Jkurtz2006's Journal, 31 January 2016

March 03, 2011 I downloaded the app while at 179.3 lb planing to drop 14.3 lb. Over time I would log in once and a while not changing anything in my routine. Over the last few years I would jump on the scale say Oh No, log it and go buy a couple tubs of slim fast and some meal bars. I would watch the weight drop slightly then I would jump of the wagon as soon as I saw a chance. I knew I was feeling bigger but thought I was still hanging out in the 200lb zone. Earlier this week I jumped on the scale and saw that I was 222lbs YIKES. I didn't like it when I hit the 200lb mark. I need to find a good diet to get on from here on out. I don't have much time/desire to "workout" I do love to hike when there is an opportunity and I enjoy cycling when the weather is nice.

If anyone has any recommendations for me please let me know!

Diet Calendar Entry for 31 January 2016:
2578 kcal Fat: 98.22g | Prot: 94.31g | Carb: 253.46g.   Breakfast: Scrambled Egg (Whole, Cooked). Lunch: Lasagna with Meat. Dinner: Rosati's Thin Crust Cheese Pizza. Snacks/Other: McDonald's Sausage Burrito, Kraft MiO Liquid Water Enhancer - Strawberry Watermelon, Glaceau Smartwater - Electrolyte Enhanced Water (33.8 oz), hersheys Twizzlers Strawberry Twists, Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bar, Great Value Large Marshmallows, Nabisco Grahams Crackers Original, Nestle Rich Chocolate Hot Cocoa Mix, Brandy. more...
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31 Jan 16 by member: MotivationRoad
really recommend following an eating plan rather than a diet, one that teaches you how to combine your foods, which foods are the best to eat for whatever you like to do (if you're an exerciser). I've tried a bunch. Dont try TLS, it relies on supplements and doesn't teach you how to eat. The beachbody program (21 day fix) works even without the shakes. In the beginning, you have to plan your food then stick to your plan. After 3 weeks, it becomes habit. The weight comes off slow and steady and you are not starving. 
31 Jan 16 by member: mab63
Eat your way out of it. Just have most of your meals come in below the rdi be diligent about logging every thing and plan out your meals so you avoid the hidden calories in little snacks and fast food and restaurants. Weight gain is by a thousand little choices that add up not the occasional big meal. Working out helps But when it takes a marathon to run off a Big Mac which is easier; cut out the Big Mac or run the marathon. Good luck 
31 Jan 16 by member: Teddymilhair
It's so common to see someone's current weight well above their starting weight. I've done well just making good choices on what I'm eating, entering everything everyday to be able to recognize anything that may be driving my intake up too high. When I can I'll enter in what I plan to eat ahead of time to know what the count will be. 
31 Jan 16 by member: linkrunner


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