Joined November 2011
Weight History

Start Weight
295.4 lb
Lost so far: 76.5 lb

Current Weight
218.9 lb
Performance: losing 0.3 lb a week

Goal Weight
205.0 lb
Still to go: 13.9 lb
"when all is lost, there's always tomorrow..."

29 Dec 2011:

- Body Mass Index: 33.6 kg/m2
- Waist-to-Height ratio: 0.71
- Percent Body Fat: 39.2%
- Lean Body Mass: 76.0 kg

22 Nov 2012

- Body Mass Index: 27.2 kg/m2
- Waist-to-Height ratio: 0.61
- Percent Body Fat: 32.1%
- Lean Body Mass: 69.0 kg

Ryan75's Weight History

Ryan75's Latest Member Challenges

  20 lbs in 9 weeks
status: Completed
ended: 12 Mar 12
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on diet Atkins
last weighin: losing 6.6 lb a week Down

Ryan75's Cookbook

cals: 196kcal | fat: 2.81g | carbs: 34.20g | prot: 8.87g
Bean Soup with Pasta
A hearty, filling and tasty low fat soup.
cals: 304kcal | fat: 12.43g | carbs: 6.55g | prot: 40.16g
Cheesy Beef Bake
A quick toss-together and bake meal that's great for hungry families.
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Ryan75's Latest Posts

There is good advice here. Thanks to everyone that contributed thus far Smile
posted 23 Mar 2013, 15:27
iulani wrote:
Totally true...if you deprive yourself, sooner or later, you start cheating or binging. Eat what you really want, not what you think you should eat. If its not a super healthy choice, eat less of it. Be mindful. Eat slowly and see how you feel after eating certain foods. There are days I can't even think of eating an apple, so why would I eat one? eat what you truly want.

Kingkeld, what do you think of this tip? Smile
posted 23 Mar 2013, 15:25
lol Cthulhu
posted 04 Dec 2012, 00:20
1200 Calories and can't lose weight?
The strange case of Nightshade03...

Some good advice here - from yourself too.
posted 03 Dec 2012, 22:48
Also, I see what everyone is saying about the counting of calories. I agree to some extend but as a whole I don't think it is something that is or should be sustainable. It is just not normal to weigh and measure everything you consume. However, if the aim of this exercise is to learn about food and your limits thereof, then yes. But at some point you have to be able to maintain your weight without any counting tools. You have to develop some kind of instinct that will guide you to make the right food choices. .
posted 28 Nov 2012, 07:29
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