sierra1167

Start Weight:(05 Nov 13) 215.0 lb
Current Weight:(18 Sep 14) 215.0 lb
Goal Weight:130.0 lb
following: sierra1167's own diet
performance: Steady

My name is Sierra and I was originally doing Atkins. I lost about 35 pounds, but then regained after jumping the rails last year. I finally was getting back on track when I had a gall bladder attack. After learning that low carb is a possible cause of gall stones I just gave up. Now I am making positive changes that I will hopefully be successful with.

Short Term Goals:

199lbs...Reached:
180s.....Reached:
170s.....Reached:
160s.....Reached:
150s.....Reached:
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FatSecret member since: 27 Dec 11

sierra1167's Weight History


sierra1167's Latest Member Challenges

206
  No More BREAD
status: Completed
ended: 25 Mar 13
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70
  No Cheating No Hiding Challenge III
status: Completed
ended: 10 Jul 12
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sierra1167's Buddies

got the munchies
last weighin: losing 0.8 lb a week Down
 
jparlett
buddies only
DarleneW101
on diet Atkins
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Lisa Kay
last weighin: gaining 0.9 lb a week Up


sierra1167's Cookbook

cals: 422kcal | fat: 40.45g | carbs: 4.99g | prot: 8.76g
Cheesecake for One
A favorite super quick cheesecake that is perfect for dessert.
cals: 185kcal | fat: 5.27g | carbs: 5.05g | prot: 29.29g
Dijon Broccoli Chicken
Yummy broccoli and chicken in a tangy sauce.
cals: 467kcal | fat: 37.15g | carbs: 21.18g | prot: 17.87g
One Minute Flax Meal Muffin
A filling and versatile low carb muffin, ideal as a breakfast accompaniment.
cals: 327kcal | fat: 21.97g | carbs: 6.26g | prot: 25.62g
Cheeseburger Soup
Good comfort food, but watch the carbs.
cals: 357kcal | fat: 16.94g | carbs: 4.35g | prot: 44.06g
Beef Stew
A melt in your mouth low carb hearty beef stew.
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sierra1167's Latest Posts

Garcina Cambogia...
I posted on Facebook not long ago about how tired I am of Dr. Oz. I'm sorry to anyone who thinks he's great, but IMHO he's no different than a snake oil salesman. I'm not saying that he doesn't know what he's talking about as far as other health issues, but when it comes to weight loss it seems he is taking advantage of people desperate for something that works. I don't watch his show, but every time I log onto Facebook I see a new ad for a weight loss gimmick that Dr. Oz is peddling. It seems to be a new "guaranteed results" "breakthrough weight loss" every time. One week it's cranberry extract, some fruit the next week, and who knows what it will be a month from now. I'm sorry, I don't believe anything he pushes. Again, just my two cents.
posted 26 Nov 2013, 09:05
What a week of groceries look like.
Thank you for sharing it. It was very interesting to see how families in some other countries feed more people on much less. The American picture shows that most Americans do not eat enough fruits and vegetables and eat too much fast/processed foods. I was a bit shocked at the Mexican picture though. Did you see how many liters of Coke they drink? Granted, the Mexican version is made with real sugar instead of High Fructose Corn Syrup, but still....wow.
posted 25 Nov 2013, 10:05
weigh everyday
Agreed. If you click the link in my signature, it really puts those day to day fluctuations into perspective.
posted 25 Nov 2013, 07:45
weigh everyday
I have always thought it made more sense to weigh every day. It makes it so much easier to pinpoint what you are doing right and what you may have done wrong. If you weigh once a week and you gain 2 pounds, how will you know what you need to change? Was it too many carbs or calories that week? Or could it be just water weight because you ate too much sodium the day before the weigh in? Weighing every day not only keeps me accountable,but makes it easier to see where I need to tweak.
posted 22 Nov 2013, 09:54
Sweet
Hi Zulu! Since the OP is on Atkins, a tsp of sugar would be a bad idea. Part of the Atkins process is to eliminate sugar and other simple carbs. Having sugar will actually make the cravings come back in full force. Most of us are addicted to sugar and telling a sugar addict who is trying to get away from it, is not unlike telling a heroin addict to just do a little to get over the craving.
posted 03 May 2012, 12:18
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03 September 2014

Gradually making positive changes that will hopefully result in my losing weight in a steady and healthy way. First steps this week and a half have been ...
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13 December 2013

Between TOM and all the holiday goodies that vendors are giving me, I am really struggling this week! I will be so glad when the holidays are over!
on diet sierra1167's own diet  steady weight

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