Still no weight loss after diet change
No starches, no grains, no fruits, no sugar - even naturals. And the loss is slow. It takes time for the body adjust.
check this forum - group for idea what people eat and how they trying to get back on track.
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on 8/15/12 10:10 am
Twenty six pounds is a large amount of weight to loss. You will be doing great if you can do it in 26 weeks. That is six months. It seems like a long time, but that is how our bodies work. Especially after surgery, it is important to realize that weight loss is really slow and really difficult. Set small and reachable goals.
Weigh yourself every single day and record the weight. At the end of the week add up all your numbers and divide by the number of times you weighed. That is your average weight for the week. Try to get the weekly average to go down by one pound every week. Track your food, your water, your calories, protein, sugars, etc at one of the free sites and/or on a cellphone app. Track your exercise.
You would be an excellent candidate for Weigh****chers. The meetings will give you great ideas and the weekly weighing will keep you accountable.
A pound a week may seem too slow, but what you are doing now is not working. Go for a sensible and enjoyable experience. If you get started today, you can be at your goal by next Valentine's Day. If you lose faster, you might get to see 164 for Christmas or even sooner. The hardest part is getting started. I found that Weigh****chers was just what I needed when my weight went up and nothing else was helping.
Dave Chambers, 6'3" tall, 365 before RNY, 185 low, 200 currently. My profile page: product reviews, tips for your journey, hi protein snacks, hi potency delicious green tea, and personal web site.
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