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The middle agers group. (Upper 30s,40s & 50ish folks)

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  • FindingCaroFindingCaro Posts: 5Member Member Posts: 5Member Member
    44 living la vida keto, If you're looking for friends I'm nice :D lol
  • sandracuellar43sandracuellar43 Posts: 5Member, Premium Member Posts: 5Member, Premium Member
    56 - need friends
  • DjproulxDjproulx Posts: 1,323Member Member Posts: 1,323Member Member
    44 living la vida keto, If you're looking for friends I'm nice :D lol

    My tri coach has been following a ketogenic diet for about 8 weeks and is having some issues with blood pressure, etc. She has not found any other women who have had success becoming fat adapted endurance athletes. Are you having success with a Ketogenic diet?
  • FatFreeQFatFreeQ Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    New to the site. Early 40's & ready to lean up!
  • JustLikeJordinJustLikeJordin Posts: 129Member Member Posts: 129Member Member
    Thriving 30's and active MFP user. Feel free to add!
  • sammccall31sammccall31 Posts: 15Member Member Posts: 15Member Member
    I'm Samantha, I'm 49, just starting out on MFP and would love a large support network. Please add me xxx
  • iris2811iris2811 Posts: 124Member Member Posts: 124Member Member
    RxDreamer2 wrote: »
    Any suggestions for aching knees?
    -had surgery in May
    -have arthritis (ack that sounds old)
    -use knee sleeve/supports daily at Crossfit
    -use Salanpos (I smell like a locker room)
    -don't squat below 90 any longer...yet ;)
    -take glucosamine RSP supplement
    -wear awesome running shoes
    Anything I'm missing here that could help with knee pain???

    Hey
    I know a lady who was diagnosed with arthritis in her early thirties. She could not face taking medication (she was worried about the affects this would have on her liver) so she started looking into nutrition. It took her a couple of years to find what it was that affected her but she has been managing a lot of her pain by changing her nutrition around. may be worth looking into? Might be worth checking out?
    Also, is it worth trying to get on a bike? Very low impact on your knees and great calorie burn. :-)
    Good luck
  • whiskey5jda2008whiskey5jda2008 Posts: 126Member, Premium Member Posts: 126Member, Premium Member
    41 Married to KaechelleA for 9 years and have half of me to lose - Still!
  • mariandoherty4mariandoherty4 Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    A place for us middle agers to become friends and share fitness advice. Feel free to add me!

  • Justme_1Justme_1 Posts: 104Member Member Posts: 104Member Member
    49 here, add me
  • HappyNSmilinKazHappyNSmilinKaz Posts: 80Member Member Posts: 80Member Member
    Hey..big 50 for me next year...feel free to add. Kazzy (England) :)
  • FitBitFitterFitBitFitter Posts: 17Member Member Posts: 17Member Member
    43 feel free to add me.
  • cabwjcabwj Posts: 842Member Member Posts: 842Member Member
    Mid-50s here, and would welcome friends near my age.
  • RxDreamer2RxDreamer2 Posts: 30Member, Premium Member Posts: 30Member, Premium Member
    Mmazhar wrote: »
    44. Just started to focus on myself after 40 years. Yeah tell me about it. Please add me
    iris2811 wrote: »
    RxDreamer2 wrote: »
    Any suggestions for aching knees?
    -had surgery in May
    -have arthritis (ack that sounds old)
    -use knee sleeve/supports daily at Crossfit
    -use Salanpos (I smell like a locker room)
    -don't squat below 90 any longer...yet ;)
    -take glucosamine RSP supplement
    -wear awesome running shoes
    Anything I'm missing here that could help with knee pain???

    Hey
    I know a lady who was diagnosed with arthritis in her early thirties. She could not face taking medication (she was worried about the affects this would have on her liver) so she started looking into nutrition. It took her a couple of years to find what it was that affected her but she has been managing a lot of her pain by changing her nutrition around. may be worth looking into? Might be worth checking out?
    Also, is it worth trying to get on a bike? Very low impact on your knees and great calorie burn. :-)
    Good luck


    Definitely worth a try. I have a friend that's a nutritionist and will reach out to her to see how I can manipulate my diet plan. Thanks! And yes, I do like to ride when the weather is good.
  • Mike_take2Mike_take2 Posts: 2,150Member Member Posts: 2,150Member Member
    Hey..big 50 for me next year...feel free to add. Kazzy (England) :)

    You do not look like you're anywhere near 50!
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