published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows that keeping a food diary may double your weight loss efforts.
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Plateaus can be so discouraging.
TThis helps a lot
I have an awesome looking nutritional pie chart tonight!
Sometimes I have to change my food around, just like I do my exercises. With my food, I don’t always eat enough. Then when I start eating 1200 - 1500 Calories then I’ll start losing weight. I started out weighing 230 lbs. & I now weigh 159 lbs. I hope this helps someone else. Have a Marvelous & Blessed Monday!
In any weight-loss program, there is no such thing as one size fits all. No way!!!
The number of variables that each one of us face is different - from our ages to where we live, the working environment, the family situation, etc etc - and all of these have an impact on how well we lose weight!
I have gone no meat to fasting, I have lost 3 pounds at a time which is not healthy. Fasting is what seems to be working at least for that month. I am very confused what I have done now going back into eating three meals a day and less than 500 calories a meal.
I need to include weight training!
I needed this information
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