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After all that, the answer was simple...

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LostInTime:
I guess my youthful metabolism did not die, it was just hidden underneath all of the garbage I was eating.  I have cut out fast food, sodas, and candy and *boom* I lose 9 pounds in less than a week.  Still need to work in some fruits and veggies but definately feeling better.

The big drawback is that I just got new pants and I have to now wear a belt to keep them on and in a few weeks they will not fit at all.

Well time to go out and take a stroll.

TTFN

lolli:
Lit have you tried riding a bike?
you dont need to go off road riding though its is fun.
A bike connected to a turbo machine and turn the music upppp or watch the television.
Naaa turn the volume up and do some reps, just gentle spinning will help the weight drop.
After a 30 mile hard mountain bike ride I can drop 3lbs.
Swimming is good as well.
And there is nothing like a girl with tonned calfs in heels  :o !!

I'll get my coat

RebeccaFog:

Excellent, LIT.

   I did the same a few years back. Just cut out the garbage (except chocolate - my inner Doctor prescribes it). And I added walking too. It doesn't really take much. I think our youthful metabolisms just need to be revved up a little.

  Keep up the good work.

nonie:
My bf cut out fast food and pop, and dropped 30 lbs really fast...  I don't remember how fast anymore (bad with times and dates) but it was really fast, like a pound a day.

VeryGnawty:

--- Quote from: Mikko on November 07, 2006, 03:34:43 pm ---My bf cut out fast food and pop, and dropped 30 lbs really fast...  I don't remember how fast anymore (bad with times and dates) but it was really fast, like a pound a day.

--- End quote ---

The first time I did a major elimination diet, I lost 30 pounds in two months.  I kid you not.

I'm thinking about doing it again.  After all the food experimentation I've done recently, I feel like <poo>.  I really just need to keep it simple and avoid social eating.  Anytime I've done something simple, I feel great.  I swear I could live on oatmeal and orange juice.

Also keep in mind that I am not a large person by any means.  At the time, thirty pounds was about 20% of my total body weight.

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