PWSJ76

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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Okay, I know I'm not alone on this one, or maybe I am. I started this journey of trying to lose this baby weight about 3 weeks ago. I have been eating the designated 1200 calories a day, getting some sort of excersize every single day, trying to drink water (although it not 8 glasses) every day....why am I not seeing the results I had anticipated? I am getting so frustrated especially after I see the progress other people have made on their pages.
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  • JEJECHENG
    Hi! Ughhhh, I have the same problem!!!!!! My weight stopped going down, and its a little frustrating, but I am still thinking positive thoughts because they say if you lose the weight slowly because of lifestyle changes that you will be more likely to keep that weight off permanently, then if you do some drastic diet and then as soon as you stop dieting it all comes back and then some.

    Good luck to you and to me too!!!!!

    (((HUGS)))
    Jessica
    3597 days ago
  • PWSJ76
    Thanks for the support guys...I will definitely watch the sugar intake.
    3599 days ago
  • MISSWINGS1
    Here's a thought: it's not just about the 1200 calories. How much of that is sugar. Iwasn't able to lose until I started watching the amountof sugar I ingested. Once I kept sugar to 15 grams a day, boom, I was off. Sugar is secretly in everything. This will require you to watch every bite you eat, but it is worth it!
    3599 days ago
  • ARRILISIA10
    It's going to be okay. Just keep on what you are doing and you will make progress. Sometimes it takes a little time but one morning you are going wake up with some wondering where the baby weight went. Don't give up!

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    3599 days ago
  • JHASEAN
    Hang in there it will happen soon.
    3599 days ago
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