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    ANDRIANA11   4,164
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Worried ?

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Last week I only lost 600 grams and not that it is not a loss.
I am just a little worried, because I expected more because I ate a lot less and exercised more over the course of that week.

What am I doing wrong?
Has anyone been through this: eat less, exercise more, but little to no weightloss.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BECCABOO127 11/1/2012 11:24AM

    I agree with Mrs Toad wholeheartedly!


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MRS_TOAD 10/25/2012 8:35AM

    Give your body time to adjust to the exercise and nutrition changes. Likewise, make sure you are not eating too little. And then it is all about patience and consistency.

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X5X52000 10/24/2012 7:55PM

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ANDRIANA11 10/24/2012 5:03AM

    Thank you all for your support and advice. I will take it a day at a time.
I am getting back to enjoying the journey and not let numbers de-motivate me.

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JESSYVIRGINY 10/23/2012 6:10PM

    1.3lbs is a great loss for a week. Any m ore than 2lbs isn't healthy. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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RSSSLHB 10/23/2012 3:16PM

    emoticon take it one day at a time emoticon

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ANDRIANA11 10/23/2012 7:50AM

    Thank you Diane for your encouragement, you are right I should just enjoy the journey and not give up.
I'll emoticon

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DIANE7786 10/23/2012 6:49AM

    Don't worry. 600 gms is 1.3 lbs. Healthy weight loss over time averages 1/2 to 2 lbs a week. Don't let yourself become impatient or so frustrated you want to give up. Slow weight loss is generally more permenant than fast loss. Relax and enjoy the process toward reaching your weight loss goal.


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