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5/30/12 10:47 P

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Losing weight is hard. Being fat is hard. Choose your hard.
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5/27/12 8:19 P

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In the last discussion, I mentioned how well I was doing following complete knee surgery, being taken off all meds (except nutritional supplements), and being put on maintenance level lyme medications (isn't that where we ultimately want to end up?) I thought that since I was doing so well and was had much of my old self back that I did not want to lose any of that by going back on the heavy drugs. Since the ultimate goal is maintenance, I told the Dr that was where I wanted to start. So far, after 2 months, I'm still basically the same. There are a few lyme issues trying to creep up, and I will mention these to the Dr, but all in all, I'm still doing well, Praise God! Everyone is different, but this offers hope for me since prior to the surgery, they were tailing about about inserting the port. Not now!




My 132 pounds was as of December. When I started with SPARK I was at 130. With SPARK, focus on protein, gluten free foods, and Jakes exercise program, I've lost 11 pounds and am down to 119! Pushing for 160/170

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