Joined October 2007
Weight History

Start Weight
186.0 lb
Lost so far: 43.0 lb

Current Weight
143.0 lb
Performance: Steady

Goal Weight
145.0 lb
Still to go: 2.0 lb

UPDATE 9/25/08 Now at 148 lbs and seem to have gotten content here. Time for me to lose the rest that my doc wants me to lose. I'm holding my weight well distributed but doc says I have 20 more lbs to lose, but only on the condition that I keep it off. No Yo-Yo-ing allowed.

Janelleas's Weight History

Janelleas's Latest Member Challenges

  Superbowl 43 Football Challenge!
status: Completed
ended: 03 Feb 09
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  Cruise to Lose
status: Completed
ended: 21 Nov 08
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last weighin: gaining 0.1 lb a week Up
last weighin: losing 0.6 lb a week Down
last weighin: losing 1.4 lb a week Down
last weighin: losing 0.6 lb a week Down

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Hubby and I on our gondola ride in Venice. Mario sang to us
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Janelleas's Cookbook

cals: 92kcal | fat: 1.30g | carbs: 16.26g | prot: 6.26g
Mixed Vegetable Soup
There are many variations to this 0 point soup. Basic idea is to create a simple broth, add veggies and spices to your hearts content.
cals: 56kcal | fat: 2.82g | carbs: 3.91g | prot: 3.79g
Jalapeno Poppers
These baked and battered poppers have minimal points but maximum flavor.
cals: 635kcal | fat: 9.20g | carbs: 87.12g | prot: 52.53g
Four Bean Soup
An easy and healthy low fat, good carbs soup.
cals: 178kcal | fat: 5.07g | carbs: 28.08g | prot: 7.30g
Double Berry Jello Salad
Whole cranberry in the salad makes this a perfect holiday addition.
cals: 200kcal | fat: 6.05g | carbs: 18.29g | prot: 19.29g
Country Ham Breakfast Casserole
This veggie packed casserole make tasty use of leftover ham.
cals: 162kcal | fat: 1.78g | carbs: 34.41g | prot: 2.68g
Cider Roasted Sweet Potatoes
A good holiday dish.
cals: 203kcal | fat: 11.54g | carbs: 14.77g | prot: 11.67g
Chocolate Peanut Butter Creme Pudding
Creamy chocolate and peanut butter with protein and good fats to keep you satisfied.
cals: 105kcal | fat: 3.20g | carbs: 3.67g | prot: 14.76g
Chile Relleno
Good for all phases of South Beach and weight Watchers.
cals: 131kcal | fat: 5.56g | carbs: 7.78g | prot: 12.27g
Baked Ricotta Custard
Creamy custard that tastes just like rice pudding - without the rice.
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Janelleas's Latest Posts

What Do You Have for Breakfast?
Usually I only eat two meals per day ...because I'm a poodle and I don't need as much food as the German shepherd s .. my way of saying that little short women cannot eat as much as a man. Men also have more muscle mass and can eat more than a small woman....if I eat breakfast it is usually 5 slices of banna in a half cup. Of yogurt with cinnamon sprinkled in. My second choice would be a small toaster waffle with natural peanut butter spread in it.

posted 27 Mar 2009, 16:40
Diabetes - HELLLLP!
My husband went on the South Beach Diet with me and he has been diabetic a long time. His entire family of seven brothers and sister's are all diabetic, some on insulin, some on pills. Hubby was on pills (notice I said WAS). The south beach diet was written by a heart doctor but it also follows the glycemic index for low glycemic foods. Hubby had his meds reduced and in one year on the diet with me (he cheated more than me) he is no "NON-diabetic". he takes no meds at all and although his doctor continues to monitor him because of his history, he is not considered mecially a "non-diabetic".

I am going to include some links for helpful sites that can get you started on south beach diet. it's easy to do and only the first two weeks are severly restricted to get you over the cravings and into fat burning mode. Once you are past the first two weeks the diet is easier to follow and opens you up to much more food choices.



Just pick a diet that seems to follow along with your goals and what you believe you can live your life with. good luck and feel free to message me,
posted 27 Mar 2009, 16:35
what are you giving up for lint
I heard a service about lent that changed the way I think of it. Instead of "giving up" something, think of it as "making an improvement" in your life.. whether it is to exercise to get a healthier body, or don't think of it as giving up tv, think of it as getting more involved and playing games with the family instead. Use lent as a time to improve yourself.

Since I am limited on exercise at this time due to a back problem, my choice for lent is to journal something positive about myself each day and to "give thanks" for it and for the things in my life that are positive each day.
posted 27 Feb 2009, 18:16
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The best love is the kind that awakens the soul and makes us reach for more, that plants a fire in our hearts and brings peace to our minds, and that's what you've given me. That's what I hope to give to you forever
“the notebook 2004"
posted 22 Feb 2009, 15:08
depends on what kind of diet plan you are on. there are good carbs and bad carbs
posted 22 Jan 2009, 13:21
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