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The start here diet (book title by Tosca Reno)

Monday, February 27, 2017

Here we go again! I ran across this book at the dollar store and she has some valid points it's really about baby steps making very small changes in your life and sustaining them then making more small changes etc. then finding YOUR trigger foods and one by one slowly eliminating them as these foods are the ones which add those extra calories not necessary to sustaining your life and health. Next is moving your body in small ways more than you do now and using things you already can do for ten to fifteen minutes a day for a while then gradually doing more.as you succeeds you will be motivated to continue adding more movement. I have been able to walk a few days during this past two weeks because I found some good shoes which fit well. I know I have dropped some pounds which I will share later today after I attend my TOPS club. I still have a long journey to go but hey, it begins with the first step , right?
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  • no profile photo CD6307291
    Isn't Tosca the Eating Clean guru ?
    1252 days ago
  • SUGARBABY60
    Well, I was down 7 pounds today that was for the last two weeks.......of course I had gained that much before I got down to business again!!!
    1252 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1389378
    That's great you found a book that "speaks" to you. I agree, small steps lead to big steps, for sure!! Glad to hear you found shoes that work really well for you too. A really good fitting pair of shoes, makes such a difference.
    1252 days ago
  • CHERIRIDDELL
    Awesome first steps are always the way to start !
    1252 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6307291
    Good for you, Sherry. Always nice to see one of your blogs. Miss your spoon stirring and wrapping up in a nutshell.
    1252 days ago
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