Fishwishing wrote: »
Hello 60's group. 65 here and counting... I've used MFP a couple of times in the past with successful weight loss. However I am a complete failure at maintenance! So I'm back again and glad to find a group that seems so compatible to my age and issues. I'm retired and a couple of years ago I had a biking accident which fractured my left tibial plateau. Any excercise after that was minimal and I packed the pounds back on. I am finally able to ride a Catrike but weather here in the midwest is unfavorable for riding in the winter, so I'm doing a (very) little walking with my dog. Rejoined MFP January 4 and have lost 7 pounds so far with low-calorie and IF combo. I am also a pescatarian (only eat fish, no red meat or poultry) so challenges there in keeping calories low with all the grains/legumes I normally consume. So...I think this thread will help tremendously in keeping my goals and comparing notes with the rest of you.
Pamdar67 wrote: »
Hi I am a retired nurse. 67 yrs old and getting heavier every day---sitting at home alone. I really just want to feel better and look better!
RetiredAndLovingIt wrote: »
Along that line, they say a man should get 1500 minimum.
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