StarFit
Joined January 2007
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Start Weight
128.0 lb
Lost so far: 0 lb

Current Weight
128.0 lb
Performance: Steady

Goal Weight
115.0 lb
Still to go: 13.0 lb

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Lost less than 1 lb in 10 days
Ever since I learned what a diet was, i thought the scale would always be accurate and predict results! Well I learned to be patient and realize that the body, especially being a woman, can fluctuate over 3 pounds in any one day! I started to weight train (lift weights) and gained 4 lbs. in a week! This was just water retention, a trainer pointed out, but I realized to focus on how I felt, and also use a measuring tape to meaure my bust, waist, hips, thighs, legs and arm. I was leaning up after all! I've heard this time and again...slow weight loss is the best weight loss! Anything faster than 1-3 pounds a week could be just water or even precious muscle which if lost is very difficult to regain (talk about soreness.....) I learned I didn't have to kill myself at the gym but that exercising a litle everyday helped tone me up and keep up my metabolism so I could eat more. Fat Flush is a great plan because it stresses healthy food, but it does take time...
posted 26 Jan 2007, 18:43
Breakfast Smoothie/ Protein
Feeling ill after eating is just the body's way of saying "I don't like this." Some people have sensitive stomachs so what they do after they eat can also effect digestion. Are you driving a lot, or under too much stress in the morning after breakfast? You also may have a food intolerance/allergy. The most common food allergies are milk, whey and peanuts. Some fruit can be too acidic and aggrivate your stomach so stay away from citrus if that's the case! On this plan, I find eggs and omlettes a great way to get protein in a feel full all morning. For a quick dish, make quiche or an egg suffle -that usually lasts a few mornings!
posted 26 Jan 2007, 18:32
STARTING TODAY
Sounds like you guys are doing great! It can be difficult to be making all the food but why not have your husband make at least one or even two of the meals. I find it's helpful when I feel I don't have to do all the preparing, also since we are both benifiting from eating so healthy! I have been on detox diets before and find the most challenging thing is to stay on them and keep eating healthy when there are so many temptation, (even bread and carbs) seem to make me gain weight. Shakes are a great meal replacement when on the go, but I would be careful about microwaving food too often. Studies show that cooking this way not only kills much of the nutrition in the food, but the radiation can stay in the food and in the body. A better way might be to steam or lightly sautee food!
posted 26 Jan 2007, 18:26
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