Hey, I've just joined after coming across the NHS 12 week plan which seems to be healthy and sustainable. Having done WW and SW and not found either sustainable combined with a very active lifestyle I am here to make changes!
Newbie here to make changes: Hey, I've just... - Weight Loss NHS
Hi Gymgirl and welcome to the forum,
The biggest benefit is that we are here 24/7 and don't cost a penny A very positive step is to find a way forward that will be sustainable for you - I would suggest not thinking diet, but thinking healthy lifestyle.
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Also, take a look at our What's Happening thread to see all the activities that we have on offer for you to join in with. We have found that participation is key to weight loss. I am sure that you will find something here to help to keep you motivated and involved with the forum ,
Two really good places for support and advice are the daily Weigh in and the Daily Diary.
Wishing you success on your weight loss journey
Welcome and yes the 12 week plan very good and easy to follow and you get plenty of support on here. Look at info admin will send and jump on in. Joining in a weigh day good and us Wednesday wobble warriors very supportive. One thing I would say is if doing calorie counting check your allowance on BMI calculator and eat to top end of it, rather than the general 1400. Good luck
Well I'm on day 3 and starting to feel better already. One thing is I just cannot believe how much food I'm eating (healthy food!) for 1,400 calories. I'm burning around 2,000-2,300 calories per day so I'm hoping for a loss of a pound next Tuesday when I weigh in. A pound a week would be great. I'm writing all my calories down what I eat as well as fibre and having around 20g fibre per day. Will check in soon. Have a good day all xx
You're best getting the appropriate calorie range for you here nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-we... as the 1400 figure is generic and suits very few of us
Just as long as you know that you could have 1700 calories and still lose weight. It makes sense to me to eat as much as you can, consistent with losing weight, rather that as little as you can manage with
When I was counting calories, I lost weight while eating in the upper half of my allowance. This explains why better than I can healthunlocked.com/nhsweigh...
Hope you'll join a weekly weigh in and the Daily Diary, if you haven't already, They're great for ongoing support