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Saturday, January 05, 2013

So today is weigh in day for The Biggest Loser Competition and I went and processed in and now I am excited to get moving. I weighed in at 194.7 pounds and my goal is 160 so that is 34.7 pounds. This competition goes for 3 months and I doubt I'll lose that much but 15 or 20 would be nice. At least I wasn't 200 lbs which I was worried about.
On Fox news this morning, the biggest loser diet and nutritionist was on promoting her book and I liked what she had to say. So I ordered it from Don't ask me the name of it but it intrigued me because she was talking a lot about adding fiber and how women need 35 grams of fiber and I know I don't get enough of it.
So this morning I had a bowl of fiber one raisin bran cereal and skim milk. Then I had a nice big salad with plenty of chopped veggies and turkey. I just had a banana for a snack and for dinner, its stir fry left over ham and veggies with yakisobi noodles. So far so good.
I check in on Monday at 7:30 for my first workout and then meeting with the nutritionist at 8:30. Can't wait. Looking forward to it. emoticon emoticon
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    I use the SP food tracker to make sure I get enough fiber.

    I'm doing a Biggest Loser thing at work too, but yours sounds way more supportive. LOL! Good luck to both of us!
    1388 days ago
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    1388 days ago
    emoticon Away you go and it sounds like you're off to a great start!!
    I know when I eat more fiber and drink water, I just feel so much better! (even if, like during the holidays, I am not real terrific about everything I choose to eat!)
    Here's to your SUCCESS!
    1389 days ago
    I love FiberOne but can't get it here - last time I was in the US I brought back two big boxes!
    1389 days ago
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