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HRH wrote:The best advice I can give you is to go and get Jenny Brand Miller's books about low GI dieting and how it benefits PCOS, the best one is 'The Low GI Guide to Managing PCOS' , however there is a book written with a 12 week meal plans (and exercise guides) and another book that explains exactly what low GI eating is and how it can benefit people from all walks of life, each are around 25-30 dollars but really worth it. From my own experience this has been the best, non torturous way to maintain long term weight loss.
Goodluck with all the exercising, as a suggestion similar to your picture of yourself to try and motivate you, make a poster with pictures of what you want your future to be life. Cut out things from magazines eg, pictures of women of a healthy weight, pictures of being in the navy/ships and write up simple, realistic goals. Put it in your room because it will remind you of all the good that will come of being fit and healthy and keep you optomistic.
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