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  • The other comments are correct, it IS longer than a regular king size bed. To find sheets for one can become a little challenge. I bought fleece sheets for my queen size at Costco and I noticed that their king sized ones are just slightly higher in cost. They didn't stock the Cal King sets in our local store and they're a…
  • Had that done several years ago. IMPORTANT: Do NOT get the SILICONE implants. SALINE are the ones that the Board Certified Plastic Surgeons recommend but, be prepared, many years down the road, i.e. as you "age", they might end up looking like a couple of pendulums unless the surgeons tightens up those chest muscles during…
  • Try,,, about 800 calories for just one....How fat do you really want to be?
  • Calculated the NUTRIENT VALUES... One loaf=16 thin slices and one thin slice=only 106 calories. It turned out great :)
  • GO TO; www.aroma.com and click RECIPES.....breakfasts, soups, desserts, rice, chili, etc. Last night, I peeled and chopped up an apple, measured 1.5 cups of old fashioned oats (NEVER use quick oats in a rice cooker), added 2 cups water, tossed a bunch of cinnamon & a few ttwists of nutmeg. Then I set the delay timer for 10…
  • Had a nice, leisurely hot shower after starting the Rice Cooker, one serving frittata and ... it came out absolutely perfect. @ significance: Yes, you CAN do the same thing in a non-stick frying pan with a lid.... but, the Digital Rice Cooker does not need to be watched over like a hawk. The delicious frittata easily slid…
  • nutrition information Serving Size: 1 slice (50g) Servings Per Batch: 16 Amount Per Serving: Calories: 150 Calories from Fat: 35 Total Fat: 4g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g. Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 260mg Total Carbohydrate: 24g Dietary Fiber: 2g Sugars: 1g Protein: 4g. SERVING SIZE: 50 grams = 1.7636981 ounces
  • Speaking from personal experience with a CHRONIC similar medical issue (resulted from hemorrhoid surgery in 1989): You can ask your Dr. until you're blue in the face but only you knows what will "work" for you. 1) All the water you can stoke away every day 2) Lots of dark green veggies (the leafy ones) 3) 3 FRESH fruit…
  • Well done now~~~ KEEP IT OFF!
  • High sodium content. Causes water retention and, often, weight gain
  • A few months ago, I dumped the two year contract cell phone method and went for the prepaid with one of the two best major carriers. Saved about $100.00/month by taking a $50.00 per month flat fee, unlimited everything plan (NO smart phones permitted). I have a nice slide-out keyboard for texting and a decent screen to…
  • Do you really NEED to pay all those hard earned, expensive $$$ to pack a mini computer in your pocket. Think about it. First, do the MATH. A 70.00 per month "everything plan" is actually going to hit your bank account for about $130.00 every month. Next, consider how much you also may be paying for cable TV service and…
  • Good thought & plan except for the UNCOOKED can of pumpkin puree. It would be better to avoid the fat free cool whip (CORN SYRUP BASE), use fat free evaporated milk and bake the pumpkin custard in oven proof custard cups (need to be placed in a hot water bath) when baked in the oven.
  • raisins (has high levels of both); pistachio nuts, canned beans (you get your sweet boots!), baked potato (eat that skin). Google search for a long list of such foods ~~~ it's a no-brainer
  • (1) Cannot afford gym fees; (2) Cost of one of those machines is OVER $2,000 and up to around $5,000; 3) I moved from my lovely home to this nice two story apt. building for those over age 55. I'm on the 2nd floor and our building has an elevator BUT... I'm taking the stairs a lot more these days & wearing my FitBit. (4)…
  • It should be REPORTED to the authorities ... that is CHILD ABUSE!
  • Well done...keep on logging or you'll end up worse off than when you started. Congratulations
  • He should be attending CLASSES and working with: a REGISTERED NURSE DIABETES EDUCATOR. MFP members are totally unqualified to help your father. I am a retired RN and see far too much well-meaning, inaccurate advice here.
  • I'm a WW lifetimer from many years ago. Went back a couple of times but recently gave all the stuff away to a friend that's about 300 lbs. overweight. TIP: GO TO: http://www.livestrong.com/article/268405-1200-calorie-diabetic-exchange-diets/?utm_source=popslideshow&utm_medium=a1 The Weight Watchers program is developed…
  • Thanks for sharing it. That is why every single man and woman must put forth all their best effort during training as if each component of the training meant their life depended upon their survival and that of all others with whom they are serving. At church today, the oldest son of one of the newest members of our Marine…
  • TRY THIS: ..... chicken gyro wrap OR .... Nutrition Facts EDIT East Side Pockets - Lamb & Chicken Gyro (Wheat Wrap, No Taziki Sauce)
  • bump to research
  • Wear those comfortable, nicely padded biking shorts but you might wish to consider buying a American made kilt (polyblend fabric). I have two from sportkilt dot com. They are very comfortable and the pleats stay nice.
  • Well done....now, the big challenge of keeping the lost fat off is in your hands
  • Bourbon has a tendency to give you a horrid hangover, even if you do not over imbibe. Switch to the real stuff like a high quality Irish whiskey (Jameson's) or a fine quality Scotch. Stay away from the sweetened mixers.
  • You have an excellent start. Stay with your program. These tips might help (it's what I send to new MFP Friends). Welcome to my Heart Healthy World The Making of the New You Welcome to the beginning of your new, healthier lifestyle. You have embarked on a great program where you are the only one “in charge” of your own…
  • Prayers to his family.
  • This is what I send to new MFP friends; it might help you progress easier: Welcome to my Heart Healthy World The Making of the New You Welcome to the beginning of your new, healthier lifestyle. You have embarked on a great program where you are the only one “in charge” of your own personally developed nutrition and…
  • Congratulations on your progress. Stay with the program. You CAN do it!
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