Ravyne Hawke
Joined September 2015
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Weight History

Start Weight
185.0 lb
Lost so far: 6.0 lb

Current Weight
191.0 lb
Performance: gaining 2.6 lb a week

Goal Weight
145.0 lb
Still to go: 46.0 lb
06/29/2019

53 yr old female

Health concerns - diabetes, bipolar disorder, BPD, anxiety disorder, OCD, neuropathy in both feet, high cholesterol

Current Weight - 191 lbs
Weight Loss goal - 145 lbs
lbs to lose - 46

Current A1c - 10.5
1st Goal A1c - 7

Current Triglycerides - 183
Goal - 150 or less

Current Plan - Whole Foods Plant-Based, low sodium, minimal oil (only what's naturally in foods like nuts, seeds, avocados and from store-bought breads, wraps, etc.)

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ended: 25 Dec 15
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Ravyne Hawke's Cookbook

cals: 64kcal | fat: 6.80g | carbs: 0.48g | prot: 0.41g
Lemon Cheesecake Fat Bombs
An easy to make high fat snack for those following LCHF diets.
cals: 172kcal | fat: 6.75g | carbs: 1.58g | prot: 24.96g
Slow Cooker Lemon Garlic Chicken
A wonderful fix and forget recipe.
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.
cals: 87kcal | fat: 7.43g | carbs: 0.76g | prot: 4.22g
Revoloopsie Rolls
A low-carb substitute for sliced bread that's very useful for making sandwiches, burgers and bread pudding.
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Ravyne Hawke's Latest Posts

Face bloats from foods
To me, it sounds like your body is telling you what foods you should not be eating as you are getting an allergic reaction to them. Keep a list of any foods that do this to you and simply eliminate them from your diet. I cannot eat any sugary, starchy or processed foods, especially foods that have MSG or maltodextrin in them. They always make me bloat - face, hands, feet, etc.
posted 25 Oct 2015, 09:59
weight lifting and Low Carb????
There is a great guy on YouTube named Abel James who does webcasts about Low Carb diets and work-outs. You should check out his channel. He may have some advice that would serve you well. Also, check out Dr. Tim Noakes and Gary Taubes on Youtube. They have some great science behind Low Carb and exercise.
posted 25 Oct 2015, 09:53
Lipitor ??
All statins have been linked to weight gain. They have also been known to cause diabetes. I would ask if there was a non-statin cholesterol medication you could take that your insurance will cover. If not, then perhaps a review of your diet is in need... Quit sugars, starches and processed foods, eat healthy non-starchy vegetables, add healthy fats like olive oil, coconut oil, and flax seed oil, eat moderate healthy proteins like eggs, fish, and lean cut meats, and small amounts of dairy and add some berries to your diet. There are other ways to lower your cholesterol than taking statins which have so many horrible side effects.
posted 25 Oct 2015, 09:39
Why am I stuck?
Not sure what kind of diet you are on, but eating high carbs will keep you fat. Just think about what they feed to animals to fatten them up for slaughter - grains! Sugar and Starch cause the body to store glucose as fat. If you want to lose weight, you need to lower your carbs, up your fat a bit with healthy fats like olive oil, coconut oil and flax seed oil, and eat only non-starchy vegetables and good protein sources. Even the whole grains that are taunted as "healthy grains" still convert to glucose and still get stored as fat.
posted 25 Oct 2015, 09:31
95% of people who lose it, gain it back!
Like you, Raeka8, I have learned where I have gone wrong in the past and hopefully I am a lot wiser for it. I've determined that this is a new lifestyle, not a diet and I will be in that 5%!
posted 25 Oct 2015, 09:20
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