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1132927 Post Posted: Wed Oct 05, 2011 3:55 pm Thank this member for this postReply with quote Add User to Ignore List Back To Top

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SaddleTramp wrote:
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Les from july for seven weeks i lost a pound a week.
Down to fourteen a nd a hallf stone,.
Great on target for 14 st. after my 6 month check up.

Trousers are a bit tight leathers didn1t fi on sunday. Back to 15 st.
Letter came this morning for 6 month check up.

oooops.
Mind Christine the practice nurse is ok.
She can tell me off on my bithday. Next apointment

dave p


Thanks Dave was that using Proactol that you lost the weight ?.


No Les it was by eating less and moving about more.
Unfortunatly I am back to 15 stone Rolling Eyes

A bit confused about that because I only eat breakfast and tea.
No junk food, crisps or chocolate.
So I put it down to alcohol Embarassed

Purchased a new gadget, one of those ski walker things. After a week I had a trapped nerve in my back so now use it as a coat hanger.

The newer gadget is a pedometer, we should try to achieve 10k steps a day. Mine must have a flat battery as it only counts up to 3867.

Cheers

Dave p
 
1170096 Post Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2011 9:20 am Thank this member for this postReply with quote Add User to Ignore List Back To Top

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Well after numerous different diets and exercise attempts at losing weight, I have finally got one that is working.

After seeing diet chef advertised on TV then seeing a friend of mine who was a lot slimmer than the last time I saw him I went for it, It costs 215 per month and they supply ALL the food for 35 days including snacks, It was hard at first for about 10 days then it starts to take effect after 18 days I have lost almost a stone and I feel great, The food itself is gorgeous and is well worth it.

It cost me that much to feed myself for a month before so it is just a win win situation.


Well still going, Now lost over 2 stone, But the difference is NOT only in appearance, I feel absolutely fantastic, I now have a feel good factor, went down to Health / Leisure centre and joined yesterday and starting to get physically fitter, Only down side is having to buy a new wardrobe but by god with the difference I feel it is well worth it.
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We're not supposed to be naturally skinny!
Take a look at any aboriginal people and check out their body shapes.

The young people are slim because most of there nutrition goes towards growing their bodies to an adult size. Older people tend to store their nutrients as fat.

Naturally slim figures on the over 40's are not the norm but an envy culture. We see 'celebs' who have idealized bodies and think that we should all be like that. But in reality these ideal figures are the result of strict, very strict, and unnatural diet and excersise regimes.
These people use their looks to earn a living so good looks become an obsession, who can blame them.

I say this as someone who took up running at the age of 48 and continued for 13 years. Yes, I became slim and svelte, but at a cost.
An enlarged heart valve and heart murmur due to too much excersise.

But at least I am fairly healthy otherwise, although I am termed overweight.
At 70 years I think I should now be entitled to relax a bit and indulge myself with the things I did without for many years.

As Gok says learn to be at ease with your own body.
 
1170132 Post Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2011 11:29 am Thank this member for this postReply with quote Add User to Ignore List Back To Top

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I am not wanting to be "Skinny" I want to be comfortable in myself, I know I will never be a "He Man" type, But I DON'T want to be a Fat man, which I was, I am not saying that Fat is ugly or anything like that because Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.
My FAT was causing me problems, I became a type 2 diabetic and was on the verge of being a type 1 diabetic which I did not want at any cost, Now I am losing weight my tablet intake has virtually halved and I go for a further Blood Test on 20th December for a total review, BUT the difference to me mentally and physically is astronomical.

So to me it is well worth it and health wise is also improving well.
 
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This is one of the problems I dont eat Junk food, I eat fish about 5 times a week Chicken twice a week.
Take yesterday for instance

Breakfast 2 weetabix at about 9:30
Lunch 2 slices of bread (Sandwich) Chicken about 2pm
Tea time a piece of steamed haddock (Only) with 2 slices of bread about 7:30 pm

and thats all for the day, This is very similar to most days, my main exception is Sunday Dinner which I have always had but even so I go to the local Carvery and have a small dinner which normally only children have, Cost 3.95.

Today up till now

Breakfast 2 weetabix about 9 am
Lunch (Again) Fish sandwich, Haddock about 2 pm
For tea I will be having a baked potato.


I must be doing something wrong.
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Les, I looks like you're not having enough vegetables and fruit.

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ChrisandJohn wrote:
SaddleTramp wrote:
This is one of the problems I dont eat Junk food, I eat fish about 5 times a week Chicken twice a week.
Take yesterday for instance

Breakfast 2 weetabix at about 9:30
Lunch 2 slices of bread (Sandwich) Chicken about 2pm
Tea time a piece of steamed haddock (Only) with 2 slices of bread about 7:30 pm

and thats all for the day, This is very similar to most days, my main exception is Sunday Dinner which I have always had but even so I go to the local Carvery and have a small dinner which normally only children have, Cost 3.95.

Today up till now

Breakfast 2 weetabix about 9 am
Lunch (Again) Fish sandwich, Haddock about 2 pm
For tea I will be having a baked potato.


I must be doing something wrong.
Shocked


Les, I looks like you're not having enough vegetables and fruit.

Have a look at the
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approach to healthy eating.


Chris


Opps, just noticed I've replied to an old post. Apologies.

Chris
 
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Well done Les,
If it works for you go for it, and i bet the horse notices the difference Laughing

Regards Nigel

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Laughing Unfortunately the Horse is no longer with us Crying or Very sad

But I do still ride, especially when weather is nice.
not as often as I used to BUT you never know.
Very Happy
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Well done Les and good luck on your review Wink
 
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Can't resist a reply. Saddletramp you seem to be doing realy well.

Dave p beat me to it. The big one for losing weight is alcohol.
I am recovering from a heart attack and the removal of a kidney so I was advised to watch what I eat and drink. I have never been over weight but to be honest I did drink too much and my waist measurement was creeping up.
After almost one year my waist has gone from 36/37 back to 34/35 and I feel much healthier. So my advice is eat sensibly and keep to your 21 units per week - and no cheating.
Before anyone asks - yes I do miss it, especially a session with my friends but having that heart attack kind of scared me and I want to live as long as I can. Maybe as long as seeing the end of the D F S sale!


Bob
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