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Hi, I’m Ranae ~ Welcome to MedHelp and thank you for making a comment on my journal regarding a plateau. Hope you’ll consider joining us in the Weight Loss & Dieting community; the members are kind, caring and supportive and have much knowledge to share. We'd love to have you introduce yourself http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/673907 and participate in the daily activities and periodic challenges, questions, answers, support, motivation and friendship. May I suggest you consider adding the exercise and mood trackers in addition to your weight tracker; they can be crucial in our success. Am sending you a friend request that will provide you with the current and periodic challenge and special activities for the community as announced. Very best wishes .. ((Hugs)) Ranae
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