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I would not say that I am at my goal weight but I am down 40lbs which is a good amount. So here is my feedback on your question. I log everything I eat in a journal. It is something that I have been told is a good idea in the past but always seemed like too much of a hassle. It really makes a difference when you do it plus it truly doesn’t take that long it just is tedious until you get use to it. I also increased my water intake and cut out sodas and alcohol. I increased my protein and decreased my “bad” carbs. (i.e. white rice. white bread).
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I actually have a program on my computer called diet power that you can log your food and exercise for the day in. It has a database with the nutritional information in it and you can add to it as well for custom foods. You can also enter your current weight and goal weight and it will calculate what your caloric intake for the day needs to be to hit that goal. You enter your weight daily (if desired) and it adjusts everything according to where you are. I however do not use this program I do the “ancient” thing and hand write it down in my journal. It makes me feel more accountable. (but that’s just me…lol) I also have an online journal (blog) that I write in weekly when I weigh in or anytime I feel the need to write and my friends and family can support me there as well.
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I have started using this site and find it very useful. Thanks for the link!
The paleolithic diet, in my case. I reached – and surpassed – my goal weight (by 5 lbs) in five months. I also cured my type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and high triglycerides completely. For more info on the paleolithic diet, see http://www.paleodiet.com
See Why is working her arse off
well, so far I reached my goal and kept it off. What I’ve done is… I kept eating healthy (as much as possible) and biking every day. I don’t keep a log anymore, but I do keep track of what I’ve eaten in my head.
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I haven’t hit my goal weight, but for the last six months I’ve been maintaining a significant weight loss. What’s worked for me is making exercise a commitment. I have an appointment four days a week with a trainer, and feel an obligation to go since I paid for it. Additionally I have set goals for myself, like running a marathon, which help motivate me to keep up my conditioning.
missmorgan389 taking one step at a time
I haven’t reached my goal weight either because I’m still working for it, but so far I’ve lost at least 20 pounds and kept it off. Along with keeping a journal, never settle for more. Even if you reach your goal weight of 150, don’t stop the habits you’ve gained to work to remain there. Act like you haven’t lost the weight you want to. Kind of a psychological thing but it helps me out when I have bad days.
Tammy moving ahead and still holding on tight.
After back surgery I gained quite a bit of weight. Lost most of it, but platitude at 20 lbs short of my goal. I’ve analyzed my diet to where I could adjust it. I have a friend that eats everything in moderation, but has cut out sugar only in his beverages. It worked for him.
I’ll be adjusting:
No sugar in coffee
cut out salt
I don’t know if you’re still trying to loose weight, but what really helped for me was very simple, i ate a lot of low fat yoghurt, usualy with a banana or an apple… i skipped every snack, forbid myself to eat anykind of sweets and drank a lot of water ( no sweetend juices or drinks). I found other things to eat as snack, like a cucumber or a raw paprika (they’re really sweet). i know it sounds stupid and maybe absurd, but it’s healthy! because you can eat as much as you want from it so you wont starve. also i only ate steamed fish and vegetables. i was much happier and much more energetic and believe it or not, i lost 11 kilograms in two months and a half. i didn’t gain the weight afterwords because i didn’t feel the need to start eating fat food again. I hope you find something that works!
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