nanodoll
Joined September 2008
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Start Weight
126.0 lb
Lost so far: 10.2 lb

Current Weight
136.2 lb
Performance: Steady

Goal Weight
120.0 lb
Still to go: 16.2 lb
Hi, I'm Tiffany.
I don't have much weight to loose but I've been wanting to loose it for nearly 3 years and that's only made it worse. I'm starting for real by joining this website and hope to accomplish my goal while trying to help others whenever I can or provide content to the site. I also look forward to learning Yoga.

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How can I slowly go from a normal BMI of 22.5 to a normal BMI of 20 (-15lbs) and keep it off?
I'm not 16 anymore, I'm almost 18 now, but thanks anyway.

I've read both your posts carefully. Thank you both, but I have one question. Is there really no way to loose the weight without going through so much exercise? I'm not used to moving around at all. I'm very weak, and the slightest effort tires me. Even when I try, there isn't much I'm able to do. Plus I hate it. I'm sure these exercises are basic for weight loss, but it would be very very hard for me. I'd be willing to do it if it works, but if I do loose the weight this way, once I stop exercising, wouldn't I start to gain weight?

I'm trying to include the efforts in the weight loss phase, so that afterwords, I won't have to maintain as much effort. Some, okay. But as little as possible. The thing is I don't trust myself to continue trying forever. That's why I want to make the weight loss as permanent as possible.

Any thoughts...?
posted 12 Nov 2009, 21:48
How can I slowly go from a normal BMI of 22.5 to a normal BMI of 20 (-15lbs) and keep it off?
My BMI is currently normal (22.5). But I have allot of belly fat and very large thighs. I'd like to loose 15lbs, which would mean looking thinner while still remaining within the normal BMI range (20).

I'm willing to do it as slowly as I must so that I can better keep the weight off when I reach my goal. I don't want my body to be shocked!

So... how do you think I should do it? What kind of changes should I make? What should I change in the way I eat? How much should I exercise? I don't want to push my body too hard. I'm willing to take more time. It's very important if I want this change to last.

Thank you very much! I appreciate your input!
posted 06 Nov 2009, 21:45
Should I count the carbs in fruits & vegetables in my diet? (20 carbs a day max)
I'm following the Atkins diet.
Until Christmas, I can only have up to 20 carb a day but I usually tend to go overboard with the mushrooms, tomato (...) especially with grapes.

Fruits have more carbs than vegetables but in the end they all have carbs. Are these carbs okay? Should I be counting them in my diet?

(Perhaps I should mention that I'm not overweight and only need to loose about a dozen pounds to reach my goal.)

It would be an overwhelming relief if someone were to say I can have as many fruits & vegetables as I want but unfortunately I'm really looking for the truth.

Please & Thank you .
-Tiff
posted 07 Nov 2008, 12:00
Getting to KNOW YOU, la la la laaa la laaa laaa
My name's Tiffany, I'm 16 years old. I love the community on fatsecret.com and hopefully I can stop being shy and start making buddies. I'm from Quebec, Canada too!
posted 07 Nov 2008, 11:31
What can I do to keep myself under controll when I'm starved but there isn't healthy food in the hou
I will be living with my family of 3 sisters, one brother and both parents for another(approx) 2 years.

We don't usually have much money and what we can afford is not always favorable for my diet.

What can I do to control myself in times when I'm starved, the house is full of normal food but nothing I should be eating?

I mean - nothing. No eggs, no tomatoes, no meat.
Only unhealthy food I can't afford to squeeze in.
posted 28 Oct 2008, 16:10
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