Start Weight:(11 May 10) 170.0 lb
Current Weight:(16 Feb 17) 163.0 lb
Goal Weight:155.0 lb
following: ieGod's own diet
performance: losing 0.6 lb a week

Living a healthy lifestyle and focusing on aesthetic goals. Currently doing cut/bulk cycles and loving the progress. Summer abs + winter gains holding strong.

FatSecret member since: 11 May 10

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last weighin: steady Steady
last weighin: losing 1.5 lb a week Down
last weighin: losing 2.8 lb a week Down
last weighin: losing 12.6 lb a week Down

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What am I missing here. The top of any particular day shows your macro breakdown, and so does the monthly view.
posted 23 Mar 2017, 08:07
Estimated Calories
Your height and age would be nice to know. You need to eat a caloric surplus, but knowing what your total intake should be requires a baseline.

posted 23 Mar 2017, 08:06
Not losing centimeters - is it Visceral fat?
If you're measuring your waist keep in mind that's usually the last place your body will shed weight from. Don't overthink it, and don't overmeasure.

A weekly progression of weight measurement should show you the trend. Give it time.
posted 23 Mar 2017, 07:41
How to figure out a serving size for a recipe
LostSun wrote:
Weighing it is the most accurate weight. Weigh your pan or whatever you are making it in before and after you cook. Subtract the weight of the pan and divide by 6.

Unless it is something small that naturally settles and packs together, volume measurements are inconsistent, and small inconsistencies really add up.

Ingredient variability will introduce density differences. 1g of butter vs 1g of celery have completely different calories and macros. Weighing the pan pre/post isn't enough, you need to weigh the individual ingredients.

Edit: Of course it all depends how pedantic you want to be. When I'm in serious mode, I go to the gram.
posted 16 Feb 2017, 07:45
meat and egg fast?
tjkoz wrote:
I've not eaten off plan, and this week, I've gone up a couple pounds

Sounds like your plan needs adjustment. Remember that the key to losing is that you need to consume less calories than you intake. if you think that a change in diet will help that, go for it, but without adjusting the total calories you're taking in it won't matter if you're doing a regular diet, keto, or low fat.

Lynnybird wrote:
Does anyone know if splenda causes you to gain weight??

It's a low-calorie sweetener. On its own, it cannot cause any substantial weight gain. At 5cals per pack it's pretty much negligible.
posted 16 Feb 2017, 07:41
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5k calories yesterday. Badass. I haven't had a cheat day that epic in a while. It's all good, today that's going to fuel a new deadlift PR of 4+ plates. ...
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