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  1. SadieLizz's Avatar
    YUMMY !! Thank you for the tip !!
  2. RahEast's Avatar
    Me oh my!!! This is exactly the kind of recipe I was looking for. I call myself a spice-a-holic because I love just about
    everything I eat to be peppery and hot. About the only way I can get through this diet is to at least thoroughly enjoy the dinners
    that I prepare for myself. I just know this will be one of my "go to" favorites! Thank you for sharing!
    I'm betting that finely diced chicken would work with this also.
  3. SonoCindy's Avatar
    Sounds yummy! I'll have to give this one a try. Thanks!
  4. mandeloo's Avatar
    I was 23 when I met my then 40 yr old husband. It's a damn sexy age for a man. Seems to be the magic age when he finally opens his eyes. This is my second marriage and I love him more than I did the day I married him. It only gets better from here.
  5. itsybitsy's Avatar
    Selah.
  6. Cassanina's Avatar
    That's really cool! I am gonna save this!
  7. Sjcondon's Avatar
    Beautiful!
  8. shadowcat410's Avatar
    That's awesome!
  9. BeachBaby's Avatar
    You have done an awesome job. You may not be where you want to be but you are where you are meant to be.
  10. jms's Avatar
    Thank you for your post and please know that you are not alone. I have been fat since I was 3. I remember weighing 140 in the 4th grade. On my 15th birthday I got my driver's license I weighed 310. I never weighed less than that until my first round of HCG in March. I was always made fun of, never dated. When I graduated nursing schoolin my 20's I was 500lbs. The dean told me I would never get a good because of my weight. I was suicidal at that point. Through the years I have had 3 weight loss surgergies and almost died twice. After getting and surviving cancer 3 years ago I decided to live my life "as is". I ended up meeting my future husband at 45, married at 46, and having a great life at 47. My husband and I have made a committment to get healthy together and are thrilled with results we have gotten with HCG. 40 is just the beginning- it gets better and better as you go!
  11. Heidi Kate's Avatar
    I'm going to be 50 in November and still have 80 pounds to lose. But I've lost 40 pounds from my highest weight ever and I'm excited about the future. We're still young
  12. quelsen's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by DG Brz
    40 is nothing more than 40, just a number. Don't let the numbers scare you. I feel like 40 and up was great for me because I realized then that I did not give a s*** to what people thought of me, but what I thought of myself. Im 46 and I still celebrate every year. Best wishes and Happy Birthday!
    Thanks
  13. DG Brz's Avatar
    40 is nothing more than 40, just a number. Don't let the numbers scare you. I feel like 40 and up was great for me because I realized then that I did not give a s*** to what people thought of me, but what I thought of myself. Im 46 and I still celebrate every year. Best wishes and Happy Birthday!
  14. LisaAPB's Avatar
    ;-) Last week I was cleaning & organizing my home office and I found three different book lists I'd made in the past. So much to read, so little time.

    RE: Catching Fire. Let me know what you think. I read something interesting about how cooking food added to "energy stability" for humans because the act of cooking makes it so our bodies don't have to work as hard to digest the food. Made sense to me.
  15. Heidihcg's Avatar
    Very true, the pounds and inches tell us we must weigh are selves every morning, I feel this approach will keep people more sane lol and I definitely feel changes in my body, how I move easier, and I sleep better. I know I'm losing inches cause I see a smaller me.
  16. julief's Avatar
    This info is exactly what I need to read. Your post yesterday was too. I have been eating and getting so much healthier, but I still hang on every number the scale says. I need to learn to respect my body, and just do what is right for it, and not stress
  17. browniepts's Avatar
    Great post!
  18. jlr331's Avatar
    Great information and I completely agree with everything you have said! That is the reason I dont weight myself everyday only once and awhile because im going to obsess over it
    Plus when you do weigh yourself everyday and dont see a loss it ruins your whole day!
    Thank you, reading this has really made me feel better.
    P.S. CONGRATULATIONS on your LOSS!
  19. TangleMKB's Avatar
    Interesting info and insights. Thanks for sharing, going to check out my library for more info! Not sure I could do 100% by any means, but even 85% to 95% compliance would have to make huge difference maybe lead to better health for my family. Will depend on how well DH takes the idea... giving up tortilla chips and hot sauce isn't on his wish list of things to ever do! Can't say I blame him. I am missing sour dough bread pretty bad right about now! LOL! But I am seeing the general benefits of P3 eating as a long term option with nominal treats at times. We will see how I manage on P4 I guess. Thanks again for sharing!
  20. kylee's Avatar
    I was told to check you out that you had alot to lose, My name is Kylee and I have over 200 pounds to lose, I am day 19 in and have lost 31 pounds. I am wanting to just stay on the drops at least for a few months. I was told not to, Can you tell me alittle about your journey
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