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    Join Date
    2nd March, 2014
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    Diet: calorie counting

    no reversing this time

    I thought I would do a diary to try and help with losing this weight again.

    I lost a lot of weight with Cambridge but have put it all but 2lb back over the last two years...and lost my gallbladder! Its quite depressing seeking all your hard work unravelling in front of you. But this journey has made me realise that there aren't any quick fixes (well for me anyway) and I need something that I can carry on for the rest of my life.

    This is why I've decided to follow calorie Counting. I've now done a week and lost 6lb. But I know that this is just first week loss. I am realistic that it will be a longer journey but hopefully a better one in the long term for me.

    My first week experience is positive. I am enjoying using MFP so much! For the first time doing a diet I don't feel hungry or deprived. I so hope that this is the way to go for me.

    My goals

    Decided to have a mix of weight and personal goals. Key ones are:

    Get back to 16 stone something (I'm 5 11 tall)
    Get back into my size 16 jeans that I was wearing only a month ago!
    Get back to under 16 stone
    Get into 14 dress I have that I wore last time when I was 15 stone 7
    Re-do couch to 5k
    Get back to 14 stone something
    Get back to my size 14 jeans
    Get back to under 14 stone
    Get back to 13 stone 7 and fit into some lovely Joules stuff I have
    Get to healthy BMI which for me is around 13 stone
    Get to a point where I am lighter than my husband!
    Goal is around 12 stone

    So here we go. Straight path ahead, may hit some bumps but no reversing allowed this time!
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    4th June, 2014
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    Keep up the good work. 6lb is a great for first week. I am alsp calorie counting and averaging a lb a week but it doesn't feel like I'm on a diet as its a life style change. Fed up of doing crash diets losing loads of weight and then putting it all back on plus more.

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    Im always here!
    half century

    Join Date
    14th January, 2011
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    Diet: calorie counting and 5:2 from 18/06/14
    Height: 5ft7in
    Start Date: 18/06/2014
    Start Weight: 336lb
    Current Weight: 280lb
    Goal Weight: 196lb
    Goal Date: whenever it happens

    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 52.6
    Current BMI: 43.8
    Goal BMI: 30.7

    Total Weight Loss: 56lb
    Weight to Lose: 84lb
    % Lost 16.67%
    I am same as you have just recently realised that there is no quick fixes. It's only taking me all my life :/ . Well done on your first weeks loss. That's fantastic. X

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    Looking for Slimville!

    Join Date
    24th September, 2006
    Hamilton, South Lanarkshire.
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    Diet: Slimming World
    Height: 5ft3in
    Start Date: 04/09/2012
    Start Weight: 14st4lb
    Current Weight: 9st12lb
    Goal Weight: 9st12lb
    Goal Date: As long as it takes!

    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 35.4
    Current BMI: 24.4
    Goal BMI: 24.4

    Total Weight Loss: 4st6lb
    % Lost 31%
    I'm an ex-Cambridge girl! Put it all back on and then some to boot . Your mini-goals are all very sensible and achievable - just stick with it, you CAN do this!

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    2nd June, 2014
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    Congratulations with such a good loss! Great job! Thats very right that you made this list of goals - more motivation) You seem to have right attitude to dieting and it will help you to keep going and do not lose your motivation in future! wish you good luck!!

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    Join Date
    31st March, 2012
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    Diet: WW
    Height: 5ft6.5in
    Start Date: 16/05/2015
    Start Weight: 19st3lb
    No quick fixes... I am learning this at last! Why are they so tempting though?!

    I am starting calorie counting Monday, finishing a 3 week experiment plan first.

    Good luck to you

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