Constant weight gain - helpWell now I am posting for me. I have been nursing a 1 year old now since birth. At first I was doing great with my weight loss and had lost 25 lbs. Then about 3 months ago, I started gaining pounds quickly. I did not change my diet and actually think that I have started eating less because I have no time to eat square meals anymore. I have always liked sweets and have not increased my sweet intake lately; I eat no more than I did before. I actually feel like I am more active now because I am out of the house working, carpooling, running around, etc. But the lbs. are packing on and I have gained 12 lbs. in just 3 months. Help before I become a beached whale! I am pretty short and used to be petite. Feeling like a balloon about to burst.
Repetoire symptoms: Fat! Fat! Fat! aversion to sweets, starches, beans and rice. Not big on dairy foods. Aggressive personality, constantly doing - moving, short statured, brown-skinned, medium bone structure. Happy-go-lucky until aggravated or upset. Will fire off or fire back if upset! Very regimented and organized. Overall, no major health problems of a chronic nature except a skin rash on my hands that appeared after pregnancy (also had in first pregnancy). Don't have a regular excercise routine in place but would like to incorporate soon. Please help!
erika1 on 2005-12-16
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When you advised on the Cal Carb 200 "weekly" - did you mean take once a week, early in the morning? Or did you mean to take once a day, for one week? Please clarify as I am ready to buy the remedy. Thanks.
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