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my "ideal" weight

Sunday, September 13, 2009

It was about a year ago that I went to the dietician regarding some stomach problems I was having, seeking help going gluten-free. It was that visit that I "found out" that my ideal weight was 140, 66 lbs less than what I weighed. Strange thing was that the nutritionist didn't even talk to me about weight at all. My doctor hadn't said anything for years. I wonder if they just give up talking to people about it? Anyway, when I got my clinic notes the dietician had wrote in there that my ideal weight would be 140. When I read it I guess I just decided "well, I should get there then". Sometimes it is a simple thing that makes you take the big plunge!

This week I hit my "ideal" weight. I have reset my goal to be a bit lower, since there are still some jiggly bits that I would like to trim down. Therefore I am not "done". I had lost down close to my ideal about 8 years ago and afterwards proclaimed myself done and proceeded to gain back the 30 I had lost plus 20 or so more over the years. So now I understand I will never be "done". The change in exercise and eating habits is not something I can just toss aside when I hit a goal. I have to keep it up, just constantly modifying them depending if I am trying to get more fit, lose more weight, or just maintain a healthy body.

I hope I always keep in mind now my "ideal" weight. I don't want to have to be reminded again, or worse, be so far away from it the medical professionals won't even mention it to me.
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  • PINKYTUSCADONUT
    Woo Hoo!!! Way to go Cristy!!! It's very inspiring and motivating to see your hard work and discipline pay off!! Congrats, you've earned it! And you look marvelous! emoticon
    3816 days ago
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