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General Discussion / Re: Review a low-carb cookbook
« on: January 27, 2011, 12:53:07 PM »
I have gone to the link and haven't been able to find your review of the FTS book.  Can you please tell me where to find it ?

my f2s moment came when my sister heard Doug speaking on a local radio station interview.  I mean really when you think about it how many actually listen to interviews about book authors???  But, needless to say thankful she heard it ordered the book and not looking back to a lifestyle with sugar.  Since then have slowly gotten a friend to eliminate the "junk food(pasta, potatoes, etc the junk) ;)" out of her house and she in turn bought the book and has shared with all her co-workers at an elderly facility.  You, know the thing with this book and lifestyle is even if you are thinner by nature the health benefits alone after cutting the sugars and carbs down is wonderful.  Always, thought the middle child blessed with being thinner was "thin" but, now she is thin and toned and healthier (less moody).  So, I think even active children can benefit with a few less grains of sugar in their blood streams(lowering their carbs doesnt decrease their energy either).  Really, just goes to show though how "encounters" however, made enhance countless lives.  The even better part of this book is that unlike others who write cookbooks you have the opportunity to have Doug and Umpa there to offer you support.  They, are real people that can help us achieve our goal and aren't just names on a cover  :)

General Discussion / Re: My Monday (accountability) Weigh-in
« on: January 26, 2011, 11:23:55 AM »
I think it would be great fun for you to do with your kids 3Angels.My daughter Haley Rae has it.I love any video game that gets kids up and moving! :)

Posted by: G8orgirl 
SherriPie,  EA Active for Wii is a wonderful exercise program.  It is a 30 day commitment and it kicked my butt.  I haven't done it in a long time because I hate exercise, but I am thinking about trying it again.  I have the Wii Fit and found it isn't as challenging as the Active and quite fun.

I am definately going to be looking into it but, how is the EA Active for Wii different????  Is it just as fun for kids or maybe more challenging for them than the Wii fit???? ???

General Discussion / Re: Review a low-carb cookbook
« on: January 26, 2011, 11:15:51 AM »
my review is there.  so now to work on getting other reviews up there  ;D you are limited in some areas the amt of words you can put in certain spots.  But, now I just need to get some heavy cream and review the bakery onthe site. 

General Discussion / Re: My Monday (accountability) Weigh-in
« on: January 25, 2011, 11:00:57 PM »
I can't wait for summer either.  I love to go for walks but, it's so hard to get in the mood for a walk when it's 16 below 0 and snowing so I am really looking forward to summer and am thinking of getting WII fit for these long cold winter days

General Discussion / Review a low-carb cookbook
« on: January 25, 2011, 07:36:30 PM »

If you go to this site you can scroll to the low carbs diets blog adn write a low-carb cookbook review.  You don't have to join to submit a review.  I submitted one and hopefully they will post it.  They said 1-3 days to process the reviews.  I reviewed the original Fat to Skinny fast and easy! book

Desserts and Sweets / Re: Almond Brownies
« on: January 24, 2011, 04:35:12 PM »
I do have the bakery book now and wow ya cannot wait to start making some of the yummy treats  :) thanks doug and umpa for creating this book

Breads and Crackers / Re: Izzet's Bread
« on: January 24, 2011, 04:31:17 PM »
oh thank you for that <3 i really am starting to enjoy the flax bread.  when i first made it, I wasnt so sure the texture etc but, I have kept at it and I know it has excellent health benefits but, then when I read the other info the concern flag went up lol so I really am thankful that you cleared this up 

Lunch Recipes / Re: Tuna Patties
« on: January 23, 2011, 09:11:00 PM »
made these for lunch today and they were really tasty - it was quick to whip up for lunch my only mistake almost was not waiting til they were browned enuff to turn so they were kind of sticking to the pan a bit

Breads and Crackers / Re: Izzet's Bread
« on: January 23, 2011, 08:52:36 PM »
I have been reading up on flax seed and the health benefits pros and cons:  most say that the cyanide level of flax can be unsafe if you consume to much and my ?????? is how much is to much and effects on children????  if anyone has better luck than me finding out the safe amounts of flax seed please post. ???

FAT TO SKINNY Cooking Show / Re: Chicken Parm and Pasta!! Yummy :)
« on: January 23, 2011, 07:25:13 PM »
thank you very much

FAT TO SKINNY Cooking Show / Re: Chicken Parm and Pasta!! Yummy :)
« on: January 22, 2011, 11:36:20 PM »
where can i find that pasta????  its hard for me to find certain things like within the past 2 months i have finally been able to find almond flour.  is there a online resource for the pasta?

Events, Announce Events Here / Re: wal-mart
« on: January 21, 2011, 05:44:11 PM »
I'm happy that stores are finally starting to realize reduction of sugars in foods is a good way to a healthier society.  A friend of mine said the other day how she has lucky charms in her house for snacks and commented that there are 3 times the amt of charms in a box as when we where kids

Desserts and Sweets / Re: Almond Brownies
« on: January 21, 2011, 11:38:46 AM »
i have a beautiful recipe in the Bakery Book.Doug is gonna release it when he gets back from Boston.I want everybody to have it for the holidays. ;)

is this a download recipe book???  cuz lol i need help --- have to make party items in may (including 2 cakes) for twin nieces 8th grade graduation/confirmation parties --- so I've also been looking for party foods/desserts  ???any help umpa with a decorator type frosting ???

Events, Announce Events Here / wal-mart
« on: January 21, 2011, 11:25:32 AM »  - wal-mart is planning on offering more sugar free lower sodium products more affordably

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