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Old 20-May-2004, 15:02
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Old 18-September-2004, 19:35
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Between the "ongoing weight loss" (OWL) and "lifetime maintainence" and have only lost a few pounds over the last few months.

Rarely have bread, biscuits, rice, pasta and the high carbohydrate foods of my previous lifestyle.

Read today that the salads I now enjoy at McDonalds are being sold by them at a loss. It's alleged that the idea is people will feel they are coming into a healthy food environment and consequently continue to buy the burgers !!!!

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Old 19-September-2004, 13:27
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Love the comment abot Mcdonald's

Few questions Wordlife:

Do you actually feel physically better/fitter than when you started on the diet?

Has your cholestrol gone done?
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Old 19-September-2004, 14:26
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Well I hope I got the McDonald's policy statement right

Feel fantastic on what I will anticipate to be my Atkins Lifetime Maintainence Nutritional Plan.

My most substantial carbohydrate input is concerned with keeping the bowels working well - a helping of All Bran!!!!!!

I did not worry about my cholestrol levels when I was two stone overweight and if I had a problem before I started the Atkins Plan I am confident it has been reduced or is non-existent.

What Atkins says about this issue is.........

Isn't doing Atkins bad for your heart?
While you may have heard that a diet high in saturated fat causes heart disease or athero-scelerosis (arteries clogged with cholesterol-laden placque), it is actually a diet high in sugar and other refined carbohydrates combined with fat that is the real villain. Once you eliminate the white flour, sugar and other nutrient-empty carbohydrates from your diet, the fat you consume in meat or from other sources is burned for fuel (lipolysis) and is not converted into cholesterol or other harmful blood fats. Independent clinical studies indicate that cholesterol and triglyceride drop significantly on Atkins and levels of HDL ('good') cholesterol rise, often dramatically

On balance I feel certain that the loss of weight and removing junk foods from my diet has had very positive benefits to my health.

It's clear that a junk food menu and overeating is harmful.

The indication so far is that the Atkins plan is helping people to lead healthier lives.

Hope this is helpful
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Old 23-September-2004, 17:31
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Went into Woolies today and see they are doing "Low Carb" Rolo's and kit Kat at over a 1 a bar

Unbelievable talk about cashing in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 23-September-2004, 18:31
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Maybe low carb but probably too many calories
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Old 23-September-2004, 21:40
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It's the sugar content too that you have to watch....
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Old 23-September-2004, 22:56
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ah... I know I should have included more low carbohydrate sugar in my low carb diet

Then onto the high calorie proteins

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Old 23-September-2004, 23:02
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Only 2lbs to go Worldy!
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Old 23-September-2004, 23:45
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Worldlife, just caught it, slow, that's me. i am one of those lucky ones, no matter what I eat, I remain at 9-1/2 stone, have done for years, but then I get called skinny, so what the hell does it matter. What is important is how you feel. we are none of us perfect (apart from Tia, who is) we're to fat, too thin, too short too tall, we are what we are, and should be happy with that. Be happy worldlife.
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Old 23-September-2004, 23:49
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awwwww you flatterer you lover!
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Old 24-September-2004, 20:50
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Greatlover........ was reasonably happy with my obesity Decided to reduce weight on health grounds. So many folk around me were being affected with diabetes and I didn't fancy ending up giving myself daily injections



It was not so difficult and I am even happier with my reduced weight and healthy food menus.
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Old 24-September-2004, 21:24
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I love healthy eating too!
*hides the donermeat and chips carton with garlic mayo traces*
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Old 25-September-2004, 23:53
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that last 4 pounds is being a real bitch Worldlife
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Old 26-September-2004, 21:13
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Just fine tuning the final approach jetmizter - I'm feeling confident that I won't regain weight. Just two to go now

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I took an overview of the whole discussion. Nice one. Thanks for sharing.
Whats about the cardio exercises and dieting?
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Old 15-April-2012, 22:23
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I took an overview of the whole discussion. Nice one. Thanks for sharing.
Whats about the cardio exercises and dieting?
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This thread is almost 8 years old
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@crankykick
Feel fantastic on what I will anticipate to be my Atkins Lifetime Maintainence Nutritional Plan.
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Yup, the thread is 8 years old, wonder how W/L is geting on...
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Old 15-June-2012, 10:55
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I thought he'd passed on
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Worldlife is still around but lying low on this Forum.
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Old 16-June-2012, 17:37
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I heard he went missing after murdering his children's nanny - I might have got him mixed up with someone else though.
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Old 18-June-2012, 02:41
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I didn't know he had children
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Old 19-June-2012, 23:09
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I didn't know his children had a nanny
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Some basic and easy exercises for 6 pack abs are leg lifts, the plank, and the crunch,
For the six-pack abs, a person has not only strengthened their abs by performing exercises,
but also follow a diet and workout routine that help him to have a low body fat and help to visible abdominal muscles...
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