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#31 Kat81

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    Posted 20 March 2008 - 11:43 AM

    So, I was walking around in my "Chonies" last night and I came across a mirror what I saw was horrific!! My butt has turned into a molting pot of flubber! YUCK HELP ME GIRLS!!! I am signing up at the gym ASAP.

    #32 Alesha4

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      Posted 20 March 2008 - 12:02 PM

      OK - this may sound gross - I would cure my sweet tooth by smearing abouth a tbs natural peanutbutter on a plain no salt rice cake and take Walden Farms Sugar Free Fat Free Calorie Free (thats right) chocolate syrup and drizzle over the top. I would mix it in with the PB and enjoy. But not before licking that mixing utensil. LOL!

      Try looking at Walden Farms Products especially to help liven up a dull diet. My diet consists of eggwhites, turkey bacon, protien shakes, salad greens, chicken breast, and mixed veg stir fry. Can be very bland so I like using the WF products which are mostly all sugar free calorie free and fat free. They take some getting used to but I LOVE the chocolate syrup, pancake syrup, caramel dip and ranch dip.

      Oh and as for butts....LOTS of different weighted squats and lunges and walking/running up steep hills.

      #33 amy706

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        Posted 20 March 2008 - 12:27 PM

        Wow- I"m impressed by that diet but how can PB be calorie free? or chocolate syrup for that matter? I'm afraid of what IS in it!!!
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        #34 angitalia23

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          Posted 20 March 2008 - 05:05 PM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by Alesha4
          OK - this may sound gross - I would cure my sweet tooth by smearing abouth a tbs natural peanutbutter on a plain no salt rice cake and take Walden Farms Sugar Free Fat Free Calorie Free (thats right) chocolate syrup and drizzle over the top. I would mix it in with the PB and enjoy. But not before licking that mixing utensil. LOL!

          Try looking at Walden Farms Products especially to help liven up a dull diet. My diet consists of eggwhites, turkey bacon, protien shakes, salad greens, chicken breast, and mixed veg stir fry. Can be very bland so I like using the WF products which are mostly all sugar free calorie free and fat free. They take some getting used to but I LOVE the chocolate syrup, pancake syrup, caramel dip and ranch dip.

          Oh and as for butts....LOTS of different weighted squats and lunges and walking/running up steep hills.
          The concept behind Walden Farms Products is good in the respect that they advertisse "no calories" etc. and I usually like any "light" or "Reduced" food but the Walden Farms Products make me sick to my stomach, i think there gross! Im glad you like them though cause they are seriously guilt free according to their ingredients and nutrition facts....plus it sounds like you have created an interesting dessert
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          #35 Alesha4

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            Posted 25 March 2008 - 12:27 PM

            Quote:
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            Wow- I"m impressed by that diet but how can PB be calorie free? or chocolate syrup for that matter? I'm afraid of what IS in it!!!
            Well the PB is not calorie Free but the chocolate syrup is and I do hear what you are saying about wondering what chemicals good be in it to make it calorie free but it works for me when I need that fix and don't want to risk my calorie intake....mind you this is coming from me, a competitive freak! LOL! I have competed in figure competitions and will go great lengths to fix my cravings with out compromising my diet. I am NUTS!

            Quote:
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            The concept behind Walden Farms Products is good in the respect that they advertisse "no calories" etc. and I usually like any "light" or "Reduced" food but the Walden Farms Products make me sick to my stomach, i think there gross! Im glad you like them though cause they are seriously guilt free according to their ingredients and nutrition facts....plus it sounds like you have created an interesting dessert
            Yes I have to agree that MANY of the WF products taste horrible BUT the few I listed actually don't taste that bad when you compare them to their high calorie, high fat, high carb counter parts. I think they are a hit or miss, everyone is different. But if you count every last calorie and gram of protein carb and fat these products are a life saver!

            Also another good product is sweetleaf stevia drops. They come in all flavors and I really like putting the dark chocolate in my coffee with a splash of skim milk. Very tasty and you can get very creative with them.

            #36 angitalia23

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              Posted 26 March 2008 - 09:26 AM

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              Originally Posted by Alesha4

              Also another good product is sweetleaf stevia drops. They come in all flavors and I really like putting the dark chocolate in my coffee with a splash of skim milk. Very tasty and you can get very creative with them.
              I use stevia in my coffee or I will use the sprinkle kind on fruit. I used to put "Equal" on everything and realized there is no way it can be good for me. Stevia is just as potent as sugar and is derived from a plant.

              For a sweet treat, i like to take 1-1/2 packets of reduced sugar/calorie hot chocolate, add some skim milk(on average about the amount they ask for one package) and then add two to three ice cubes. Mix on a fast speed until everything is blended...the consistency should resemble that of a shake. If you need to add more milk or ice cubes do so. Sometimes, I top it with Cool Whip, which is really not that bad for you in moderation or you can use their "lite" brand.

              We used to make this "Frozen Hot Chocolate" at a restaurant I used to work at in college. Instead of using the high calorie/fat products I decided to substitute with lighter versions. I think it comes out pretty well. Enjoy!
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              #37 K&Rwedding

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                Posted 18 April 2008 - 08:37 PM

                Ladies, Sorry I have been MIA. Have been focusing on training, leaving my job and on vacations. Wow I need a break from life.

                So anywho. I just picked up a great book. The Fat Smash Diet, actually referred by my trainer. Guess what follow the 9 days Phase 1 plan and you will lose weight. I promise. My BFF jsut did it and lost 6 lbs of mainly water weight she looks amazing. She did follow it to the T, she wanted results and nothing was standing between her and her engagement photos. So I am right behind her. I start Phase 1 tomorrow, I did a small trial today and it was cake.

                Wish me luck

                #38 kt2434

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                  Posted 25 April 2008 - 12:25 PM

                  My advice, join a boot camp in your area that meets 3-5 times a week for at least an hour.
                  I've been doing this for 6 weeks & keeping a food journal and I've lost 7 inches off my waist, 3 off my chest, 2 off my arms, & 1 off my thighs. You don't loose much weight because you put on so much muscle, but you get really toned & look great in no time.

                  I highly recommend joining a boot-camp, it's worth the money. I'm one of those people that has to drag themselves to the gym kicking & screaming, so boot-camp is great for me. My trainer & I are aiming for 0 APF (armpit fat...come on, you know what I'm talking about...) by the wedding

                  #39 miss_m007

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                    Posted 26 May 2008 - 10:28 PM

                    any ice cream junkies out there i am. lol. try this instead....buy the large container of cool whip...throw it in your freezer...get some mixed frozen fruit too...whenever you get that craving...scoop out the cool whip and mix w/ the fruit!!! sooo good. no it won't replace my fave double choc. chunk ice cream...but it is a healthier substitute....lol.




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