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# 16 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 20:32
 
 
Someone said :
Surely you knew about dieting / exercise though, no?

Most overweight people do Stewie but they need support and encouragement to even think about embarking on weight loss programmes.....
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# 17 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 20:38
 
 
Someone said :

Most overweight people do Stewie but they need support and encouragement to even think about embarking on weight loss programmes.....

That makes sense I guess.
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# 18 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 20:41
 
 
Someone said :

That makes sense I guess.

Aw it does, back in the day when I had a near size 16 arse, I knew that exercise was the cure but it was friends who helped me on the path to doing something concrete about it....
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# 19 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 20:58
 
 
Someone said :

Aw it does, back in the day when I had a near size 16 arse, I knew that exercise was the cure but it was friends who helped me on the path to doing something concrete about it....

I can always trust my mam to tell me if I have put on weight. Every so often she'd say "hmm Stewie you're getting a bit of a belly there / your face is looking a bit pudgy" and I'd take no offense and sort myself out before it gets out of hand.
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# 20 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 20:59
 
 
My Mam did it to me recently buying me a pair of medium trackie bottoms.

I was like Eh.........

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# 21 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:09
 
 
What I'm trying to do is drastically reduce portion sizes, eating about half the usual amount
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# 22 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:11
 
 
Someone said :

I can always trust my mam to tell me if I have put on weight. Every so often she'd say "hmm Stewie you're getting a bit of a belly there / your face is looking a bit pudgy" and I'd take no offense and sort myself out before it gets out of hand.

My mother has a fear os her children being thin. All are exept mise. It may eb a cultural reflection but still, any sight of weight loss and its hand to the chest, gasp with a high pitched "are you ill!". Bless her, mental but she tries
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# 23 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:12
 
 
Frodo, I don't mean to be nasty at all, why not do what I do walk for 2 hours a day, what have you got to lose?
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# 24 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:14
 
 
my mam's the same. the weird thing is even now that i'm overweight and she acknowledges that she still worries if I'm eating enough.
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# 25 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:16
 
 
Walking does work as I haven't being regularly walking since November and I have put on a stone, I should be getting back into it soon, just waiting to be told I can, hopilly tomorrow actually.
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# 26 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:16
 
 
Someone said :
what have you got to lose?

Weight!

Ah Frodo, with all the time in the world at your disposal now, you should try and get into some routine.

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# 27 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:18
 
 
Someone said :

Weight!

Ah Frodo, with all the time in the world at your disposal now, you should try and get into some routine.


I was going to the gym quite often but don't have the money for it this month.

and with nothing to do is way to easy to snack and over eat

I really need to get my shit together and start losing weight, it's been 3 years now since my weight ballooned and i really had enough!
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# 28 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:21
 
 
Someone said :
my mam's the same. the weird thing is even now that i'm overweight and she acknowledges that she still worries if I'm eating enough.

Halving you're intake isn't a good way to lose weight. You're more likely to put it on again versus exercise + more moderate dieting.
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# 29 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:24
 
 
It's a great time of year to start exercising. Going for a run on a beautiful day like today - what's not to love?
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# 30 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:24
 
 
Someone said :
Halving you're intake isn't a good way to lose weight. You're more likely to put it on again versus exercise + more moderate dieting.

can't see why not, as long as you're eating enough. and exercise is great but nothing beats reducing your calorie intake
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