I admit I rarely post anymore and my life has pretty much returned to a normal pattern. I eat fairly normally now and my weight is stable at goal.
I have been thrilled overall but all of a sudden out of nowhere week before last I ended up with
I've lost a 100% of my excess weight and am right now am ten pounds or so below my own personal goal and twenty five pounds below my dr's goal. So needless to say in pretty proud of myself. There is a person in my life who has always been very fit and
So I finally reached my goal weight and even have about ten pounds of wiggle room. I really am at a point I don't want to lose anymore weight. However I don't really want to add in any more calories to my diet either. So far I have been eating very ver
So like most people I was curious about what my body fat percentage was. I wasn't sure what method to use so during the course of my journey I tried a couple of different ones and figured I would average the results. I have a tanita scale (not sure I g
So I am so very excited! I finally got to my last and final goal of 115 pounds (that includes wiggle room for 10 pounds of possible future bounce back weight just in case) I had begun to think I wasn't going to make it to the 115 pound mark because I
I'm approx 16 months out and ALL I ever hear from anybody when I see them is how I need to stop losing weight and that I'm so thin it's unattractive.
First off I do want to say I'm not actually too thin my BMI is 22.5 right in the middle of the
I'm almost 16 months out and so far (knock on wood) I lost the weight I wanted to and my body just seemed to settle down to almost exactly where I wanted to end up anyhow. I was overall a light weight and therefore got pretty close to my goal really qu
So I'm a little over 15 months out and for the most part everything is pretty peachy in my life these days. I was just curious am I the only one out there that struggles with more head hunger after dense proteins than other foods?
I am not eat
As of right now I am ten pounds from my goal weight of 115. I'm only just barely over five foot tall and very small framed so both what I am now and the 115 fall within a normal healthy BMI. The problem I'm having is anytime I drop below the 125 I'm at
I had my RNY 15 months ago and have dropped almost a hundred pounds counting my pre-op diet. I went from a size 20-22 women's to a juniors size 3.
I have been with an incrediblely wonderful man now for the last four months. Everything is great