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    Hi, I am new here. Came across this site while searching for healthier ways to eat. It looked interesting and made a lot of sense so I ordered the book and got going. All I can say is that the results so far are amazing. I have lost 3.5kg in 10 days (that's 7.7lbs!) I love this way of eating/living. It really suits me.


    A bit of background: I am a South African living in the UK with my family (husband and 2 year old daughter + my husbands family). We moved here over a year ago and are loving every minute of it. Although we did move here for a better quality of life, we fell in to the same rat-race type lifestyle that we were in back in SA. We are working on changing that though (moving to the country soon etc).


    After having my daughter, I was left with a lot of extra weight which I couldn't lose. I tried all sorts of diets and exercise routines, but nothing seemed to have lasting results.


    After trying PB, I now weigh 66.5kg! I would like to get back down to 60kg.


    Thanks Mark, for putting up all this useful information on this site! If I hadn't stumbled upon it and read all this valuable tidbits, I probably would never have ordered the book. (as I have a pile of diet books already).


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    Welcome Osiris Tree. The rest of us are here because it just makes sense as well. I think you will find this group very supportive. Sounds like you are doing well and good luck with your future plans.


    Hey, what's an Osiris Tree?

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      Thank you Sharon.

      My nickname is Tree as my name is Trey. And Osiris was the brand of shoe I always wore. Nothing interesting

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        Welcome Tree!

        www.primalfreedom.blogspot.com

        If a man has the right to self-ownership, to the control of his life, then in the real world he must also have the right to sustain his life by grappling with and transforming resources; he must be able to own the ground and the resources on which he stands and which he must use. In short, to sustain his human right. - Murray Rothbard

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          Hello Osiris Tree,

          Welcome! I am new here too and it's a wonderful site. The people are very supportive and helpful. It sounds like PB is already working for you. That's great!!

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            Thank you for all the welcomes!

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