Are You Constantly On A Quest For Lose Weight?

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Are you constantly on a quest to lose weight? Perhaps you step on the scales and you haven 't lost half as much weight as you would of liked, or perhaps you cheat a little and have a fatty meal. Before long you are on back to your old ways, and so the self promises and disappointment starts all over again. Does this pattern sound familiar? Many people fall into this trap, but don 't fully realize why, and sadly only a few ever break out of it. They tell themselves it was the wrong diet, or lie to themselves about it being their fault. However, the true reason lies with them - within their mind. In the patterns of behavior they have conditioned into themselves into over the years.. If you are always having a hard time trying to lose…show more content…
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As a single mom of four, I was finding it hard to lose all the belly weighed gained over six years. I was 130lbs before getting pregnant with my oldest. Six years later, I was 190 lbs, and feeling like a cellulite queen. (please, no offense if you are larger). I had to do something. So I made up my mind. I was not going to let the fatigue and laziness get me down, I am beautiful, but right now my beauty is hiding. Using this diet and exercise plan, I went from January being 190 lb 's to being 160 lbs by June. But don 't take my word for it, give it a try for yourself, you will feel great. My diet routine: I would start the day off waking up at 5:30 am to take a shower and then get kids ready for school. I would grab a slim fast shake (powder not premade) and off I would go walking the kids to the bus stop. Then I would return home for a 20 minute work out (see work out routine). On certain days I would also volunteer at the local pre-school were I would eat child sized servings of food along with my shake, and all the activity there would help burn off the excessive calories. Drink one slim fast shake for breakfast with maybe some yogurt, fruit, or a muffin. Then have another shake for lunch with half a sandwich or soup. Then have a nice home cooked dinner that fills ¾ of the plate with vegetables,
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