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Old Wed, Apr-05-06, 22:35
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Plan: Control Carb-own program
Stats: 188/163/125 Female 5ft  3.5 inches
BF:?
Progress: 40%
Location: Port Orchard Washington
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I've been MIA for quite some time.I'll bet most of you don't know who I am. I royally fell off the wagon. I cannot believe I allowed myself to gain everything back and then some more. I could tell I was in trouble when the mood swings and the insatiable craving for sugar started again. I'm also an avid runner and my weight gain has started effecting my desire to go to the gym and hit the treadmill. The last time I was faithful I fashioned my own lc diet. I count carbs minus fiber and stayed at about 35 carbs a day. I also made sure I ate a protein at every meal and rounded it out with veggies. I also made sure I got at least one serving of lc fruit every day. It was working then I got derailed. . So anyway I'm going to make it work this time. I'll let you know how I am doing. Judy

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Old Thu, Apr-06-06, 06:41
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Plan: Vegetarian Atkins
Stats: 165/145/125 Female 60 inches
BF:29/25.2/24
Progress: 50%
Location: Tennessee/Iowa
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Old Mon, Apr-10-06, 19:44
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Plan: Control Carb-own program
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BF:?
Progress: 40%
Location: Port Orchard Washington
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I promise Scott, I won't block your driveway with my dead body(LOL). I couldn't anyway since I live in Washington. Seriously thanks for the welcome, I've been doing pretty good and have lost a few pounds and actually went out and ran 2 miles. I haven't had bacon for the worlds longest time since adapting vegetarian eating in 1982. Raised my 4 children vegetarian too. In fact my 10 grandchildren are vegetarian. How long have you been vegetarian? Are you lacto ovo, or vegan? We tend to be vegan I'm not sure I could even digest meat and dairy if I ate it. Hoping you are having a great day. Judy
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Old Tue, Apr-11-06, 06:18
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Plan: Vegetarian Atkins
Stats: 165/145/125 Female 60 inches
BF:29/25.2/24
Progress: 50%
Location: Tennessee/Iowa
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Hey Judy-

My name is not Scott. That is a quote from Scott Adams, the cartoonist who does Dilbert.

I am a ovo-lacto vegetarian and have been one about 11 years or so. I can never remember. Just be careful about the lack of vitamin B12 if you are not going to eat any dairy or eggs. A good multivitamin will help that.
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Old Tue, Apr-11-06, 21:09
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Plan: Control Carb-own program
Stats: 188/163/125 Female 5ft  3.5 inches
BF:?
Progress: 40%
Location: Port Orchard Washington
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My mistake, I didn't recognize that as a quote. It was just too good not to answer. No harm no foul. You are absolutely right about the B12. I found that out the hard way I started getting a tingling sensation in my hands when doing crafts. I started taking sublingual B12 and solved the problem. Sometimes our fellow vegetarians down play B12 but it is very important. Judy
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Old Tue, Apr-11-06, 21:49
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Plan: Vegetarian Atkins
Stats: 165/145/125 Female 60 inches
BF:29/25.2/24
Progress: 50%
Location: Tennessee/Iowa
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Oh I wasn't upset. I thought it was funny actually. It is a great quote, isn't it?
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Old Thu, Apr-13-06, 23:18
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Plan: Control Carb-own program
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Progress: 40%
Location: Port Orchard Washington
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Yes actually it is, Since I reread what you wrote it is a quote that you have on the tail end of all your comments, so the mistake was mine. Judy
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