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  1. Thank you. There were no green triangles next to any salad dressing in my Points Plus Pocket Guide. Thanks for the info.
  2. I picked up the new material, but didn't realize I needed to ask for an additional sheet for SiFi until reading the material at home. What qualifies under the bread category? Any particular examples? No salad dressings are SiFi any more? I'll attend another meeting after final exams, and drive some leader crazy. Thanks in advance for the help.
  3. I joined in Dec 2005. The one with Daily Points Target by weight? WW was calling the program "Turn Around" at that time. Weight now = points target 150 - 174 = 22 175 - 199 = 24 200 - 224 = 26 225 - 249 = 28 250 - 274 = 30 275 - 299 = 31 300 - 324 = 32 325 - 349 = 33 350 or more = 34 Then you had the 35 WPA. Hope this is what you were looking for. I'm typing from my book (Week 1, Getting Started) from when I joined in December 2005. I can still remember points ranges and banking points from when I joined one time before December 2005.....
  4. Hey. Any new good quick and simple recipes for the cooking impaired? or perhaps free-time impaired? Going to try the lasagne and zucchini sticks. Hoping to get the kids to try them.

  5. This is a good eggnog recipe from Hungry Girl that can be made core if you are worried about the eggs. 5 cups light vanilla soy milk 1 small (4-serving) package sugar-free vanilla instant pudding mix 6 no-calorie sweetner packets 1 tsp imitation rum extract 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg combine all ingredients in a blender and blend on high until mixed throughly. Refrigerate for a few hours to allow nog to thicken. Makes 5 servings. 1 cup each. I've found that FF soy milk will not thicken pudding. You can use FF soy milk and some FF plain yogurt and the pudding will thicken.
  6. Okay, is there an opinion on this yet? I've been trying to figure it out too. I googled it earlier and it is one or the other.....they either love it or hate it. There is no middle ground. Anyone here know?
  7. Depends on what you are going after. Light weights and higher reps, toning up. Higher weighs and lower reps, building up. It really depends on what you want to achieve. I've done it both ways at different times in life. My goals were different when I used the different ways. You definitely need to change your routines up though. Muscles have "memory" and they get used to the same exercises over and over. You do need to change your routines up for each body part at regular intervals. I've lifted on my own and with a trainer. I've been lifting weights off and on since 1986. I'm no expert, but I have learned a few things along the way. I parted ways with my trainer because her agenda and mine were different and she wasn't listening to what I wanted out of my program. Hope you find your way. The ultimate answer is what works for you, and keeping proper form and not getting hurt.
  8. The bras by moving comfort are good. They offer some with wire and without. They also have a thing you can fill out by what size bra you need and impact level for which bras are recommended. I've have 3 of them for several years and they are in great shape. I was a 40DD when I got my first ones. The moving comfort bras are really great. I highly recommend them.
  9. It works even better if you toast the thin first. I figured out they made good "crust" for pizza the first week I found them!
  10. I usually do a couple of cans of black beans and Guiltless Gourmet Black Bean dip. Of course some water in there too. Maybe some onions and garlic. Guiltless Gourment Black Bean dip is core.
  11. Boca Burgers and MorningStar burgers both are core, but only the burgers. Also the ground crumbles. (hamburger type substitute.) None of the chicken ones by either company. I have the 2008 Complete Food Companion. Looked it up in it.
  12. You've done a fantastic job! I did laugh.....not at you. I can totally relate to the chest/stomach comment! again on a great accomplishment!!!
  13. Ran the 5 mile race on new years day, was under 20 degrees and icy. The bottom of my foot has been hurting ever since then. Does not really hurt when running but mostly when standing on a hard surface without shoes. Hope that you are back to running and are able to breathe. Suzy

  14. Morning! Thanks for the pm you sent me. I've been horrible about getting on computer over the holidays and even worse with responding to messages.

  15. Monday - ran 5.4 miles, 54 minutes Tuesday - ran 3.6 miles, 36:22 Got a reality check yesterday. After only running/exercising about 6 times in 45 days due to asthma troubles and injuries, I got my butt kicked on a route I used to run without any trouble. The hill bit me. Then insult to injury, I may have managed to derail myself for doing a half-marathon this year. I'll go stand in front of a mirror and point a finger at the reflection. I'm just really annoyed with myself at the moment, and the worst part is that I am to blame!
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