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I'm Baaaaaack!

Tuesday, November 08, 2016

And ready to go. Cardiac rehab has inspired me to start working out at home. After wearing my fitbit for almost a year, I finally hit 10,000 steps last week. Sine then, I've exceeded 10,000 several days in a row. After the surgery this summer, then all the complications that occurred in August and September, I've gained back all the weight that I had lost. And I've not been able to loose any of it. I've been working out like a crazy person (and I'm working again, by the way) and am loosing nothing. That being said, I refuse to get discouraged. My health is much better than it's been in well over a year. I'm working out and find that I crave the feeling of my body moving. I'm still tracking what I eat and relying on SparkPeople for great nutritional and excercise information. Praise God that I'm alive and kicking. I'm hoping that my body is resetting itself and will start to respond in a positive direction. What can I say? Life is good.
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    Because of my medical problems I could hardly leave the house. I have COPD along with CHF. It's so depressing because of not being able to enjoy my life and grandsons. Hopefully my care will change so I can have my life back.😥😥
    614 days ago
    I have just been diagnosed with congestive heart failure . So I am limited because of my salt intake. Went to see my primary care physician and there is 20 to 30 pounds of fluid in my legs and feet. I will go to the Iowa Heart for comprehensive treat
    614 days ago
    Good for you - keep it up
    1607 days ago
    One thing at a time. First, be healthy and alive. Then, patiently lose the weight. You'll do it.
    1625 days ago
    I am glad that you are on the road to recovery! Keep taking care of yourself!
    1625 days ago
    Welcome back, God bless
    1625 days ago
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