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Breakn a digit

Friday, March 22, 2013

Okay so I've finally broken a digit that I havent hit in 3 years......I have been going to the gym 4 days a week since january 1 and eating on program every day and not drinking except for once a week and it was like cement on my body....not coming off...very tuesday,Wednesday and Thursday I said I was going to do shake shake salad and then dinner with fruit and if I lost nothing....I was giving up and drinking myself senseless LOL.....well this morning was the weigh in and I actually lost 3.3 pounds...YAY for now I dont have to drink myself senseless and I will keep on trudging numbers diabetes wise have been phenomenal so I will keep doing what I'm doing and hope for another pound next week....thats all I ask for at least 1 pound...

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RLEEGIRL 3/23/2013 8:52PM

    Thanks for your support

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FAVALL 3/22/2013 4:28PM

    The great choices for exercise and food are paying off. I find that the drinking tends to cancel out those efforts because I ALWAYS end up drinking more and eating more than I plan. Alcohol also seems to shut down my metabolism for a couple of days. I've decided that is too high a price to pay for what I really want... weight loss and health. I now only drink white wine on a special occasion, and am willing to live with that guideline, at least until I reach my goal.
emoticon yourself, you'll be surprised what you accomplish!

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HISOWN1 3/22/2013 1:50PM

    Remember there are many non-scale victories too NSV - such as clothes feeling better, lab and blood tests - using less medicine (as for me I have eliminated one of my blood pressure pills and the one I am on MAY have to be reduced because of all the cardio from walking!)


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