su2green
Joined October 2006
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Weight History

Start Weight
160.0 lb
Lost so far: 6.5 lb

Current Weight
153.5 lb
Performance: losing 1.3 lb a week

Goal Weight
125.0 lb
Still to go: 28.5 lb

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su2green's Cookbook

cals: 173kcal | fat: 2.59g | carbs: 28.92g | prot: 8.99g
Smoothie (In a Hurry)
Here's a fast way to make a smoothie for breakfast so you can get your day started off right. Mix it up in a kid's sippy cup so you can take it with you in the car.
cals: 229kcal | fat: 18.02g | carbs: 11.55g | prot: 8.73g
Grilled Hearts of Romaine
Something different to do with that lettuce!
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su2green's Latest Posts

Maximum heart rate
Here are the formulas for finding your maximum heart rate.

The simple version is
220 - your age

or to be difficult

Men: 210 - (1/2 your age) - (.05 x your body weight) + 4
Women: 210 - (1/2 your age) - (.05 x your body weight)
posted 17 Dec 2006, 11:08
starting today
Hi everybody! A friend and I are starting this today, at least I hope she's able to start this week so we're on the same schedule. I like this week for starters because I live with my parents and they'll be out of town most of the week so it won't inconvenience them too much.

I started the detox once before. Made it five days before I went to lunch with somebody and completely forgot what I was doing and ordered an iced tea and ate my lunch companion's onion rings! ARGH! However, in those five days I lost 3 pounds.

I always do really well when I go vegetarian, but I'm addicted to diet sodas and candy so I hope this will get rid of that for good. I think the artificial sweeteners just make me crave more bad food.

Uh oh, I forgot to see if plain unsweetened yogurt was on the yes list!
posted 06 Nov 2006, 08:25
eating
Eating raw whole foods can be very healthy, but it has to be very well planned out. Major sources of protein come from veggies that taste better cooked like lentils and beans.

If you just don't like cooking there are some easy recipes to do where you are only cooking one ingredient, like the brown rice or the dried beans, and using them to make other dishes.
posted 06 Nov 2006, 08:21
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07 January 2007

I am a quitter. I only had a little weight to lose to get to my goal. I exercised, watched what I ate very carefully, and I gained weight. So I'm giving ...
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19 December 2006

Yesterday was an easier paced day so today I have to remember to do at least a thirty minute cardio workout, and I'll see what Yoga Today has. One day ...
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