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Monday, April 22, 2013

Finally lost 2lbs we will really see next week I guess. I've been working hard and haven't lost any for 3 weeks. Hope its not just water weight. Since the weight hasn't been coming off great I looked at changing the diet to a almost no carb. Looked at the eating requirements and i don't think that diet will work for me i don't eat alot of veggies and that is what that diet lives off of is meat veggies and small amounts of fruit. So instead of no carb I'm doing low carb. and it sucks, i love my fries, pasta, cakes, and breads. so the carbs i do eat i eat for lunch so they aren't staying with me through the night. bought some salad stuff to fill me up for dinner. Its funny tried the most horrible recipe this weekend cauliflower mashed potatoes. BLAH. I forced down 6 small bits and throw the rest to the chickens out back. If I liked cauliflower in the first place it would have probably been great. oh well i tried. Just have to find a way to stay away from the chocolate doughnuts! Keep sparking everyone. hopefully the low carb will get my fat burning going. (fingers crossed) emoticon
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    you have been so right there have been weeks now that i haven't lost weight but lost a half of a inch on my belly fat. just having more energy is a positive. hope your doing well.
    1755 days ago
    I started pushing it hard at the beginning of February this year. Had great progress and lost a lot of weight, and around rolled March. March 15 - April 15, static.

    And it sucks - you hit that point where regardless of what you do, you don't make progress. Look in other places - besides the scale - and it might help. I know for me, personally, that whole period of "no weight loss" put me comfortably into a smaller shirt size and my old jeans. Weight stayed the same, but the body didn't.

    Cauliflower mashed potatoes sound terrible.

    Have a great day!
    1826 days ago
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