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Green tea, food addiction and more.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

This past Saturday we bought 8 gallons of green tea when we went shopping, it was on sale for $2.50 per gallon so we bought all that was in the store. I cracked open the last of the bottles this morning so unless I go back out shopping I will be having home brewed green tea for the rest of the week, which isn't bad, just not as convenient. I mention the tea because through this entire change its the one thing that I go to when I want to have something with zero calories that I actually really really enjoy the taste of. I was drinking green tea before I decided to lose weight and I think I have grown to like it even more now than ever. If I am drinking it, its going to be green tea or water, I don't think I have had anything but that in at least a 2 month period, barring a random and not often beer here and there. Green tea has a ton of positive reactions with our bodies, the Catechins in the tea have been shown to have anticancer and anti inflammatory properties which that alone makes it worth drinking, then go ahead and add that it has been shown that it affect cholesterol levels in our bodies in a positive way and boost metabolism as well, so whats the problem? why aren't YOU drinking it?

My intake for Wednesday was good and I stayed under calories, I had 465 calories at the end of the day that I had not used up and wify was making popcorn so I had me a Gigantic bowl with some omega 3 spread and cheddar seasoning on it. though I did not add up the calories for this exactly, I know it was not close to the 465 that I had left so I am under calories, I just don't know exactly how much. I did have a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch and that was my first one in 4 months, now I miss them. otherwise all is well and I am on track with this change, which as I type this I realize is a way of life now, I do not have to try and stick to it, I do not crave the "bad" foods any more, I mean would I like to eat a bacon and onion pizza with a big glass of milk and some jalapeños on the side? sure, but the difference is that I realize that its not good for me and choose not to. it is amazing how easy this is when you just let go of the, dare I say "addiction" to food, and just eat reasonably instead of gorging yourself with fried chicken, mashed potatoes, ice cream, cake and the likes. food is for nutrition not for recreation, and that does not mean that you can never have a good old fashioned home cooked high fat meal, it just means that it cannot be the norm. Thats what I have on my mind this morning and this is the end of the page, so again I thank you for following along and I thank you all for your comments and emails and support etc etc etc, come back again now Ya'll hear.

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ZIRCADIA 5/31/2008 8:20AM

    Hey -- thanks for the add. :) I'm going through your most recent blog entries so sorry if I bombard with comments.

I just had to say -- I used to REALLY REALLY just eat solely to enjoy the feeling/taste/flavor of food in my mouth and as much of that as possible PLEASE! And it took me some time to understand that before I was eating for enjoyment -- which is not to say that now we can't enjoy our food but we understand that is not the PURPOSE of it and that if we let that alone be our guide to what we eat, we are really doing our bodies a disservice. Congratulations on having that understanding!!!

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SHUNT73 5/23/2008 6:27AM

    I hear ya,
Thankfully it is easy to eat in moderation, once your body gets out of the habit of gorging. I find with my eating that if I eat more than a sensible portion I physically feel sick; I don't remember that happening when I was at or close to my heaviest weight- I could eat all day long (getting 3rd or 4th helpings per meal- then snacking 30minutes after that).

Way to go brother!

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GLORYTOGLORY 5/22/2008 6:58PM

  Green tea good!! Seems like you are getting a balance!

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HEATHERBFIT 5/22/2008 1:51PM

    Just ran across this today, right after reading this blog!


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HISHAPPYAPPLE 5/22/2008 11:40AM

    I enjoy green tea too!
I recently had the pleasure of trying green tea with cambucha (spelling?) It's a Japanese mushroom. Anyway, the stuff was really good! It was almost like a ginger ale.

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LILLIAN364 5/22/2008 11:07AM

    Dude, I love green tea.

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PUMPKINFACE73 5/22/2008 10:42AM

    DUDE I am so going to get me some green tea to try.......I think it is on sale at CVS this week because I saw a lady by a whole cart full on Monday....LoL
So if you need some more check them out for price........have a great day!


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Tuesday and some Salmon

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

I would hate to jinx myself but the weight loss gods are on my side this week it would seem, last week was a 1 pound loss and since then I have dropped...well lets just say I am happy with it, You will have to wait until Friday to find out how kind they have been to me.

I am still doing all of the same things minus the walking and bike for the past week, I have only gone on 1 or 2 walks this week total. I am testing something out that I am suspecting happens with my body. I am noticing that if I work out steady like and week after week that the weight steadily comes off, it has come off each week since starting, I have yet to have a negative or no loss week since starting but when I workout hard one week and then have an easy week I seem to lose more per week than working out hard the entire time.

Dinner last night was fabulous...did I just say fabulous? wow it must have really been good and I finished up the day with 1453 calories. we had Salmon fillets and I prepared them with the recipe that I posted in an earlier post, we had sweet potato fries with them and I prepared the entire dish from taking the fish from the paper wrap to the table in about 20 minutes. I don't know if I was just craving it or if it was actually better this time but man it was good and I had a huge portion of it. I am actually considering switching to a fish only diet and abandoning chicken and Turkey all together, with that said, I am making BBQ rubbed chicken for dinner tonight with rice and either corn or Broccoli, or maybe a salad, hmmm decisions decisions.

Other than that its business as usual today, besides the later than usual post of course, Thanks for following along and I wanted to put it out there that if anyone that reads this needs help, support, or just an ear to listen, let me know.

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BABYLOWE 5/21/2008 4:24PM

  Oh! We had halibut with myer lemon, crimini onions, roasted barley with wild mushrooms and steamed baby vegetables for dinner last night-we have similar tastes. I make sweet potato fries with coriander, oregano and fennel-they are so incredible.
We live for fish too. Sadly, salmon is over $20 a lb here, if thats not portion control, I don't know what is.
Wow, this whole reply has been about food (it's my lunch time)

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MESACHICK 5/21/2008 12:16AM

  OK can come to our house and cook anytime! I am a salmon fan!

I find that when I change up my routine often, I lose more. I'll bet that's what did it for you...a change in routine!

YOU ARE ROCKIN'!!! (As usual)


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MOEDANCING 5/20/2008 5:12PM

    Yum...I would eat fish every day too

Love blackened salmon...aahh gees i am salivating!

wipes mouth dabs blouse :)

Interesting observation on activity level and loss...

I love it when sparkers act on what the body is telling them...when you lose the fear of change... seeing what happens if you do this or that...if we listen close enough we just might get it!

Always great thoughts
Always a good read my friend


hat time's dinner?

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KMEKATE 5/20/2008 5:09PM

    I love salmon, I mean I LOVE SALMON! Prepared anyway except in sashimi!

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GLORYTOGLORY 5/20/2008 4:59PM

  yuck fish! whatever works for you though. Sounds like you are a good cook!

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IRNWKRSWIFE 5/20/2008 4:36PM

  I actually followed a pescatarian diet for about 6 months, I ate fish and other seafood's as my only meat source, loved it!

My fave is tilapia pan grilled with Pam Olive Oil Flavor, then seasoned with cracked black pepper a little season all, and lemon juice squeezed on before serving, add to that a spinach salad with your fav dressing, and voila! Yummy.

Your doing great, cha cha cha, doing a little dance for ya!

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HEATHERBFIT 5/20/2008 4:25PM

    Dang, you make healthy eating sound soooo good! I wish I had time to cook like that! Instead I make my spark recipes on weekends when I can and freeze them. still tasty but not as good as fresh fish and veggies and and and... mmm... I'm getting hungry! lol

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100 pounds lost! a Milestone = MINE!!!!

Sunday, May 18, 2008

I took this picture halfway through typing this post out. it now says 433.4 lbs and thats after lunch and breakfast and more than 1/2 gallon of green tea today. You can see my size 14's Just hang off the edge of the scale :)

I was going to leave this post for my main blog at but since its a significant milestone here it is :)

100 pounds lost as of today

Today I have been very lazy, just hanging around the house so I figured I would hop on the scale and see what she said, well this morning it said 433.6 pounds and in my usual routine I get off and try again, 433.6 pounds again, one last time for accuracy sake and bamn! 433.6 pounds so it is official! that is 100 pounds that I have lost since Jan first 2008 101 lbs if I take that its under 434, we shall call it 100 pound at this point since I round up. Just 139 days worth of moderate eating and some more movement and I weigh 100 pounds less, who wouldda thunk it would have been this fast? this do I dare say, easy? I was thinking this morning after getting on the scale about what I may have been doing if not for this getting healthy thing that I started in Jan, maybe just sitting around and watching tv? perhaps sitting on the back porch watching my kids play instead of Playing WITH them? and the little things that get taken for granted by normal sized people, or even me at this weight are a plenty, four and a half short months in my more than 3 decades that I have lived on this planet. that four and a half months has likely given me more years in this world, and at the cost of what? some cake? a few giant servings of ribs? its amazing and I can't think of one thing that I could have been doing that would have been a better choice than what I've done in these last few months. Imagine this if you will for a minute, I have just lost 100 pounds off of my body, even with that great loss I still have 159 pounds to lose to reach the goal of 275 lbs that I have set for myself, is that 275 lb goal ambitious? I think so but so what? if I had stated on Jan 1st that I would lose 100 lbs in 139 days you might have thought that ambitious as well but I did it.

I do think that my Ideal goal weight should be roughly 275 lbs, and the way I came up with this number is that my father stands 6'1'' tall and he weighs 270lbs currently and to look at him I do not think anyone could or would say that he is overweight by any means. I have the same build as he does and we are both muscular, besides the fact that I am 4 inches taller than he is we look alike. but I also think that after I lose as much fat a I can that I will have a skin issue to deal with and the skin removal procedure can take off a good chunk of weight so I may actually bottom out with the loss at a higher number than the 275. I AM shooting for 275 lbs on my own but nothing is set in stone and I will roll with the punches and make changes as necessary.

So thats it, My Sunday post, The day that I lost 100 lbs, you were there, I want to thank anyone that has been reading along with my blog to this point the support was and is helpful as well as appreciated.

100 pounds less.

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SHERRY822 5/21/2008 11:40PM

    emoticon Botz, 100 pounds gone ! ! That is so great ! You are such an inspiration. People like you here on Sparkpeople help me to know that it is possible to achieve my gials. Thank you for sharing your remarkable accomplishment with all of us.---Sherry

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BRENDA_2010 5/21/2008 9:33PM

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You are doing a great job. Keep it up, you are so DONE!!!!!


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LADYCALLIE 5/21/2008 12:28PM

    Amazing!!! Thats just so incredible.........I wish I could do it!

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PAINTFUMES 5/21/2008 12:28PM

    WAY TO GO! emoticon

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MRSBUNNI 5/21/2008 12:40AM

    100 lbs?!? W-A-Y T-O G-O!!!!! You are an inspiration to us all. Keep up the great work!


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HEIDIS2NDCHANCE 5/20/2008 12:20PM

    Botzzz you are freaking amazing! Congrats on losing the 100 lbs! Success stories like yours keep me focused and going strong. Thanks for being so willing to share will all of us!

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WOLFKITTY 5/20/2008 1:48AM

    Congrats on your accomplishment! :D I saw your post in the Done message boards, and had to come check out the blog entry you promised.

Cheers! You with your green tea, and me with a glass of water.
All the best!

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TENACITY! 5/19/2008 10:57PM

    I salute you! What an accomplishment.

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91DILIGENCE 5/19/2008 9:07PM

    this is wonderful!! congratulations!!

It is funny, you say "some moderate changes in eating" but I bet they may have seemed bigger at the time.

little steps = big steps!


now go play WITH you kids!

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LILYOJEDI 5/19/2008 5:52PM

    This is most awesome. You rock! Keep up the great job. emoticon

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CASSIEKH 5/19/2008 1:38PM

    Congratulations on your weight loss so far! 100 pounds is an amazing accomplishment!

I can imagine that your success is a great motivating factor to keep on going. That is what I always tell people. Being able to say, "I've lost 100 pounds" just feels so darn good to say that you just want to keep going!

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HEATHERBFIT 5/19/2008 1:21PM

    Thank YOU for being such a motivational inspiration. You are truly an amazing person and I am so excited for you. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!! You rock!! :D Thanks again. I'm going to go take my dogs for a walk! :D

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KMEKATE 5/19/2008 12:10PM

    You Rockstar!!!!!!!

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SERIOUSLYOLGA 5/19/2008 9:24AM

  WOW! and I do mean WOW! That is absolutely amazing! You should be so proud of yourself! I am just amazed. no words can discribe it! You are an inspiration and a motivator. great job on the weight loss!
Of course you can reach your goal. You can do anything you set your mind to.!
Have a super great day!
WOW! emoticon

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WHITTI 5/19/2008 9:08AM

    wow!!! yes, you can lose 159 more...yes you can BOTZZZ. cause you are a winner already. and dang you are looking good!!!!


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MSMISSUSME 5/19/2008 8:56AM

    emoticon well done!

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STEPHDOWN 5/19/2008 8:32AM

    Awesome 100 pounds I am so excited for you!!!!!!!!!!! I have that scale!! :)

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LUCY_1981 5/19/2008 8:30AM

    Congratulations!! Wow, what an inspiring thing to see on a Monday morning. I truly look forward to reading your blogs and following along with the rest of your journey. Again, congratulations and keep up the amazing work!!

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DONEPAT 5/19/2008 7:46AM

    Wow, you made my morning! That was great to wake up to! You push me to do more, you really do.

I love the pic of the scale. Oh, and you have good-lookin'feet. LOL

Thank you for sharing your weight loss journey. I love every blog you do.

Patty emoticon emoticon emoticon

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DYING2BTHIN1983 5/19/2008 7:12AM

  wow, you are such an inspiration, not just for yourself but also for the rest of us who are and have been struggling with weight issues!! i really appreciate you sharing your momentous milestone with us and wish you the best of luck and lots of BIG huggies!!!
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KAREN_01 5/19/2008 2:32AM

    Congratulations!! You did so great.
All of the best for the rest of your journey.You can now be your own inspiration!!!!

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JO_GEE 5/18/2008 11:30PM

    that's so awesome!!! i just looked at your before and after! what an amazing change!

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BRINGINGIT 5/18/2008 11:08PM

    Thank you so much for sharing this momentous milestone with us! I am overjoyed for you and I can't wait to read your next milestone!!


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CLAIRSEAN 5/18/2008 9:34PM

    emoticon!! You are so DONE!! That is amazing and I am bursting with joy for you! emoticon

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CATIATM 5/18/2008 9:20PM

    That's an incredible achievement!

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MOEDANCING 5/18/2008 8:24PM

    I am weeping my tears of joy :)


thank you for this blessing ... this opportunity to share in a moment of your life that you will always will I

Who knew my friend...who knew?


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RAVENDUCLOS 5/18/2008 7:58PM

    Way to go!! You don't know me but I am very fricken proud of you!! Hot damn that's good!! I am approaching my first 100lbs. I have 19 more to go. That's so awesome keep it up!! emoticon

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MISSWRITE 5/18/2008 6:33PM

    Wow that is fantastic! Keep up the GREAT work. emoticon

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LILLIAN364 5/18/2008 6:29PM

    Wow! You're the incredible shrinking man! emoticon

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LADYJ305 5/18/2008 4:53PM

  That's amazing!! Keep up the awesome work!!!!


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WRITER28 5/18/2008 4:33PM

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Congratulations on your weight loss! What a great accomplishment!

Onward and downward (weight that is)


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MRSHONEYC 5/18/2008 3:55PM

    "You've come a long way, baby!"
WOOO HOOO on the MILESTONE! You've done an aMAZING JOB!
Keep up your GREAT WORK!
~MrsHoneyC~ Team Leader, SPClass January 6-12, 2008

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MESACHICK 5/18/2008 3:54PM

  Wow, Zeus, don't think I'm too cheesy, but this gave me a little tear today. YOU SO ROCK!! What a great accomplishment! This has gone FAST. You are doing absolutely awesome. :-)

Enjoy this all day today!!!!!!

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LADYTROLL 5/18/2008 3:37PM

    this is great ,i'm happy for you! every time i read such blogs i think " so someone did it ,i can do it too". so i look forward to reach that milestone too ,and the next one . emoticon

Comment edited on: 5/18/2008 3:35:47 PM

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GLORYTOGLORY 5/18/2008 3:24PM

  emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticonthats is just amazing how quick it came off! As for what you goal weight will be you alone will no what feels good on your body! My husband is 6'2" and weighs 240 he has alot of muscle that would normally be considered to high of weight but he had no extra weight on him. glad you take rest days thats usually when I lose after a week of hard workouts! As for the skin issue I have read several articles that a very high percentage of people losing 100 pounds or more need surgery after wards you are not alone. I know it might be something I face. Not really a big deal though rather go through that than be trapped in a prison of fat any day! Keep up the good work and are you celebrating you so need a reward woohoo!!!!!! I am thrilled for you and you family!!!!

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SAMANTHA212 5/18/2008 3:22PM

    You know what I'm going to say by now...YOU'RE FRICKIN AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
u rule!
You rock!
You're amazing!
You're great!
You're an inspiration!!!!!

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AMYG67 5/18/2008 3:10PM

  Awesome, Keep it up! By the way, nice toes! LOL
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LAURA915 5/18/2008 3:06PM

    Congratulations!!! You are doing so great and are such an inspiration. Keep up the good work!

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IRNWKRSWIFE 5/18/2008 2:42PM

  WTG! But i have to say that this statement...

Just 139 days worth of moderate eating and some more movement and I weigh 100 pounds less, who wouldda thunk it would have been this fast?

More movement? Your workouts are intense, you worked your azz off! I have been following along, and reading your blog on blogspot.. you have done a LOT more than just adding some "Movement" You rock, and you deserve every pound you lost!

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LILYPEARL 5/18/2008 2:42PM

    Wow!!! emoticon emoticon

I like that you had the presence of mind to take a picture of the scale at the time it happened. I'm going to have to remember that one.

Keep up all the good work! You are just starting to experience all the good and fun you're going to have as you watch your scale numbers get smaller and smaller and smaller...

emoticonLily emoticon emoticon

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LADYMALU 5/18/2008 2:40PM

    YAY!!!!!!!!! FOR YOU!!!!!!! How's that song go?

"What a difference 139 days makes..."

I know we don't know each other but we are both taking on the commitment to be healthy and fit and I know how you had to make good choices every single day several times a day to get to the place where you are today!


I have never sent a goodie to anyone. (Still kind of new on SP) I am going to send you one! As soon as I figure out how to!

Keep on keeping on!


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SOCKKNITTER 5/18/2008 2:32PM

    Wooooooeeeee!! Congratulations. You sure give me a kick in the ass for not doing more than I have in the same length of time . . . .

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Squeaked out a 1 pound loss this week.

Friday, May 16, 2008

This Honda CBF600 weighs in at 437 lbs

Squeaked out a loss for the week

I feel that determination is to blame for the loss this week, I started the week off by being higher last Saturday and then Sunday I had that terrible meal at Friendly's on Mothers day and I hung around 440 lbs all week. Wednesday after seeing how much I was up I made the decision to just work out and see where the cards fall. This morning I woke up and straight to the scale to see how it all turned out, I hop on and she whispers 437.2 pounds this is good I think to myself, so I step off to get a second opinion, second time on it says the same number 437.2 pounds, so it appears that I have a 1 pound loss for the week, I'll take it. Submit you will fat, I am the one making the decisions now. Honestly if there was no loss at all this week I wouldn't have been too upset, I just said to my wife last night that I am ok with the weight and it not about a number but about the way I feel and what I am doing that matters.

My intake was decent for the day even though it was heavy with breads, ending at 1375 calories, Dinner was a bit stout but as it was mostly turkey and sweet potatoes I am not too worried about it. we made seasoned grilled turkey burgers on 80 calorie rolls with onions, pickles lettuce and tomato, and for a side I made sweet potato fries and a huge glass of green tea, I was very happy as that is quickly becoming one of my favorite meals since starting this new lifestyle. here is the menu from Thursday.


7:45 AM
4oz deli turkey 120
2 slices whole wheat bread 140
1 tbsp miracle whip 35
sliced tomato 10
blueberry green tea 40

12:00 PM
small apple 60

3:00 PM
2 boiled eggs 140
lite roll 80
less than 1 tbsp miracle whip 25
small dill pickle 5
tiny bit newmans own lite honey mustard dressing 10

6:00 PM
8oz ground turkey burger 320
2 light rolls 160
condiments 30
8oz sweet potato fries 200

Grand total of 1375 calories for the day, and this week is going to be treated as a gateway to harder workouts, I have been playing with some light weights and riding the bike regularly (which we may have run into a problem but that is for another time) and walking when I can. I am one pound lighter which mean one pound stronger and one pound closer to 100 lbs lost, I am just three pounds away from that century mark and looking forward to being able to say that I lost 100 lbs, and every pound of it was lost on my own, no miracle pill, no expensive diet plan or stack of books. I am feeling good about making this decision and the results are huge.

Carry on...

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AROCHFORD 5/17/2008 9:38AM

    mmm yes your day of food yesterday sounded yummy. People would be appalled if I posted mine. I am still struggling:)

1 pound gone is wonderful and the 100 pounds I know you will do it soon. However the 97 pounds so far is amazing:)

Keep SParking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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KMEKATE 5/16/2008 3:23PM

    4 cubes of butter GONE! congrats!

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MESACHICK 5/16/2008 2:46PM

  You are a rock star Zeus!!!!!!!!

I, too, am a fan of turkey burgers. Haven't done red meat hamburgers since I tried them. Thank goodness for good ol' turkey. :-)

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GLORYTOGLORY 5/16/2008 12:43PM

  emoticon emoticonCelebrating you getting rid of another whole pound of fat!

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CATIATM 5/16/2008 11:22AM

    Do you struggle to control your hunger? I was crying into my pillow when I only ate 1200 calories, and I weigh a lot less than you do. Now I eat 1500-1750, and I feel less hungry and anxious. Just wondering.

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Its a State of mind

Thursday, May 15, 2008

There is something in the air today; upon waking up I felt the need to move. So I did. We were expecting rain so I left the house early and went on a 2 mile walk to get the blood moving, upon reaching my door again I went straight for the bike, 25 minutes later I had a decent sweat going and onto the dumbbells, Concentration curls, Hammer curls, One handed triceps extensions, Behind the head triceps extensions, followed by 50 push ups 20-15-15. All before noon, Tired, weak and sweating I feel great. Will I be sore tomorrow? Quite possibly, and most likely, but it will be the kind of pain that makes a person want more of the same. I do miss my heavy bag, maybe I will have to look into picking one up, ending this workout with some time hitting a heavy bag would have been the ending it needed. There’s a 6’5’’ 438 pound freight train coming through, step back now madam we wouldn’t want anyone to get hurt. Hey kid It’s a state of mind, could you pick up your pity and step aside now son, I have things to do.

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SAMANTHA212 5/16/2008 6:15PM

    Yet another blog entry that proves you are frickin awesome.
Seriously, with every word of yours that I read, I am more and more in awe of you.

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WRITER28 5/16/2008 7:21AM

  To comment upon your comment on my SP--from everything I've read about Whey Protein, it doesn't cause weight gain, so I guess your comment left me kinda confused. No matter, it's no biggie.

Anyway, congrats on your success and in sticking with your fitness routine. Hope you find a bike seat that is more comfortable.


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MZUNGU-TEMBO 5/15/2008 8:54PM

    Man with that sort of energy you're lucky your significant other didn't hand you a can of paint or vaccum and tell you to 'go at it!"

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GLORYTOGLORY 5/15/2008 6:56PM

  woohoo I just heard a winners attitude!!!

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JANET_LA68 5/15/2008 2:31PM

    There is no doubt you have your eye on the prize. Don't take your eyes off it. Its yours for the taking. emoticon Janet

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AUNTTAROLE 5/15/2008 2:30PM

    what a workout....I need to do the same...whoo!whoo! I'm so glad to have gotten on the X train (to read your blogs, that is)! I didn't want that to sound raunchy (hehehe!)

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WRITER28 5/15/2008 1:54PM

  Was wondering...are you drinking a protein drink to help with muscle soreness? I do this and it really helps. It's not required of course, but I find that since I don't get enough protein, the drink really helps. I buy Designer Whey Protein, as whey protein is, IMO, the best type of protein. Of course you'd have to research to decide for yourself.

Just thought this might help.


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FEATHERGIRL34 5/15/2008 1:20PM

    ROCK ON!! That is awesome!! I love days like that!!

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SSDCQUINCY 5/15/2008 1:15PM

    Way to go! Keep that train moving man! emoticon

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MESACHICK 5/15/2008 1:09PM

  Choo choo, man!!! YOU GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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DTWINGS33 5/15/2008 12:55PM

    You are amazing....Keep up the Great work!!

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PUMPKINFACE73 5/15/2008 12:45PM

    Done DUDE you are like the energizer keep going, and going, and going, and going...........

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RDORTON 5/15/2008 12:37PM

    That train is moving and running people down!! Keep up the great work!

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KMEKATE 5/15/2008 12:35PM

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