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Friday, October 16, 2009

Day 1 of the Flat Belly Diet - gonna try to change it up. Been looking at it for a while wondering is it too good to be true emoticon and yes, there is a SP Team for it!

But it is a change to jump start a loss and end a plateau for me. The concept looks good - I like most of the foods - so hey lets get started.

Today is day 1 of the 4 day jump start - I am following meal plans and drinking my sassy water which I kinda like (cucumber, lemon, ginger, mint) tasty, but the ginger is a bit strong but I like it. I love all of those ingredients just haven't quite had them like this.

I gained a lb this week - too much snacking at bedtime after logging in all my food for the day - which was good - but then..... a little turned into too much snack emoticon

I am starting fresh with measurements & weigh in. This is the first time I have recorded a gain - I usually just leave it until I lose it again. And the first I have recorded measurements. I didn't measure when first starting SP - too embarrassed and wish I had to really know what I was compared to how I am.

So I am recording before this new phase of eating:
weight 140
waist 33
hips 37
neck 13.5
arm 12.5
There it is plain as day - will be happy to report losing inches & lbs... emoticon
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  • MARINEMAMA
    Sending you the best....YOU can do it!!
    3322 days ago
  • RUTHIEBEAR
    Never heard of this one - and I thought I had heard of them all. Water sounds interesting. I hope it gives you the jump start you want.
    Ruthie
    3322 days ago
  • NKDUB211
    I would love to hear more about this. I was looking into this program but not sure what it is all about. Keep me updated on how you like it :)
    3322 days ago
  • MERIMARY
    Good luck to you.
    3322 days ago
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