Joined March 2015
Weight History

Start Weight
155.0 lb
Lost so far: 21.5 lb

Current Weight
133.5 lb
Performance: losing 1.0 lb a week

Goal Weight
130.0 lb
Still to go: 3.5 lb

syndi55's Weight History


Sugar Waffle
last weighin: losing 3.5 lb a week Down
last weighin: gaining 2.0 lb a week Up
last weighin: losing 4.2 lb a week Down
last weighin: losing 1.2 lb a week Down

syndi55's Cookbook

cals: 518kcal | fat: 38.36g | carbs: 8.29g | prot: 34.16g
Cheesy Enchiladas
Low-carb enchiladas.
cals: 40kcal | fat: 3.20g | carbs: 0.40g | prot: 2.40g
Nacho Cheese Crackers
A microwaveable cheesy type cracker that is low carb and tastes great.
cals: 369kcal | fat: 33.29g | carbs: 4.51g | prot: 9.00g
New York Cheesecake
A delicious low carb version of a thick cheesecake.
cals: 88kcal | fat: 8.57g | carbs: 0.94g | prot: 0.62g
Butter Pecan Brittle
Sugar free delicious brittle.
cals: 253kcal | fat: 21.00g | carbs: 3.55g | prot: 12.82g
Cheese Blintz
A low carb, high protein cheese blintz.
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syndi55's Latest Posts

Happy dance, Happy dance
I appreciate the list SandraALCF, I do now own the new atkins made easy book and it has the list and things to add as you leave induction and begin to go through all stages of your journey for a better you.
If you don't own a copy I would recommend it for anyone who is low carb.
thank you for your support and being thoughtful to post that list.
many who don't know the acceptable foods can click on it and find out more about low carb.
Plus I do like that it seems to have tons of topics to read about on low carb on the site. I will do some research there also because as we all know knowledge is key.
posted 22 Mar 2015, 15:34
Happy dance, Happy dance
Also any good induction type veggie meals for me to use? I would like ones you really enjoy, thanks again for every ones support through my journey.
posted 16 Mar 2015, 17:27
Happy dance, Happy dance
Thank you mummydee your absolutely right, Ive been doing sme research and Ive been looking at my intake for the last few wks and I notice the same thing but didn't eat meat at all my protein was through eggs,cheese yesterday had salads too.
I bought the new atkins made east book and it is full of great information, it has me really checking into the right way to live atkins. for life, I do so love veggies and cant wait until the farm stands open up omg a sun ripen tomato is a fav of mine.
Thanks again, you know you really get such great advise and support on fs that's why I just love being on it.
posted 16 Mar 2015, 16:08
Happy dance, Happy dance
Began my induction challenge Monday March 9th I challenged myself to committing to the induction phase for a week,
Well, its been a week and Im glad to report Ive now lost a total of 2 1/2 inches in my waist, 2 inches in my hips and thighs.
Now the measurement stats are from when I began over 2 weeks ago they are not stats since my induction challenge which I began last Monday.
But now my weigh in when I began induction was 152, and now Im so happy to report my weigh in as of today is.....148.5
Happy dance! Happy dance! a total of 3.5 lbs in a week,
yep Ill take that.
Im aware that its induction and that the loss can be a little more drastic during that time, but bring it on.
Second week of my induction challenge begins today.
posted 16 Mar 2015, 13:02
2nd day of induction challenge
Ive been on low carb for several years and I usually don't gain unless I go completely off it as I usually do the holiday months then Im back in the saddle with my low carb.
I have always incorporate some kind of exercise routine Ive just been a little lazy lately
Exercise strengthens me for my nursing job and when I don't I can tell at the end of 12 hrs.
Ive never had any problem with losing weight and exercising before with the Atkins program so I know I will be fine, thanks though for your concern.
posted 10 Mar 2015, 19:33
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