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9/15/19 12:54 P

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That's what I heard also. But I also believe that once you stop doing the keto diet, to switch over to the Paleo way of eating and the weight will not come back.


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9/11/19 10:44 P

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The keto diet is very popular and works for many, the only complaint I hear is that you have to stick to it for life or the weight just come back when you stop following it.

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9/11/19 7:12 P

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I've been following the ketogenic diet for about a month or so. Yesterday I tried on 2 New outfits that I purchased last year. They ended up being too tight and I could never wear them. But yesterday they both fit and I have a lot of room in them. YEAH!! Also, the ketogenic diet is very helpful in keeping me from eating between meals.


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9/3/16 11:22 P

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Charlene, SP has another tool you can use - private journals. This link gives you the how-to's and links.
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9/3/16 3:20 P

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I am in the process of making a visual aid traffic light (as a on the refrigerator reminder) listing my most popular foods inside the red, yellow or green spot. I can post it on my blog but does anyone know if there is a better place to put it for those wanting to print it? Or should I put it here?


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7/14/16 8:27 P

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thank you for the guide lines the "Low GI Diet" Shopper's Guide



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6/29/15 12:54 A

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Sorry, I don't know. Ask the question at SP's Site/Technical Help forum at

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I am tracking my food daily on Spark People nutrition. I find it generally quite helpful for tracking calories, fat, calcium etc. And I want to reset the carbohydrate settings so it fits a pre-diabetes diet. Has anyone else figured out what the setting should be? Any suggestions?

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4/12/13 4:53 P

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emoticon Deb!

This is just the guideline, I needed. Simply put and easy to follow.

Going to help, a lot!

IMPROVISE,OVERCOME AND ADAPT!

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4/12/13 5:03 A

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These are the guidelines in the "Low GI Diet" Shopper's Guide 2013 by Professor Jennie Brand-Miller's - Australia

Every day:

@ Eat at least three meals - don't skip meals. Eat snacks too if you are hungry

@ Eat fruit at least twice - fresh, cooked, dried, juices

@ Eat vegetables at least twice - cooked, raw, salads, soups, juices and snacks

@ Eat a cereal at least once - bread, breakfast cereal, pasta, noodles, rice and other grains in a wholegrain or low GI form.

@ Accumulate 60 minutes of physical activity (including incidental activity and planned exercise)

Every week:

@ Eat beans, peas, and/or lentils - at least twice
This includes baked beans, chickpeas, red kidney beans, butter beans, split peas and foods made from them such as hummus or dhal.

@ Eat fish and seafood at least once, preferably three times - fresh, smoked, frozen or canned.

@ Eat nuts most days - just a small handful.


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