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SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (201,289)
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11/27/12 3:41 A

I went to have a peek at your SparkPage to see when you joined, but you don't have one so I couldn't :-(

IF you are new to this (you have only made 3 posts so far) then it would be early days yet. A lot of people don't start showing a drop on the scales for a few weeks. Often what is noticed first is that clothes are fitting better, you have more energy, the condition of your hair/skin improves, and the quality of your sleep improves. All the scales reflect is a number. They don't show an improvement in BP, and they don't show an improvement with blood results.

If you have been on this journey for quite some time, it might be that you need to make some changes to your exercise regime, and if you aren't using your Nutrition Tracker, then weighing all your food for increased accuracy, and entering everything into it will be beneficial. You will be able to identify your problem areas with food and set about tweaking them to accommodate a healthier balance.

Good luck,

MPLANE37 SparkPoints: (71,796)
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11/27/12 2:29 A

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ANJANINACZA SparkPoints: (549)
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11/27/12 2:27 A


I don't know if it's the wrong diet or lack of exercise, what can you advice for this problem. It's really frustrating.

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