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Front Office Assistant at a busy, 3 doctor veterinary office for over 20 years.

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BROOKLYN_BORN
2/7/2016 7:06:52 AM

Thanks for the goodie. Dancing? Probably not - too clumsy, but I'll look good as a wedding guest!



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CATSERVANT
2/4/2016 8:53:37 AM

Yes! I think it's key that we don't eat "diet meals". No snacks means the 3 plates have to be substantial enough to hold us for hours. I'm focused on making sure I get some protein and fat with every meal...I think it helps!! emoticon



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IMAVISION
2/3/2016 11:01:50 PM

A breakfast that sticks with me consists of fried egg whites & fresh veggies &/or fruits - if a sliced apple, then I spread a small amount of peanut butter (ground peanuts with nothing added) on a few of the slices. I know each body works differently; however, you may wish to try this. If you choose to do so, I sure do hope it works for you.

God bless!

Ima



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MORTICIAADDAMS
2/3/2016 8:51:13 AM

My step mom was Italian and her parents owned an Italian bar/cafe. So I was exposed to really good Italian food but strangely don't love it like a lot of people. I don't like tomatoes and am not a fan of red sauce. I do prefer homemade pasta and my mom and, of course, my step mom's family made that but commercial pasta doesn't appeal to me as much as it does some people. My hubby makes fantastic homemade bread but, thankfully, not very often.



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MORTICIAADDAMS
2/2/2016 8:20:56 PM

Bread is so much a part of our culture. Growing up we actually didn't eat much bread, nor things like cereal, doughnuts, milkshakes, etc. My mom didn't fix stuff like that and I was thin all my life until after menopause. At some point carbs crept in and now I'm a ball of lard. LOL.



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