This morning the reading on the level was 175.6 that is clearly a loss of 3.for the week 6. Not too bad, but at the chance of sounding like a whiner, it will have been better. With him, my average weight reduction has been 0.75 pounds per day for the six weeks of ‘therapy’. The week my reduction must have been 5 For.25 lbs, easily had maintained that pace.
I don’t think I’d have been quite as worried if the last two times I hadn’t submitted a little gain both days. Which should not happen at all. A gain almost always shows somewhere an error in eating. I understand that hasn’t happened, so I’m left wondering why. As I began to contemplate, I remembered the way I spent the majority of my 30’s at about 175-177 pounds. I started to wonder if my body decided it liked this weight and would fight to remain there as hard as I fought to go down. I also started to remember how I felt then. I felt just like a fat cow and helpless to do anything about any of it.
- Customizable vibration alarms
- Do not swallow. Let the saliva slowly build up in the mouth area until it is a moist wad
- Most people eat the same foods 80% of the time
- Hair Loss (Telogen Effluvium)
- Not sleeping well
- Northern Territory
- Creates Activity bottom profiles
Of course, that weight is heavy for me personally too, but I had not been the huge blob, I perceived myself to be. Then I started to realize that I really acknowledged how big a truly was at 254 never.4. I understood I was a fat cow and felt helpless to do anything about it.
But I think my mental image of myself was mainly the same at both weights. I’ve done a lot of deep considering denial and delusions with regard to my own body image. Unfortunately, I have yet to come quickly to any grand conclusions, other than I’ve a bad case of it. What I know for sure is that I need to lose 30 pounds to access an acceptable weight.
I know that I’ve not strayed from the very strict eating plan I’m on now, and I’ve not missed a good workout session. I also know that easily keep doing those things that the weight will follow. It is hard to really ‘know’ that though. Merely to be sure there have been no mistakes on my part with the big plan, I dug out all of the original documentation I got with the program nearly 2 yrs ago now. A section was found by me on faulty dieting and found out that didn’t connect with me, therefore I held digging. Eventually, I found a section on plateaus. This did connect with me.
Apparently in some instances, when individuals get to a weight where they spent a whole great deal of years, this happens. The task is to just continue doing the program, and it will break within, get this, TWO WEEKS! Understanding that could happen made me feel better, but knowing that this could go on for 14 days was disconcerting. It is going to be hard to keep up the stringent program and not see the scales respond. Another several times is a real test of my postponed gratification system.