Weekly Weigh In: Gain

Thursday, October 03, 2013

I weighed in today and had a.2 lb gain. I have been eating according to plan, except I reintroduced plain greek yogurt as a dessert with natural peanut butter, cocoa powder, and coconut oil. It is running me about 16 carbs per serving which is a lot when I'm aiming for only 20. I guess it isn't working because I gained weight on a week that I thought I did well.

I still have seven though so I am going to eat them until next week and then go on a strict induction phase to get back into ketosis. I have had low energy and focus this week also. I only got five hours of sleep on Sunday, but it is likely that the food choice has been a cause.

I'm bummed because my two cheat days at the Big E set me back two weeks, and now this is another setback. I'm still over 200. I want more than anything to say goodbye to being above 200.

Life stress has been horrible this week. I have really wanted to act out with food, but I have not done so destructively. This week isn't a failure, just a little disappointing.

I need to exercise more....and do other things that are good for me. I did go for a 3.3 mile walk and a hoop sesh last night. Igigyfigkbkebsjssj
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  • GENRE009
    Don't be so hard on yourself! If you had counted the plain non fat yogurt as milk, the peanut butter as a protein & fat, you'd been ok! I think 1 tablespoon of peanut butter is counted as 2 proteins cause they count by teaspoons!
    Anyway, I am usually up 5 pounds if I weigh myself after I eat first. Cause with my breakfast I drink 2-16 oz glasses of coffee(Only have 2 teaspoons of coffee in it). It sure isn't cause I just ate 5 pounds worth of food. I have been struggling with the same 20 pounds for a month now. I really blew it when I got jaw sureorgy! Oh well, take care. eva
    2027 days ago
  • MJRVIC2000
    Remember that there is a BIG difference between making a DECISION and making a COMMITMENT! God Bless YOU! Vic.
    2027 days ago
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