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  1. methenie

    methenie methenie from london.

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    :wave_cry: hi everyone..

    Now 2 weeks and i did lost only 2 pounds...what happen..:(

    i drink 6L water each day..
    i do my diet normaly .

    and now my scale doesnt move ..

    im sad because lot of effort and money for no resault no more at all..:break_diet: .....

    now i dont know .. since now 1 month my weight lost is not good.

    why?

    im now sad

    nell.
     
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  3. gaijingirl

    gaijingirl has lying hips

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    Hey Methenie - I'm the same - I only lost 0.5lbs at the last weigh in two weeks ago and only a couple of pounds the previous weeks - 4.5lbs in a month I think it was (rather than at least 3lbs a week before). I think it's just because, like you, I've already lost quite a bit and my body it naturally slowing down and hanging on to the last bits. BUT - what more can we do? Nothing!! We just have to carry on and eventually it will come off - sometimes slowly, but sometimes I think there will be larger losses... it's just a plateau that we have to wait to turn into a downhill slalom!!

    Last week I didn't look at my losses and I might not do this week either. It has helped me to stop focusing on the numbers on the scale - I know I'm sticking to it, I know I will be losing weight one way or another!

    The only other alternative is to stop and not get to where I'm going and, most likely, put weight on.

    You're doing brilliantly - don't let a month's slow losses get you down! :)
     
  4. Lilypad

    Lilypad Full Member

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    Wise words from gaijingirl, Nell. Stick with it, the weight has to come off. Have you tried being a little bit more physically active, no idea what you are doing at the moment, but just a 10-15 minute walk might help. Hope that doesn't sound rude :)
    good luck, stick with it!
    kate
     
  5. MadamDotty

    MadamDotty Back again!

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    Hi Methenie, it is tough when those scales slow down, but as already said, if you're sticking to the diet, you will lose weight, you have to and it will come off. What about your measurements or your clothes, can you see a difference? Sometimes our bodies retain water for about a hundred different reasons and so our weight loss doesn't show on the scales, but stick with it and it will happen.
     
  6. magickmel

    magickmel Loves VLCD's !

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    Agree, the weight doesn't come off in the ideal 3.5 pounds a week. There can be a low loss one week and a good one the next. It will iron out. Don't be despondent or you might end up eating and it isn't worth it. Know that doing a VLCD is the fastest way of losing weight so you can't be doing anything better !
     
  7. Petal01

    Petal01 Still Climbing That Hill!

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    Hi Methenie, im sorry you feel so sad i cant really offer any more than what's already been said but please do stick with it i promise you it will be worth it in the end.

    take care
     
  8. methenie

    methenie methenie from london.

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    thanks everyone ..for your support.

    i keep doing and i will see... yes you are right this diet keep me to not put in weight and ..next week i hope ..

    thanks


    nell.
     
  9. blitz

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    Keep going and Im sure that shortly the weight will start to drop again
     
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