Joined August 2007
Weight History

Start Weight
212.0 lb
Lost so far: 106.0 lb

Current Weight
318.0 lb
Performance: gaining 8.1 lb a week

Goal Weight
150.0 lb
Still to go: 168.0 lb
Hi everyone! My name is Kelly and I'm 28 years old. My birthday was at the end of July, and I made a promise to myself (and to my two very supportive best friends) that I WILL lose at least 100 pounds this year or I will sign up for gastric bypass or lapband surgery. I refuse to turn 30 and still weigh 300 pounds. I know that I can lose the weight and I plan to dedicate myself to accomplishing my goal. I look forward to getting to know everyone! Follow my progress here or at

SmallDailyChanges's Weight History


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last weighin: gaining 0.4 lb a week Up
last weighin: steady Steady
last weighin: steady Steady

SmallDailyChanges's Cookbook

cals: 107kcal | fat: 6.75g | carbs: 2.83g | prot: 9.22g
Egg Muffins
Great for breakfast in a hurry.
cals: 76kcal | fat: 4.68g | carbs: 6.54g | prot: 3.15g
Chicken Asparagus Soup
Flavorful and low in fat and calories, this is a great (and very filling) addition to any meal.
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SmallDailyChanges's Latest Posts

Thoughts on yogurt in phase 1?
Thanks to everyone for their replies. I knew I would get an answer through this forum!

Information, great suggestion about the supplemental book. I picked one up this morning - I had forgotten all about that one.

posted 07 Feb 2008, 13:23
Thoughts on yogurt in phase 1?
I'm about to restart phase one on Sunday, and I'm making out my menu in advance. I wanted to get some opinions on using a yogurt like Yoplait Yo-Plus or Dannon Activia for breakfast, in addition to egg whites and veggie sausage. I can't use the regular diet yogurts because the artifical sweetners will give me migraines.

Am I ok with those types of yogurt or should I hold off until phase 2?

Thanks in advance!
posted 06 Feb 2008, 16:10
Any ideas for SB Phase 1 New Years menu??
I second Jane's post - I use Kalyn's Kitchen all the time for SB recipes. Also, pull out your SBD cookbooks and go through them. You can't go wrong with those!
posted 31 Dec 2007, 15:51
Storing and being economic with Food.
I cook for just me and I agree, it's a pain when most recipes or prepackaged things are four servings. If there's any way that you can buy in bulk and use freezer bags, that's the most cost effective thing.

You also might want to get some canning jars - particuarly if you want to make soup, it's easy to store one serving and if you put the soup in the jar while it's hot it will actually seal the lid for you. I have kept soup (as long as it has no cream in it) for about six months in the jars and it's still good.

Good luck!
posted 28 Dec 2007, 18:05
New Starter seeking diet buddy
I would love to join in! I'm also restarting SBD after a year or so break and would love the support and love to give some support. Maybe we should create a daily e-mail group?

posted 13 Aug 2007, 10:00
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