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MERGER96 Posts: 63
4/25/13 11:18 A

Ewwww! I wrote this on another thread, but I had a professor that lost 100+ lbs. She kept 5lbs of ground beef in her freezer and every 5lbs she lost she would take it out to look at it and weigh it in her hands. Apparently regular ground beef has a similar density to human fat. Have fun with that next time you're in the meat section of the grocery store!

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4/25/13 9:38 A

Wow - effective image that I won't soon forget! And Ladystarwind, I love your idea! That is a win-win idea.

LADYSTARWIND SparkPoints: (84,450)
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4/25/13 7:53 A

Here's a really fun way to visualize your own weight loss:

Go to the store and buy the needed number of cans of Crisco or pounds of butter;
take it home ...carry it around for part of the day... and then donate it to a Food Bank!

Many years ago I was involved in an informal group working on losing our weight. We did this and donated everything to a Women's shelter! (prearranged with their cook....) It was incredible to see the pile of food we gave them....

WENDIBUGG Posts: 674
4/25/13 12:49 A

Thanks for the motivator! that is nasty!!!

DATPANNA Posts: 158
4/24/13 11:56 P

So, if you're like me at the beginning of your goal or even at the end, take some appreciation that you have lost this:

That right there, my friends, is what 5 lbs of body fat looks like. So next time you're feeling down or need some motivation, there you are. :)

Sourced from Body Transformation Lab.

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