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~Lady Lithia~ 200 lbs lost!
March 9, 2011 - Coccygectomy!
I chased my dreams, and my dreams, they caught me!
HW: 311 SW:264 (size 24) CW: 174 (size 14) Surgeon's Goal: 176 My GW: 149
Weight Loss Month 1: 20 pounds! Weight Loss Month 2: 17 pounds!
Weight Loss Month 3: 12 pounds! Weight Loss Month 4: 10 pounds!
Weight Loss Month 5: 12 pounds! Weight Loss Month 6: 6 pounds!
Weight Loss Month 7: 6 pounds! Weight Loss Month 8:
25 pound to my goal!
My meal schedule looks similar to those described already. Yes, almost every meal or snack I have has a significant amount of protein. I am very sensitive to carbs and sugar so I MUST eat protein if I have any carbs to kind of slow the carb absorption. I keep a stash of food at work for lunch and snacks. I usually have several protein bars in my desk. I also keep cottage cheese, Carbmaster yogurt, and/or boiled eggs on hand in the office fridge (I would bring them daily in a lunch box if the fridge were not available). I eat in restaurants several times a week. Generally, I get a meaty soup like chicken tortilla or chili and pick out the protein, or a salad with chicken or shrimp and pick the meat out and eat a small bit of the other stuff. Early out, I would stick to soup because people tend not to notice/comment how little I am eating with soup. I also order water when I sit down and just don't drink any more after I have placed my food order (no drinking with meals!). That keeps away any questions.