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  1. Hello! I’m StealthNinjaWarrior...NOT! just joining NF to mostly find a fun and supportive community and this game theme seems so fun! I don’t know much of that world, but so far it seems fun! So, I’m turning 49 in a week and am the heaviest...and in the worst shape of my life! As a female, getting older and my hypothyroidism has my metabolism beyond slow! It’s a battle, even on thyroid meds. That said, not watching what I eat has been my downfall this past 6 months, so here I am to tackle the damage and then some. My big quest is to lose 15-20 lbs. ideally 20!
  2. Good day and welcome! I'm Andrea, science nerd at heart (astrophysics, as you probably read) and I'm on a journey to getting into real good shape! The cliché says theoretical scientists are not at all sporty or active and I'm here to disprove that! Using the scientific method! And bringing out a paper on it! Kidding. I'm just gonna work out and kick some ass. My ultimate goal is to be in damn good shape by the time I graduate (June 2015). I'm currently 138 lbs, 5"2. It's on the edge of ''official overweight'', when relying on BMI, but we all know that's a bit biased, as I work out 4-5 ti
  3. I have a low thyroid (hypothyroidism). I was hoping I could find some others that have the same issue, or even hyperthyroidism to learn about how others deal with fluctuating energy levels and/or hormone changes. How have you changed to stay healthy and what is the hardest part about dealing with your health problems?
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