Hi everyone just a quick update i completed week1 Yaaa , managed to eat sensibly breakfast lunch and dinner with healthy snacks which is a big achievement for a serial yo yo dieter binger or starver. lost a healthy 4 pound , yes i wish it was 4 stone but i really think i'm on the road to recovery. fitted in some exercise and still feeling positive so here goes week two
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Well done missy1963!
Are you following the NHS 12 week plan?
4 lbs is just fine for your first week or two. You'll settle down to a loss of 1 to 2 lbs a week, which is just fine.
Don't be in a hurry to lose weight. Doing it at the right pace is much better for you.
Good luck with your weight loss journey.
Couldn' t agree more. Having been the queen of diets and up and down like a yo yo. i have tackled it very differently this time - I am taking it very slow and steady - with the view it has to sustainable weight loss that stays off. So i have a plan of a modest pound a week - which take 28 weeks to lose two stone. If it takes that long so be it. the main thing I have taught myself is how to live and keep the weight off.
Well done you on the great weight loss - that must be hugely motivating. I am currently doing pound a week - which is slow - but I accept the pace of that - and that it is all going in the right direction.
good luck for next week - don't be disappointed if it isn't quite as much as this week.xx
thanks everyone x
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