Joined February 2009
Weight History

Start Weight
229.2 lb
Lost so far: 0.8 lb

Current Weight
228.4 lb
Performance: gaining 0.8 lb a week

Goal Weight
200.0 lb
Still to go: 28.4 lb

goffmt's Weight History


last weighin: losing 0.1 lb a week Down
kimberly molina
last weighin: gaining 1.2 lb a week Up
last weighin: steady Steady

goffmt's Cookbook

cals: 301kcal | fat: 10.26g | carbs: 23.87g | prot: 26.33g
Turkey Enchilada Casserole
Sensational layered tortillas and ground turkey with enchilada sauce and reduced fat cheese.
cals: 362kcal | fat: 5.06g | carbs: 63.33g | prot: 19.50g
Black Beans & Corn Salsa Salad
Different take on a taco salad with lean beef, black beans, cheese and salsa.
cals: 195kcal | fat: 14.23g | carbs: 8.77g | prot: 9.15g
Cheesy Cauliflower Bake
With these "fake" cheesy potatoes you can cheat without cheating.
cals: 304kcal | fat: 12.43g | carbs: 6.55g | prot: 40.16g
Cheesy Beef Bake
A quick toss-together and bake meal that's great for hungry families.
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goffmt's Latest Posts

Normal healthy eaters?
micami wrote:
Being able to track calories has taught me ALOT about portion control.

Couldn't say it better. I had no idea how much or what I was putting into my body until I started counting.
posted 05 Mar 2009, 06:50
Normal healthy eaters?
Counting calories in of itself is not bad -- it's math. It takes burning 3500 calories to lose one pound. Knowing the difference between what you're putting into your body and what you're burning off can let you gauge how quickly or slowly you'll drop the weight you want to.

My initial few weigh ins here has me drop 5 lbs instantly, a few days later put 4 back on, then drop a smaller amount later. Last night I added up the calorie deficit between all my logged days and the math came out fine -- so far I've lost exactly what I should have based on what I eat vs what I burn; between 1200-1800 deficit per day.

I personally started using this site over other choices because it has an app for my G1; I can scan a barcode and enter it easily. If you'd like something with more options as far as tracking specific nutrients for dietary needs, take a look at SparkPeople.com -- it's free, too, and gives a much broader option of things to track. I just don't like the interface as much as here, and there's no G1 app for it Smile
posted 03 Mar 2009, 10:42
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02 June 2009

So life picks up, I travel a lot, and just lose all progress...Ahhhh! Well, back in the saddle again, I suppose. I still exercise plenty, I just haven't ...
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12 March 2009

So I'm starting to see a pattern on my weight chart. I'll lose lose lose, spike up, then keep losing again. I can live with that. I'm not too sure weight ...
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