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  1. Class #317 | Walipini Field Trip, Watermellon Harvesting, and Seed Saving
  2. Class #316 | Seven-Day Sauerkraut: Preserve Your Harvest with Small Batch Fermentation
  3. Class #315 | 12 - Steps To Improve Your Metabolism
  4. Class #314 | Veg-it-Up with Zucchini and The 50/50 Bowl Balance
  5. Class #313 | Master Fasting - A Transitional Approach For Maximum Benefits
  6. Class #312 - Calling All Health Geeks & Health Enthusiasts
  7. Class #311 - Time-Sensitive Immune Boosting Benefits of Summer
  8. Class #310 - Using Bread Makers and Milling Whole Grains
  9. Class #309 - Get Excited and Get It Done
  10. Class #308 - Anti-Cancer Diet
  11. Class #307 - Cancer Diagnosis on a Protective Diet
  12. Class #306 - A Deep Pantry Saves Us Money & Time While Improving Food Quality
  13. Class #305 - Protective Sprouts
  14. Class #304 - Personal Weight Loss Consultation
  15. Class #303 - ProtectiveDiet.com Tutorial
  16. Class #302 - Lifeline Recipe Good & Bad Actions Produce Results
  17. Class #301 – Kids’ Spaghetti Pasta-Bake Casserole and Demonstration featuring Melt and Bake Cheeze
  18. Class #300 | Okara Pie Crust Demonstration with a Happy Thanksgiving Pep Talk
  19. Class #299 | Making Organic Soymilk & Yogurt
  20. Class #298 | Stress Elimination Challenge
  21. Class #297 - Fall Harvest and Winter Food Storage
  22. Class #296 | Incorporating Dried Herbs for Flavor & Protection Incorporating Dried Herbs for Flavor and Protection and Tips to Resolve Binge Eating Cycles
  23. Class #295 | 48-Hour Fast: Day Two
  24. Class #294 | 48-Hour Fast: Day One Support
  25. Class #293 | 48-Hour Fast: Plan & Prep Guide
  26. Class #292 | Travel - Manifest - Peach Buckle
  27. Class #291 | July Garden Tour : Learn as we GROW with community support
  28. Class #290 | Fitness Support: High-Energy Fuel, Build Muscle, & Get Shredded Fast
  29. Class #289 | You Are Not a Victim of Osteoporosis - It's Reversible & Preventable
  30. Class #288 – Socializing & PD Living – a “This Is How We Do It” live broadcast
  31. Class #287 | Achieving A Pro Mindset
  32. Class #286 - Our New Workplace for Wellness
  33. Class #285 Protective Kimchi 101
  34. Class #284 – House Hunting Travel Meals & a Personal Jump Start with Bill
  35. Class #283 - Melt & Bake Cheeze Pro Tips
  36. Class #282 | Become Vanilla Rich with Bean Saving Bonus Batches
  37. Class #281 | Making Perfect Yogurt and Including Soy On An Anti-Angiogenic Diet to Prevent Cancer
  38. Class #280 | Corn Crisps, PD Success, & The 50/50 Plate Practice
  39. Class #279 | Nutty Butter & The Noodle Bowl
  40. Class #278 | Winter 2020 - Fresh Produce Restock and Enjoying Indian Food
  41. Class #277 Holiday Special – Gingerbread Cookies & Sugar-Free Royal Icing
  42. Class #276 Mastering PD Cooking Techniques featuring Plant-Based Stroganoff
  43. Class #275 Thanksgiving Preparation Tips & Eliminating Social Media Conflict
  44. Class #274 - Road Trip Travel
  45. Class #273 - Mexican Sweet Corn Cakes, Red Lentil Chili & Apple Pie Filling
  46. Class #272 - Allergies and the Microbiome
  47. Class #271 - You Can’t Outrun an Unhealthy Diet
  48. Class #270 - Protective Diet Pro Tips
  49. Class #269 - Getting Comfortable Enjoying Delicious Food
  50. Free Class #268 – Mind Games: Self Awareness & Celebrating Success
  51. Class #267 – Finger Salad, Chips & Dip for Dinner featuring Refrigerator Tacos
  52. Class #266 - Homemade Tortillas & Pro Tips for Perfect Chips
  53. Class #265 - What's Your Food Mood
  54. Class #264 – Two Years Day Fasting on a Protective Diet
  55. Class #263 – Bag of Questions
  56. Class #262 - Rebuilding Our Immune System is our Social Responsibility
  57. Class #261 - Eliminate Produce Waste & Shopping Trips
  58. Free Class #260 - Day One On a Protective Diet
  59. Class #259 - Oil-Free Garlic Naan in my Workplace for Wellness
  60. Class #258 - Pandemic Pantry
  61. Class #257 – How the Gut Microbiota Influences Our Behavior & Controls Our Wellbeing
  62. Class #256 – Cornflakes & Cholesterol
  63. Class #255 – Baking Bread & Following Through on a Protective Diet
  64. Class #254 - Taquitos & Living In the Moment to Reduce Stress
  65. Class #253 – Benefits of Nutritional Yeast and Making Cheez-It Crackers
  66. Class #252 - Making MoJos - New Year New You
  67. PD-Ed Class #251 - Nice Cream Sandwiches & Building a Strong Immune System
  68. Class #250 – Instant Vanilla Extract
  69. Class #249 – Paralyzed By Stress
  70. Class #248 – Self Awareness Training – Not Hungry, but I’m Eating
  71. Class #247 – Intro to Indian
  72. Class #246 – The Instant Pot Advantage: Pro Tips, Tricks & Accessories
  73. Class #245 – Promoting Autophagy While We Eat, Sleep And Play
  74. Class #244 – Back To The Basics 2019
  75. Class #243 – Health Benefits of Spicy Food
  76. Class #242 – Tips From The Pros Weekend
  77. Class #241 – Increase Protective Lycopene with Fermented Salsa
  78. Class #240 – All Natural Beauty
  79. Class #239 – Tweak Your Physique
  80. Class #238 – Protective Beverages
  81. Class #237 – What I Eat In A Day Spring 2019
  82. Class #236 – Weeknight Setup SUS
  83. Class #235 – The Benefits of Sulforaphane & Co-Cooking Egg Rolls
  84. Class #234 – Know Your Fast Five
  85. Class #233 – Biology of Burning Body Fat
  86. Class #232 – Fermentation Techniques & Tools Part 3 – Probiotic Pickles
  87. Class #231 – Enjoying Fermented Food featuring The Pro Bowl
  88. Class #230 – Fermentation Techniques & Tools Part 2 – Dry Brining & Blending Fermented Hot Sauce
  89. Class #229 – Fermentation Techniques & Tools Part 1 – Water Brining
  90. Class #228 - Benefits of Fermented Food
  91. Class #227 - Navigating ProtectiveDiet.com
  92. Class #226 - New Year/New You
  93. Class #225 - Dementia Defense
  94. Class #224 – Sweet Action Rituals & Routines for a Better Life Experience
  95. Class #223 – Call To Action
  96. Class #222 – Pep Talk with Mexican Pizza Shortcut Techniques
  97. Class #221 – Day Fast and Feast
  98. Class #220 – Day Fast & Feast Guide
  99. Class #219 - Day Fasting on a Plant Based Diet
  100. Class #218 - The Hideous Truth of Opioid Addiction
  101. Class #217 - Baby Jack Ribs BBQ or Baked
  102. Class #216 – I Lost My Way
  103. Class #215 – Glamping On A Protective Diet
  104. Class #214 – In Flight Travel Meal Made Easy
  105. Class #213 – Healthiest Summer Kick-off Challenge
  106. Class #212 - Fat Reception Review & Cheezecake Workplace For Wellness Demonstration
  107. Class #211 - Weighing the Risks of Cancer Screening
  108. Class #210 - Easy Bake Loaf Bread
  109. Class #209 - Soup for One
  110. Class #208 - Workplace for Wellness - Pressure Cooked Frittata
  111. Class # 207 - The Need To Feed
  112. Class #206 - Tea Ritual & Spices for Protection
  113. Class #205 - Celebrating Spring With Carrot Cake Frosting Techniques - Workplace For Wellness Demonstration
  114. Class # 204 - Body Management & Understanding Cancer
  115. Size 22 to a Size 2
  116. Class #203 - Workplace For Wellness - Glazed Cinnamon Rolls
  117. Class #202 - PD Progress Challenge & Favorite Fries Cooking Technique
  118. Class #201 - Kitchen Peptalk
  119. Class #200 - Stop The Snacks Challenge
  120. Class #199 - Organic Co-Op Shopping Tour
  121. Class #198 - Grocery Store Restock
  122. Class #197 - Costco Run
  123. Class #196 - International Market Tour
  124. Class #195 - Navigating Holiday Dinners
  125. Class #194 - Co-Cooking Cherry Cheeze Danish
  126. Class #193 - Co-Cooking A Taste of Thanksgiving
  127. Class #192 - Co-Cooking Sauerkraut
  128. Class #191 - Healthy Halloween Treats & Co-Cooking
  129. Class #190 - Cancer & Angiogenesis Inhibitors
  130. Class #189 - Co-Cooking Egg-less Omelet
  131. Class #188 - Co-Cooking Apple Fritter Cake
  132. Class #187 - The PD Groove
  133. Class #186 - Co-cooking Flatbread Pizza
  134. Class #185 - Picnic with Julie Marie
  135. Class #184 - Dinner Party with Julie Marie
  136. Class #183 - Batch Cooking Can Stall Weight Loss
  137. Class #182 - A Summer Day Eating PD
  138. Class #181 - Keep It Out & Keep It Off
  139. Class #180 - Co-cooking Italian "Sausage" and Sweet Peppers
  140. Class #179 - Weekend of Wellness
  141. Class #178 - All Natural Cleaning
  142. Class #177 - Annual Halftime Checkin
  143. Class #176 - PD Picnic Packing
  144. Class #175 - Mastering Oil-free Grilled Pizza
  145. Class #174 - Downsizing Daily Salads
  146. Class #173 - Fat-Free Salad Dressing 101
  147. Class #172 - Falafel Party & Protective Spices
  148. Class #171 - The Burden Of Thin
  149. Class #170 - Slimming Down With Biscuits & Gravy
  150. Class #169 - Cutting Ripe Jackfruit & Cultural Adventure At International Markets
  151. Class #168 - Making Quick-Mix Pizza
  152. Class #167 - Opiods Causing More Pain Than Surgery
  153. Class #166 - A Winter Day Eating PD
  154. Class #165 - Rolling Sushi & Gimbop
  155. Class #164 - Eliminate, Heal and Achieve Optimal Health
  156. Class #163 - Handicapping The Binge
  157. Class #162 - Emergency Hospital Prep
  158. Class #161 - Tips For Limiting Stress In Challenging Times
  159. Class #160 - Feeling Anxious About Greens
  160. Class #159 - Sweet Action Saturday
  161. Class #158 - Be The Boss Of Your Body
  162. Class #157 - Preparing To Be Away
  163. Class #156 - Calendar of Achievements
  164. Class #155 - Cancer Prevention & Regression on a Protective Diet
  165. Class #154 – Daily Application
  166. Class #153 - Essential Oil Basics: Topical Applications, Oral Dosing & Diffusing
  167. Class 152 - Packing Travel Meals, Taking PD to the Party, Healthy Makeup & Hair Loss
  168. Class #151 - Hosting House Guests Protective Diet Style
  169. Class #150 - Complimentary Video Coaching Hour
  170. Class 149 - Video Coaching Hour
  171. Class #148 - Sulforaphane Protection: Sprouting, Chopping & Maximizing Protection On A Protective Diet
  172. Class #147 - Pressure Cooker Stir Fry
  173. Class #146 - Video Coaching Hour
  174. Class #145 - Cutting Food Costs & Improving Food Quality
  175. Class #144 - Mastering Mindful Eating Part 2: Following Through
  176. Class #143 - Mastering Mindful Eating Part 1: 21 Meal Challenge
  177. Class #142 - Video Coaching Hour
  178. Waking Up In America radio interview
  179. Class #141 - Maintaining A Healthy Weight & Vitality
  180. Class #140 - Video Coaching Hour
  181. Class #139 - Satisfying Salads - Building a Salad with Flavor, Texture and Nutrition
  182. Class #138 – Oil-Free Grilling Techniques Part 3 - Potatoes and Beets
  183. Class #137 – Oil-Free Grilling Techniques Part 2 Pizza 101 Grilled & Baked
  184. Class #136 - Oil-Free Grilling Techniques Part 1
  185. Class #135 - Packing a PD Picnic or Water Park Tailgate
  186. Class #134 - Tea Party Sipping on Liquid Antioxidants
  187. Class #133 - Spices and Aromatic Herbs
  188. Class #132 - Making Cutlets
  189. Class 131 - Video Coaching Hour #1
  190. Class #130 - Yogurt & Notzzarella Cheeze
  191. Class #129 - Daily Actions to Eliminate Stress
  192. Class #128 - Vitamins, Sunscreen and How They Work
  193. Class #127 – Kitchen Tools – Efficiency & Fun
  194. Class #126 - Cancer: The Protective Diet Advantage
  195. Class #125 - Kitchen Tools - Beginner Essentials
  196. Class #124 - Pick a Positive Proactive Partner
  197. Class #123 - Set It & Forget It Meals
  198. Class #122 - Freedom To Succeed
  199. Class #121 - Enjoying Cruciferous Vegetables
  200. Class #120 - Seven Steps to Overcoming Self Doubt
  201. Class #119 - Chili Cook-Off on Game-Day
  202. Class #118 - SUS - Set-Up For Success
  203. Class #117 - Fresh Restock
  204. Class #116 - Becoming A Plant-Based Chef/No Experience Necessary
  205. Class #115 - Rice Dishes From Around the World
  206. Class #114 - Kicking off the New Year
  207. Class #113 - Authentic Salsa
  208. Class #112 - Daily Spa Rituals
  209. Class #111 - Coffee and Diet Soda
  210. Class #110 - PD Holiday Mock-Tail Party
  211. Class #109 - Protection For Our Planet
  212. Class #108 - Whole Food Detox and Taste-bud Reprogram
  213. Class #107 - ProtectiveDiet.com User Guide
  214. Class #106 - Holiday Stress
  215. Class #105 - Commitment Class Kick Off
  216. Class #104 - KP Duty
  217. Class #103 - Learn Tips From A Minimalist
  218. Class #102 - Planning For Success
  219. Class #101 - Soup Month
  220. Class #100 - Eating A Diet In Perfect Balance
  221. Class #099 - Visualize Optimal Health
  222. Class #098 - Set Up Sunday
  223. Class #097 - 21 Meals to PD Mastery
  224. Class #096 - Kitchen Set-Up for Efficiency
  225. Class #095 - Back to school lunch packing Protective Diet Style
  226. Class #094 - Getting Back On Track
  227. Class #093 - Micro Goals
  228. Class #092 - Food Anxiety
  229. Class #091 - Transitioning to a Plant-Based Household
  230. Class #090 - Pizza Party
  231. Class #089 - Goal Setting
  232. Class #088 - Summer Holidays Protective Diet Style
  233. Class #087 - Pantry Par Stocking System
  234. Class #086 - Sugar In Health Food Camouflage
  235. Class #085 - Simplicity & Meal Satisfaction
  236. Class #084 - Steps for Replacing Self Judgement with Appreciation and Love
  237. Class #083 - Sip on this
  238. Class #082 - Mastering Label Reading & Understanding Food Additives
  239. Class #081 - Your Body's Sweet Spot
  240. Class #080 - Shift from Deprivation to Privilege
  241. Class #079 - Dining Out Protective Diet Style
  242. Class #078 - Checkup Follow up visit
  243. Class #077 - Spectacular Salads - PD salad prep 101
  244. Class #076 - The Three Phases Of Recovery & Following Through
  245. Class #075 - Spring Cleaning
  246. Class #074 - Oven Tips and Tricks
  247. Class #073 - Super Tasters and Taste Bud Evolution
  248. Class #072 - The PD-Practice Check-Up
  249. Class #071 - The power of the imagination
  250. Class #070 - Eliminating Doubt
  251. Class #069 - Entertaining with a Protective Diet Style Dinner Party
  252. Class #068 - Beans, Beans, Beans
  253. Class #067 - The Practice Of Gratitude
  254. Class #066 - Checking Into Your Healthy Life
  255. Class #065 - Kitchen Spa
  256. Class #064 - Secure Your Own Mask First
  257. Class #063 - Stove Top Tips & Tricks
  258. Class #062 - New Year! New Resolution
  259. Class #061 - Enjoying Your Journey to Goal
  260. Class #060 - Simple Meal Planning
  261. Class #059 - Encouraging and Coaching
  262. Class #058 - Improving Knife Skills
  263. Class #057 - Optimal Outlook
  264. Class #056 - Protective Diet & The Holidays
  265. Class #055 - Traveling Protective Diet Style
  266. Class #054 - Excuses Are Just Excuses
  267. Class #053 - Garlic Party
  268. Class #052 - Microwave...Yea or Nay
  269. Class #051 - We're Talking Tofu
  270. Class #050 - Let’s Talk & Cook Potatoes
  271. Class #048 - Greens and their importance in a Protective Diet
  272. Class #047 - Chopping, dicing, slicing and shredding
  273. Class #046 - Type I & Type II Diabetes
  274. Class #045 - Weight loss average on a Protective Diet
  275. Class #044 - Fundamentals
  276. Class #043 - Are some grains better than others?
  277. Class #042 - Protection For Human Health, The Animals & Planet Earth
  278. Class #041 - Veggie Gardens, Growing Potted Herbs or Sprouting
  279. Class #040 - Recipes for Success
  280. Class #039 - Lunch Packing
  281. Class #038 - Cooking with Kids
  282. Class #037 - Sleeping Like A Rock
  283. Class #036 - Nuts
  284. Class #035 - Search Box Dinners & Meals Without Planning
  285. Class #034 – Stocking Your Kitchen For Efficiency and Savings Part 3 – Refrigerator and Freezer Staples
  286. Class #033 - Stocking Your Kitchen For Efficiency and Savings Part 2 - Spices, Vinegars, Extracts and More
  287. Class #032 - Stocking Your Kitchen For Efficiency and Savings Part 1 – Pantry Staples
  288. Class #031 - Indigestion and Digestive Issues
  289. Class #030 - Workouts and Weight Loss
  290. Class #029 - Why am I sick?
  291. Class #028 - Inner Child Frame of Mind
  292. Class #027 - Being Challenged By Diet Trends
  293. Class #026 - Outdated recommendations in the Health Care System
  294. Class #024 - Food Obsessions
  295. Bonus - Grocery Store Tour of Costco
  296. Class #025 - Accepting and Loving The New Healthy You
  297. Class #023 - Remembering the Reasons You Began this Journey to Optimal Health
  298. Class #022 - All On or All Off, Starving or Bingeing, Perfection or Disaster
  299. Class #021 - Emotional Eating
  300. Class #020 - Food Additives & Code Names
  301. Class #019 - Kitchen Tools
  302. Class #018 - Raw vs. Cooked
  303. Class #017 - How to travel on a Protective Diet
  304. Class #016 - Inflammatory Disease - Acidic & Alkaline Foods
  305. Class #015 - GMOs & Non-Organics
  306. Class #014 - Acknowledging Your Achievements
  307. Class #013 - Pressure Cooking, Slow Cooking, Batch Cooking & Freezing
  308. Class #012 - How To Identify and Eliminate Emotional Eating
  309. Class #011 - Pantry Staples & Refridgerator Stocking
  310. Class #010 - Greens Discussion
  311. Class #009 - Alcoholic Beverages
  312. Class #008 - Understanding Cholesterol
  313. Class #007 - Understanding the Endothelium
  314. Class #006 - Taste bud reprogramming and eliminating food cravings
  315. Class #005 - Vitamin supplementation
  316. Class #004 - Lead By Example & Walk The Walk
  317. Class #003 - Protein sources & ideal amounts
  318. Class #002 - Identify true hunger, food cravings and emotional eating
  319. Class #001 - Starting a Protective Diet
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Julie Marie July 28, 2015

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Comments from class

Tue July 28, 6:05:01pm
protectivediet: OKAY WE’RE LIVE! CLICK https://protectivediet.com/pd-ed TO REFRESH YOUR SCREEN THEN CLICK THE X IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER OF YOUR VIDEO BOX TO CANCEL THE AD
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Tue July 28, 6:05:23pm
momthedork: Got it.
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Tue July 28, 6:06:16pm
JenniferParsley: OK, refreshed and it’s fine
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Tue July 28, 6:06:26pm
CJinPodunk: k
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Tue July 28, 6:07:49pm
momthedork: It’s good for me.
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Tue July 28, 6:08:25pm
veganinblack: oooooooo
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Tue July 28, 6:08:25pm
eileenyoder14: Hi everyone!!
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Tue July 28, 6:08:37pm
JenniferParsley: ok, back, fudge for brekkie, AWESOME!!!
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Tue July 28, 6:08:41pm
vegangirl58: Stop teasing us!!!
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Tue July 28, 6:09:04pm
vegangirl58: Can;t wait!!!
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Tue July 28, 6:09:11pm
momthedork: Love fudge!
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Tue July 28, 6:09:13pm
SandyShepherd: Hi, Eileen and Jennifer
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Tue July 28, 6:09:18pm
JenniferParsley: We know how hard you work Julie, I will be patient.
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Tue July 28, 6:09:21pm
JenniferParsley: Hi Sandy!
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Tue July 28, 6:09:32pm
momthedork: Always worth the wait!
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Tue July 28, 6:09:43pm
eileenyoder14: Hi Sandy
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Tue July 28, 6:10:04pm
carol: WHO EATS ALL THE PRACTICE RUNS
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Tue July 28, 6:10:34pm
protectivediet: ME (Jerry)

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Tue July 28, 6:10:45pm
momthedork: Lucky Jerry!
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Tue July 28, 6:11:36pm
protectivediet: I count my lucky stars everyday!
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Tue July 28, 6:11:39pm
vegangirl58: Loved the newsletter. Thank you.
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Tue July 28, 6:11:48pm
momthedork: PD makes eating this way so easy!!!
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Tue July 28, 6:12:40pm
sharonhess: Initially I was also worried about tofu – but one of the greatest barriers to staying with whole foods plant based was that I love creamy dressing — PD has been so easy because I love the food
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Tue July 28, 6:14:25pm
momthedork: Gyros, & fishless sticks.
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Tue July 28, 6:14:58pm
julieb: Tofu bacon is my favorite
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Tue July 28, 6:15:05pm
momthedork: Love the bacon!
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Tue July 28, 6:15:23pm
SandyShepherd: SO MANY PUT DOWN POTATOES AND RICE AS WELL AS TOFU
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Tue July 28, 6:16:11pm
JenniferParsley: Sounds like this letter was from a certain sect of plant based eating (AJ) and wanting to criticize what Julie teaches because it isn’t exactly what another plant based leader teaches. This behavior makes me crazy. I wish everyone in the plant based world could just get along. ALL of these leaders and teachers leading people to plant based diets in any form are doing good things for human health and the planet. We should celebrate all of these plans and teachers! **Rant Over**
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Tue July 28, 6:16:50pm
SandyShepherd: Nicely said, Jennifer! I sooooo agree!
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Tue July 28, 6:17:40pm
veganinblack: ive always loved tofu and do eat it in a lot of dishes, i also disagree that it tastes flat until your taste buds get clean, ive served it in dip to a SAD crowd at my gallery openings and nobody knew it was even dairy free much less oil free
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Tue July 28, 6:18:16pm
veganinblack: @JenniferParsley why cant we all be friends
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Tue July 28, 6:18:17pm
sharonhess: I have found that the combination of having foods I truly enjoy combined with eliminating craving producing additives has gotten me to a place where I don’t have craving, where I don’t over eat and I never feel guilty. And I lose weight too!
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Tue July 28, 6:18:20pm
mavery1454: Having problems watching video. was using firefox. getting an adobe
reload page / submit crash report thing on the top of my screen. Went
to try using firefox or chrome and I am locked out. I can see the chat
box but that is it. will have to watch the replay.
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Tue July 28, 6:18:24pm
JenniferParsley: I do the same thing Marci. SAD eaters love onion dip, homemade ranch, etc.
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Tue July 28, 6:18:34pm
veggie365: Hi, all! Here a little late!

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Tue July 28, 6:18:40pm
momthedork: Everyone related differently from different teachers. You need to find the one that works for you. PD is what works for me.
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Tue July 28, 6:19:00pm
SandyShepherd: Sorry, Maria
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Tue July 28, 6:19:20pm
CJinPodunk: Good way to sneak in the APPLE PIE comment of the night Jerry.
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Tue July 28, 6:19:33pm
SandyShepherd: LOL!
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Tue July 28, 6:19:36pm
protectivediet:
thanks!
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Tue July 28, 6:19:45pm
momthedork: The night would be complete with out mentioning apple pie!!!
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Tue July 28, 6:19:51pm
momthedork: Would not
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Tue July 28, 6:19:51pm
protectivediet: hoped you would find the humor I inteneded
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Tue July 28, 6:19:51pm
veganinblack: im working on it so much, steo at full, been snacking at work a bit because its been slow and im bored
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Tue July 28, 6:20:01pm
veganinblack: stopping at full
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Tue July 28, 6:20:06pm
sharonhess: Made the creamy coleslaw and baked beans for my SAD eating family members and they LOVED it — the kids too!
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Tue July 28, 6:20:55pm
vegangirl58: They should see your chia seed burgers!!
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Tue July 28, 6:20:57pm
sharonhess: Without enough starch my brain starts craving sweets — eating enough starch is critical for eliminating cravings
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Tue July 28, 6:21:33pm
JenniferParsley: I am still working on it too Marci. I do very well most of the time, yet occasionally emotionally eat. Today was a rough day for me and I wanted to numb with food. At least now I see the pattern and stop myself because I know numbing out with food won’t solve anything. I am watching my PD class, then going to bed, and starting over tomorrow.
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Tue July 28, 6:22:11pm
veganinblack: ive been talking to myself about hey are you really hungry or just need something to do
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Tue July 28, 6:22:13pm
sharonhess: Great plan Jennifer!!! Tomorrow is a new day
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Tue July 28, 6:22:43pm
veganinblack: my ideal is one belt loop away, it was starting there last summer and hasnt gone back
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Tue July 28, 6:22:51pm
sharonhess: I do that too Marci — then I seriously high five myself when I don’t eat out of boredom!!!
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Tue July 28, 6:23:07pm
julieb: eating 50/50 really helped kicked my weight loss into gear. also watching the videos in PD-ED is really helping me stay focused.
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Tue July 28, 6:23:35pm
eileenyoder14: I can understand jennifer. This is the second week that I have been taking care of my sick husband. He has a BAD case of shingles on his face and we are in quarantine. Can’t see grandkids, etc. So I am trying to stay focused. I never go off plan, but may eat too much sometimes.
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Tue July 28, 6:23:38pm
veganinblack: 10 more lbs to go, and i thought ive never even get here, PD has just been life changing
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Tue July 28, 6:23:38pm
momthedork: I’m doing much better at stopping before I’m full, but I need to work on the 50/50 plate.
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Tue July 28, 6:23:40pm
JenniferParsley: The videos help me too Julie. I think this is an underused resource from PD.
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Tue July 28, 6:24:08pm
momthedork: The videos are so motivating!
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Tue July 28, 6:24:42pm
veganinblack: i am able to get thru a movie without popcorn some days, wow right
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Tue July 28, 6:24:56pm
vegangirl58: So sorry eileen. Hope he gets over it. No fun!
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Tue July 28, 6:25:22pm
julieb: now that I’ve been focusing on my food when I eat it I notice other people when they are mindlessly eating!
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Tue July 28, 6:25:38pm
eileenyoder14: Thanks! It has been pretty rough but we will get through it with the Lord’s help.
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Tue July 28, 6:26:54pm
JenniferParsley: Sorry to hear that Eileen. My bad day was also related to caregiving – had to take my grandmother to the eye specialist today, injections for age related macular degeneration. She is so frail and her eyesight is failing, it is hard to watch and I am such an empath, it really drains me and makes me sad.
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Tue July 28, 6:28:04pm
SandyShepherd: Do sorry Jennifer. It is hard. Eileen, it is so hard to see someone go thru the pain of shingles.
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Tue July 28, 6:28:27pm
eileenyoder14: yes, I can relate so much Jennifer! I have been so concerned for my husband and don’t like to see him in severe pain. He also had to go to the eye doctor to make sure there were no blisters on his eye and there were so now we are doing drops too.
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Tue July 28, 6:28:48pm
JenniferParsley: THE CUP OF TEA REALLY HELPS ME TO SOOTHE MYSELF WITHOUT EATING. ANY IDEAS WHAT TO USE WHEN ITS 90 DEGREES AND YOU DON’T WANT TEA?
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Tue July 28, 6:28:49pm
eileenyoder14: Yes it is Sandy.
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Tue July 28, 6:28:57pm
mavery1454: I kept refreshing. I can see the class for now.
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Tue July 28, 6:29:04pm
vegangirl58: Iced tea
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Tue July 28, 6:29:11pm
momthedork: So sorry Eileen. Must be hard to watch that but remember to take care of yourself too!
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Tue July 28, 6:29:16pm
SandyShepherd: So many nerve endings there, Eileen. hope he gets better soon.
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Tue July 28, 6:29:23pm
vegangirl58: The strawberry lemonade is good too
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Tue July 28, 6:30:19pm
eileenyoder14: Mom I am trying really hard to take care of myself. I also have thyroid issues so I am working on keeping my stress level down! No income for possibly a month too cause he can’t work.
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Tue July 28, 6:30:33pm
julieb: I really like that analogy!!
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Tue July 28, 6:30:54pm
protectivediet: @JenniferParsley I would say the answer to what we do when our coping mechanism doesn’t suffice…MICROGOALS (Next week’s class)
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Tue July 28, 6:31:09pm
JenniferParsley: I agree Julie, you have to walk the walk to inspire others. I was thinking lately that Simon & I are the healthiest people I know! That’s why people always ask us about our diet, we are a walking billboard for a PD.
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Tue July 28, 6:31:38pm
JenniferParsley: Thanks Jerry, can’t wait to hear more about micro goals.
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Tue July 28, 6:31:51pm
SandyShepherd: I look forward to that day, Jennifer!
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Tue July 28, 6:32:23pm
julieb: I’m excited to be an example for my parents- that’s one of the things that helps me to stay focused
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Tue July 28, 6:32:44pm
JenniferParsley: You will arrive there Sandy, there is no way you can’t when you eat a PD.
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Tue July 28, 6:32:55pm
protectivediet: Thanks for making it happen and sanding strong in who you are. You are a shining example of success. So many of you are
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Tue July 28, 6:33:05pm
veganinblack: over eating is so uncomfortable
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Tue July 28, 6:33:20pm
SandyShepherd: Thanks, Jennifer! You are so right.
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Tue July 28, 6:34:04pm
momthedork: My husband and I are looking forward to that too Jennifer. We are well on our way.
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Tue July 28, 6:34:24pm
sharonhess: I find the same Marci — I’ve been trying to slow down – especially at dinner because I end up eating just a bit too much and then I don’t feel so great
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Tue July 28, 6:34:59pm
JenniferParsley: Simon just joined me, he said to say Hi to you Jerry
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Tue July 28, 6:35:00pm
veganinblack: i remind myself when full and if I want more, that over full is uncomfortable
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Tue July 28, 6:35:08pm
veganinblack: hi simoon
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Tue July 28, 6:35:20pm
protectivediet: Hi Simon!
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Tue July 28, 6:35:34pm
JenniferParsley: Simon says hello Marci, Ms. Veganinblack.
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Tue July 28, 6:36:03pm
sharonhess: It seems like when I eat too quickly my brain gets the full message just a few bites behind my stomach
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Tue July 28, 6:36:16pm
mavery1454: I HAVE NOTICED THAT I OVEREAT ON MY LUNCH SALAD BECAUSE I AM DOING SOMETHING ELSE INSTEAD OF FOCUSING ON MY FOOD. I HAVE DECIDED TO FOCUS ON 50/50 PLATE AND EATING WITHOUT DISTRACTIONS. FOCUS ON ONLY EATING WHEN I AM HUNGRY AND STOP WHEN I’M FULL. DECIDED TO COMMIT
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Tue July 28, 6:36:18pm
veganinblack: eat slower, chew more, i need to do that
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Tue July 28, 6:36:39pm
JenniferParsley: Great job Maria!!!
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Tue July 28, 6:36:58pm
julieb: yes I liked it when Julie said before to ask yourself do I want more because I’m hungry or just because it tastes good. The answer is always because it tastes good & I can wait until the next meal to taste it again.
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Tue July 28, 6:37:57pm
mavery1454: that is so true!
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Tue July 28, 6:38:53pm
sharonhess: I had some really sad news about a good friend last week and its been hard — the day I found out I did eat about a 60/40 plate rather than 50/50, but I was still sad — and that was an appropriate feeling for the situation — sitting with it was hard though
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Tue July 28, 6:39:20pm
veganinblack: a lot of times when i stop at full and say you can have something later, i often dont have a snack
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Tue July 28, 6:39:41pm
JenniferParsley: Sorry to hear that Sharon. It is great that you recognized that it is appropriate to just feel sad. Feel the feelings.
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Tue July 28, 6:39:47pm
veganinblack: putting away lunch is also a good way to not over eat dinner
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Tue July 28, 6:40:01pm
mavery1454: so sorry sharon
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Tue July 28, 6:40:04pm
sharonhess: same here — I had been thinking about the frosty, but never got hungry again after dinner
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Tue July 28, 6:40:16pm
anon1927: What does SAD stand for
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Tue July 28, 6:40:29pm
veganinblack: i also can be lazy and dont want to make anyting after dinner
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Tue July 28, 6:40:48pm
julieb: I agree – I never realized how much extra food I ate when I was putting food away.
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Tue July 28, 6:40:54pm
mavery1454: SAD standard American diet
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Tue July 28, 6:40:56pm
JenniferParsley: SAD = Standard American Diet (= unhealthy junk)
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Tue July 28, 6:40:58pm
SandyShepherd: Standard American Diet
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Tue July 28, 6:41:02pm
veganinblack: Standard American Diet
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Tue July 28, 6:41:05pm
anon1927: thanks
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Tue July 28, 6:41:13pm
veganinblack: heh we were all on that
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Tue July 28, 6:41:20pm
sharonhess: Thanks Maria — Ive had to learn that feeling sad is tolerable. It is a new concept for someone who ran from emotions for most of her life
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Tue July 28, 6:42:04pm
JenniferParsley: We can definitely change our behavior, it can be a long, painful process though. Lots of lessons to be learned…again and again.
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Tue July 28, 6:42:07pm
sharonhess: Binge eating feels so out of control and then I would never know when the cycle would stop
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Tue July 28, 6:42:23pm
mavery1454: PD is so much more then about the food. It’s a full transformation. You are on your way sharon.
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Tue July 28, 6:42:32pm
JenniferParsley: JULIE – HOW LONG WOULD YOU ESTIMATE IT TOOK YOU TO STOP EMOTIONAL EATING? YEARS?
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Tue July 28, 6:42:34pm
sharonhess: Thanks!!!!
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Tue July 28, 6:42:49pm
SandyShepherd: It is a full transformation, Maria!
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Tue July 28, 6:43:03pm
sharonhess: I sure don’t miss the binging!!!
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Tue July 28, 6:43:33pm
julieb: Yes I also like how J&J say to come to your meal hungry so you’ll enjoy it more. & that’s easier to do when you don’t overeat at the previous meal.
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Tue July 28, 6:44:58pm
sharonhess: Ahh the trance — yes I have so been there — and thats the freedom of PD — I don’t do that anymore
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Tue July 28, 6:46:02pm
sharonhess: Julie – its knowing that you did all those things that drew me to PD in the beginning — its all the stuff I did and exactly how I felt
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Tue July 28, 6:46:33pm
julieb: yup been there done that LOL
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Tue July 28, 6:46:46pm
SandyShepherd: Love and relate to the 2 soda thing! LOL!
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Tue July 28, 6:46:48pm
JenniferParsley: Yes, it helps me so much to hear that Julie has been there too. And look at her now, the perfect example of health living on tortillas and veggies. These stories actually help me.
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Tue July 28, 6:46:59pm
sharonhess: Yep – the 2 soda’s
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Tue July 28, 6:47:09pm
vegangirl58: Goodnight al
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Tue July 28, 6:47:10pm
protectivediet: Any questions?
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Tue July 28, 6:47:12pm
vegangirl58: all
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Tue July 28, 6:47:20pm
protectivediet: we’re wrapping up if not
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Tue July 28, 6:47:29pm
sharonhess: Good night everyone!!! great class tonight!
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Tue July 28, 6:47:31pm
protectivediet: great job, this is going to be an awesome class
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Tue July 28, 6:47:44pm
CJinPodunk: thanks!
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Tue July 28, 6:47:54pm
protectivediet: It will probably be sharable…we’ll see
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Tue July 28, 6:47:56pm
anon7637: WHAT ABOUT PERCENTAGE OF CARBS?
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Tue July 28, 6:48:29pm
sharonhess: 50/50 plate at lunch and dinner
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Tue July 28, 6:48:50pm
veganinblack: PD food is amazing, all the spices and flavors
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Tue July 28, 6:51:12pm
JenniferParsley: Binge eating, not chewing well, and distracted fast eating all create bloating. When I consciously eat, chew well, and stop when full, my stomach feels so much better after a meal. I feel thin and light.
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Tue July 28, 6:51:37pm
sharonhess: I so hate tracking! I so love being able to listen to my body
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Tue July 28, 6:52:41pm
veggie365: The fudge looks amazing!

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Tue July 28, 6:52:47pm
mavery1454: Even when I an not seeing the weight loss on the scale but I have seen it in my clothes.
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Tue July 28, 6:53:04pm
SandyShepherd: Me too, Maria
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Tue July 28, 6:53:12pm
JenniferParsley: My weight never changes, I just love that about PD.
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Tue July 28, 6:53:27pm
mavery1454: I have never liked counting calories.
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Tue July 28, 6:53:44pm
anon2655: that’s my biggest challenge – getting rid of the scale!
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Tue July 28, 6:53:58pm
sharonhess: Luckily mine is still changing lol —
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Tue July 28, 6:54:27pm
JenniferParsley: Funny Sharon
When you reach your happy thin goal weight, it will never change.
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Tue July 28, 6:54:39pm
sharonhess: Our PDL group is the best ever!
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Tue July 28, 6:54:49pm
SandyShepherd: Yes it is
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Tue July 28, 6:56:57pm
anon2655: I like the idea of writing up your success story ahead of time & then working to make it come true
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Tue July 28, 6:57:19pm
sharonhess: Jennifer thats when I treat myself to some amazing clothes because I won’t be outgrowing them
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Tue July 28, 6:57:21pm
SandyShepherd: It’s a great idea. Sets your goal
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Tue July 28, 6:57:23pm
mavery1454: It’s the same thing as setting goals.
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Tue July 28, 6:57:33pm
JenniferParsley: I want to make a peach pie for brekkie. Peaches are in season at the Farmers Market now. That sounds delish, with yogurt on top.
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Tue July 28, 6:57:46pm
veganinblack: great class
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Tue July 28, 6:57:51pm
sharonhess: nom nom — love peaches
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Tue July 28, 6:58:06pm
mavery1454: peach pie are really good Jennifer
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Tue July 28, 6:58:20pm
veggie365: Thanks, J & J!

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Tue July 28, 6:58:23pm
SandyShepherd: Bye
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Tue July 28, 6:58:26pm
momthedork: Thanks!!
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Tue July 28, 6:58:27pm
sharonhess: night
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Tue July 28, 6:58:33pm
ProtectiveDiet: Thanks! Love Julie xoxox
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Tue July 28, 6:58:35pm
tanisha: Great class. Thank you!
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Tue July 28, 6:58:44pm
JenniferParsley: Yes Sharon, new clothes when you are at goal will be awesome! Good night!