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The ups and downs of a year.

Sunday, March 24, 2013

I was just looking at my weight report for the past year. I am exactly the same weight today that I was 1 week shy of a year ago. In that time, I have gained 25# reaching my high weight of 347.6# on Sept 10, 2012. Since Sept,I have lost that 25# again. Now I just have to keep working at that downward trend, and not spend another year making no progress!
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    I just wrote a blog about how much more I weigh at my recent Sparkversary than when I started. That is not how this is supposed to work. We don't give up. We are still here, working on doing the little things that add up to big change.
    1733 days ago
    I hear you!!! I'm in the same boat, but you know, WE CAN DO THIS!!!

    And....We're Going to do it, too!!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1786 days ago
    You are headed in the right direction! Keep up the good work!
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  • JIBBIE49
    DONE GIRL, glad u are working at getting it to come down. When my friend was 325# her doctor said "Diane, you are so fat now, that in a year you will be 425# and not even know it because it won't be a big change to you." That really was a wake up moment for her. She went on the diet he made available for her and she released 180# in a year and a half. She's kept it off well over the years and made sure to get rid of all the clothes that were to big. (She did use Phentermine from him, and Metformin since she was pre-diabetic.)

    I'm reading The Diabetes Diet by Richard Bernstein MD and he has lectures on YouTube. He says all obese people are Insulin Resistant and can benefit from Metformin.
    1793 days ago
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