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Come and walk with us
Please join us for our next 300 mile challenge. We dropped a lot of weight during our first 300 miles. What a success! This challenge breaks down to walking 3 miles daily. This is an achievable goal as we greet the spring time weather.
by Sherillynn (submitted 11 months ago)
Not a diet
Very true. That is for sure the reason I have failed so many times. Currently, my portion sizes are about a third of what they were. I need to stay like that.
by Sherillynn (submitted a year ago)
dining out
Soup and salad. All Italian restaurants have it!
by Sherillynn (submitted a year ago)
watermelon diet
Phil is right. Learn to make better choices. Count your calories. Eat healthy and exercise.
by Sherillynn (submitted a year ago)
What do people do who have chronic issues with pain
Water aerobics has been a great option for me with my back issues. Walking is also good. Your MD should be able to suggest things that are appropriate for your condition. If not, have him prescribe a few visits to a PT and they should be able to help.
by Sherillynn (submitted a year ago)
Instant Pot or pressure cookers
I've recently been introduced to the Instant pot. (Not the smoking kind...lol.) It is a modern pressure cooker and can I just tell you I love the results!!! I've only cooked with it 3 times but the results have been fantastic and OH SO HEALTHY!!!! From what I gather, the nutrients aren't destroyed using this process and it is so much better for you than frying, obviously. I made the juiciest chicken breasts last night in 8 minutes! The prep time added was another 12 -15 but they were scrumptious. Can the rest of you Pressure Cookers add your two cents and maybe even recommend your favorite recipes?
by Sherillynn (submitted a year ago)
Being Sick
Try to get the fluid and protein in that you need to recover and then get back on track. I hope you feel better.
by Sherillynn (submitted a year ago)
Too much flavor???
I have been dieting for about 5 weeks now and really watching every single thing I eat. I've stopped drinking diet soda and coffee. (That almost killed me!) I've stopped eating desserts and completely ditched all Christmas treats at our house. Well, I guess what I just noticed is that I feel like flavors are starting to change now. I had a bite of a peanut butter ball and it was too sweet. So I stopped. Yesterday I thought I would have kiwi. Too tart. A few minutes ago I thought I would have a diet Pepsi. It was awful. Two sips and done. Has anyone else had this reaction after eating healthy for a while? It seems my taste buds have reprogrammed. I don't remember this happening before but it sure makes it easier to avoid this stuff so I guess it really is a blessing.
by Sherillynn (submitted a year ago)
For those of you on Low-Carb diets
@rick2038- MIMs are low carb. Google the recipe. Made with flax seed and so very delicious!
by Sherillynn (submitted a year ago)
Subscribe To WeBMd Or Forget The Whole Exercise!
Here's the thing. There is more than one way to skin a cat. Not everyone is going to go to WebMD and that's ok. People diet in different ways for different reasons. Let's be encouraging and respectful to those that choose another path. Blessings to you in the new year my friend and much continued success to you on your weight loss/ healthy journey.
by Sherillynn (submitted a year ago)
Add some exercise to your dieting
We are getting ready to start the 3 months/ 300 miles Challenge. Please join us. Maybe you can't do that many miles daily. That's ok. Modify it and go for a mile a day. Just get off the couch and get moving! Our goal is to add fitness and exercise to the program and watch what happens. This will be a challenge filled with positive motivations. Please join us!
by Sherillynn (submitted a year ago)
My name is Sandy
Cheering you on in your battle Sandy. Lifting you up in prayer too.
by Sherillynn (submitted 3 years ago)
I need help finding my motivation again :(
I find that having an accountability partner really helps me. My best friend and I do little competitions sometimes since we both have FitBits. If she wins, I owe her fabric or some other treat- usually related to quilting and not eating! Don't do it all alone. Not fun and not easy. Don't give up!
by Sherillynn (submitted 3 years ago)
struggling
Don't look at the total weight you have to lose. Try to break it down in attainable goals. Start with a goal of 10#, then create a new goal. Then add in exercise. I will walk for 20 minutes 3 days per week. Then increase that goal. Small steps with goals you can reach help to make you more successful and increase your confidence. Good luck!
by Sherillynn (submitted 3 years ago)
my tummy is big
@ Carstens8- what are baby marrows? I don't think I've heard of them before
by Sherillynn (submitted 4 years ago)
How to beat the munchies!
@yankgal46- If there is a Trader Joes near you, they have pretty decent kimchi.
by Sherillynn (submitted 4 years ago)
Effective portion control trick
Its sort of negative reinforcement but it did the trick! I am going to do this every time we go somewhere good to eat. It'll keep me in line in a hurry!
by Sherillynn (submitted 4 years ago)
Effective portion control trick
So tonight when we went out for supper, I decided to wear a pair of pants that were probably a size too small for me to be comfortable in. Those stinking things were so tight I could hardly eat!!! Imagine how overjoyed I was at this self-limiting, self-induced, calorie control trick. Worked well in curbing my calorie intake. Also made it difficult to take a deep breath but that's an entirely different issue! Its my magic jelly bean of the day.
by Sherillynn (submitted 4 years ago)
HIT A MILESTONE FOR ME
FANTASTIC! Love to hear about those success stories!
by Sherillynn (submitted 4 years ago)
Boredom
There are so many fun low carb recipes. Maybe Google them or go to the library and get a low carb cookbook. I love making low carb lasagna with cauliflower as the pasta. Another favorite is low carb pizza and I use the portabella mushrooms instead of pizza crust. The portabellaas also work well for "sandwiches." Try thinking outside the box a little bit. I know you can do it. Alittle creativity will help you get out of the rut! Best of luck!
by Sherillynn (submitted 4 years ago)
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