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Old 09-25-2007, 09:02   #1
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This is a great post. Thanks for the info.

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Old 09-26-2007, 09:35   #3
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This is a great post. Thanks for the info.
Your Welcome Otep. Geez, it's 3:30 a.m. here and
between your recipe and these free foods, I'm
starting to get hungry. Ugh!

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thanks for posting this

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Before I was not able to control myself and I used to forget that I am on diet. But it effects on my dieting then one of friend told me about mark Patrick’s programs . Programs is really awesome and its gives a way to live healthier life. Their weight loss programs are designed to help eliminate the behaviors that are making us overweight. Really it worked for me and I have reduced my weight. I think you also have to try it and I hope you will also find some great results in yourself..


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Thankyou Terrie, You are a marvel for putting in this info.

Now I am hungry.

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Great and helpful list...Thanks

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thank you very much !!

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Hi everyone: I'm in the process of being diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, and also am new to this Forum. So much of my life I have used certain foods as a basis for my meals. One of those foods is bread, and the past 20years brown bread (Whole Wheat). Now I find that I need to stop eating bread as much as I have been eating it. I know that I must eat a lot less of it, but how do I turn my eating around that much? Would appreciate any help or suggestions you can make for me. I realize I must commit to the need to curtale my carbohighdrates for the betterment of my health, not to mention control my sugar count. How do I think differently so I am not grabbing for the carbs? Babbs

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