Just a quick note to say hi! I read your post on the exercise/eating thread, and you sound similar to me... I'm 5'4", 140lbs, 2kids... I've been trying to lose weight for so long, it's ONCE dropped to 139 but that was only for a day! Lol. I limit my calories to under 1400, and I hit the gym 3 times a week and walk everywhere. According to BMI calculators I'm healthy, but I know I'm not. It's not okay to be able to grab handfuls of fat!!! I've read so many times that I need to increase my calories to lose the weight, and even though I understand the concept of going into starvation mode, it still sounds stupid coz I was eating more before and that's what got me to this weight! Lol. Dr. Viznod or whatever his name is, is pretty useless. I don't think he's really a Dr...
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