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Old 09-19-08, 08:13 PM
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Focus on changing your eating habits for the long run. I've kept my weight within 5 lbs for the last 12 years. It took me several years to change my eating habits to where I automatically cut back and stopped eating when I was about 80% full. I have not 'dieted' in years. If I want pizza, I have pizza, but only 1 or 2 slices, not 4 or 5. I have found that if I exclude certain food groups I only want them more. Congrats on losing the 40#! Make exercise a part of your life. I use cycling as stress relief instead of chocolate (as I sit here eating dark chocolate M&Ms...)
If you make a concerted effort to adopt a healthy lifestyle of moderation and exercise, the weight loss will happen naturally.
Good luck!
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