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    Stomach full, head hungry

    Does anyone else get like this? I know I can't be hungry, but mentally . Just finished a cup of herbal tea and sat chewing the inside of my mouth (a very bad habit of mine). Constantly thinking about food and what I can eat.

    Hey, power of posting - I am now not feeling so starving and the thought of eating more is making me feel a little ill
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    Diet: Harcombe
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    Start Date: 14/04/2014
    Start Weight: 13st12lb
    Current Weight: 12st4lb


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    Start BMI: 31.3
    Current BMI: 27.8


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    Total Weight Loss: 1st8lb
    % Lost 11.34%
    You are very disciplined I am teaching myself to leave the kitchen table (I appear to live in the kitchen, I may move my bed in ). Not feeling so hungry theses days, loving this diet.
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    Try chewing gum or drinking some water? I know it's hard.
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    Diet: Weight Watcher from 24/6/14 but will mix with SW & cal counting I think!
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    Start Date: 2 Jan 2014
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    Goal Date: In a reasonable timeframe but needs to be before my weak willpower runs out!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Suedefan View Post
    Does anyone else get like this? I know I can't be hungry, but mentally . Just finished a cup of herbal tea and sat chewing the inside of my mouth (a very bad habit of mine). Constantly thinking about food and what I can eat.

    Hey, power of posting - I am now not feeling so starving and the thought of eating more is making me feel a little ill
    Know exactly what u mean - I seem to live my life planning the next meal - having eaten it - planning next one etc etc!! I can't keep any high calorie food in the house - I even ask my hubby to take any 'treats' to work with him cos I can't be trusted not to scoff the lot in one go!

    Also agree that the power of posting is amazing - I've found things much easier since I joined here on Jan 2 tho' - long may it continue! Good luck to u on ur weight loss journey!

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    Diet: Harcombe
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    Current BMI: 27.8


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    Hi Updown, I think I must have found my ideal diet (Harcombe). I don't get hungry like I used to and don't spend most of the day thinking about food. I don't even worry so much about when we eat and if I'm busy, we all eat late, my children are perfectly capable of raiding the cupboards if they need a snack (plenty of fruit, nuts and seeds around for them).

    I have even missed meals and not worried, telling myself I will eat something on the plan later, rather than grab a chocolate bar on the go. I am loosing steadily (1lb a week), but having homemade treats, the occasional beer and lots of ice cream (it's been so hot here).

    Looks like you are doing well too, good luck, keep at it, hope it gets easier :-)
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    Diet: Weight Watcher from 24/6/14 but will mix with SW & cal counting I think!
    Height: 5ft2in
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    Start Weight: 12st11lb
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suedefan View Post
    Hi Updown, I think I must have found my ideal diet (Harcombe). I don't get hungry like I used to and don't spend most of the day thinking about food. I don't even worry so much about when we eat and if I'm busy, we all eat late, my children are perfectly capable of raiding the cupboards if they need a snack (plenty of fruit, nuts and seeds around for them).

    I have even missed meals and not worried, telling myself I will eat something on the plan later, rather than grab a chocolate bar on the go. I am loosing steadily (1lb a week), but having homemade treats, the occasional beer and lots of ice cream (it's been so hot here).

    Looks like you are doing well too, good luck, keep at it, hope it gets easier :-)
    Thanks - what is the Harcombe diet please - I've not heard of it.

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    Diet: Harcombe
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    Start Date: 14/04/2014
    Start Weight: 13st12lb
    Current Weight: 12st4lb


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    Current BMI: 27.8


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    Total Weight Loss: 1st8lb
    % Lost 11.34%
    I did a quick search on the internet, trying to find a diet that would suit me and I could live happily with. I came across an article explaining that their are 3 reasons why we gain weight. The first 5 days of the diet (phase 1) takes care of that and phase 2 allows you to eat a more varied diet. Basically it is back to eating real food, whole food and not counting calories. I eat plenty of meat, cream, eggs and cook with butter. I am really enjoying the food and when I don't quite stick to plan, it's usually still with good healthy home baking, rather than processed rubbish. I feel so much healthier and have a lot more energy than I did before I started - loving it
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    Diet: Weight Watcher from 24/6/14 but will mix with SW & cal counting I think!
    Height: 5ft2in
    Start Date: 2 Jan 2014
    Start Weight: 12st11lb
    Current Weight: 10st4.5lb
    Goal Date: In a reasonable timeframe but needs to be before my weak willpower runs out!


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 32.7
    Current BMI: 26.4


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    Total Weight Loss: 2st6.5lb
    % Lost 19.27%
    Sounds perfect - will have a look into that - well done on ur progress!
    RESTART WEIGHT = 12st 11 lbs

    PROGRESS
    Wk 1-4: -12.5lbs - really pleased!
    Wk 5-8: -3.75lbs - Mmm not so pleased!
    Wk 9-12
    : -8.5lbs - Sexpress been gr8 but sts the final wk
    Wk 13-16: -6.75lbs - still on Sexpress and did a wk on Kay's Soup challenge
    Wk 17-20: -3lbs - slow (but steady at least!)
    Wk 21-24: +5lbs - weeks 23 & 24 were mental binges had hypnotherapy in week 23 & now back on track - big relief
    Wk 25 -28: -5lbs - joined WW and did Kay's salad challenge for 2 weeks - mojo returned!

    TOTAL LOSS = 34.5 lbs

    GOALS ACHIEVED

    • lost 2 stone - get into 10s - exercise 5 x wk for 6 weeks x Club 10 award - get into my nice clothes that've have been stored away!! - walk 100 miles in small chunks (achieved 30 June 14)
    • exercise sessions to 30 mins x 5 a week for life!
    • to get to target
    • to maintain goal weight for 3 months
    • to walk another 100 miles in small chunks - walked 12 so far!!











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