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Week 9 results are in .....

#1
Hey everyone
I normally post results on the 100% forum, but cant this week as it involves FOOD! Ive lost 2.8lbs as my results show below I have been between the devil and angel! yesterday we went out for tea and I ordered a chicken burger with mushrooms (was just a fillet not coated with anything) and left the chips and bun so was proud of myself in that respect but peed off that i cant stay 100% like I did the first time.

But have told OH we cant go out for tea again next week cos I want a totally 100% week this week so dont get further behind in my plan as Im currently 7lbs behind where I wanted to be right now.

I love this diet so much when its working and the weight comes off so quickly but I hate the way it infringes on normal family life.

Hope you all okay and having a good day and good weeks!
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icemoose

The Diet Guy
#2
Hiya :)

Well done on your losses! You are going in the right direction and that is great.

Remember that although the diet does mean you can't "eat" normally it doesn't stop you in anyway being with friends and family and enjoying them.

Go for it

Mike
 

curlywurly1234

Cambridge Consultant
#3
Hey..
I think 2.8 is a fab loss especially as you did go out and enjoy yourself.. I have found myself only losing 2 pounds some weeks and thats with not having anything!!!

You are doing so well.... keep it up xx
 
#4
thanks to both of you it is helping to stay motivated today - have just been to make a hot choc orange- scrummy.

I know I shouldnt moan at 2lbs I suppose it is always the same whichever amount you lose you always want more!

I admire you curly for sticking at it with no cheating.

I find if we socialise with the family it is so much easier as we are going to my mums on monday for roast dinner but I will take my stuff with me so that will be fine its when me and OH and kids go out for tea its difficult cos my daughter is 7 1/2 and is at such an impressionable age.

At home she accepts mum is having her hot chocolate with all its vitamins in to make her healthy and to stop her rash coming back (had horrendous urticaria last year) but when I left the chips and bun last night she said mummy arent you hungry so I said do you know what Im full up now so she turned round and said so am I and she had only eated 1/4 of her meal and she always clears her plate.

any advice gratefully received as to how to handle my daughter as I desperately dont want to her to start to have a crap relationship with food like I have and at the moment she hasnt and we dont talk diets etc at home at all.

Its times like this I get so mad with myself for only being a few pounds from goal last time and putting it back on as it was so much easier as she was only 3 and now we wouldnt be in this situation!

unfortunately PMT isnt helpin!
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abz

Gold Member
#6
well done babes!!

i can't help you with your daughter but i know that there have been a lot of posts about this in the past. have a search and see what you can find :)

abz xx
 
#7
thanks abz and good luck with your restart as you know the first few days are cr*p, but you will look stunning on your big day - wish I had done it for mine. I look forward to hearing about your losses xxx
 

Lexie_dog

UNLEASHING THE BEAST!
#8
Alternatively is it possible you daughter only clears her plate because everyone else does too, and now she sees other people stopping when full she is doing the same? Just a thought. Does she ask for food when she's hungry normally? I don't have kids but have no other advice, sorry.

Well done on your almost 3lbs though!
 

Purple Hugs

Loves weight.. training!
#9
congrats on your weight loss this week.. and in total!! :D
 
#10
Alternatively is it possible you daughter only clears her plate because everyone else does too, and now she sees other people stopping when full she is doing the same? Just a thought. Does she ask for food when she's hungry normally? I don't have kids but have no other advice, sorry.

Well done on your almost 3lbs though!

thanks for the thought I hadnt thought of it that way. I suppose its the age old chesnut of everyone has to finish whats on their plate or its a waste. She does tend to ask for food if she is bored and if she is occupied she doesnt even mention food. so i think the alarm bells rang when she did the same as me yesterday cos Im like that.
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hugybear

Silver Member
#12
jessica, I have a daughter who is 12 and have real concerns for her weight as she has ceoliac (wheat intolerance) and is very restricted to what she can eat anyway, whilst at the dietians for her the other day i was told that she was on the lower end of the underweight bracket for her height and age, it is difficult to get the balance right as i dont want to go on at her to eat, and she also sees me not eating real food, i have set her down and explained about how my weight went on and that was why i now have to diet, i came from a generation where you did not leave the table until your plate was empty, and you always had a pudding, I now dont mention about how she eats i have told her that if she is full she does not have to finish what she has, however i have put her on omega 3 tablets just to make sure she is getting her vitamins, dont worry about your daughter you are relearning good habits and she will learn them from you, just like we learnt bad habits from our parents. hope this helps
 
#13
jessica, I have a daughter who is 12 and have real concerns for her weight as she has ceoliac (wheat intolerance) and is very restricted to what she can eat anyway, whilst at the dietians for her the other day i was told that she was on the lower end of the underweight bracket for her height and age, it is difficult to get the balance right as i dont want to go on at her to eat, and she also sees me not eating real food, i have set her down and explained about how my weight went on and that was why i now have to diet, i came from a generation where you did not leave the table until your plate was empty, and you always had a pudding, I now dont mention about how she eats i have told her that if she is full she does not have to finish what she has, however i have put her on omega 3 tablets just to make sure she is getting her vitamins, dont worry about your daughter you are relearning good habits and she will learn them from you, just like we learnt bad habits from our parents. hope this helps
Thanks hugybear that does help alot and it must be a worry for you with your daughter having coeliacs. I cant imagine how difficult her diet would be.

The only other worry is I need to 'retrain' her mindset of her saying 'If I dont finish it do I still get pudding!'

She would happily eat cr*p and snack all day which worries me I think so much as shes is SOOO like me and I dont want her to end up like me in 20 years time always on a soddin diet and feeling deprived if she can't have 'treats'.
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