Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Eating ENOUGH

Just a quick little recap of the past two weeks with no sugar.

Week one- I lost 5 lbs
Week two- I lost 0 lbs.

WHAT THE FU##?

Now, I know sometimes people are like, I've lost nothing, I have no idea why...meanwhile they DO know why, it's because they're seceretly eating way to much, and just don't want to admit it. Well, I'm here telling you that week two was definitely spent staying VERY strick about what I took in. I think I overdid it a little much because I had a hard time hitting even 1100 calories a day. I think my body sort of went into shock and thus, I lost nothing.

This was upsetting to say the least. I feel like all that hard work in week two was for nothing honestly. But here I am, in the middle of week 3, keepin' on.

I'm making sure this week meals are more planned out and I'm hitting my goal of 1500 calories a day.

I'm tracking on an app called Lose it. If you're on it, stop by and say hi :)

my user name I believe is katysalsa. It's what I use for nearly everything.

c-ya!

4 comments:

  1. I bet next week will be a great loss then! I tend to lose like that, big week, little week, big week, etc. It's how it averages over time that matters!
    CJ

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  2. I believe you when you say you were strict & still didn't lose! Why? Because this is the story of my life! HAHA! (And i'm not just saying that either!) I actually just found out there is a medical reason i wasn't dropping the weight. So thankful b/c now i really WILL lose weight! Anyway, that is awesome that you are saying no to sugar. I have a friend doing that as well. Sugar is bad for you! I am working towards eating no sugar/no white flour. Don't worry - the weight will continue to come off, but scales suck & are not always an indication of how well you are doing!

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  3. I added some calories recently and was able to drop a few again. its a balance and a marathon

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  4. I don't think it's possible to lose 5 lbs of fat in one week so it's probably your body adjusting it self! The most important thing is consistency. I'm a firm believer that if you are doing everything right the scale eventually reflects that!

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