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09-08-2009 06:05 PM
n1gdo
Thanks for the tip....

Always looking for different ways to help myself keep the weight down...

Over the last year I dropped over 30 lbs....

Just started counting every calorie I consumed....for years I could not lose weight even when walking a lot.... but when I started counting calories and tried to keep it down to around 1500 calories per day I started dropping and its been easier than I thought..

Sometimes I plateau and as I stated before always looking for good tasting foods that are good for me but meet the low cal test...

Any more suggestions appreciated....
09-08-2009 03:31 PM
juro
Antioxidants and Ginseng w/ zero cals

Arizona brand diet Green Tea w/ ginseng has been a huge part of my recent fitness regimen (2 pounds off my high school weight) and with all the negatives I've been reading/hearing about diet soda lately I've cut that down to an occasional one vs. used to drink several diet cokes per day. Great after a workout!

http://www.drinkarizona.com/#product_diet_green_ginseng
hyperlink - tea is not an industry related topic

$2.99 for the GALLON jug at supermarkets and drug stores. I admit I have a selfish interest in this - if people buy a lot they'll keep making it (I hate when a good product gets discontinued)

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