I have been tracking my calories and trying to lose weight for 170 days. It went well for maybe the first 100 or so. I go to a weigh in every 4 weeks and the last two have only shown 3 lbs lost. Tomorrow is my next one and it seems I have actually gained weight. I want to give up going to these weigh ins and basically give up on my diet. Total I have lost around 20 pounds with a goal of losing 80 more. I had hoped to be a lot farther by now.View Thread
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I haven't been able to keep track of my calorie intake so I decided a few days ago to switch to only mealshakes and nothing else. I already exercise a lot, to lose weight I figure I just need to get my calorie intake under control. I figured I would eat about 1500 calories worth of mealshakes a day. They have a long list of nutrients listed at 20-25% so I figure 4 or 5, at 250 calories each, of those a day and I'm set.
In practice I generally only drink 2 or 3 a day and lots of water with no interest in any more then that. And I'm worried I might suffer side effects. I've got about eighty pounds I need to lose I guess. I don't know, I plan to slowly go off the diet when I look right, adjusting to a healthy eating style. Though I may just stay with it the rest of my life if the latter proves too hard.View Thread
After 16yrs. with MS, and lots of steroids, I have to get rid of this weight. I have not had salt for over a year, but did replace it with sugar and creamer in my coffee. I have already cut down on the sugar and creamer and have lost 16 lbs. I am seeing my doctor and will meet with her every week. I need a good low carb diet with high protein for my muscles. I will be back in Physical Therapy in 2 weeks. For the past 8 months I have not been able to go out and walk due to the heat and Cellulitis. I am on 2 diuretics right now. I Need help!View Thread
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