I am in the same predicament myself. After my second child, I had been trying to lose weight without any success. My exercise schedule went awry. A crash GM diet did bring in results, but the weight came back. 3 weeks back, think I found a sane solution that looks reasonable. I have been doing a limited calorie diet and 1/2 an hour of yoga. First, I calculated on the basis of how much I wanted to lose and set a goal for going on this 1300 calorie diet . The site has meal plans for a week and I try to stick to them, but end up making my own substitutions. In any way, I do not eat more than 1300 calories. Secondly, I have started having an early dinner.... very early...like before 6 pm. If I get hungry at 9, I eat some fruit and go to sleep. Lastly, I am doing 1/2 an hour of yoga every day. I intend to make it last for an hour, but my 2 kids take up so much of my time. And finally - the results so far. I have lost 3 lbs so far, which mans roughly 1 lb per week. Since this is working, I plan to stick to it for a few months. I hope you find something that works for you too. Good luck!View Thread
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