2ManyCurves

Start Weight:(05 Jan 12) 250.4 lb
Current Weight:(07 Jul 14) 176.8 lb
Goal Weight:135.0 lb
following: 2ManyCurves's own diet
performance: losing 3.0 lb a week

My complete bio is in my journal posting dated 9/5/13. It is far too long to fit in this small space. But, here is the abbreviated version: I'm 38, happily married, need to lose over 100 pounds, and have been an emotional eater my entire life.


Here are my mini-goals:

Color Run in October 12, 2013 (COMPLETED!)
Run four (4) more (at least 5K) races between November 2013 and March 2014 (5k-Shelter Fundraiser 11/16/13; Becca's Memorial Turkey Trot 5 K- 11/23/2013; Cannon 5K 12/7/13; Reindeer Romp 5K 12/14/13) COMPLETED!
Take classes to get my scuba diver certification
Mini-marathon in April 2014 (13.2 miles) Completed!
Rugged Maniac Run - Sept. 2014

FatSecret member since: 05 Jan 12

2ManyCurves's Weight History


2ManyCurves's Latest Member Challenges

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  Try, Try, Tri a Triathlon!
starts in: 8 days
duration: 8 weeks
day 1: Monday 21 Jul 14
 
  
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  NO SUGAR FOR ME CHALLENGE
starts in: 7 days
duration: 14 days
day 1: Sunday 20 Jul 14
 


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last weighin: losing 0.9 lb a week Down
 
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on diet I Work out!
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2ManyCurves's Cookbook

cals: 150kcal | fat: 7.39g | carbs: 5.40g | prot: 7.88g
Garlic Basil Shrimp
A versatile shrimp dish using fresh basil and white wine with garlic.
cals: 313kcal | fat: 25.08g | carbs: 0.41g | prot: 20.21g
Breakfast Meatballs
Low carb meatballs with pork, beef, cheddar, egg and onion that are perfect for a meaty breakfast or any meal.
cals: 601kcal | fat: 26.67g | carbs: 4.39g | prot: 81.23g
Chicken Cordon Bleu
A delightfully easy flavorful chicken dish that will surely become a favorite.
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2ManyCurves's Latest Posts

hair loss please help :(
I was battling a lot of hair loss from November - February. Went to the doctor and all blood tests were normal. Really received no diagnosis for the reason behind the loss from a doctor. I believe that I improved my diet, but had cut my calories perhaps a little low in light of the amount of exercise I was doing. My average caloric intake has been slightly higher since February and the hair loss slowed to minimal. Unfortunately the weight loss has also slowed too. You might want to try increasing your daily caloric intake to see if that improves the matter.
posted 06 Jul 2014, 21:22
Running Shoes
Also, as far as a lesser expensive brand, my son runs in a zero drop shoe called ALTRA. They are great shoes but I don't know that they will be great for high arches. Nevertheless, they are a little less expensive than what I have seen on Brooks.
posted 04 Jun 2014, 16:35
Running Shoes
Go to running store and be fitted professionally. It makes all of the difference in the world.

I run in Brooks Adrenaline 14s but I have a bit of a wide, flatter foot. My running buddy has high arches and thin feet. Asics were a good fit for her.

If you cannot go in person to be fitted, try RoadRunnerSports dot com. They will allow you to try the shoe out for sixty days to ensure they will work for you.

Good luck!
posted 04 Jun 2014, 16:34
So I'm poor....
Beans are a poor man's best friend...and maybe his only after he eats them. Anyway, pick yourself up a crockpot, if you don't already have one, and several bags of dry beans: pinto, navy, black beans, kidney beans. You can usually pick up 16 ounces of dry beans for around $2. And, you can just throw them in the microwave and reheat for lunches. I've been feeding a family of four on beans for the past year. They're nutritious and cheap. To vary flavor, I add garlic, celery, onion and spices as desired.
posted 04 Jun 2014, 16:27
Low Carb/Low Calorie
It just takes time. I know patience is hard to have when you aren't happy with the way you look. But, the time is going to pass anyway. Just focus on what you are doing in the present rather than obsessing over how quickly you will reach your goal.
posted 27 May 2014, 13:33
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11 July 2014

A lot going on this week: mostly full of fear and disappointment. Ya know, I love my children more than anything in this world. I guess that is why it ...

07 July 2014

7/7/14 Challenge miles --- Week 2, Day 1: 5 mile run. **** So the plan was to swim as well. I was so excited about our new aquatic center. I pract ...

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Morbid Obesity Buddies
Welcome to "THE MOB". This group is for people who are Morbidly Obese who need support from other people who get it!

The 100 Club
A Group who's main focus is to shed 100 lbs!

30's with 50-100 lbs to Lose
30 somethings with 50-100 pounds to lose.

30's with 100+ lbs to Lose
30 somethings with over 100 pounds to lose.

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