d8tabyte

Start Weight:(05 Mar 12) 259.0 lb
Current Weight:(05 Jun 13) 255.0 lb
Goal Weight:210.0 lb
following: Supercharged Lifestyle
performance: losing 2.2 lb a week

32 yr old father of 2. Married and working full time as a project manager for a medium sized exhibit house. I want to be healthy for my future and for my kids.

FatSecret member since: 20 Apr 10

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  One Month without Fast Food
status: Completed
ended: 15 Oct 12
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Feature request: Calories as an "amount"
But if you are eating the same snacks over and over, or lets say like a BLT or a specific sandwich, why not enter it in once, save it as a favorite and just add it that way? Takes a few moments up front, but over time you should build up your database of foods you actually eat... unless you eat a lot of weird stuff lol
posted 22 Oct 2012, 18:20
Why don't my weight ticker show up in forum posts?
Ok thank you!
posted 15 Oct 2012, 06:30
Low Calorie "filler foods"?
I am in love with "Almond Nut-Thins" - you can have 16 nice sized crackers for 140 calories and they are a good filler. Lots of different flavors too - the Pepperjack cheese one is gooooooood.

http://fatsecret.com/calories-nutrition/blue-diamond/almond-nut-thins---pepper-jack-cheese
posted 12 Oct 2012, 06:42
Why don't my weight ticker show up in forum posts?
I've looked for a way to set it up, it doesn't seem to appear in my posts. Could someone please explain as to how to make it appear?
posted 12 Oct 2012, 06:33
new to the low cal. diet help and tips would be helpfull plz
Under 1000 calories is simply not good for you. Your body needs the calories for fuel. http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/estimated-calorie-requirement a good chart to work off of. I would take the rate they suggest for your age and back off slightly, say 500-800 calories. Your body was telling you that you were not meeting its needs. Maintain a lower calorie diet (meaning lower than your base needed) and moderate exercise and you will see results.
posted 21 Sep 2012, 14:48
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05 June 2013

Hitting reset today.
on diet Supercharged Lifestyle  losing 2.2 lb a week

23 May 2013

Fail.
on diet Supercharged Lifestyle  gaining 1.5 lb a week

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