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    21st February, 2014
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    Cheshire
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    Diet: Slimming World
    Height: 5ft7in
    Start Date: 09/05/14
    Start Weight: 13st5lb
    Current Weight: 13st5lb
    Goal Weight: 9st9lb
    Goal Date: 20/08/2014


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 29.3
    Current BMI: 29.3
    Goal BMI: 21.1


    Statistics:
    Weight to Lose: 3st10lb
    % Lost 0%

    Smile First week

    Any tips? I'm just researching and shopping and I'm starting slimming world as soon as I'm organised

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    Join Date
    28th December, 2013
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    Diet: Slimming World
    Height: 5ft4in
    Start Date: 9th January 2014
    Start Weight: 14st2lb
    Current Weight: 13st13lb
    Goal Weight: 10st12lb
    Goal Date: September 2014


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 34
    Current BMI: 33.5
    Goal BMI: 26.1


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 0st3lb
    Weight to Lose: 3st1lb
    % Lost 1.52%
    Hi and welcome!

    There's loads of good tips and advice on here so just have a look around, you'll be hooked in no time!

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    Height: 6ft1in
    Start Date: 17/1/14
    Start Weight: 27st4lb
    Current Weight: 22st1lb
    Goal Weight: 16st0lb


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 50.4
    Current BMI: 40.8
    Goal BMI: 29.6


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 5st3lb
    Weight to Lose: 6st1lb
    % Lost 19.11%
    My top tip would be to do some exercise along with whatever you are doing food wise (even if it's only walking like myself). The main benefit is the obvious one of burning more calories, but the second benefit for me is that if I've done a big walk I am much less likely to cheat with my food as I know how hard I've had to work to burn the calories and don't want to undo all of that hard work for the sake of a few minutes of eating.

    The more exercise you do the easier it is and the more you actually want to do it. Exercising releases chemicals in your brain that make you feel good, and in one month I've gone from being a total couch potato and the laziest person I've ever known to someone that feels a bit edgy, or as if I've missed out on something if I haven't been for my long walk. A walk that I first did around 3 weeks ago (6.4 miles) left me so stiff and aching that I could hardly walk for about 5 days after it. Today I've just done 7.8 miles and after a nice hot bath I feel fine and will be back out tomorrow.

    other than that I'd say drink plenty of water or at least stop drinking fizzy pop if you drink much of it. Also I've cut bread out completely from maybe 8 slices a day. Look at how many calories are in everything you eat and you will soon realise lots of foods aren't worth it in terms of how much of your daily calories they take up
    Last edited by Big_Ben : 8th March, 2014 at 02:16 PM





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