Lisa Kay
Joined March 2011
Posts
408
Following
58
Followers
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Weight History

Start Weight
200.2 lb
Lost so far: 5.6 lb

Current Weight
205.8 lb
Performance: gaining 0.3 lb a week

Goal Weight
168.0 lb
Still to go: 37.8 lb
Time for a new bio again, since I gained back a bit and am now finally losing again!
I'm 40 and recently married for the first time. I've struggled with weight ever since my 20s because I love to eat and used to hate exercise. I've changed a lot but still haven't completely conquered my cravings for sugar and gluten.
I live in Virginia on a farm with DH, 3 cats, and 4 horses. We are lucky to have lots of local fresh foods, meat, veggies, etc. and that has really contributed to my health!! I still love the Virgin Diet but right now I'm focusing on the Whole30 diet with a friend and it is WORKING.
I love running, yoga, and horseback riding, and am adding burst training and weight training to the mix.
1/1/2014 180.2
Update: 5/14/2014 174.2
Update: 6/02/2014 171.8
Update: 7/01/2014 169.8
Update: 12/1/2014 174.2 (gained 10, lost 5!)
Update: 8/1/2015 188.2
Update: 8/18/2015 183.0

Lisa Kay's Weight History


Lisa Kay's Latest Member Challenges

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  Shred for Santa With Lolette
status: Completed
ended: 26 Dec 16
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  2 Week Junk Free Challenge!
status: Completed
ended: 07 Oct 16
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last weighin: gaining 0.2 lb a week Up


Lisa Kay's Cookbook

cals: 345kcal | fat: 21.13g | carbs: 2.66g | prot: 34.91g
Mexican Meatloaf
A tasty low carb Mexican flavored meatloaf.
cals: 62kcal | fat: 4.84g | carbs: 0.57g | prot: 3.24g
Cayenne Deviled Eggs
Traditional deviled eggs with a kick.
cals: 313kcal | fat: 25.08g | carbs: 0.41g | prot: 20.21g
Breakfast Meatballs
Low carb meatballs with pork, beef, cheddar, egg and onion that are perfect for a meaty breakfast or any meal.
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Lisa Kay's Latest Posts

headache first few days on Atkins
Chicken broth (the kind that comes in a box)! It's suggested as a cure for the early Atkins headaches, and sure enough, it worked for me (and not a moment too soon, headaches were awful!)!
posted 26 Jun 2012, 10:55
fat acceptance article
This is an interesting thread. I do believe that we should learn to love ourselves, no matter our outward appearance, and that we are all beautiful. And I believe that people can be healthy without being stick-thin--In fact I am SO MUCH HEALTHIER now than I was years ago when I weighed 30 lbs less, because I have worked hard, exercised, and live better and more positively overall.
But I also think that, at least in my case, my obesity was just a visual effect of my other inside issues. So if I were to give in and just celebrate my fat weight, and indulge whenever I felt like it, I wouldn't be addressing all the issues that caused me to be overweight in the first place. I think that is the case for a lot of people.
posted 13 Jun 2012, 12:38
Transitioning from Atkins to Weight Watchers, Please help!
Have to chime in a big Amen to mayormaynot's comment. I recently tried to go from the OWL phase of Atkins to pre-maintenance. Adding ANY kind of grain OR sugar back into my diet does not work for me at all, in no time I was eating six red velvet cupcakes and an entire mini lemon raspberry cake in one sitting. I may be one of those people who can never eat grains without that effect. And that's OK. There are plenty of foods I can enjoy and still lose the weight. And you will know what works best for you, just trust your body to tell you! Very Happy
posted 06 Jun 2012, 08:16
Transitioning from Atkins to Weight Watchers, Please help!
The only thing I can add is that I know personally folks who have had great success with Weight Watchers! However, it just didn't work at ALL for me, whereas Atkins did and does. I have had trouble with my doctor disapproving of low-carb as well, I hear this is a common occurence. You might take a look at the book Atkins For Life, which explains how to carry on with low-carb once you have gotten to your goal weight. In any case, this is just my own experience. Good luck, whatever you decide!
posted 05 Jun 2012, 11:49
I'm Coming Back!!
LOL I love it IdaMarie!! I'm printing it out too!
posted 13 Mar 2012, 08:37
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07 December 2017

It's been a really long time since a journal entry, so here goes! I'm starting to "wonder" if I'll ever see "Onederland" ever again. It's been over a year ...

12 June 2017

Ha exactly the same as 77 days ago, the last time I weighed in! I guess at least it didn't go UP.

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