Paperbackstash
Joined September 2019
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Weight History

Start Weight
192.0 lb
Lost so far: 19.0 lb

Current Weight
173.0 lb
Performance: losing 28.0 lb a week

Goal Weight
135.0 lb
Still to go: 38.0 lb
I have been dieting and trying to have a new lifestyle starting 8/26/2019. I just this website a few weeks later to help with tracking, motivation, and community. I started at the end of August at 192. When I started the website after 2 weeks I was 188.

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ended: 28 Oct 19
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Paperbackstash's Cookbook

cals: 468kcal | fat: 32.64g | carbs: 12.36g | prot: 30.44g
Arugula Skirt Steak Salad
A salad of arugula steak and red onion.
cals: 411kcal | fat: 27.31g | carbs: 14.44g | prot: 28.35g
Broccoli Cheesy Bread
Cheese topped vegetable bread.
cals: 161kcal | fat: 11.23g | carbs: 6.17g | prot: 8.05g
Seafood Salad
Shrimp and crab salad suitable for mixing with pasta, on roll or crackers. Can also be used as a dip.
cals: 207kcal | fat: 12.80g | carbs: 4.05g | prot: 18.21g
Chicken with Garlic & Parsley
Skillet seasoned sautéed chicken pieces.
cals: 125kcal | fat: 3.90g | carbs: 17.16g | prot: 5.54g
Roasted Cauliflower Broccoli Soup
Pure comfort food on a cold wintery day.
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Too much calories
The only other I tried was fitnesspal - they based it there off how many lbs I wanted to ideally lose a week, which I set as 2, so they cut me off at 1200. Here at Fatsecret it's 1300 lbs, but they state to lose 1 lb a week. Your daily is a huge difference compared to my 100. Did you enter different information here, such as activity level or age difference?
posted 07 Oct 2019, 08:30
Are smaller goals beter?
I think it's a good idea to put them into smaller goals. When I set mine up it was with a mental goal so I didn't, but I'm mainly looking at lbs per month lost to help. We'll see, crossing fingers for all of us.
posted 07 Oct 2019, 08:25
DIABETIC OR PREDIAVETIC
I do not have diabetes or pre (almost, but not quite) --- but yes you can set it with sugar intake and carbs in mind in your settings and it will track that daily when you enter your food.
posted 07 Oct 2019, 07:51
what is your goal weight, 5'3 and 5'4 ladies?
I'm 5'3 and would like to be around 135. I think in the 120's wouldn't look good on me since I am not small boned and have a medium frame.
posted 07 Oct 2019, 07:49
Confusion on Soda
Lucky Roja wrote:
It's an evolutionary reality that your body gets alarmed when there is a big, sustained drop in calories. If you are sedentary, your metabolism slows down to preserve energy. Two things might help - one is getting more exercise. I'm older and not a gym rat, so my exercise is simply walking. It took time to get up from a miserable half hour to a much less miserable hour-and-a-half a couple times a week, but it makes a huge difference in my weight loss. The other is what is called zig-zag dieting. Low cals several days in a row and then a more weight maintaining level for a day so your body calorie deficit alarm isn't going off. I'm not saying drink soda on the zag day, but give yourself a little slack to eat a sandwich or a fruit cup.


Thanks, I think this must be what happened. I didn't lose any weight the first two weeks cutting out soda completely (and I drank quite a bit of it before) or the junk food. I was eating 1200-1300 calories a day of just healthy stuff. Until I started adding in exercise the third week, I did not seem to lose any weight beyond one pound, so I must have needed that to kickstart it. Since dropping the 2 liter of soda a day, that was an 800 calorie drop, and then eating healthy instead of what I was usually eating, it was a calorie difference of at least 1500 a day. The only explanation I can conclude with changing to 1200 versus almost 3000 calories and no weight loss is what you are saying with the body being in a freak out mode at first.
posted 26 Sep 2019, 20:00
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