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Team Name: Veggie Peertrainers!
Members: 7
Location: BN3 1NB



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Profile: I am a vegetarian learning about clean living and healing myself through food. I am doing the Fresh Start Cleanse and PONR program and wanted to start this team for all vegetarians on peer trainer who want to swap ideas / recipes etc.

Last posted: Thursday, July 18, 2013, 9:58 AM

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Members profiles:
40 years young, vegetarian, devoted yoga practitioner & teacher.


30, lawyer, busy work and active social schedule. Fighting those last 5ish pounds and ready to fully get there, be toned and strong and extremely healthy. I live with my boyfriend of several years and my dog, and spend a lot of time out and with friends (which can be a downfall). I've been a vegetarian since high school and recently gluten free.


I am 33 years old, recently married, living in the UK. I love acting, sewing and living in different cultures. I need to lose about 30 pounds, I would like to start running again, but am a bit scared to since I tore the cartilage in my knee last time I trained for a 10km run. I currently do Zumba twice a week and walk a bit but am looking to really increase this.


36 years old female who's crazy about cats.


I am 36 and married with 3 daughters, 8, 4 and 2. I work part time as a special education teacher.


I'm a single mom to a DD (Age 6) & work a FT desk job. I struggle with the energy to even get the necessities done so healthy food and exercise often get kicked to the side, although I'm very nutrition label conscious, organic- and GMO-aware, etc. I'm 5'2 with a naturally muscular hourglass build so even at my thinnest I never really felt thin enough. Before pregnancy, my weight fluctuated b/w 117 and 135, but usually settled at 125. I've slowly come down from my pregnancy weight of apx. 180 . Pre-cleanse, the lowest I weighed post-pregnancy was 135 (using RX weight loss drugs), which I didn't maintain long. My first PT cleanse in December 2012 got me down to 132.5, which I also didn't maintain long BUT it helped me realize I can get my weight down I just have to be super patient and clean with my diet. I'm an all or nothing type, and am used to being able to not work out for months then resume and quickly be back at my previous level. That approach has only gotten me shin splints and increased my frustration since becoming a mom :-(


I am 72 years old. I just went back to work after 7 months of recovering from a pulmonary embolism. I am a public defender, love my job and really hope that eating clean, eating real food, and losing weight will allow me to get off oxygen. A portable oxygen concentrator gives me the ability to do my job. However, it slows me down, is awkward and I feel old with it. I . know, I am old by most people's standards but I didn't feel old before this happened.






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