kbrammer

Start Weight:(29 Dec 09) 243.0 lb
Current Weight:(30 Sep 16) 216.4 lb
Goal Weight:160.0 lb
following: kbrammer's own diet
performance: losing 11.2 lb a week

Fat Secret has truly been a blessing for me since I started on this web site 6 years ago. I have met some wonderful and supportive people who have been very encouraging.

Weight loss and sustaining it is not for the "faint of heart" we all have our own personal journeys, challenges and wins.

I encourage everyone to stay the course, even us "older" folks, we can loose weight, we can be healthy and we can be there for our children and grandchildren!

FatSecret member since: 02 Jan 10

kbrammer's Weight History


kbrammer's Latest Member Challenges

64
  10% by April 1st!
status: Completed
ended: 26 Mar 13
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40
  5'4" and under petite diets
status: Completed
ended: 17 Sep 12
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kbrammer's Buddies

kpwcalories
not sharing weight
 
rnbigguy
last weighin: losing 0.3 lb a week Down
rontravis
last weighin: losing 4.2 lb a week Down
 
I_Eat_Therefore
last weighin: losing 14.0 lb a week Down


kbrammer's Cookbook

cals: 176kcal | fat: 5.83g | carbs: 14.06g | prot: 19.72g
Turkey & Vegetables Skillet
A quick, easy and low calorie turkey meal.
cals: 336kcal | fat: 7.49g | carbs: 41.36g | prot: 25.13g
Turkey Taco Bake
A great make ahead that you can toss in the freezer and thaw when you are ready.
cals: 201kcal | fat: 7.80g | carbs: 22.40g | prot: 13.72g
Cauliflower, Broccoli and Mature Cheddar Gratin
Fantastic, delicious and nutritious vegetarian dish.
cals: 216kcal | fat: 3.71g | carbs: 36.94g | prot: 11.06g
Crockpot Black Beans
Easy black bean recipe to serve over rice or as a side with chicken or sausage.
cals: 277kcal | fat: 8.94g | carbs: 8.32g | prot: 38.69g
Bruschetta Chicken Bake
Hearty and tasty chicken bake that makes for a pleasing easy dinner.
view complete cookbook

kbrammer's Latest Posts

Stuck!!
I have found that I stay at plateaus for many weeks, I quit stressing about it, I am eating healthy, journaling everything and very important to measure and weight things.

Keep at it and find ways to reduce your stress around eating and diets. Eat fresh only no processed food and stay at 7 calories per pound initially then gradually increase to 10-12 calories per pound for maintainance.

Believe in your ability to be successful this is a long journey. You can do it!
posted 28 Mar 2011, 16:44
kbrammer has submitted 1 post

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kbrammer's journal

29 September 2016

Working the program.
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27 September 2016

Keep on Truckin
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kbrammer's Recent Food & Exercise

kbrammer's Groups

Nurses United
This group is for nurses that want to support one another to lose weight and maintain a healthier lifestyle.

The Seattle Side
For all those on the Seattle side of the mountains, this is a place for us.

50's with 25-50 lbs to Lose
50 somethings with 25-50 pounds to lose.

kbrammer's Recent Activity

kbrammer's Own Activity

kbrammer updated their Exercise Diary.
kbrammer updated their Exercise Diary.
kbrammer updated their Food Diary.
kbrammer recorded a Weigh In at 216.4 lb.

kbrammer's Buddies

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