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I have restarted my food diary

Monday, April 08, 2013

I have once again start doing my food diary, I have 7 weeks before I go on holiday and would like to get below 12 stone which is only 2 pounds(not so daft as it sounds as I am having difficulty losing weight), ideally I would like to lose 6 pounds but I am wary of setting a target.
Not really sure why I cannot lose the weight as I walk everywhere and go to the gym and do at aqua jogging once a week and some weeks I go swimming. I have cut out nibbling and try to eat sensibly.
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  • OO0SUSIE0OO
    You are exercising, so measure your loss in how your clothes fit if the scale isn't showing it, might be your muscles keeping weight up but slimming you down.
    1263 days ago
  • ELAINEANNE1
    Thank you for all the support and friendship.
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    1267 days ago
  • MNLEONA
    I did also. It really helps me.
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    1268 days ago
  • MAGGIE101857
    So frustrating when we work so hard at it and the scale refuses to budge. Good for you for not giving in - maybe the food diary will help you pinpoint some hidden calories! Tracking is a lot of work; I'm not the best at sticking to it, but when I do, I'm always shocked at how the calories add up!
    1269 days ago
  • SJACK06S
    I've hit a plateau, too. You are not alone! It's frustrating but setting a small goal for the meantime will help you stay on track.

    Good luck in reaching your goals.
    1270 days ago
  • MS.ELENI
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    1270 days ago
  • MCJULIEO
    You (and I) CAN do this!
    1270 days ago
  • KATHARINE1948
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    that is my problem also . Your not alone . I am going to emoticon
    in the morning . Hoping to see results

    1270 days ago
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