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One Solid Week Down

Monday, April 23, 2012

I have went one solid week with a new life style change. I was discourage with not seeing weight loss at first but then decided to go back to the basics on this site. I started last week and today I have seen a few pounds shed away. It was fun. I am still getting cravings and think of food a lot. I am hoping that this will go away with time or I will learn how to deal better with it. I have walked every night for the last 8 nights. It is about a mile but even my breathing seems a pinch better. I am excited for once with the opportunity of getting into a new life style.
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  • v LESLIELENORE
    emoticon That's awesome that you're walking every day. I started just by walking around the block. The human body is strange sometimes. Just because we have a calorie deficit each week, doesn't mean we see the same weight loss each week. I have a really good week, followed by a tiny loss the next week, usually. Just keep moving and eating healthy and the results will happen... just maybe not as fast as we want it to!
    1495 days ago
  • v SHELLYBABE2
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    Congrats on your successes! Speaking from experience and currently going "cold turkey" and struggling myself at the moment I can tell you that as your successes become consistent your food cravings should lessen (can't promise they will go away completely more's the pity) you will gain a certain satisfaction that supersedes the need for your "favourite but shouldn't have too much of food" but in the meantime all you can do is take one day at a time & carry on doing what you did this last week & try to keep tempation out of the way.

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    If it helps remember you are not alone in your struggles :)
    1496 days ago
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