Farfelu's Journal, 26 June 2013

Went to the doctor today and here are my updated numbers:

Weight: 132.6
Fat % 27.8
Fat mass: 36.8
Muscle mass: 91
Metabolic age: 44
Visceral fat rating: 6
BMI: 22.8

Ideal body weight: 128.2
Degree of Obesity: 3.40%

My journal entry on May 2nd, 8 weeks ago, showed the following:

Weight: 139  
Fat % 29% (ideal range is 23 to 33%) 
Fat mass: 41 lbs. (ideal is 29 to 50 lbs.) 
Muscle mass: 93 lbs.  
Metabolic age: 44 (I am 59)
Visceral fat rating: 7  (average is 13, single digits is great)
BMI: 24  

Ideal body weight: 128 lbs.
Degree of Obesity: 9%

Making progress, albeit slow. Three steps forward, two back, but I never want to be where I was in January again at almost 160 pounds so I am recording the good, the bad and the ugly to remind myself not to slack off.

Diet Calendar Entries for 26 June 2013:
498 kcal Fat: 9.21g | Prot: 62.13g | Carb: 47.53g.   Breakfast: Coffee, Egg Beaters Egg Beaters - Original, Tabasco Original Pepper Sauce, Del Monte Mandarin Oranges No Sugar Added. Lunch: Tuna in Water (Canned), Tomatoes, Taylor Farms Iceberg Lettuce, Italian Salad Dressing (Fat Free), Cooked Asparagus (from Fresh). Dinner: Lettuce, NutriSystem Flame Broiled Beef Patty, Tomatoes, Southern Home Jalapeno Slices, Cucumber (with Peel), Kroger Carbmaster Key Lime Yogurt. Snacks/Other: Swiss Miss Sensible Sweets Diet Hot Cocoa Mix. more...
1731 kcal Activities & Exercise: Sleeping - 8 hours, Resting - 7 hours, Desk Work - 9 hours. more...
on diet 5:2 Fast Diet  


Awesome news! You must feel proud of yourself to see the decrease overall. Stay positive and focused and you will reach your goals.  
26 Jun 13 by member: Dianem65
That's right! The most important is never to give up. One can take a break, or even loose some ground but you've got to always keep on doing it! Great progress by the way! 
26 Jun 13 by member: euheide
Those are great numbers! You must be proud of yourself for what you've accomplished. Keep up the amazing work and you'll reach your goal soon! 
27 Jun 13 by member: aggie95
Slow progress leads to lasting results... You are doing Awesome! 
27 Jun 13 by member: BBFC_Girls
Good job. I also find that recording everything everyday good or bad helps me to understand what triggers a crazy binge. The 5:2 diet seems to control it. Recording also helps me to see better what works for me and what causes me to gain. Keep up the good work. 
28 Jun 13 by member: Sherota


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