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  1. Take it steady to start with. It will get easier and then you can start to change your plan accordingly when you get more confident. My weekly losses were very slow in the beginning.
  2. 4 months and 2 days. It’s mostly due to a fairly large calorie deficit. I did try to get into running but hate it so that didn’t last long. We also acquired a cycling machine from a family member but that didn’t last either. The main exercise for me was extra long walks with the dog. We run our own business only a 10 minute walk from home but I was going the long way and doing 45 mins to an hour walks instead. The MyFitnessPal app on my phone and a Fitbit helped massively with the motivation but then I am a bit of geek when it comes to recording stats and figures!
  3. Well done @Madstacks - keep going, it does get easier 👍 Without intending to I lost another 2lbs. It’s a bit worrying as I had reached my target weight and thought I was eating enough to maintain weight. My wife experienced the same. We’ve put it down to the stress of dealing with everything that’s going on at the moment but certainly need to keep an eye on it.
  4. So apart from the obvious reason being he never had it and it was just propaganda, why was Prince Charles in isolation for only 7 days when everyone else testing positive has to isolate for a minimum of 14 days?! The funniest one I’ve seen is that lizard people have a 2x regeneration rate 😄
  5. ‘Suspected’ is now a good enough reason to add it to the figures?! Someone is trying to the boost the figures artificially.
  6. I stand corrected on this. The 21 year old was actually the girl who was originally reported as the youngest UK victim of C19 but it transpired that was wrong and she died of a cause not related to C19. There was no suggestion that she died from suicide, it was an illness.
  7. I believe this is in direct contrast to how they have recorded deaths pre-covid19. The link further back to the article in The Spectator by the recently retired NHS consulate pathologist states... "the vast majority of respiratory deaths in the UK are recorded as bronchopneumonia, pneumonia, old age or a similar designation. We don’t really test for flu, or other seasonal infections. If the patient has, say, cancer, motor neurone disease or another serious disease, this will be recorded as the cause of death, even if the final illness was a respiratory infection. This means UK certifications normally under-record deaths due to respiratory infections." So are the numbers even more skewed? Are the true deaths caused by C19 less and the true deaths caused by flu actually more? The mainstream media are still reporting "deaths from coronavirus" when there hasn't even been a postmortem yet to determine the actual cause of death.
  8. Not sure if you're including me in that but have a look at some of my older posts when I used to come to the forum more often. I was one of sixgns biggest opponents and rather vocal about it if I remember. What this current situation has taught me is that even the unthinkable can happen and very quickly too. What it has done is start to open my mind to what else can happen, which includes the possibilities of the powers that be getting things very wrong and/or misleading the public. As I said above, I'm still doing what the government are telling me to do and I advise everyone else do the same, but that doesn't mean I can't question them over it.
  9. That explains the confusion then. The SARS mentioned in the government website as a HCID is SARS-CoV-1 which has not seen a case since 2004. Even in your link they go on to use the term SARS when talking about SARS-CoV-1 but they don't refer to Covid-19 as SARS other than in its name (SARS-CoV-2). The government website clearly defines SARS as a separate disease to Covid-19. All adds to the confusion and misunderstanding!
  10. A link to anything that proves all the other links I have posted are wrong, which is what you have constantly been suggesting. I don't want a PM, post it here for all to see. (You won't be able to PM me anyway as my inbox is full and I can't be bothered to clear it.)
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