Joined June 2013
Weight History

Start Weight
236.1 lb
Lost so far: 46.7 lb

Current Weight
189.4 lb
Performance: losing 2.8 lb a week

Goal Weight
165.3 lb
Still to go: 24.0 lb
i'm a thirty something expat who got a little too "comfortable" with life. i am now attempting to turn that around and make good lifestyle choices!

qapl's Weight History

qapl's Latest Member Challenges

  Simply Sassy Summer
status: Completed
ended: 18 Jul 16
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  New Year, New Start
status: Completed
ended: 15 Feb 16
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last weighin: losing 0.5 lb a week Down
last weighin: gaining 0.3 lb a week Up
last weighin: gaining 0.6 lb a week Up

qapl's Cookbook

cals: 118kcal | fat: 0.96g | carbs: 27.25g | prot: 3.50g
Chocolate Banana Souffles
These are little bowls of heaven, so creamy and rich.
cals: 123kcal | fat: 2.45g | carbs: 22.92g | prot: 2.53g
Zesty Lemon Bars
A zesty lemon square on a shortbread type crust with reduced amounts of butter and sugar to reduce the calories.
cals: 315kcal | fat: 28.27g | carbs: 4.72g | prot: 11.25g
Cheesecake Pancakes
An excellent low carb substitute for pancakes.
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qapl's Latest Posts

What time of day to weigh
i also think the repeated weigh and take the mean is the best way. i weigh myself every day but only record a couple of times a week. i always try to weigh myself around the same time and without clothes and do 5 times and take the mean i think this has given me the most consistent results and kind of cancels out any varaitions due to inaccurate scales and different clothes. Find something that works for you and keep it consistent
Consistency is the key Smile
posted 17 Feb 2014, 05:46
Does my weight have to show on top of screen
change it to Kilograms (97.98kgs) it always makes you feel better!!!
posted 14 Aug 2013, 05:53
Calories In-Calories Out approach...will it work for me?
wow this is truely a great thread the amount of info available for us newbies is fab Very Happy

So i have another question to the CICO "seniors" FS calculates my RDI to 2000 calories which as i understand includes the 500 deficite required for gradual weight loss. This seems really high to me Doubt when i do the calculation on a number of other sites i get an RDI of anywhere between 1604 and 2320!!!! when i calculated by BMR at my current stats this is much more concistent 1750 - 1773 so i am a little confused as to what i should set my RDI to be any clues on understanding the difference.......
posted 09 Aug 2013, 03:36
Calories In-Calories Out approach...will it work for me?
ok i am also new on this journey and have a question to either ekatherine or Kingkeld. You both speak about an eating window (6-8hours) what do you think the actual importance or role this plays in the journey? if i go by the absolute basics of CICO as i understand it then as long as i have more CO than CI then i should be good. Therefore when i have CI should not make a difference right?
posted 08 Aug 2013, 08:55
Eat something unhealthy in my calorie limit?
kingkeld wrote:
My dad always said "Never argue with an idiot. They'll bring you down to their level and beat you with experience". You work out wether this pertains to you or me.

KINGKELD YOU ARE A LEGENDExclamation Exclamation Exclamation
posted 07 Aug 2013, 01:10
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