previous topic · next topic
sohot2013

Joined: May 13
Posts: 7

      quote  
Posted: 03 May 2013, 06:58
I lost 9 pounds in Jan/Feb, then stopped doing weight watchers (which I do like) and in March started working out at a gym with a trainer. though I've lost BMI and I'm building strength, I need to get my diet on track. I just want a healthier lifestyle and to shed a few pounds. I am a junk food junkie by way of ice cream and salty crunchy snacks. I never eat fast food but believe me the Doritos can do enough damage all by themselves.
I bought a Nutri Bullet two months ago, used it once. I need help from this community to walk me away from the doritos and ice cream, and realize that I deserve to be healthy and fit. That i don't need those toxins in me. I really give you all credit for your strenghth and stamina to stick to your healthy eating plans and wish to join you. My name is Lisa
Munchkin25

Joined: May 13
Posts: 5

      quote  
Posted: 03 May 2013, 07:34
Hi Lisa, I am new too. Smile I want to shed a few pounds before my holiday in July. I am interested in the 5 : 2 diet, you 'fast' on 2 days a week. They recommend lower calorie intake than the other 5. I have no idea on calories so I need help. I saw this site and its free so may be the fix I need. My name is Sue X
sohot2013

Joined: May 13
Posts: 7

      quote  
Posted: 03 May 2013, 12:50
Sue, I wish you luck. I am just counting calories at this point. I cannot fast LOL. I do work out so hopefully if I put down the salt and sugar...I'll start losing Smile



Forum Search
Advanced forum search



Latest Posts

Hello from Scotland.
Welcome and good luck :)
by howzat4u on 22 May 15 01:21 PM
Overwhelmed!!!
Losing weight should help. Just think of the extra strain the extra pounds are putting on them.
by wholefoodnut on 22 May 15 07:19 AM
do You 5:2 ?
I found 5:2 very good when I was working. I would take nothing to eat to work with me, come in in the evening, have my low cal meal (Weight Watchers or such like) and that was me for the evening. Now I ...
by JockoT on 22 May 15 04:09 AM
JUST WONDERING
To add to sweetmissy56 comments, you can use the FS set up a program to set your RDI to gain weight. To gain one pound a week, you have to add 3500 calories to you RDI(weekly) In other words, using 1440 ...
by Glaun on 20 May 15 10:48 AM
Hello and Help Please
I agree. Gaining 30 lbs in a month when you have actually been doing things to make yourself healthier is alarming to me. The water retention alarms me as well. If your doctor says there is nothing wrong, ...
by ElseJ on 20 May 15 07:35 AM