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Thanks, TRUBRU! I have always had one toe glued to the scale!! I think the energized feeling can really help us feel like we are going in the right direction!!

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I like your attitude. I realize that I was focused too much on the scale. I wasn't even thinking about inches lost. I will continue to track my food and exercise. It should eventually make a difference, maybe not as fast as I like, but I am feeling more energized.

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7/30/13 1:57 P

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My new mantra today:
Strive to be alive and healthy!!

I have not lost weight for the past 3-4 days but after a wonderful walk today, I am ok with that. It will happen when it happens. I am doing everything I can:)

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7/29/13 9:42 A

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Being stuck although increasing your activity doesn't mean you are not losing. You could be building a bit of muscle, which weighs more than fat, so the scale stays the same because of the muscle weight even though you may be losing fat weight. Try measuring to see where you are losing inches.

Suggestion: Measure and weigh yourself now and record your results. Measure your neck, chest, waist, hips, both thighs, both leg calfs, both ankles, both upper arms, both lower arms, and both wrists. Don't be alarmed if the measurements aren't the same on your arms and legs, most people are a bit bigger on one side. At the end of August weigh yourself and measure everything again and record the results. Then compare. Even if the scale stays the same I know the measurements will have changed. emoticon

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I've bee on many diets over the years. I truly think this program is the healthiest one of all. I like being able to track my nutrients to check that I'm getting the recommended daily requirements and that I'm not going over sodium levels (I'm very sensitive). However like many others I've been stick at the same weight for 4 weeks now despite increasing my activity level. I'm 73 and I think that is a big part of the problem (although I've never been this active). It's helpful to know I'm not the only one going through this.

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7/26/13 1:10 A

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so agree SHARON632 avoid using the word diet as often as I can
portion control works for me eliminating no foods just a taste can be satisfying
exercise is important too any movement can be exercise
One day at a time

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You need to change your thinking and make this a lifestyle change instead of a diet. As you already know, diets do NOT work!

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7/3/13 11:03 A

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Don't give up, just do the best you can and don't quit!

Have you thought of a mini-trampoline? Some have a handlebar for security and ease of use. They're low-impact and supposed to help your immune system and metabolism. They can be put in a closet or under some beds. Plus you can do it while watching TV.

You might check with your doctor just to be on the safe side.

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I have "dieted" since I was 14. I've never won the fight, and I'm totally sick of drs telling me I need to lose weight. I keep trying and lost some weight when I started sp several yrs ago. I gained 5 lbs After xmas this yr and can't seem to lose it. So I'm a lifelong yoyo dieter. I'm 62 yrrs old now and have several health problems. I ride a recumbant bike for exercise, because I can't walk for long anymore, and because of my health problem I can't do yoga anymore which I loved, or do pool exercises.I'm in a fix, cause I have a dr appt the end of the mo!! And I don't want to be fussed at once again! Any advice would be appreciated.

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Much great advice already given
With dedication and determination you can do it
One day at a time
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Thanks for everyones advice and I'm starting to change my act today.. emoticon

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I just started on this site a week ago. At 63, weight loss is something I need to concentrate on. I have Lupus and arthritis and am on a lot of drugs. I didn't lose any weight this first weigh in. Was going to be discouraged until I read all your comments. Thanks. I hope to read all the comments and try not to be disheartened.

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I know what you mean about being addicted. I don't think I'm addicted, but I am afraid to get out of my routine and not go back to working out! So many things to consider. It drives me crazy when my skinny friends tell me that I should just eat less and that it's only a matter of numbers. Hah!

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4/25/13 1:38 P

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Two years ago I was at a stand still with my weight loss even though I was working out at least 4 - 5 times a week. I was using a different program and they told me to work out less. About 2 weeks later, I started to loose again! I had become addicted to working out, just like my addiction to food!

Of course now I've gained back 35 lbs that I am trying to loose again, but after knee surgery next week I will head back to the gym and get back on track.

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Thanks, ddebykins. I'm definitely going to keep that in mind. As far as exercise goes, since I think I'm ADD, I change it up quite a bit as I get easily bored! I'm doing EA More Active for the Wii right now which has a 6-week challenge that bumps up and changes thing from beginning to end. But the eating is something to consider. I have been trying to keep it as close to 1200 as possible, but maybe I should bump it up to the 1500 side of it sometimes!

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Hi, have you thought of trying muscle confusion.

concept of "muscle confusion," which means varying the workout schedule and introducing new moves so the body never fully adapts. This is similar to the periodization techniques athletes use to get their bodies in top condition. It also has a basis in science; research suggests that workout programs that offer variation bring greater benefits than those that do not.

P90X uses this concept. I am in no shape to do P90X but I am going to try utilize this concept along with calorie shifting for my diet concept. I think P90X changes the workout routine every 3 to 4 weeks. Maybe it would be worth looking into. Hope this helps.

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I took off 50 pounds about 3 years ago when I was diagnosed with seizure disorder and put on meds. Although the doctor said that one of the benefits was usually weight loss, I wasn't sure it was true in my case. I had to work extremely hard to get the scale to move at all! Unfortunately, I had a lot of side effects with and insisted on switching. Within 2 months I gained 25 pounds, got very annoyed, and stopped doing anything! Not good, I know, but now I remember how it felt just to exercise and feel good. Although it will be disappointing if there is not a weight loss to go with all this work, I am okay with being healthier, in whatever form that takes! At least I am saying at this minute, knowing that I will want to throw the scales out the window, at some point!

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I have gained a couple of pounds back and I haven't been exercising as much as before because my grandson is visiting. I can already feel the difference! I feel "unfit"! emoticon

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No matter what the scale says, I feel so much better when I work out regularly. Which makes it a shame that I will let the scale or uncontrolled eating sessions cause me to stop working out at all. I should say I USED to do that, I don't do that anymore. By pushing on even when things aren't going perfectly, I've been able to maintain a greater amount of well being. Be fit feels so good (and I'm not even there yet). emoticon


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I went to the bottom of this forum and read all the posts here. Can I join in? I too have the thyroid issue.

I re-joined SP the 2nd of Dec. and have not lost a single pound since, BUT I have lost inches. Don't just go by the scale - measure yourself too. You might be losing inches but not pounds. I truly don't understand it, but I press on and do aerobics 5-6 times a week. That includes weights, intervals, jogging and walking. I know it can be discouraging but don't give up. Think of where you'll be in a year if you give up??!!!

I've put the scale away and don't even weigh anymore because it is too depressing. I want joy in my life, not unhappiness! emoticon I measure on the 1st of the month. The inches are coming off very, very, very slowly, but they are coming off! emoticon

Keep tracking, watch the calories, exercise ... I truly believe it will eventually make the difference. Never give up - emoticon


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How interesting... I also have a low body temp but didn't realize that any one else might! How do you raise your temp? I wonder if this will work for me?

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I have only been with the Spark people web site a few days. I track my food almost every day, I am a diabetic. This is really a good site to use for me. The break down between calories, fats, protein, carbs is more detailed than any other I've used. I have the same problem, even though I have been watching carbs and calories I have not been able to loose weight. This site gave me an idea of using a certain amount of calories (which they have so generously figured for me) for exercise. So, now, I have to get moving to use calories and pray that works to kick start my metabolism to run a bit faster so I can start loosing weight.

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I weigh myself every day to keep track of myself but only chart it on Sundays. emoticon

I know we can do it! emoticon

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I can sure relate to that...in fact I got on the scale this am...and gained two pounds..I am on thyroid meds, walk everyday and count calories...I am pretty good about calorie counting..yes I am frustrated...we can hang in together!! I weigh everyday...but if I don't it will catch up with me...

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emoticon I have been flip flopping between 161 and 162 for at least 2-3 weeks. I take thyroid meds., I walk 10,000 steps per day and at least 20-30 minutes of cardio! I know we aren't supposed to worry about the scale but I'm getting a little frustrated!

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i have not gained a pound in over a year.

i gave up sugar and grain products and lost 44 pounds at age 61.

my sister lost 105 pounds at age 63 by walking 15000 steps a day and has not gained a pound back either in over a year

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Using the nutrition tracker can help you analyze your intake and see where adjustments may be needed. Perhaps you are not eating the right balance of foods or the portions may be out of balance. My problem was and is portion control.

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I am new to SparkPeople. I have been tracking everything for 2 weeks now, and that blasted scale remains stuck on the very same number. I am glad to find others that are experiencing the same difficulty and can help out. I am already inspired by reading the posts. Thanks, and I will renew my efforts. emoticon

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Thx for the info. I will try your suggestion emoticon emoticon

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Hi there,
It's somehow comforting to know someone out there is experiencing the same stuck weight as me. Still haven't lost any weight. Still tracking food and calories and still exercising the same if not more with the exception of getting sick almost 2 weeks ago. 🐷🐌 emoticon

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If you use the search on the Spark People web page and type in hypothyroidism and weight loss there are a couple of good articles and also spark teams that you can join that have other people with the same problem. , You may be able to get some good advice from them.

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I can certainly relate to your post. I keep plugging away tho, count every calorie, walk daily and the scale just doesn't want to move. Very frustrating. I too am 61 w/ hypothyroidism. I've had this for at least 15 years. I don't know if to add or subtract calories at this point.

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What made you connect the dots on metabolism and lower normal body temperature? I do everything right for weeks at a time and I do not lose a pound. Then I give up for a week and I gain 4 pounds. I'm so sick of this.

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Interesting...I didn`t know that there was such a thing.

I have never gone for weeks without a loss ..just a week then it showed up the following week. I can`t imagine how frustrating that can be. I hope you will find a solution soon.

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Being hypothyroid has it's own set of difficulties. Have you tried taking your temperature? If you are consistently under normal, like I am, your body just doesn't use the same number of calories as someone who is at normal temperature.

What worked for me was to do things that make your temperature rise to normal. Things I found were green tea and exercise.

If your temperature is normal, this may not be relevant. Many hypos aren't so I thought I'd mention it. I was stalled for weeks before I noticed this.

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I just wanted to tell everyone thank you for taking the time to send me your thoughts and good wishes! That support keeps me motivated.☀🍀🍋

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emoticon emoticon Give it time, you'll get there. Don't give up.

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Hey...I found a new diet!!!..less food in ...more out (exercize) emoticon Just feeling feisty but wanted to say that this works for me. Hope your day is successful!!!

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In order to lose 1 pound you need to eat 3500 fewer calories a week or exercise to burn them off. Please check with your doctor especially since you are on other medications as well, he can help you figure out whats going on.

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If you had not previously been exercising like you are now you could have temporary weight gain from increased muscle mass. Since you are not showing weight gain that could mean that you are actually losing but the increased muscle mass makes it appear that there is no change. Give it a little more time and make sure you are eat at least 1200 calories after deducting for the exercise. Are you drinking all your water? Are you getting 7 - 8 hours of sleep. These things, too, can affect your weight loss.

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Those thyroid meds will get you. I'm 59 and find that I have to add 19-30 min of hard cardo a couple times a week. i get on my stationary bike and peddle as hard as I can as long as I can then slow down till I catch my breath and do it again. Some times I can only do this for 10 min, sometimes longer.

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Do you log your exercise? Increase protein. Eat all calories SP advises. emoticon

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I have been tracking weight and foods for 1 month. Except for one day I'm well within my calorie range. Low on carbs such as breads, pasta. Very little sweets. I'm walking 3 days weekly (2 miles + each day)for at least one month, plus I've added core/lower leg exercises last 2 weeks. The scale is not budging! I actually feel heavier and clothes aren't any looser!. I have been making a huge effort. I noticed that most days I'm below my protein needs but not significant. Someone please help as I'm very discouraged. I've never had this much difficulty losing weight. I'm 61 and besides exercise I'm very active with chores etc. I don't sit and watch TV for hours daily or sit much at all. I do take meds for hypo thyroid and have for years, as well as other meds for HBP. I would love a solution to this dilemma.

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