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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesushi View Post
    I'm 56kg and trying to lose 10kg. I did low carb for a week and lost 3kg quickly but then lost track and gained all back. After a bit of research, I've decided to go Paleo-ish. So gluten free, grain free, sugar free, organic veg, fruit, grass fed meat.. Even if i don't lose weight on this, at least we eat healthier.
    You can't be serious?

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    10 years ago I lost 6kg when I decided to change my lifestyle. I didn't do it to lose weight - I was happy at 70kg being a size 12. I was just feeling so gross whenever I ate rich/sugary/processed foods that I decided the jig was up. So I cut those things out. That was it. Healthy, balanced, non processed or refined breakfast, lunch and dinners, nuts and fruit for snacks and 6kg disappeared over 4 or 5 months.

    I've maintained that lifestyle for 10 years, had two babies and still weigh 64kg today.

    Not a doubt, it's all about lifestyle. And I feel great as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesushi View Post
    I'm 56kg and trying to lose 10kg. I did low carb for a week and lost 3kg quickly but then lost track and gained all back. After a bit of research, I've decided to go Paleo-ish. So gluten free, grain free, sugar free, organic veg, fruit, grass fed meat.. Even if i don't lose weight on this, at least we eat healthier.
    Me too! What resources have you been using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Me too! What resources have you been using?

    I would love to eat this way also. Where do I find an eating plan/recipes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    You can't be serious?
    Huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Addison View Post
    I would love to eat this way also. Where do I find an eating plan/recipes?
    I started out quitting sugar mainly using the Sarah Wilson book and website. Gradually the past 2 weeks I've been reading mark sissons daily apple which promotes a primal diet and listening to Jimmy Moores podcasts on Livin La Vida Lo Carb as well as reading his book Cholesterol Clarity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Huh?
    I think MummaOJ is referring to to the 56kg with 10kg to lose bit...

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    I'm in Michelle Bridges 12wbt. I'm around 68kg (need to get a new scale battery!!) The food is frogging amazing!! I hope it works

    I lost 25kg just from eating fairly clean and exercising. I've put back on about 4kg but it feels like more cod I'm flabbier from bit exercising.

    I'd like to get to 58kg. Not by the end of this challenge but perhaps by Feb next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luna Lovegood View Post
    I think MummaOJ is referring to to the 56kg with 10kg to lose bit...
    Thanks Luna, I'm wondering what her point is though, to be fair unless you know someone, their height, background, bmi etc... You can't know what is reasonable to make assumptions on.

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    I'm not sure if I should post in here but I'm on a ram food down my throat diet whilst trying to keep my bowel issues under control. Food is no longer fun, it's just a means to weight gain. If I see one more ensure or sustagen thick sluggy drink I will scream. I'm 168cm and 47.5kg, uncomfortable and over it.


 

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