I am going to loose 10LBs anyone want to join me?

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jewelrylady
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   Posted 3/2/2009 12:56 AM (GMT -7)   
I am going low carb starting on Mar 2nd.  I am not going all out like I have done in the past, I am just going to lose 10 LBS.  I need to lose alot more but I am sticking to 10 LBS.  I have low carbed before & can lose alot of weight really fast but I can put it on even faster when I go off the low carb.  First time I lost 25LBs, then gained 35.  Second time I lost 41 LBs & have now gained back over 55 LBs.  I am using the low carb to get myself off of sugar totally & into vegatables.  I love the food I can eat on a low carb diet & don't miss the sweets at all.  After I lose the 10 LBs I am going to add fruit back in & just try to eat healthy.  I think that will help me with some of my fatigue.  So, anyone who wants to join me in losing 10 LBs, that would be great.  We can see if we all can lose 10 LBS before Spring.  I know none of my summer clothes are going to fit me.  I will keep you posted on how I am doing.   Hugs, Denise

 I have:  Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, Holt-Oram Syndrome, nasal allergies, food allergies, depression, TMJ, anxiety

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   Posted 3/2/2009 4:33 AM (GMT -7)   
I'm with you Denise; it will be great to have the support. :-)   I really feel like some of my pain would improve (possibly in my knees and hips) if I lost weight.
 
I joined Weight Watchers a few weeks ago (I just do it online) and have lost about 4 lbs., but I had a rough week last week and gained back 1lb.  sad   (Food is my drug of choice).
 
My goal, like yours, is just 10 lbs.  I need to lose more, but that is a good, healthy start.  I tried the WW forum for support, but let's just say it was a little too harsh for my taste.
 
Good luck to all who join us! - Austen
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   Posted 3/2/2009 5:47 AM (GMT -7)   
dear Jewelry Lady: I would love to join you, only I don't know how. Can you post each day what you ate the day before for two or three days so I can get the gist of it. I have other food issues. I have a rather substantial goiter in my neck and swallowing bread for example is really difficult. Meat has to be almost pureed. Vegetables, well salads are fine but chunks of turnip stick in my throat. This could be really helpful. Thank-you.

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kmhayes
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   Posted 3/2/2009 6:02 AM (GMT -7)   
I WOULD LOVE TO JOIN!

I am a self-proclaimed nutrition know it all! a few tips..if anyone wants to know....

you don't have to cut out all "bad foods" just eat less. Women need carbs...not tons...but we need them, so don't get rid of them all together- calorie intake is important! keep a food diary- this is helpful...and just cut out a few hundred cals- it is also helpful to eat more often, smaller meals- it helps keep the metabolism going- protein helps you feel full longer ( nuts and peanut butter are great snacks) and make sure to still eat things with fat! if we don't eat fat, we won't feel satiated(sp?) and will crave more food.
and then...if possible...any excercise- even walking 2-3 times a week for as long as you feel up to is a HUGE help.


most of all- in order to keep weight off- you can't diet. it needs to be a lifestyle change. don't cut out things you really love...just have smaller portions...and make sure to change your eating habits in a way that you feel like you can stick with forever.

yay!

I'll start today!
          Kelly


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   Posted 3/2/2009 7:06 AM (GMT -7)   

I heard about this diet study on t.v. over the weekend and just thought I'd post the article:

http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/weightloss/2009-02-25-diets-calories_N.htm

There are also a couple of free calorie counting sites I'm aware of:  www.sparkpeople.com and www.fitday.com.
 
 
I agree with Kelly about trying to make a "lifestyle change" instead of dieting, but it is SO hard.  I know on WW I don't feel as sluggish because I'm eating less and eating lighter, but it is hard to get used to the changes.  When I feel bad (um, which is like every day) I use food for comfort.  That is a psychological habit that I will have to work on breaking.
 
For those of us who are of "a certain age," do you remember when you could eat whatever you wanted and never gain a pound (except for those with a genetic predisposition toward weight gain)?  Those  were the days!  devil
 
Hugs - Austen
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Marlee2
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   Posted 3/2/2009 8:23 AM (GMT -7)   
Count me in. I would like to lose 20 but I will start with the ten I gained on all the B vitamins I was taking. I put a pair of jeans on the other day and they were soooo tight I couldn't stand to wear them. I know I won't be able to get in my summer clothes unless I lose.
 
Okay, I can't eat all the veggies and meat some of you can so I'm just going for healthier and getting off the sweets which is my downfall. Right now there are no sweets in the house, I ate everything in the house over the weekend. devil
 
I wish it would hurry up and get warm enough to walk outside so I don't have to walk on the boring treadmill.
 
Austen, I still don't gain according to what I eat but it is hard losing which doesn't make sense.
 
It's funny you put this on today since I had already made up my mind to start today.
 
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leemadd
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   Posted 3/2/2009 10:40 AM (GMT -7)   
Ok I am with yall I need to lose 20 but I think 10 is a realistic goal to start with. I would love to lose it by June so I can wear a siut in the summer and not be self consience Marlee I stopped taking the B after you posted about it I have already lost 3 Lbs so if I lose 10 it would actually be 13 Wahoo...
LeeAnn

I am not sure how to diet it has never been an issue until the last year. Must be that middle age spresd evey one talks about.. My Mom said to get it under control now or it will be harder later..

LeeAnn

kmhayes
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   Posted 3/2/2009 10:57 AM (GMT -7)   
an other tip-

plan your meals and snacks- so that when you go to the grocery store you buy only what you need...you can save yourself temptation by sticking to a list...and also save money.

I also know a lot of people have trouble feeling full when the cut back...drink carbonated water- I don't know the scientific term, but the fizzy water helps you feel full.

LeeAnn and tyno- for the next couple of days, write down everything you eat...how many servings and how many calories. add them up. I think ( not sure...you'll want to check this out) that a good amount of calories to have each day if you are trying to lose weight is between 1200-1500. when you go under 1000, your body thinks its in famine...so everything you eat is going to go straight to fat storage. sometimes cutting 500 calories can be VERY easy...like for me...I am needed to cut the impulse to buy easter candy...and then eat it all in 2 days....

here is what I ate so far today...and what I plan to for the rest of the day- not sure how the calories add up...

breakfast-(620am) bowl of oatmeal, 1/2 banana.

snack(945am) toast with peanut butter- use the natural kind, it has less sugar

lunch(1145) egg on toast, one grapefruit

I plan to eat another snack around 3- I'll probably have a granola bar, or crackers...with more peanut butter ;) gotta have that fat to satisfy

dinner ( aprox 6pm)
grilled chicken, rice and broccoli. I have a few different things I use on chicken- sometimes i marinate it in italian dressing, sometimes I use about 2 tblspoons of teriyaki or BBQ sauce.

I'll prob. have an other snack after this- I have some of those 100 calorie packs of cookies...or I might have a small container of yogurt- I like stonyfield- I buy the size made for kids. I will probably have 2 pieces of dove chocolate too...I put it in a hard to reach place...and try to only grab a couple...so its a pain to get more.....
          Kelly


kmhayes
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   Posted 3/2/2009 11:10 AM (GMT -7)   
I forgot to mention liquids!! I always have coffee with breakfast- coffee has almost no calories..its the sugar and cream that add those!
pay close attention to things like juice and soda....its amazing how many calories some of these drinks have in them. water is always your best bet.
          Kelly


Marlee2
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   Posted 3/2/2009 1:15 PM (GMT -7)   
I don't know how to diet either Lee Ann but I think if I cut out the sweets that is about a half my calories a day.
 
A few years ago my sisters, brother and I got together with a bunch of our cousins, all in our 50s, and when I walked into the room I couldn't believe what I saw and I said, "I see we have all filled out nicely". tongue Even the skinny ones had the middle age spread. My middle is my biggest problem and that is the worse place to gain it.
 
Good luck tonight girls, I know evenings are the worse for me.
 
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jewelrylady
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   Posted 3/2/2009 2:03 PM (GMT -7)   

Hello ladies, isn't this going to be fun?  Losing weight doesn't have to be a diet.  I totally agree it must be a lifestyle change, I have to continue with this eating plan.  I have been watching "The Biggest Loser" & it always gets me thinking of learning to eat healthier. 

Kelly - great advice-good job- I was hoping this would happen-we know how to support each other so why not extend it to eating healthy & lose some of this weight at the same time.  Hoo HOO!!!  I am so excited to learn.

tyno - I use low carb because it has worked for me in the past.  But as I said in my earlier post it has it's down side too.  If it isn't a lifestyle change it will just all come back & with a little extra to make you feel that much worse.  Just google low carb & there are many different sites out there with recipes & carb counters that you can use & print out if needed.  A lot of them say only 20 carbs but that is definitely a diet so I have lost weight staying at 30 to 40 carbs.  You automatically lower your calorie intake because we eat no suger, flour or starches like pasta, potatoes etc.  I eat mostly meats, veggies, a very few fruits & dairy but no milk.  I use heavy cream mixed with water & half & half.  I don't go overboard on the fats like most do with a low carb but I will say you will lose wight faster if you do.  My cholesterol is high so I do have to watch it for myself.  When I did use fattier meats my cholesterol was actually good because of the balance of foods I was eating.  I hope this helps.  Carbohydrates are listed on all food in a per serving amount & I use that in my figuring of what I will eat.  Nuts are another good thing to have but in moderation.  Peanut butter is a real treat when I am craving something.

Austen, Marlee & LeeAnn- "Can we do it?  Yes, we can!!"  (waving pompoms in the air as she does the splits on the floor)  I am so happy we can all lose together.  I spent most of my life at 105-118LBs.  Once I hit middle age the weight just kept piling on & I didn't know how to stop it.  I had never had to watch what I ate or how much.  Now I just take those potatoes & smear them on my thighs but through my mouth.  I have 5 or 6 different sizes in my closet & I am almost out of the largest size. 

Right now I am drinking a latte double shot with splenda & 1/4 cup half & half with water added to about 1-1/2 Cups of latte.  YUMMY!!!  So rich & is only 2 carb due to the half & half.

I am going to have a cheese omelet for breakfast made with cheddar & thin sliced ham for a carb count of about 5 carbs.  Oh, and another latte. 

hugs to all, & thank you so much for supporting me & I hope I can support you just as well.  Denise 

 


 I have:  Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, Holt-Oram Syndrome, nasal allergies, food allergies, depression, TMJ, anxiety

Married to a wonderful supportive husband & between us we have 4 children & 7 grandchildren

As apples of gold in silver carvings is a word spoken at the right time for it.    Prov. 25:11


jewelrylady
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   Posted 3/2/2009 2:08 PM (GMT -7)   
Austen, I know what you mean about food being your drug of choice.  Sometimes when I am really depressed or tired of being sick I just graze & try to fill the void.  I am going to start walking when the snow is gone so I can get some exercise & releave some of the depression.  I am lookin  for a tread mill so that will help too.  I bought an exercise ball but it is still in the box & doesn't seem to work very well. I sit on the box but nothing happens.  I guess I better have it blown up.  LOL  I will be watching alot of Jane Austen & I bought a book of her short stories.  Hugs, Denise

 I have:  Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, Holt-Oram Syndrome, nasal allergies, food allergies, depression, TMJ, anxiety

Married to a wonderful supportive husband & between us we have 4 children & 7 grandchildren

As apples of gold in silver carvings is a word spoken at the right time for it.    Prov. 25:11


dolphinfire
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   Posted 3/2/2009 2:13 PM (GMT -7)   
Id like to lose about 50lbs, count me in!!!!
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jewelrylady
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   Posted 3/3/2009 12:24 AM (GMT -7)   

Hi all, I have made it through my first day of low carb eating.  I didn't have too much trouble but had one period of time when I really wanted something sweet.  I wanted one or two of those Cadbury Eggs.  Man, I could taste it but I had some pepperjack cheese with some Blue cheese dressing to dip it in & I made it through.  It wasn't the same but I was content with it.  I am going to get some fudge bars because they are so low carb & low calorie I can have one in the evenings to help with the cravings.  I hope I can make it through when I am sick & depressed.  That's when I need the comfort of "comforting chocolate".  I need to make some sugar free Jello also.  It is so hard not to get into the feeling of being denied something I love so much but I am trying to stay positive. 

How are you all doing?  What kinds of eating programs are you trying?  My SIL loves the cabbage soup diet & lost alot of weight on it but it is too limiting to me.  Too much like dieting.  I have to keep in mind I am finding a new eating lifestyle.  Sounds good on paper but I am going to have to fight to stay on it for the full 10 LBS. 

I may need to put up an inspiration dress or top.  I have done that before, actually twice.  Once I made it into the inspiration dress and the other time I sold it in a yardsale because I just couldn't do it. 

Hugs, Denise  I am hoping you are all doing well both in the diet & with your illnesses.


 I have:  Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, Holt-Oram Syndrome, nasal allergies, food allergies, depression, TMJ, anxiety

Married to a wonderful supportive husband & between us we have 4 children & 7 grandchildren

As apples of gold in silver carvings is a word spoken at the right time for it.    Prov. 25:11


donnaeil
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   Posted 3/3/2009 1:42 AM (GMT -7)   
Excellent advice Kelly,

I am losing weight via swimming 2 hours per day, seven days per week. Since that is a lot of work and burns a lot of calories I cannot go on a low carbohydrate and/or low fat diet. In fact I need to eat 65% carbs in order to swim as long and hard as I do.

I think this is great. I am forcing myself to eat more veggies but wit is hard to cook them daily.

We try to cook from scratch but restaurant food wins out when I am really tired.

I drink ensure after I swim to make sure I have a nutritious food to replace the glycogen in my muscles. If not, I could end up with more muscle pain.

I did a lot of research as to how to eat when working out the way I do. I think I am on the right track. I build muscle and lose fat.

So, I will join you folks by continuing my exercising. I had a lot of weight to lose and am getting there slowly but surely. the support will be great.

Donnaeil

kmhayes
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   Posted 3/3/2009 4:39 AM (GMT -7)   
Denise....I did eat one of those DARN cadbury eggs yesterday...and 4 peeps... :( atleast they are out of the house now!!! other than that, I stuck to the plan.

donaeil...I'm with you on the excercise...I wish I could get 7 days a week in....right now my sched. will allow about 2 days at the gym for cardio....and atleast 5 days of yoga at home ( aprox 30 min) exercise really gives me extra energy...so I should try to commit to more of it!

a good way to get your veggies....I cut up a bunch of carrots and cukes and keep them in a bag in the fridge so they are ready when needed...and during the winter, I buy select frozen veggies.(birds eye i think? i have found they taste the most fresh)..so I can just boil them for a few min. on the stove, and have them as a side with dinner.

good luck with day 2 everyone!!! no easter candy for me today!
          Kelly


dolphinfire
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   Posted 3/3/2009 6:29 AM (GMT -7)   
Me it was Lyndt bugs and bees, and some darn milky ways. Today I am starting fresh and using splenda in my coffee.
Fibro, interstitial cystitis, migraines, rotated femur, bunion on rt ft, hiatal hernia, for just a few.

reglan, prilosec otc, nadol, citrilipram,amitriptyline, and peroxicam, and vicodin.


AustenFan
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   Posted 3/3/2009 7:16 AM (GMT -7)   
Some low cal chocolate ideas:
 
Sugar Free Jello Pudding cups ( 60 cal.)
 
Brownies made with applesauce - the recipe is on the box, and I make them in mini muffin tins to help control portion size. I can't tell the difference from regular ones.
 
"Ice Cream" Sandwiches - take 2 chocolate graham cracker squares; spread lite Cool Whip between them; freeze;  These actually taste pretty good.
 
Andes Mints are around 50 cal. for 2 - they help take away my chocolate cravings.
 
You can find a good chocolate chip cookie recipe at recipezaar.com.  Just type in WW chocolate chip cookies in the search box on the website (link didn't work).  The cookies are really small, but they satisfy my cravings. 
 
(Okay - Now I need some chocolate!!!)
 
Hugs - Austen


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Marlee2
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   Posted 3/3/2009 8:29 AM (GMT -7)   
Okay I cheated, I had to have some Fritos Chili Cheese Chips but I ate Red Hots all evening and they say something spicy like cinnamon ups your metabolism so it should even out. devil At least I didn't eat my normal two king size Paydays last night.
 
Yeah, the temp is going up for a couple of days so I can get out and walk Krissy tomorrow.
 
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kmhayes
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   Posted 3/3/2009 10:36 AM (GMT -7)   

ohh good!! i was not the only one. I feel better now ;) 

 

 so far, so good today.


          Kelly


leemadd
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   Posted 3/3/2009 12:28 PM (GMT -7)   
Had a good breakfast 1 egg 2 slices bacon on a low fat croissant.
Had to have a cookie though for snack. It was peanut butter.
No lunch yet and it is 2:00.
LeeAnn

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   Posted 3/3/2009 12:55 PM (GMT -7)   
Austen, the brownies with applesauce are really good. when we have a family dinner, and there isn't enough time to make a dessert, I take a box of brownie mix and instead of oil, I use applesauce. its so good. I think it actually tastes better, since with the oil, well, they're very oily. and my family can't tell the difference, even my dad and brother, who hate anything that I try to make healthy. like once i made chocolate chip cookies with tofu, you couldn't tell that there was tofu in it, and they loved them, until they found out that I put tofu in them!!

I started to exercise last week and so far, I've kept to it. I think this is the longest I've ever exercised before!

-Aliza
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   Posted 3/3/2009 3:12 PM (GMT -7)   

I am off to the store to buy myself some food I can eat.  I just hate it that everything in my cupboards is hands off for me.  GRRR!!  I thought I had shopped & got myself ready but there is no getting ready, I have had some depression today & feel like maybe I bit off more then I can chew.  See!!!  I even write in eating terms.  LOL

Welcome Aliza to our weightloss group.

Thanks everyone for the great suggestions.

I know it is going to be hard & cheating is going to be a certainty, at least for me.  As soon as the snow melts Dairy Queen will open again for the season.  Oh, how I love my Dairy Queen.  They are so nice here not to be opened during the cold months, gives me time to lose the weight I gained. (ya right) I need to follow you guys who are exercising, man that would help me in more ways then one.  I need to get motivated.  Do you feel that your depression is less, those of you who exercise & have depression?  I usually eat but then only one arm & my mouth are exercised, so I guess that doesn't count. 

Hugs, Denise  


 I have:  Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, Holt-Oram Syndrome, nasal allergies, food allergies, depression, TMJ, anxiety

Married to a wonderful supportive husband & between us we have 4 children & 7 grandchildren

As apples of gold in silver carvings is a word spoken at the right time for it.    Prov. 25:11


colabear2890
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   Posted 3/3/2009 3:40 PM (GMT -7)   
my motivation is that i made a deal with my mom. the deal was that i exercise at least every other day (she and my doctor have been trying to get me to exercise forever), and then I get to try Savella, when it comes out. The deal definitely works. On the days that I don't want to go out, I think about the deal I made with my mom, and i go out, cause I promised her I would, and she's been very helpful with the Savella side of it. I'm still trying to find a psychiatrist to monitor me while i'd be on it.

maybe you can make a deal with someone like if they do something, then you'll exercise, and seeing them keeping their part of the deal, will want you to keep yours too!!

-Aliza
"never regret something that made you smile"


jewelrylady
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   Posted 3/3/2009 6:50 PM (GMT -7)   
Aliza, ya I will have to think of something.  It certainly would be motivational for sure.  Hmmm!!!  Now I have to decide what would motivate me to exercise.  I keep to my diet by thinking of that size 10 I would like to be so maybe I can use that for my exercise.  I will have to think about this.  I hope you are doing well.  Hugs, Denise

 I have:  Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, Holt-Oram Syndrome, nasal allergies, food allergies, depression, TMJ, anxiety

Married to a wonderful supportive husband & between us we have 4 children & 7 grandchildren

As apples of gold in silver carvings is a word spoken at the right time for it.    Prov. 25:11

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