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Avatar n tn The resting metabolic rate calculator is an ideal tool to help plan your calorie levels in order to lose weight. .Calculate your RMR Metric (kg) Imperial (lbs) Weight in KG/Lbs: Height: cm/feet Inches Age in years: Gender: Female / Male Here is the link for calculating your RMR: http://www.restingmetabolicrate.net/ Armed with this info, I sincerely hope that I have helped not only me but others here who want to lose weight and keep it OFF for good.
666921 tn?1254994218 ) I have also lost a good bit of weight, about 30 to 35 lbs (sorry, can't do the metric conversion!) ... make it upwards of 2 stone, and I never go hungry. It seems odd at first that lemons and limes are on the "OK" list, because they are acidic, but apparently they result in alkaline effects in the body. Drinking water is boring for me, but with a bit of fresh lemon or lime juice, it's quite tasty.
Avatar n tn It's hard to do but important...lately I've veered off and not been doing all the water that I should. After a few months it's horrible drinking the stuff so the gatorade advice is excellent...or flavored (natural) fruit water (but not with that fake sugar in it really). I hope you don't weight too much - then it's less water for you!
Avatar n tn My blood pressure has always run a little hi and so I am now on blood pressure medicine with a diuretic to loose the water weight. I admit I need to drop some weight and have changed my diet dramatically and can see my new muscle is burning off the fat. I plan on maintaining my current intake of Test and increasing my cardio and reducing my sodium to get my blood pressure down. I would say not to be scared of injections and stay at 1cc a week max.
Avatar f tn Hope this helps, I certainly wish I had known a number of things years ago. Hope you find the ideal solution for the well being of your sons eyes as well as his happiness.
Avatar n tn Thank you all for let me know that I am not alone on this. I have a 6 year old so to be 7 who been wetting her pants for over a year now. It has gotten worse lately. Since the begining of the year she has gone in her pants over 30 times in school. The school has requested she wear pull-up to school. Ever since she stared the pull-up she now started poohing in the pull-up too. I am at my wits end. The Dr. said there is nothing wrong with her.