Dropped 2lbs and fell off the wagon

Monday, March 04, 2013

Just an update the last time I went to the clinic I weighed in at 142.4 which is another 2 lbs gone yay! the bad thing though is the TANITA scale said most of it was a loss in muscle. My check in was a week ago and since then I kind of have been eating bad. I had chinese and mcdonalds this weekend due to no time to cook or shop and stress from having construction going on in my house. Im scare to jump on the scale and see how much i've gained! ugh!....

Recently I was thinking about going back on the high protien low carb diet to get to my weightloss goal. It was a really hard diet for me to follow but the results were amazing. I've also been getting those lipotropics shots...which to me don't seem to be working , I think i lost weight because of what I was doing and not the shots. Plus they make me a little anxious at times, i don't know if that is a side effect or not.

I'm still battling with my love for food and balancing calories in verses calories out. Anyways I am seriously thinking about doing the atkins type diet again anyone who has comments I welcome!
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    I've been doing high protein which ultimately led to low carbs too! It keeps me really full. I can't say for sure it's worked for my goals yet. I've struggled with the whole sabotage snacking, but hopefully it gets under control ;). Good luck!
    2242 days ago
    thanks :) that was good stuff!
    2243 days ago
    my 2 cents (which you can completely ignore). Forget about trends and fads and shots. You may get results, but are they healthy or lasting? Go slow and easy and make it count.

    Also don't beat yourself up over poor decissions over 1 weekend: Take a breath, assess what's happening, and make a plan to keep the bad stuff from happening again. Then move forward with your plan.

    You can do this!
    2243 days ago
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