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    *SlimmerMe's Progress Log*

    Here goes: I want to lose 20 pounds by June 30th......total of 3 months to do so.

    I joined this site a year ago and the time has come for me to be accountable. Who knew I would end up here in the Diet Question's forum. As a matter of fact, I did not pay any attention to this forum for months until the transformational challenge started up. For some reason I got carried away as I encouraged and recruited eager bucks to sign up for the challenge and/or come here anyway for advice instead of cycling. It was then I noticed the kind extended hand of the diet gurus who impressed me with their vast knowledge.

    Repetition is how we all learn.
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    Already started today.
    And instead of making it all perfect, I have decided to dive in and start right now and not wait one more minute. It is Friday. And believe me, Monday sounded like a much better time to start. However there is nothing like the present.

    I will be adding things to my log as the day goes by so please be patient with the edits.

    Baby steps.
    Cutting out sweets was a first big step.
    Lifestyle changes hoping to pick better choices along the way
    Calculating all the macros and all will gradually come

    However I am announcing this: I plan to shed 20 pounds in 3 months. So here goes:
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    April 1st: Day 1

    Fasted Cardio: 25 minute fast walk

    Post cardio:
    Dannon lemon yogurt (90 calories)

    Meal One:
    Oat Pancakes with blueberries and sugar-free syrup

    Meal Two:
    Mozzarella cheese and had a slice of gluten free bread ready and just could not eat it so I turned to
    Sunflower Seeds
    Ice-Tea sugar free

    Afternoon Cardio: Speed Walk 30 minutes, cool down another 10 minutes

    Protein Shake: ordered at a local smoothie place
    Whey 50 calories, 24% protein
    Sugar Free yogurt, they said
    Blueberries

    Walk for 20 minutes

    Meal 5
    Sesame chicken breast
    Basmati Rice
    Glass of Pinot Grigio
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    You've got any support I can offer. You can do it!
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    Subscribed, looking forward to this one! As for support, you know I got u. =)
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    Well, those first two meals certainly look bad but I'm subscribed/supporting.
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    You can do eeeet!

    I think I am going to be next on the "accountability" list. You make me realize it is time to get the diet right. And more cardio. Ugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damienm05 View Post
    Well, those first two meals certainly look bad but I'm subscribed/supporting.
    Agreed, but i'm gonna sort Slimmer out. =)
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    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx3 lose the flavored yogurts too much useless sugar, but im in good luck
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    You go Girl you should have waited until the next challenge however
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    Quote Originally Posted by VegasRenegade View Post
    You go Girl you should have waited until the next challenge however
    Why? She can still join in on the next challenge with new goals! No reason to wait... I say go for it now, take advantage of the bug when you got it.
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    GBrice again!

    THANK YOU TO EVERYONE ABOVE FOR YOUR SUPPORT. I HAVE FILLED IN the blanks for THE ENTIRE DAY NOW. I know I jumped the gun a bit. But....I did go to the grocery store awhile ago and got a BIG greek yogurt ( this morning all I had was the Dannon) and I got some frozen blueberries and some Basmati Rice. I did not want my lack of preparation to prevent me from starting.

    Hey....this will shock all of you who read this: I threw out my bathroom scale years ago and finally bought one late last night so I could weigh-in today so I would officially start. 'Tis true. I have relied on how my clothes feel but the time has come to get more focused and see the numbers on the scale lower lower and lower more.

    THANK YOU for reading any of this.

    This is going to be a complete lifestyle change for me as it is for many who embark on this challenge.

    The key will be to make better choices the further I get into this.

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    I think 20lbs is a bit ambitious in 2 months, you don't have that much to lose really to start with unless you have gained some weight since you posted that one pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MBMETC View Post
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx3 lose the flavored yogurts too much useless sugar, but im in good luck
    If you gotta have yogurt, have you tried greek yogurt? per serving is 17g carbs (mostly from fruit) and 12g protien. I wouldn't consider it horribe for post work out
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigslick7878 View Post
    I think 20lbs is a bit ambitious in 2 months, you don't have that much to lose really to start with unless you have gained some weight since you posted that one pic.
    Thanks....it is actually 3 months. And....I do need to lose the weight....wink wink....but thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty51312 View Post
    If you gotta have yogurt, have you tried greek yogurt? per serving is 17g carbs (mostly from fruit) and 12g protien. I wouldn't consider it horribe for post work out
    Thanks....I got some Greek Yogurt this afternoon. All I had in the fridge this morning was Dannon and did not want to let this prevent my starting the program. I got a BIG container of plain and will add some things like fruit and/or splenda.

    Glad to hear not horrible!

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    ^^ yeah the macro's i gave you were for favored greek yogurt to. I'm sure the plain is lower carb
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    I'm on-baord too! No weight training???
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbody66 View Post
    I'm on-baord too! No weight training???
    Thanks Tbody....yes...it will be included. This was a mere jump into it asap and no more waiting another day....

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    goodluck slimm i'm sure you will achieve your goals, however...

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    Stick with the nonfat plain greek yogurt IMO. Like mentioned above, sweeten it with splenda or stevia and add some berries if it's PWO or am.

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    Good for you Slimmer!!

    20lbs is achievable in 3 months. But what is the starting point?

    Diet is tough...especially when we are unfortunate to have cravings that slows progress.

    I can tell by your posts, u have a sweet tooth :-) ...berries, yogurt, sweetener, Pinot..., pancakes

    I have done major fat shedding twice in my life. First time I went 0 Carb as per "Protein Power" diet, and fat just melted off.
    Second time (3 years ago), I just cut all sugar, (not cold turkey, but 90%) ie no dairy products, breads, any sugar added products, alcohol, fruits (especially dried fruits and fruit smoothies, I will allow myself one serving of fresh fruit some days)

    Would hard core no carb work for u for 3 months?

    If u live in the US, I find this much easier, as u can still go out to cafeīs and restaurants and order low/no carb meals.
    And u can still enjoy a drink with your friends, exchange the Pinot with Miller Lite.

    I think if u try this, u might get hooked. You will feeeeeel better too with all the carb crap out of your body. And u will absolutely love the stable blood levels and uniform energy a high protein/fat, low carb diet will give you.

    Good luck!!!!!!!
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    Looks like day one saw a whopping 50g of protein and just as much sugar. C'mon now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt. Hartman View Post
    Subscribed. Let's do this!!
    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by BritishNutrition View Post
    very achievable
    good to hear

    Quote Originally Posted by stevey_6t9 View Post
    goodluck slimm i'm sure you will achieve your goals, however...

    HAHA HAHAHH!!

    Quote Originally Posted by gbrice75 View Post
    Stick with the nonfat plain greek yogurt IMO. Like mentioned above, sweeten it with splenda or stevia and add some berries if it's PWO or am.
    just had some....so whew!

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Timer 42 View Post
    Good for you Slimmer!!

    20lbs is achievable in 3 months. But what is the starting point?

    Diet is tough...especially when we are unfortunate to have cravings that slows progress.

    I can tell by your posts, u have a sweet tooth :-) ...berries, yogurt, sweetener, Pinot..., pancakes

    I have done major fat shedding twice in my life. First time I went 0 Carb as per "Protein Power" diet, and fat just melted off.
    Second time (3 years ago), I just cut all sugar, (not cold turkey, but 90%) ie no dairy products, breads, any sugar added products, alcohol, fruits (especially dried fruits and fruit smoothies, I will allow myself one serving of fresh fruit some days)

    Would hard core no carb work for u for 3 months?

    If u live in the US, I find this much easier, as u can still go out to cafeīs and restaurants and order low/no carb meals.
    And u can still enjoy a drink with your friends, exchange the Pinot with Miller Lite.

    I think if u try this, u might get hooked. You will feeeeeel better too with all the carb crap out of your body. And u will absolutely love the stable blood levels and uniform energy a high protein/fat, low carb diet will give you.

    Good luck!!!!!!!
    thanks....I have a hard time with Beer...too much wheat in it and feel better on Pinot and understand why you mentioned it~
    I do plan to balance my sugar more and go higher on protein to shed the BF so thanks for all of this input

    Quote Originally Posted by Damienm05 View Post
    Looks like day one saw a whopping 50g of protein and just as much sugar. C'mon now.
    OH NO! It will get better....I promise you Damien.....

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    DAY 2:

    Fasted Cardio: 25 minute fast walk

    Post cardio:
    Greek yogurt / 100 calories/ 7 carbs/ 18 protein
    Blueberries
    Splenda

    Meal One:
    Oat Pancakes
    1/3 cup rolled oats
    1/3 cup cottage cheese 2%
    2 egg whites
    sugar free syrup
    Blueberries
    8 oz OJ

    Cardio 2: High Intensity Bike ride 30 minutes

    Meal 2
    1 Egg over easy
    3 strips bacon
    1 piece wheat toast
    sliver butter


    10 minute bike ride
    25 minute dog walk

    Shake:
    Whey 85 calories / 2 carbs/ 20 protein
    Greek Yogurt 50 calories/ 3.5 carbs/ 9 protein
    Blueberries /hand full
    Ice

    Meal 3
    Sesame chicken
    Basmati Rice
    1 glass Pinot Grigio
    Last edited by SlimmerMe; 04-02-2011 at 09:09 PM.

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    Meal one looks better than yesteday but lose the OJ you've got enough fructose from the berries. Not to mention another 4 or 5g's of lactose from cottage cheese. Gettin better though
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    Definitely getting better Slimmer... I haven't forgotten you either btw, just being forced to change my wife's brakes and lay some carpet today, ugh! Checking the board here and there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbrice75 View Post
    Definitely getting better Slimmer... I haven't forgotten you either btw, just being forced to change my wife's brakes and lay some carpet today, ugh! Checking the board here and there.
    Juggling 2 women has never been easy gbrice..lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Timer 42 View Post
    Juggling 2 women has never been easy gbrice..lol
    Lmao, nice one bro! ahhaha!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty51312 View Post
    Meal one looks better than yesteday but lose the OJ you've got enough fructose from the berries. Not to mention another 4 or 5g's of lactose from cottage cheese. Gettin better though
    getting better...thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by gbrice75 View Post
    Definitely getting better Slimmer... I haven't forgotten you either btw, just being forced to change my wife's brakes and lay some carpet today, ugh! Checking the board here and there.
    I know...plus the weekend which I know is FAMILY

    Quote Originally Posted by First Timer 42 View Post
    Juggling 2 women has never been easy gbrice..lol
    LOL! but our man gbrice has his priorities straight

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    Lmao, nice one bro! ahhaha!!
    !!!

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    Congrats on the promotion slimmer. The staff is better with u on it
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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty51312 View Post
    Congrats on the promotion slimmer. The staff is better with u on it
    THANK YOU SO MUCH SCOTTY! I appreciate it. Very kind to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baseline_9 View Post
    Ok slim

    Im gonna keep an eye on this one and i wish you the best of luck...

    Firstly tho I am going to share my brutaly honest opinion... I do not beat around the bush TBH

    Your diet sucks...This is not the support I need as I embark upon a new lifestyle as I am not preparing to get on stage but change my eating habits

    Lets get it uniform...

    Drop the dairy... I dont care if its fat free, it is still an inferior choice

    Change the blueberrys to raspberrys (lower sugar content) Blueberries are my favorite fruit and if I cut that out I am in trouble especially since I do not like raspberries

    Drop the bacon This is rare and might not happen often

    Drop the bread This I knew was not good but did it anyway

    Just drop anything that you cannot kill or grow...

    Kill it - grow it - eat it


    I know u wanna make baby steps but you have 3 months to reach your goal and you need to make a sharp turn soon (like right now) if u really wanna kick ass... I have taken a sharp turn already with the above food. If you had any idea what all I have been eating you would jump thru the computer and grab me and shake me. I need some baby steps to even start this HUGE lifestyle change since I am looking to make better choices so I will do it and stick to it and not look at it as a get thin quick deal but a way of life~

    Good luck girl, you have my support aswell
    I know your intentions are tough love~
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    DAY 3

    Fasted Cardio: 25 minute fast walk

    Meal 1: Post Cardio
    Greek Yogurt 100 calories/ 7 carbs/ 17 protein
    Blueberries
    Splenda

    Meal 2
    Tuna with 1 tablespoon mayo
    1-2 oz Jarlsberg cheese
    Ice-Tea sugar free with a drop of OJ

    Snack: 25 almonds

    Cardio # 2: Speed Walk 35 minutes plus another 10 minutes cool down

    Legs:
    40 squats
    30 side lifts
    20 front lifts

    Shake:
    Oatmeal /maybe 3 tablespoons
    1/2 scoop whey
    Greek Yogurt /maybe 2 tablespoons
    Blueberries /just a few
    splash of milk
    water
    ice

    Meal 3:
    Sesame Chicken
    Avocado/whole very small one
    cucumber salad
    1 glass pinot grigio
    Last edited by SlimmerMe; 04-03-2011 at 10:51 PM.

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    Hey Slimmer, Another day of positive thoughts and positive actions I hope. Are you monitoring your heartrate for your cardio? When are we gonna see ya pumpin some iron?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty51312 View Post
    Hey Slimmer, Another day of positive thoughts and positive actions I hope. Are you monitoring your heartrate for your cardio? When are we gonna see ya pumpin some iron?
    Thanks Scotty...appreciate this.

    I count my heart beats on my neck for monitoring plus I know when I am cardio or not as I have been cardio for quite some time and have it down to a science as far as how I feel. I know when I am low intensity if I can still talk. I am high intensity when my cheeks pump in and out along with my lips as if pumping air into a bike tire!

    The food is my challenge.

    As far as pumping some iron? This will start this coming week. I plan to do so 3 x's a week.

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    Slim, I was having the same thoughts as Baseline.
    But was also thinking along the lines of your answer.

    Without knowing where you come from, itīs impossible to know if the diet you are proposing is a big change for you, and will be a realistic diet to achieve your goal.

    We are all so different. Some can do an intervention diet, some have to do baby steps. Some donīt work and can dedicate all their time to diet and training, others are juggling 2 jobs, kids, and have very little me-time.

    So if you need your fruits, carbs and Pinot at night to stay sane after a stressful day, then u should have it.

    Impossible to critique someones efforts/diet without knowing stats and life style.

    ....so...great job! Keep eliminating the poison little by little (flour, sugar, salt, alcohol) at your own pace.
    Listen to your body when you digest, it will tell you what it likes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by First Timer 42 View Post
    Slim, I was having the same thoughts as Baseline.
    But was also thinking along the lines of your answer.

    Without knowing where you come from, itīs impossible to know if the diet you are proposing is a big change for you, and will be a realistic diet to achieve your goal.

    We are all so different. Some can do an intervention diet, some have to do baby steps. Some donīt work and can dedicate all their time to diet and training, others are juggling 2 jobs, kids, and have very little me-time.

    So if you need your fruits, carbs and Pinot at night to stay sane after a stressful day, then u should have it.

    Impossible to critique someones efforts/diet without knowing stats and life style.

    ....so...great job! Keep eliminating the poison little by little (flour, sugar, salt, alcohol) at your own pace.
    Listen to your body when you digest, it will tell you what it likes.
    Thanks a lot.... First Timer~

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    I just don't see how orange juice, bacon, and bread help keep one sane. I mean, there's plenty of no-cal delicious beverages out there - those calories could be used for more real, good, tasty food - that's sanity. Nutrient dense food = sanity. Especially on a lenient diet. No need to be hungry/crave things - eat more natural food and get creative.

    The blueberries, yogurt and a daily PG glass are fine for a casual dieter but why not try to make a more drastic change? It's self-deprecating to think that just going from bad to average is all you're capable of. No dickishness intended, I think it's great what you're doing and would merely like to see you do it well.
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