welcome to this team.you can do this especially with the formalar you are using.once you find something that works and makes sense to you (like maths)then it usually works better than anything else.good luck and i will definately check out you blog after posting this.good luck.
Hi, my name is Jason and thanks for visiting our blog. I have struggled with obesity almost my entire life. My father got sick with cancer when I was seven and died soon after my eighth birthday. I did not show my emotions, but ran to food as my only source of comfort. I would consume $30-$40 per week of junk food (twenty years ago that was a lot of money) from Little Debbie's to potato chips. By age fourteen I hit 285 pounds. When I was a senior in High School I was working three jobs, because I wasn't living at home, and one was at a factory where the average temperature was 127 degrees. That summer I lost a lot of weight and got down to 199 for just one day. I then went off to college and began a sedentary lifestyle. I put on the pounds to almost 300 pounds. Before we started this blog I had been on a strict diet for a whole week and I could not weigh myself because our scales max out at 330 lbs. We bought new one and I finally found out that I weighed 336.4 lbs. Today when I weighed myself I dropped to 335.6 lbs which is a 0.8 lbs difference. So I figure that I had to weight at least 340 lbs to start off with. This is not a diet for me, though I might refer to it as a diet, it is more a lifestyle change. I am counting calories, measuring my foods, and exercising more often. I have tried a lot of the fads and other diets to no avail from accai berry, Hollywood diet, low carb diet, low protein diet, a fat flush diet, and more pills, shakes, drinks, and food diets than I care to share. I love math and so I am looking at this at a whole new approach. 3500 calories= 1 pound of fat. I burn roughly 3500 calories a day. If I cut my calorie intake to 2000 calories a day seven days a week (but still eating to get full) I should lose an average of 3 lbs per week, not counting exercise. My motto for this is, "If you always do what you've always done, you will always be what you've always been."
"If you always do what you've always done, you will always be what you've always been." Author Unknown.
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