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Seriously, the change is immense! New bobby daz 'fat analyser' scales will perhaps help you see that the whole you is actually made up of a lot of muscle (giving a high mass on the scales) but the fat is disappearing!
I really admire your determination to keep going - I know in my head if the scales weren't moving I would self sabotage, THIS i have learnt is where I keep going wrong! For me now, its all about the size of clothes I wear (with a little bit of info from the scales! )
Thank you for sharing and reinforcing what I need to keep doing
From one slow loser to another, let me say that everything I've read seems to indicate that losing more slowly is not only safer, but it's likely to be more stable and permanent weight loss. Considering how many people regain their weight within the first year of losing it, this is very important to me.
I wish you continued success into year 3
My story is similar. Good weight losses last year- 18 KGS in 9 months then 5 KGS this year ( actually I lost 5 then put nearly 3 back on then took it off again which has been taken most of the year!) But I figure as long as I haven't put 22 KGS back on then I'm succeeding the fight against my body's nature of wanting to refill the fat cells! And because its been so slow I don't think I'll have a problem w with tummy skin ( I'm 46) so at this rate I suspect it may take a year or more to lose another 13 KGS but that's OK because I'll just keep on this WOL when I get there.
Its amazing how it helps you listen to your body. Its Sunday here, I cooked up a big brunch ( no brekky) baked creamy mushrooms,houlimi cheese w with tomatoes, bacon, egg, sauteed baby spinach and I looked at it and thought " I'm not hungry at all, I'll have mine later' .
Keep up the great work @Lil , do you count calories on non fast days?
I look forward to being a success story myself in the coming year(s)!
08 Mar 2019, 08:23