums are filled with ssers of all types.great info and experience from pregnant ssers


this is a wonderful plan for pregnancy, with the sole purpose of nutriton instead of weightloss.
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Old Wed, Apr-10-02, 16:59
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Plan: Atkins
Stats: 167/160/130
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Location: I live in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.
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Bets of luck with your pregnancy....I have been married for a few years and my husband and I are thinking of starting our family soon...so every time I see or hear of a pregnant woman I get so happy for them!...How is it going so far...7 weeks...have you been sick at all?.....sorry for prying...I have a million questions about pregnancy...that I won't bother you with...

All the best!
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