Joined January 2018
Weight History

Start Weight
134.0 lb
Lost so far: 9.0 lb

Current Weight
125.0 lb
Performance: gaining 0.4 lb a week

Goal Weight
125.0 lb
Still to go: 0 lb
Fairly active wife and mother of two grown girls. I'm a tad over 5ft 2 and in my mid-40s. I work and play full time. Always struggling with the last 10lbs because I love pizza and wine.

Peasy3's Weight History


Online now wannabhealthier
last weighin: losing 11.2 lb a week Down
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last weighin: losing 2.8 lb a week Down
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Peasy3's Cookbook

cals: 241kcal | fat: 17.10g | carbs: 6.24g | prot: 14.74g
Banh Mi Meatballs
A Vietnamese meatball used to make Banh Mi.
cals: 282kcal | fat: 21.96g | carbs: 6.38g | prot: 16.00g
Egg & Asparagus Medley
An incredibly simple yet delicious guilt-free dish, perfect for a light meal.
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Peasy3's Latest Posts

what is your goal weight, 5'3 and 5'4 ladies?
Just a quick note, I'm at 123 lbs with 31% muscle mass and my husband told me I would look weird if I lost anymore weight.
posted 27 Jul 2018, 09:21
You can do it!
posted 31 May 2018, 15:35
Here to support you!
posted 30 May 2018, 18:09
If your metabolism slows down as you get older, do you need to do more to lose weight than a younger
I just keep thinking about Jack Palance doing the one handed push-ups on stage at 73. Can you join a gym and use a pool to exercise? I agree on the upper body light weight strength training and 90% diet. I'm 43, I cut out all non-natural sugars a couple of months ago and built up some muscle. My metabolism seems to have improved. I had no issue dropping the pounds.
posted 04 Apr 2018, 10:47
Weight Loss feels hopeless but...
Yep, you have to stay focused and dedicated. Maybe set smaller goals, so they don't see too overwhelming. If you cut out refined sugar, your body stops craving it and things that have natural sugars taste so much sweeter. Definitely log your calories. It's too easy to go overboard if you don't. When you log, you know if you reach your limit, that it's time to stop until tomorrow. We are here for you!
posted 28 Mar 2018, 13:36
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