[Homeroast] Off Topic: Weight Loss, Was - Fwd: UCLA Study on Alzheimer's
lynnebiz at gmail.com
Sun Jul 31 00:20:54 CDT 2011
Just want to send a belated thanks to both of you, Gregg & Terry, for
sharing this. I'm way behind in my emails - have had some serious stress
this wk & we thought it was over - but it's not.
Gregg - that's amazing - I can't run because I have significant loss in the
cartilage in both knees. I'm taking some nutritional supplements for this &
hope to eventually be able to afford to join a gym - that'll help for the
weight loss but also to help strengthen the muscles for my knees.
Looks like I'm going to test my new-found energy, as I need to find work -
fast - otherwise I'm going to be roasting under a bridge somewhere...
sigh... there are days I really feel like the biblical Job.
Anyway, I just finished roasting some for tomorrow. Can't sleep & I don't
want to be out of coffee in the morning - Columbia Los Chuchos de Torres.
Best name ever. (dog lover that I am...)
take care -
On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 3:09 PM, Terry <mrhomn at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I also used coffee to help me lose weight. I use to drink a lot of soda
> and sweet tea. I needed something I could drink without sugar, so i started
> drinking black coffee. Now I am 3/4 the man I used to be.
> >From: Gregg Talton <gregg.talton at gmail.com>
> ><Lurk mode off>
> > Coffee has been my diet secret for the past two years. In May of 2009 I
> >weighed 385 lbs and could barely walk around my neighborhood. I suffered
> >from hypertension and a myriad of other weight related ailments. So, I
> >began eating right and as soon as my weight dropped below 300 I began
> >running. Today I'm at 220 and will be running in my first half marathon
> >five weeks. I tell people that the secret is coffee... When I'm hungry I
> >drink a cup or make a machiato. Water and coffee satisfy my hunger - and
> >there's something therapeutic about the coffee making process that helped
> >get through the "hungry times".
> >Good luck! As I tell my running buddies... "You've got this".
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