lriebenack
Joined August 2012
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Weight History

Start Weight
141.5 lb
Lost so far: 23.0 lb

Current Weight
164.5 lb
Performance: gaining 0.5 lb a week

Goal Weight
130.0 lb
Still to go: 34.5 lb
Wife, and busy mother of 4 children ages 17-3.

My priorities: learning to walk in the way of Christ, learning to take better care of myself and applying what I learn to my family, supporting my children's education, maintaining our home, and (in the short term) preparing for a family trip to Disney/reunion in late Sept. 2012.

I am a:
1)reluctant cook in a
2)house of picky eaters, with a
3)budget that doesn't give us much of a choice but to home cook most of the time;
4)not highly photogenic;
5)still trying to figure out how to dance at nearly 40;
6)and able to laugh at all of this. :)

lriebenack's Weight History


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lriebenack's Cookbook

cals: 135kcal | fat: 8.17g | carbs: 12.61g | prot: 4.36g
All Natural Breakfast Bars
Breakfast bars made of natural ingredients for health minded people on the go.
cals: 133kcal | fat: 12.61g | carbs: 8.26g | prot: 2.87g
Nut Meal Brownies
A rich brownie recipe that is low carb, high fiber and kid tested.
cals: 203kcal | fat: 2.75g | carbs: 23.64g | prot: 22.03g
Chicken Verde Chili
A hearty meal with ground chicken, green chilies, beans and plenty of goodness.
cals: 176kcal | fat: 1.73g | carbs: 28.83g | prot: 11.37g
Turkey and Corn Bread Casserole
A hearty delicious casserole that will set your taste buds alive.
cals: 106kcal | fat: 9.15g | carbs: 6.16g | prot: 1.42g
Steak Marinade
An easy, garlicky soy sauce-olive-oil-lemon juice-based marinade that's a tried and true family favorite.
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lriebenack's Latest Posts

Why Not Less Than 1200 calories
I have learned that when it comes to nutrition, there are many varying view points. It can get confusing. Often, knowing what's best for your body is a matter of trying it out. A view point which varies from this one is the Johnson Up Day Down Day Diet (JUDDDD, www.johnsonupdaydowndaydiet.com). It's a calorie cycling diet, restricting calories on alternate days, which has a lot of research support, and is getting a lot of recognition from doctors. I am trying it now after seeing a lot of positive results in friends. I won't say that it fits all people, but it has proven helpful for many.
posted 27 Aug 2012, 06:58
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The day before vacation, my Dad passed away suddenly. I adjusted diet plans accordingly, and wound up taking another two weeks off while we planned the ...

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