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From: Kelsey (75.67.235.122)
Subject:         Thank you!...
Date: June 12, 2009 at 7:29 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Frozen Peaches posted by Jeff Novick, MS, RD, LD, LN on June 12, 2009 at 6:00 am:

Thanks for all your replies. I agree that Cheerios are too highly processed but until I played around with the Cron-O for 2 days I didn't realize I could get everything I needed. I've already planned out 4 menus under $4 a day around 1400 calories with no processed foods (except 1 cup soymilk).
I don't exercise much, my husband is always at work and I watch our baby girl, and if I can get 15 minutes in I do but I get so tired. My iron was at 10, where 12 is the minimum. Dr. perscribed the supplements I was talking about. So I kept my calories low, 1200 for the last year and I've lost 50 pounds so far. Now I'm up to 1400 because I felt a metabolism boost, and still losing some. Only 15-20 to go. I cut out processed foods starting yesterday, which were only really Cheerios and tofu and some highly processed nasty condiments, but I don't feel like I can cut out my 1 cup of soymilk a day, in case there is any truth to the 1200 mg a day of calcium for women at risk for osteoperosis (my grandmother had it so it makes me nervous). Also on a $4 a day food budget, if I could eat all the brocolli or spinach or kale I wanted I would definitely be able to cut it out.

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