gonnaloseit
Joined November 2006
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Following
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Weight History

Start Weight
199.0 lb
Lost so far: 17.0 lb

Current Weight
182.0 lb
Performance: losing 2.5 lb a week

Goal Weight
135.0 lb
Still to go: 47.0 lb
I am married to a wonderful man who is very supportive of me while I am on the Weight Watchers plan. I also have a dog (Waldo). Since both of my parents and older brother have been diagnosed with high cholestoral, I knew I had to do something as my weight was getting out of control, and I was feeling rotten, not just physically, but psychologically as well. When I was feeling my worse a Weight Watchers commercial came on and I called the number, I was very skeptical, but I called anyways. Now, I am beginning to feel more energized and also feel better about myself.

Jan

gonnaloseit's Weight History


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Jana-2007
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yougogirl
last weighin: gaining 0.2 lb a week Up
miranda e robinson
on diet Atkins
last weighin: gaining 1.1 lb a week Up
 
lizzie
last weighin: gaining 0.9 lb a week Up


gonnaloseit's Cookbook

cals: 66kcal | fat: 1.21g | carbs: 9.15g | prot: 5.16g
Garden Vegetable Soup
Use any fat-free broth and substitute any vegetable you don't like for a vegetable you do like.
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Incidental Exercise
Laughing I take the long way to the bathroom also, I also park as far away as possible from the front door to work. Another "incidental exercise" is, instead of using a laundry basket to take laundry downstairs, I sort clothes and take each load individually, makes for good laughs around the house with all of the trips up and down the stairs.Laughing
posted 17 Jan 2007, 17:56
protein substitutes for meat?
Confused I'm not familiar with the Fat Flush Plan and I don't know what foods you can/cannot eat, but have you thought of beans as a substitute for meat? I don't mean green or wax beans, but kidney, pinto, navy, etc. Just a thought good luck! Smile
posted 15 Dec 2006, 19:11
When you don't have weights, and can't afford the gym...
Smile If you can't afford to go to the gym and you don't have weights, a can of soup weighs close to one pound, you can also use a broom handle as a exercise bar. I also like to jumprope, but if the weather is inclimate I pretend to jumprope in the basement, while watching a video. Really gets the cardiovascular system working! Smile
posted 12 Dec 2006, 21:32
I entered Members Tips Twice...
Smile I sent a comment through the website contact and they not only deleted my duplicates, in the future, they are also going to make it easier to delete postings. I feel much better now! Smile
posted 10 Dec 2006, 17:33
Don't skip breakfast
I agree by not skipping breakfast, I make sure I eat a cup of oatmeal with no milk only splenda (2 points). I feel full during the morning at work and it keeps me getting those mid-morning hunger pains! Smile
posted 09 Dec 2006, 14:19
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