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Thread: 45&Fat, Dukan diet newbie

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    Join Date
    28th January, 2013
    Rep Power
    Diet: Dukan
    Height: 5ft5in
    Start Date: 29/01/2013
    Start Weight: 14st9.0lb
    Current Weight: 14st9.0lb
    Goal Weight: 10st0lb
    Goal Date: 28/01/2014

    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 34.1
    Current BMI: 34.1
    Goal BMI: 23.3

    Weight to Lose: 4st9lb
    % Lost 0%

    45&Fat, Dukan diet newbie

    My username says it all really... 45&Fat.
    This is the first time I have admitted to either!
    Even that is not entirely truthful, obese would be more accurate.
    I weighed myself for the first time today in almost a year, 14 stone 9lbs....
    Started putting on weight when I was 40, but almost another two stone in the last 2 years.
    I realised today that I have another 20 years before I can retire, and have the choice whether I do that fat and unhappy or slimmer and confident. Whether I can get back to nice tailored clothes, or stick with big, black, baggy clothes that keep me invisible.
    I am starting the Dukan diet tomorrow. Tesco delivery expected at 9am, hard boiled eggs ready for the morning.
    Excited, scared, afraid of failing.

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    Join Date
    28th January, 2013
    Rep Power
    Diet: Calorie Controlled
    Height: 5ft6in
    Start Date: 09/10/11
    Start Weight: 21st1lb
    Current Weight: 14st11lb
    Goal Weight: 10st0lb

    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 47.6
    Current BMI: 33.4
    Goal BMI: 22.6

    Total Weight Loss: 6st4lb
    Weight to Lose: 4st11lb
    % Lost 29.83%
    Hello. I too am fat. It took me a very long to time to admit it to myself but I got there in the end. Over the years the weight just piled on and on until bits of me just hurt from all the extra weight. However it was an argument with my hubby the day before our wedding anniversary in 2011 that made me see myself for the first time in forever. I had become someone I didn't like and I was determined to do something about it. something just changed in me and before I knew it I was losing the weight. I found it easy because it was something I really wanted to do. I lost seven stone just through counting calories. It is amazing the number that are in certain foods and I never even knew it. I became obsessed and read the back of everything that I fed myself and my family. I let myself go mad this Christmas and ended up putting a stone back on, I figured I found it so easy to lose before Christmas then it would be easy to start again, but I am really struggling. There are so many temptations around but I have to start again for my health's sake.

    If you are really determined and serious it can be done and I think with the right motivation from the people on here we can all be winners in the end. Good luck with tomorrows delivery.
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