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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

It's Tuesday and it's weigh in day and I lost 4 freaking pounds! I so happy! I really want to win our companies biggest loser contest and my scale is telling me it's possible. I became a rabbit this past week, very light eating but I think healthy. I had yogurt and fruit for breakfast at about 8am, 10am a veggie snack, 12 noon large salad with egg and light dressing, 2pm yogurt, 4pm veggie snack and 6pm another large salad with egg and light dressing AND IT WORKED! I'm going to continue this as long as possible as our contest ends April 9th and I'm fearful that if I don't win I may kill the guy who is my only competition. Wish me luck or tell me the name of a good lawyer who can get me off for Murder…….REDRUM……REDRUM
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    You go girl! woohoo! Sounds like you are on track, just remember to not drop below 1200 cals. Don't want to go into starvation mode, but how awesome is that 4 lb loss? I hope you win the biggest loser contest. It's those successes that keep us going. That's the way to beat the evil cheesecake!
    3561 days ago
  • MSPICKL1979
    LOL. Whooo hoo. 4 pounds is wonderful. I didn't see anything about cheesecake in your daily account of food. LOL. You are really working it. Keep it up. I want to know when you win.
    3561 days ago
    Just remember it takes calories to burn calories, so if you go too low, your body will think it is in starvation mode and try to hang on to every ounce of tissue it has. Then worse yet, when it decides to break down tissue, it might draw upon your muscle just as easily as your fat.

    But then again, who am I telling how to lose weight too! 4 lbs rocks!

    You rock!

    Plead guilty by reason of dieting.... but be sure to get an overweight judge and leave krispy kreames for the jury!
    3561 days ago
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