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Sunday, November 01, 2009

I search from time to time for new ways to keep loosing weight..I talk to people to see what they are doing and what has worked for them....for the most part they all say the same thing..eat less, exercise more...I tell people that too.
But today as I was checking out some of the so called diet foods I came a crossed the "FULL BAR" I'm wondering if any one has tried them, they seem to be like the cookie ones. I was so surprised to see the stats. 150-170 cal.
2.5 gm, fat
choles. 0
fiber 5g.
protein 5 g.

not real impressed with the calories, that's seems like a lot to curb your appetite...
and the price was way high too.
I guess I'm sticking to the Kitt plan and keep my healthy life style going with simple home cooked meals and lots of exercise.

Have a healthy week.


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  • HAPPYSOUL91
    I always keep a few bars around because sometimes life gives you an unexpected jolt and it is handy to have them in the car so I do any drive throughs


    3662 days ago
  • RAINBOWMF
    There is nothing better for you then God given food.
    Food from the earth and the trees.
    Keep doing what you are doing.

    No one needs all the chemicals some of those bars are made of.

    Hugs Mary
    3663 days ago
  • POSITIVELY_EB
    Isn't that interesting how we always are looking for the "magic pill" answer to our weightloss issues! We have the answers in front of us - if we'd just use them - and save ourselves a lot of money and wasted effort!

    Good for you!
    3664 days ago
  • no profile photo BUGSMIMI
    Well, Kitt52! How about another walking adventure! Check it out in the Challenge section! We just started today! (brainstormed it last night!) Hope you join us! : )
    Big hugs!!

    Rel
    3664 days ago
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