About Me: Female, 28, Edmonton, AB, member since Jul 2008
Im 25 years of age and have a wonderful little boy who will soon be 5 and I have a 2 month old. I have been with my spouse for 4 years now. I enjoy staying active and living a healthy lifestyle. I believe in eating clean and keeping active and making the most of each da
"Dont eat less then 1350 calories a day.... if youre not losing weight its because you are not exercising enough or you are eating too less or too much... I recommend eating 1500 calories a day and DRINK LOTS of water.... exercise 5 times..."
"You're not fat....Eating Clean and Exercising is how you lose weight.. it doesnt happen over night and if it does.... it wont stay off... science is science.... I wish you luck... but dont be so focus on doing it fast.... cause you will ..."
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