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Day 27, Ice Cream (T-338)

Monday, January 27, 2014

emoticon So hubby bought some ice cream, and I haven't been so good with it this weekend. I've had about 1 & 1/2 cups day & night, which = 3cups per day this weekend. ug
emoticon My meals were still on track. So it wasn't like I went waaaay off the deep end. But I'm leaving the ice cream alone for a little while.
emoticon Got my test back from the Doctor this morning, which shows 'pre-diabetic'. So I really need to start watching the amount of 'table' sugar I'm consuming. I don't really understand diabetes. So I guess I'll read up on it a bit.
emoticon emoticon Lost 1 pound last week. I expected a bit more, but that's ok. It still adds to this months loss, which equals 7 pounds so far, for the month.
emoticon That's a very important thing to always keep in perspective. Slow progress is still progress, and instead of looking at the 'weekly amounts', focus on the whole monthly loss. There may be 3 great weeks and 1 or 2 slow weeks. But when you add those 3 weeks up, you'll see that the results for the month shows good progress.

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  • v SIMONEKP
    looking at cumulative loss is a good balanced way to view your progress, each week will not be the same.
    880 days ago
  • v SAPHRAEL
    It's good to know that you are only pre-diabetic. That means you can turn it around with a healthy diet and exercise, both of which you are already working on! You got this!
    880 days ago
  • v SEATTLESIMS
    1 lb is great progress.. keep at it 7 lbs in a month is fabulous!
    Yep, diabetes sucks.. best to learn about it now and take steps to avoid it! I'm trying, have a family history of Type 2, so know more than I wish!
    Have a great day!
    881 days ago
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