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    I've been physically active most of my life. Two years ago I joined the fitness industry by becoming an Official Zumba Instructor, a CanFitPro Certified Fitness instructor specialist, and last year, a certified CanFitPro Older Adult Fitness specialist.

    Despite above, I've gained about 1-2 lb of fat per year over the last 10 years or so.

    Last year, a colleague introduced me to the Primal Blueprint and demonstrated an incredible personal weight loss of 60 pounds. I bought the book and also adopted the lifestyle and diet. Over the last 6 weeks I've lost about 15 pounds, and I feel great. Many have commented about how healthy I now look.

    I'm unset about the poor diet advise, that I got in the past and I'm concerned about the unnecessary related suffering I see in so many others. I'm glad I got that excess weight behind me and I'm much happier with my appearance and abundant available energy.

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    Ed---- Welcome!!!
    You are in a great position to give your students an alternative to the crappy diet advice that's out there...
    go for it

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    So glad to have you here. Welcome.



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    Thanks for the welcome. I intend to pass on the diet advise, but most don't want to hear about "another diet". It really is too bad that good advice gets lost in the commercial "noise". That's why it took so long for me to "hear". But I'm glad I did.

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