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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 15




You are not alone, Edna....

Posted By: Suzanne (0)
Date: Friday, 29 December 2000, at 11:02 a.m.

In Response To: Yeah I am, U..U..U'r one of...THEM! (Edna O+)

I think each person is unique and individualistic when it comes to weight and
also proportions. What one person looks like at 150 or someone else at 150 could be two entirely diffeent things. When I got married 8 years ago I weighed
155 and was a size 10 or 12 (I think that fluctuated depending on the material,
etc.) Looking back at those pictures, I looked darn good and everyone said I
was at the perfect weight and not to lose any. I am 5'5". I got a physical
and the nurse couldn't believe I weighted that much she said there must be something wrong with the scale. I exercised and was quite physical then, so
maybe that added to the picture. That is my goal weight to get back to now.
No, it is not thin, skinny, svelt, or anything of the sort for most people, but
it is a healthy weight for me and one I can maintain for the rest of my life,
hopefully. I am not meant to be thin, I have a more muscular shape I guess and
maybe my bones/muscles weigh more or something. Because of problems with my
knees and an autoimmune thyroid disease I have just discovered, it has become
extremely hard for me to lose any weight, but with LR I have hope. I know I
need to keep doing the no grain thing and try and exercise every bit I can.
I got a set of weight for Christmas, so maybe those muscles I think I lost will
come back.
Yes, 130 or whatever sounds really, really thin to me to, but it is all in
perspective. Don't worry, you WILL attain your goal and will look just as good
as anyone else when you do. Stay with the no grain thing if you can and exercise as much as you can, I think that is the key. Don't eat too little
either, 1 boiled egg is not enough for 1/2 a day, your metabolism will shut
down. As you say, slow and stead, and you will eventually finish the race!


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