twigsfive
Joined August 2007
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Following
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Weight History

Start Weight
175.0 lb
Lost so far: 1.0 lb

Current Weight
174.0 lb
Performance: losing 0.8 lb a week

Goal Weight
135.0 lb
Still to go: 39.0 lb
Wife of Jim for 22 years
Mother of five-one married, three teenagers, and a 9 year old
Soon to be grandmother of Chase (December)
Nearly 42 years old and full-time college student
Born again Christian who really wants to see this area of my life under control

twigsfive's Weight History


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purple_butterfly
on diet Atkins
last weighin: losing 1.2 lb a week Down
   


twigsfive's Cookbook

cals: 286kcal | fat: 21.83g | carbs: 7.30g | prot: 16.29g
Almond Ricotta Creme
Sweetened ricotta and almonds makes for the perfect dessert or perhaps breakfast.
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twigsfive's Latest Posts

what is your favorite low carb fruit ??
I like to take berries, add a t. of splenda, puree them in a blender and put over the mock french toast (see kitchen part of site) A little whipped cream and you have relief from breakfast boredom. Perhaps not great for induction, but a permissible cheat when you just have to cheat.
posted 19 Sep 2007, 05:41
Can you afford to be skinny?
I made stuffed peppers the other day without the rice and they were just fine. I use the same stuffing for stuffed peppers and cabbage so I don't know why this wouldn't work with cabbage rolls. When I make my mix, I use a proportion of 2/3 hamburger, 1/3 sausage,and a little lo-carb spaghetti sauce. This mixture also work great for recipe on this site for lasagna using zucchini instead of noodles. I just make a big batch of the meat mix and freeze it in proportions then I can decide what to do with it for dinner on the day I take it out of the freezer.
Twigsfive
posted 08 Sep 2007, 15:01
Why has my weight loss stopped after the 3rd week? -- Explaining the Weight Loss Pattern on Atkins
I had a friend who used to work in a spa and she told me that sometimes your body pulls the fat, but it floats in the bloodstream for a few days until it is flushed out. Therefore, the scale is not going to relect the loss, though it has occurred. I think the key is plenty of water to get that fat flushed out of there.
posted 31 Aug 2007, 05:14
looking for a diet buddy with similar stats/goals
Hey, choth, you can count me in. I'm 5'1" and am about 183. I have tried this before. I believe everytime I try, I get a little closer to the truth about how to win this battle. I believe the same for you. Let's battle the blaze together and pray for God to shift the wind and send the rain on our behalf.
posted 27 Aug 2007, 19:24
BusinessWeek: It's Best to Weigh Yourself Every Day!
I think I'm going to put my scales in the shed and weigh once a week. I, too, get too discouraged during the fluctuations. The scales should not be our only measure of what is happening in our bodies. I totally disagree with weighing daily unless perhaps you are not overweight and it serves as a deterrent.
posted 26 Aug 2007, 14:56
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