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Old 02-19-2004, 11:27 PM   #14
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The vast majority of people that were successful (long term) did it by creating their own personal diet plans.
That makes me feel better! Sometimes I have wondered whether I'm doing things "the right way" since I'm not on a commercial diet. What you have said jives with the info I got from Thin For Life about long-term maintainers, who work out their own program over time. I guess muddling through is o.k. after all. Thanks!
Age 48, 5'6" Living with PCOS.
Start: January 1, 2002, 220 lbs., size 24
Current: 163 lbs, size 10 - 12, 39"-31.5"-39.75"
Goal: size 10 in Levi's 515 jeans.
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