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I don't think there is an answer

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Had my thyroid checked out yesterday and the doctor decided it didn't need to be biopsied, didn't think it had caused my 9lb weight gain either, so crap on that. lol I am not sure where to go from here regarding my weight. I have counted all my calories for three wks now and nothing has changed. I was down a lb on Monday but gained it back by Tue. I have varied my calories, 1500 one day, 1800 another, 1600 an other, no change. Doing interval training on my elliptical, varying that. Is this all because I will be 62 tomorrow and my body is tired of change?? I drink my water, I eat my mufa's, I don't eat in the evening due to bad GERD, I think I am doing everything right but my weight doesn't change. Could it all be my attitude?? I remember a few months ago I did HCG for the second time, I didn't stick to the 500 cal a day but did keep it at 700 or less and I lost nothing. So if I don't lose on 700cal and I don't lose on 1600 cal where do I go from here????
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JEANNE229 8/23/2012 10:11AM

    Everything I read says EAT (I know, you've tried that) so your metabolism won't shut down. I found when I eat fewer carbs but more bulk, and eat often, I lose better. Counter intuitive, but it works for me.

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NELLJONES 8/23/2012 8:12AM

    You have to give yourself a longer timeline. Weight doesn't drop off just because you are watching. Do each day what your Plan tells you to do,then keep that eye on the months.

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KAYYVAUGHN 8/23/2012 5:43AM

    Maybe the doctor should run some lab work. Tracking and exercise should be working.
Keep me updated.
Kay

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