previous topic · next topic
Modia

Joined: Oct 09
Posts: 3

      quote  
Posted: 21 Oct 2009, 19:08
Will power! How strong Will Power is. How weak I am. This will be a major challenge for me. I have been on many diets in my lifetime. More than I can imagine. Possibly every diet there are out there I have tried. I haven't always been over weight but I have been for the past 14 years. Now I am getting re married and I don't want to look fat in my dress. That is not the reason for me to lose weight but it is a major incentive to start off.

Weight has always been an issue for me. Even when I was thin ( a size 5) I still thought I was fat. Well, now I know I am at a size 14. Ugly Ugly Ugly. My goal is to get down to at least a size 8. I know I can do it but Will Power doesn't want to help me. I feel like I am depriving myself when I know I am not. It is all in the mind. I need to be pushed. I need something. I need to lose weight and really do it this time.

I need Help!
MODIA
kilna

Joined: Oct 09
Posts: 5

      quote  
Posted: 22 Oct 2009, 02:56
Try the Shangri-La diet. The basic gist of it is that you add a certain amount of flavorless calories to your diet, and your body's natural regulation of hunger is adjusted as a result. It's allowed me to take in a lot less calories than I would normally, without really noticing it, so as a result I need less "Will Power" to take in less food.



Forum Search
Advanced forum search



Latest Posts

Creating a recipe question
My recipe shows 1 serving. How can I select grams. I have no idea what 1 serving is. I would like to say I ate 193 grams of my recipe. HOw can I do this?
by ragbrai1 on 16 Jan 17 05:57 PM
Starting all over
I will try harder, I feel so ashamed to have not done better.
by Sesbws on 14 Jan 17 05:41 PM
Weight Loss and Resistance Training!
Unfortunately, you are asking for the holy grail that doesn't exist. There is only one scenario where it is possible to increase lean mass and lose fat at the same time, and that is if you're ...
by ieGod on 13 Jan 17 01:37 PM
kcal
A calorie(lower case c) is the amount of energy needed to raise the degree of one gram of water one degree celsius. A Calorie(capital C) is 1000 calories- a kilo-calorie, or Kcal. The latter is what you ...
by rick2038 on 01 Jan 17 08:11 AM
Changing the RDI model to more than 1 lb a week
3500 calories = 1 pound of fat. If you take your RDI and come in 500 calories under it, you'll hit 2 pounds a week.
by schase02 on 27 Dec 16 02:30 PM

Member Tip

average member ranking
by member ChuckyD
eat advocoto toaste it seen to work well
27 Nov 16 for diet Weight Watchers