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BRIANLIEBERTH
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10/7/13 12:32 P

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I can tell you from experience that while as someone else said it may take some time to get things back into balance it can happen. Exercise is important and vitally so but no one can out exercise a bad diet.

I have dieted successfully and mostly unsuccessfully for 40 years and in the last six months have found a path that works for me. It took me a while to get things feeling normal and losing weight at a regular pace and for my body to feel good, but it has happened for me.

Your body may have some unpredictable results but following good nutrition it can happen. The exception to this of course is if there is a disease lurking somewhere that can get in the way.

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Do or do not do; there is no try

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10/7/13 12:23 P

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Whoever told you that is a fool. Yes, yo-yo dieting can mess with your metabolism and make it a little harder to get the weight off, but not impossible. A healthy diet with exercise can do it.

It is what it is....


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10/6/13 1:00 P

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I'm not a professional but at one point really wanted to be...THAT'S HORRIBLE INFORMATION! It's input verses output period. The body knows what to do when you do what's required. Find multiple sources for your info and you'll find the same facts repeated throughout.

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PANFRIEDTROUT
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10/5/13 12:58 A

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as with other posters, I too have dieted on & off the last 30+ years of my life and yet, I've been able to lose weight (& keep it off) thanks to making some lifestyle changes over the last couple of years.

is it harder? yes
is it impossible? nope!!!

If you want to walk on water, you have to get out of the boat. (auth unk)


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MICHELLEXXXX
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10/4/13 3:30 P

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It is possible to lose weight with normal portion sizes regardless of your history.

"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." John 3:16


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NENATO2
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10/3/13 10:05 A

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Well, I'd say (and this is just my opinion) that person is probably a very negative one. Most positive people would not give in to that statement of hopelessness.

I'm battling because of some health issues. But I'm not giving up. For me, giving up would just add more pounds which just isn't healthy for me.

Edited by: NENATO2 at: 10/3/2013 (10:06)
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10/3/13 7:04 A

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"is it possible to begin losing weight after your body gets used to 'normal' eating and normal portions?"

Yes, definitely. It may take time for the body to adjust, but the body is a marvelous thing -- it DOES adjust, both to healthy and unhealthy diets.

Stay in for the long haul, be patient, and eat healthy. Yes, it is possible for you to lose weight.

Very best of luck! You will succeed. But be sure to eat healthy from here on out.

"If any thing is sacred the human body is sacred...Have you seen the fool that corrupted his own live body? or the fool that corrupted her own live body? " -- Whitman

“Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string.” -- Emerson

"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." -- Thoreau


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MISSRUTH
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10/3/13 7:00 A

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Well I'm not an "expert"-- I can only speak of my own personal experience. I lost the weight in my 50's, after yo-yo dieting for 30+ years. So yes I'd say it's possible. It may very well be that (especially depending on how much you have to lose-- I peeked at your SparkPage and it says you want to lose 20 lbs.) the weight comes off slowly. And then it's easy to get discouraged, say "this isn't working", and just give up. BUT a 1/4 pound a week or any little amount of loss, really-- it all adds up over time.

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10/2/13 11:35 P

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I believe it can be done. I had dieted all my life and done some crazy ones. But now that I am on a healthy lifestyle of eating and working out my body had done fine.

Terri


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CHANGINGFACES27
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10/2/13 10:30 P

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I am not a dietitian, but it is not impossible. However, the more you yo yo diet, the harder it is to get the pounds off in my experience.

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I would be inclined to speak with a Registered Dietitian, because most of weight-loss comes down to diet (not *A* diet.)

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NIRERIN
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10/2/13 9:22 P

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it's not impossible to get you back to a state where you can lose weight, but you will more likely burn fewer calories than had you not dieted. and what ends up being your normal sized portions will end up being on the smaller side of average.

-google first. ask questions later.



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10/2/13 8:57 P

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A fitness expert told me today that when someone has dieted as much as I have, it's virtually impossible to get your body back into a state where it loses weight.
Is this true, or is it possible to begin losing weight after your body gets used to "normal" eating and normal portions?
I'm waiting for an answer with baited breath! emoticon



 
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