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I dont know what i am doing wrong?
Hi, i joined SW over 2 wks ago now. I lost 2.5lbs in week one and only 0.5lbs in week 2. I am sticking to the diet. My HA is Milk and HB is fruit and fibre cereal or wholemeal toast(only 1slice).
I am eating loads of fruit and veg and i am only ever use a max of 6-8 syns a day.
Even my consultant is baffled by it. She said my food diary is perfect and i also walk alot.
Can any one throw any light on this for me? Or has anyone experienced this before?
Have you much weight to lose? If you've a few stone to lose they are quite small losses, but if you only want to lose a stone or so they aren't bad numbers.
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Diet: Slimming World
Start Date: 9th January 2014
Start Weight: 14st2lb
Current Weight: 13st13lb
Goal Weight: 10st12lb
Goal Date: September 2014
Start BMI: 34
Current BMI: 33.5
Goal BMI: 26.1
Total Weight Loss: 0st3lb
Weight to Lose: 3st1lb
% Lost 1.52%
Agree it would be really helpful to know your stats. If you have a lot to lose, you might actually not be eating enough! If not much to lose, 3lb in two weeks is very good.
I lose 3lb in my first fortnight too and it has continued at about that rate which really does add up quickly.
Also 2.5lb in the first week is a good loss; it could be just a blip in week two, such as water retention (hormonal if you're a lady or to do with exercise, salt consumption etc).
Made it to target after nearly ten months on Slimming World and now working to maintain a super healthy lifestyle.
(Not complaining if I lose a little more but the next goal is to get fit and be happy!)
My maintenance diary: http://www.minimins.com/slimming-wor...t-my-life.html
You've done all the right things. Keep it up and the losses will show. I wonder if you're eating or drinking a lot on weigh-in day? If so then food weight may be masking fat loss. Don't fret too much!
You have lost 3 lbs in 2 weeks that is fab! Don't be disheartened by 0.5lb loss, have a look and the pictures of 1lb of fat and imagine half of that stuck to your leg! It's always best to look at your weight loss over time, hormones play a big part in weight fluctuations. Think how you would feel if you'd Put half on! x
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