jm216 wrote: »
We were talking about protein earlier. My husband found these great protein shakes. No, I’m not getting paid for this. 🤑 I actually like the vanilla ones better.. but we’re out of those.
I use them at work when I start to get snacky a few hours after lunch. They’re filling and protein packed. Kroger stocks them, but they’re cheaper on Amazon.
This is what is working for me... along with low sodium V-8 juice...again...not getting 💰...just sharing successes. I drink my V-8 on my 45 minute commute home....which is a filling and veggie full drink.
kristingjertsen wrote: »
I am not cooking tofu or brussels sprouts--think fish, chicken, small portions of red meat, vegetable side or a salad with oil and vinegar, fruit for dessert or snacks, a whole grain like polenta or rice, corn on the cob, or a baked potato and carrots. Unsweetened tea or water with lemon or lime, no soda (which they drink daily), and I do some baking (challah bread, banana bread, cookies but a small loaf or enough cookies for everyone to have 2 or possibly 3).
FABRICWOMAN wrote: »
OMG - I haven't signed in for 4 weeks! Here I go
Starting weight 6/17/20: 319
Weight as of today: 286
Total Weight Loss: 33
1st goal: 200 lbs.
2nd goal: 175 lbs.
3rd goal: 150 lbs.
final goal: 135-140 lbs.
This weeks successes:
-Friend asked me to bake her some anise pizelles that she could take to her parent who are in a nursing home. I only ate one that was counted and recorded in MFP daily food diary.
-40 straight days logging into MFP
This weeks challenges:
-Putting up with the doubters who think "oh another diet, she won't last long". Actually had someone say this out loud. That is why only 2 people and you my fellow friends are privy to my continued attempt to a healthy lifestyle.
-Preparing to go on vacation at the end of September, and stay on course with my new healthy life style. I have been doing intermittent fasting for the past two months, and quite enjoy it.
Good luck this week to everyone. Stay healthy, safe and here's seeing less of you all!
cpnknight wrote: »
It's Weights & Measures day.
Time to see how the month has panned out, time to set new goals for the coming month...
First the bad news. I gained 1 lb this week, but seeing that this week included a little holiday time, I am not too disappointed by the result.
Now for the monthly stats for August...Weight
Was 335.6 lbs is now 327 lbs.... A loss of 8.6 lbs this month
Neck was 48 cm, is now 49 cm
Waist was 136 cm, is now 134 cm
Chest was 138.5 cm, is now 136 cm
BMI was 41.6, is now 40.6
So in conclusion;
My goals for August were to
Lose 7 lbs..................Success
Elliptic, 20 miles........Failed
Water, 3 pints a day...Failed (unless you count tea, then it is pretty close)September Goals
Lose 8 lbs
Eliptic 20 miles
BMI to be below 40
daydrem_dw wrote: »
Sunday reality check.
Last week: 202.8
1.2 lbs lost
I'm happy with the small loss but know I can do better. I walked more and was purposeful in getting in more activity in small bits when I thought of it. However, I let my food intake be swayed by what was readily available instead of making the effort to turn them into better, healthier plates. Good example: hubby grilled steak and served with pasta salad, which I ate in moderation and added sliced tomato and cukes to round out my meal. Bad example: hubby made pizza and served with chips, which I ate as my full meal (I could have had 1 slice and a salad with a few chips to satisfy the salty crunch craving). Still struggling with getting in the water.
Focus for this week: keep working on getting in DAILY walks, increase water intake, make those meal adjustments!
Take care all!
kristingjertsen wrote: »
Skinny kid who got chunky as a self-conscious, exercise averse teenager. Lost the weight in the Army, gained some back after a miserable relationship fell apart, married my pleasantly plump husband and cooked and ate our way to obesity. Adding kids to the mix made my weight go even higher. I hit 203, developed high blood pressure, and my doctor put me on BP meds. Hated the way they made me feel. She told me I could get off BP meds if I started eating better and introduced me to the DASH diet. I never looked back. From 203 to my current weight of 152 pounds. Still working on getting to a normal BMI with 7 pounds to go. I may try to lose 5 or 6 pounds more because I have had back surgery and anything that reduces pressure on my back and knees is a good thing. Only problem is that my husband, who now lives with extreme morbid obesity, asthma, and reflux disease is not happy at all with my new lifestyle of healthy eating and daily exercise. He doesn't like my cooking, eats out almost daily, and says he must since I "no longer cook for him or our son" (who is also overweight). If anyone here has lived that reality and found a solution, please share your knowledge.
dew11252 wrote: »
I need any success. I am a master at starting and no good at continuing.
I don't have a good reason.
I'm retired four years now. Still about the same weight.
I need both knees replaced, but no pain on the elliptical.
I have an elliptical at home, and Silver Sneakers gets me in free to YMCA, Concord physical therapy - both within 5 miles from home. Oh... I have a weight machine in the basement.
I don't log my food regularly.
I was on track early this year... lost 19 lbs. Gained every bit back since April.
Mmoore2364 wrote: »
So late for Sunday check in! I was down 2 lbs! I also do measurements once a month and I was down a total of 1.75 inches across the 7 places I measure, so that was a nice non scale win 😊
ninerbuff wrote: »
I started at 218lbs on March 17th. Just today hit under 180. Been awhile at that weight. And I'm 56.A.C.E. Certified Personal and Group Fitness TrainerIDEA Fitness memberKickboxing Certified InstructorBeen in fitness for 30 years and have studied kinesiology and nutrition
dew11252 wrote: »
Thanks for the support.
I have a good outlook today and looking forward to a good day.
ZhivagosGirl wrote: »
Got room for a 300+? I still cringe when I say that. I can't believe that I'm here. Seems like I was just at 230 and in what seems like an instant it's flying fast in the rear view mirror. So here I am, starting over - again. A week removed from my highest weight ever. I'll be 52 in 2 weeks and I know things will only get more difficult the older I get so I've got to get this weight off now.
Starting weight 9/1/20: 324
Goal weight - under 200 (-125 lbs)
Weight as of today 9/9/20: 319.8
Total Weight Loss: 4.2 lbs
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