Start Weight:(01 Jun 10) 175.0 lb
Current Weight:(14 Mar 16) 149.4 lb
Goal Weight:135.0 lb
following: RNY - Gastric Bypass Diet
performance: gaining 0.8 lb a week

FatSecret member since: 23 Feb 10

granniemedic1's Weight History

granniemedic1's Latest Member Challenges

  Enjoy Food - Mindful Eating Challenge
status: Completed
ended: 04 Jun 12
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  Fruit and vegies!!!!
status: Completed
ended: 25 Jul 12
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granniemedic1's Cookbook

cals: 164kcal | fat: 5.03g | carbs: 29.00g | prot: 2.71g
Orange Cranberry Muffin
A healthy breakfast muffin.
cals: 454kcal | fat: 13.14g | carbs: 48.12g | prot: 37.30g
Chicken Pasta Stir Fry
Quick and easy, yet very tasty.
cals: 251kcal | fat: 11.57g | carbs: 7.51g | prot: 28.68g
Crock Pot Chicken Thighs with Vegetables
A stress free one dish meal seasoned with ingredients from your pantry.
cals: 43kcal | fat: 2.89g | carbs: 0.71g | prot: 3.17g
Little Liter Deviled Eggs
These deviled eggs make a nice treat that's high in protein.
cals: 129kcal | fat: 3.22g | carbs: 12.00g | prot: 15.76g
California Zesty Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms
Baked portabella mushrooms with a zesty twist.
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granniemedic1's Latest Posts

How Do You Stay Motivated?
I break things down into small goals and give myself a reward when I achieve each goal. I give myself frequent pats on the back for any small victory, and accept the fact that I am not, nor ever will be perfect with my eating. The goal for me is to improve my habits overall. If I am having trouble with motivation I list the goals I have met, (5lbs. lost, getting my wedding rings back on, one day without eating junk, etc.). The biggest thing for me has been to forgive myself. I forgive me for getting to the point of desperatly needing to do something, for not being perfect (that is a huge thing for a perfectionist)for hurting myself, and anything else that comes to mind. I am my own harshest critic and will whip myself to death. I have to forgive myself in order to move on. If I have a bad day/week, etc. I have to let it go and move on. If I don't I will have no motivation to continue the journey I have begun. It is a life long journey because even when I lose all the weight I wanted I still have to maintain it. That is when it is most difficult, learning to live it daily.

You can do this, good luck.
posted 14 May 2012, 12:24
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03 January 2013

The holidays were of course free eating days but I did not have any sort of binge and this is the first year for that. I have been cleaning it up this ...
on diet RNY - Gastric Bypass Diet  steady weight

28 November 2012

I think I am finding the balance to maintain my weight until this new sleeve allows me to eat more regular foods.
on diet RNY - Gastric Bypass Diet  steady weight

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