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    Diet: Exante
    Height: 5ft11in
    Start Date: 09.05.2014
    Start Weight: 18st3lb
    Current Weight: 18st3lb
    Goal Weight: 12st0lb
    Goal Date: 31.09.2014


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 35.6
    Current BMI: 35.6
    Goal BMI: 23.4


    Statistics:
    Weight to Lose: 6st3lb
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    I thought I was no more than 14 stone

    Hi all

    I was reading one of the threads that asked if anyone was going from 14 to 13 stone and thought I could join the group. I decided to weigh myself and to my surprise I wasn't 14 stone but 18.3 stone. I was astounded! 3 months ago I ruptured ligaments in my ankle and have been home on crutches. After much reflection I decided to order the exante packs immediately. I start day 1 tomorrow and do not plan to stop until I have lost the 6 stone. I must say I find the discussion and support very encouraging, except when there's talk about the intricate details of food. I know there's a calorie increase intermittently, but the detailed discussions about types of salad or the way the meats are cooked can create devastating memories in the conscientious abstainer. I want to circumvent any possibilities of failure, but although I find this community extremely supportive, I may drive myself potty visualising the food discussed. Maybe someone can help me rationalise this in my head. Maybe I won't be affected by it. Anyway I'm 18 stone going on 17. Bring on day 1.
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    I'm a conqueror...some things take longer!

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    Good luck for your first day, I found that once ketosis kicked most food thoughts subsided which is very liberating!but the site is a good distraction when you do. Don't worry about current weight, you will defo be in your next stone bracket very soon. X
    Goals for next 3 months:

    Lose a stone - achieved 22/4/2014
    Lose stone & a half- achieved 5/5/2014
    10% loss -achieved 19/05/2015
    Lose 2 stone ​- achieved 2/06/2014
    Lose 2 1/2 stone
    Lose 3 stone



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    Location
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    Diet: Exante
    Height: 5ft11in
    Start Date: 09.05.2014
    Start Weight: 18st3lb
    Current Weight: 18st3lb
    Goal Weight: 12st0lb
    Goal Date: 31.09.2014


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 35.6
    Current BMI: 35.6
    Goal BMI: 23.4


    Statistics:
    Weight to Lose: 6st3lb
    % Lost 0%
    Thank you Rosey38. I appreciate the helpful advice.

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    Start Weight: 16st10.2lb
    Current Weight: 16st2.6lb
    Goal Weight: 9st7lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 39
    Current BMI: 37.7
    Goal BMI: 22.1


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 0st7.6lb
    Weight to Lose: 6st9.6lb
    % Lost 3.25%
    I too am a food fantasist I think about food constantly. This doesn't change whether I am on a diet or not. I know what you mean about the posts on here and actually for me it doesn't change whether i am in Ketosis or not. I have gone onto WS for myself and have found that much easier just because I can employ all my energy into thinking about what I am going to have for my one meal. I plan it meticulously in my head! i think eventually when I can stop my head doing all this I will be back on TS in the mean time this works for me.





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