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weigh-in & pics of yesterday's food

Friday, October 04, 2013

Yesterdays food - total calories 1537 - not shown is the 3rd/4th peice of bread I took and ate without taking a picture, and a second helping of spaghetti. THAT'S why I am truly better off to just avoid bread altogether - I seem to lack the ability to have just ONE - and I'm NOT kidding.

Also - I had made a spaghetti squash for me to have and chose not to have it. I don't know why because I really love the spaghetti squash.

Anyway, I weighed in this morning and it wasn't as bad as I thought

180.4

So I maintained this week. Just more proof backing up my blog from yesterday. When I add in grains/sweets the best I can do is maintain and sometimes I gain when I eat those things. Next week, I want to see the scale moving in the right direction again. I know I can do it.



I measured my waist yesterday, it is 37". The last time my waist was 37" was when I was doing p90x and had got my weight down to 172. Of course, now I am 8 pounds more than that, but my body composition has definitely changed. I have lost so much from my shoulder's, back, and belly. I feel good.



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  • SIMPLELIFE4REAL
    I find that if I cut out wheat, I seem to be okay on the other grains. Not sure why that is.

    You are doing great!
    1716 days ago
  • ADZY86
    Eeeeek! Yep those carbs will do me in too, and have me wanting more, more, more! Ah well, we live and learn.
    1717 days ago
  • NKING1982
    Breads and pastas are really hard for me too. Stupid carbs.... emoticon
    1717 days ago
  • EVIE4NOW
    Spaghetti, actually any pasta is my downfall, so we don't have it very often.
    1717 days ago
  • DEEGANA
    I hear ya with the bread. Has been my hardest struggle
    1717 days ago
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