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Old 08-08-2012, 10:14 AM   #10 (permalink)
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Location: Central Victoria, Australia
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Eating healthier foods doesn't have to be more expensive, start comparing the price of a chocolate bar to a piece of fruit that is in season, I look for what is cheapest, shop when the sales are on and keep an eye out for things that can be frozen like lean meats and chicken. sugar, salt and all the flavourings in junk food is addictive IMO and it can be difficult at first to realise that your body runs much better on healthier alternatives. Frozen vegies are often cheaper too and they are just as nutritious. Canned tuna is my best friend, I buy both the plain in spring water, and the low fat flavoured versions. I eat eggs a couple of times a week, I only drink water, tea and coffee (with fat free milk). Start small and build up, I began by cutting out soft drinks, then I moved to adding more vegies and eating some fruit each day. Over time I adjusted more and more until I felt ready to really take the plunge and make some bigger changes. Good luck!
October 2011- Weight: 94.7kg (208.78lbs)
April 2012- weight 86kg
May-June-July 2012- weight: up and down between 86.5kg and 84.5kg -stuck stuck stuck
July 2012- Joined fitday!
27th July 2012- weight: 83kg (182.98lbs)

First Goal: 80 kg(176.37lb) (reached 21st August 2012)

I HAVE BEEN OFF THAT WAGON 19th Feb 2013- 84.7kg (186.73) time to get back on!!!!!

Healthy weight range Goal: 60kg-74kg
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