davidsprincess's Journal, 28 April 2019

Weigh In record (no journal entry) for 28 April 2019
222.8 lb Lost so far: 26.2 lb.    Still to go: 57.8 lb.    Diet followed reasonably well.

Diet Calendar Entries for 28 April 2019:
1712 kcal Fat: 52.07g | Prot: 122.36g | Carb: 198.54g.   Breakfast: Saltine Crackers, Baked Sweetpotato (Peel Eaten, Fat Not Added in Cooking), Butter, green curry seasoned pork loin filet, fudge covered oreos. Lunch: Dannon Light & Fit Greek - Vanilla, Dole Frozen Blueberries, Birds Eye Steamfresh Broccoli, Butter. Dinner: Oscar Mayer Beef Hot Dogs Franks, Ball Park Hot Dog Bun, Trader Joe's 4% Cottage Cheese, Tomatoes. Snacks/Other: ambari banana bread protein bar, ambari nutrition ambari meal replacement shake, Great Value 0% Fat Free Milk. more...
3300 kcal Activities & Exercise: Sexual Activity - 30 minutes, Shopping - 20 minutes, Weight Training (moderate) - 50 minutes, Driving - 40 minutes, Sitting - 6 hours, Resting - 7 hours and 40 minutes, Sleeping - 8 hours. more...
on diet davidsprincess's own diet   losing 5.6 lb a week

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The phrase "WTF" just crossed my mind!  
28 Apr 19 by member: chrisw77
What's going on here? Are you still eating?? 
28 Apr 19 by member: chrisw77
I mean, good job, but nobody likes an overachiever 😜 
28 Apr 19 by member: chrisw77
But put in context... Still only three to five for the month. 😞 I'll probably gain it back tomorrow. But for now I'll take it. Interested in how many inches lost when I measure Wednesday.  
28 Apr 19 by member: davidsprincess
1/2 (.5) half a pound a week is healthy 
28 Apr 19 by member: rosio19
Try to care for a healthy eating diet, a lifelong one. not for lose weight🤯🤯🤯, lose weight 🤯🤯🤯🤯 lose weight diet 
28 Apr 19 by member: rosio19
Shush! Dial back the negativity (aka: "realism") and keep the can-do positivity!  
28 Apr 19 by member: chrisw77
The months/weeks/days will always have spikes and dips... look longer-term and shoot for little 5lb goals! Each one is a step in the right direction 👌😊 
28 Apr 19 by member: chrisw77
1 pound a week is fine. That's only a 500 calorie deficit. 
28 Apr 19 by member: Diablo360x
I think .5-1 is ideal... and it’s how much I would lose a week  
28 Apr 19 by member: rosio19
My goal is 2# a week. At my size, I feel it's reasonable. When I get to 200, maybe I'll aim for 1.5 a week.  
28 Apr 19 by member: davidsprincess
just don't get upset if u don't lose 2 pounds, thats all I'm trying to say  
28 Apr 19 by member: rosio19
I hear ya... But I still like to see the scale move and the inches better be coming off too, but I only measure once a month. But upset or not, I won't give up.  
28 Apr 19 by member: davidsprincess
Yaaaay!! 🤘😁🤘 
28 Apr 19 by member: chrisw77
The Biggest Losers regain story isn’t entirely upbeat. Not when they packed back on an average of 90 pounds in six years. Their stories match what has been known about weight loss for more than 50 years—that the vast majority of individuals can't keep the weight off. University of Pennsylvania researcher Albert Stunkard began to show this in the 1950s. A key reason for weight regain is the decline in resting metabolic rate (RMR) that automatically follows a lower body weight. RMR accounts for roughly 70 percent of daily calorie burn, so as you lose weight, you have to eat less to maintain your weight. The new research report in Obesity focuses on RMR, particularly the fact that it often drops more than expected with weight loss. This is the damnable “metabolic adaptation” in the paper’s title, “Persistent Metabolic Adaptation 6 Years  
28 Apr 19 by member: dannoci
28 Apr 19 by member: rosio19
just don't give up 
28 Apr 19 by member: rosio19
Nice drop!!! 
28 Apr 19 by member: John10251


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