Cindy Eggleston
Joined November 2007
Weight History

Start Weight
167.0 lb
Lost so far: 9.0 lb

Current Weight
158.0 lb
Performance: losing 0.0 lb a week

Goal Weight
145.0 lb
Still to go: 13.0 lb
I'm a 51 year old woman, I have three grown sons who live approx. 50 miles from me. I got married to my current husband in 1999 and at that time was 25 pounds lighter than I am now. It didn't help that shortly after that I started peri menopause and gotten out of a career that was very physical. I've been fighting my weight since my youngest son was born (he's 22). Right now I go to Curves for exercise and also a warm water indoor pool to help lesson the effects of fibromyalgia. I started a protein/lower carb diet at the beginning of December and am doing quite well on it. I seriously would like to lose at least 20 pounds before I turn, gulp, 52 in June.

Cindy Eggleston's Weight History


on diet Curves Diet
last weighin: losing 0.0 lb a week Down
on diet Curves Diet
last weighin: steady Steady

Cindy Eggleston's Cookbook

cals: 171kcal | fat: 12.09g | carbs: 9.70g | prot: 7.58g
Cheesy Spicy Cauliflower Bake
A low carb Mac & Cheese alternative that can also be made with broccoli.
cals: 157kcal | fat: 7.51g | carbs: 7.20g | prot: 16.01g
Crustless Broccoli Quiche
A low fat veggie quiche version that still packs in the flavor.
cals: 172kcal | fat: 10.70g | carbs: 9.66g | prot: 11.79g
Parmesan Crusted Zucchini II
You won't have to worry about any leftovers with these.
cals: 328kcal | fat: 22.58g | carbs: 5.85g | prot: 24.58g
Cheeseburger Casserole
Delicious eggs, hamburger and cheese in an easy to bake casserole.
cals: 357kcal | fat: 8.95g | carbs: 54.46g | prot: 25.27g
Braciole (Stuffed Meat Rolls)
Broccoli rolled up in thinly sliced beef and simmered in tomato sauce.
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Cindy Eggleston's Latest Posts

I'll try this
OK, I've been in a diet slump for the past month or so, I was going to say couple of weeks but really it's been longer. I was doing so good on my eating then one day I used a birthday party as an excuse to eat "wrong" then it was a meeting at a buffet, then something else then it just got easier and before I knew it the scales crept up a few pounds and my jeans got tighter. I was doing the Curves diet but since today is a new day and a fresh start I decided to try the South Beach diet, which is very similar. I found a book at a used book store that has recipes and the food phases you follow in it. I'm not a fast loser, it takes me forever, in fact I came across the paperwork from when I joined Curves in 2005. I was 187 and now weigh 165, I'd like to get down to at least 145 or less. I read these other posts and people have lost that much in a matter of months, not years. Of course I wasn't dieting all that time but still. But I'm determined to do this, I'll turn 52 in June (how did that happen)Doubt and just found out I'm going to be a first time grandma in October. I don't want to be a "fat" grandma so that gives me extra incentive. I can do this!
posted 01 Mar 2008, 21:27
A low carb lemon bar?
Does anyone have a recipe for a low carb lemon cheesecake bar or something like it?
posted 14 Feb 2008, 13:09
Low Carb Stuffing Recipe?
Does anyone have a recipe for a "low carb" stuffing or dressing?
posted 19 Dec 2007, 18:57
my post picture
Is there a way to change the picture next to my posts from the one I was given when I joined, which is a cup of coca cola?
posted 25 Nov 2007, 18:46
Where are the diets printed?
Is there a place on here where you can view and print out the diets? I am interested in the Curves carb sensitive diet and would like to make a copy of it.
ThanksVery Happy
posted 25 Nov 2007, 15:41
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