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GRANDMABABA SparkPoints: (127,947)
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4/5/12 8:55 A

You are losing very fast. That is so exciting. Hope you are eating well so all your body systems can thrive along the way. Good luck on getting all the way to that ultimate goal. Just don't try to do it all in one day!

MCNC72 Posts: 123
4/5/12 12:57 A

great - but, eat healthy!

SANDRALUVSLON SparkPoints: (35,393)
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4/4/12 2:39 P

I'm glad you're starting to add food.

YELLOWDAHLIA SparkPoints: (86,605)
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4/4/12 10:17 A

Wow...cool!

MRBRIGHTSIDE84 SparkPoints: (79)
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4/4/12 9:58 A

Well, I am startin to add stuff, like breakfast I'm addin a banana with cereal, and im gonna try to start havin a yogurt (choboni) with my lunch.

TRYINGHARD54 Posts: 3,353
4/4/12 5:40 A

good work.. but thats pretty fast, please be careful

RENEA30 SparkPoints: (9,259)
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4/3/12 3:36 P

How do you keep from getting hungry?


MKUP213 SparkPoints: (532)
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4/3/12 12:51 P

Congratulations........I only wish it was coming off that fast. Not that it matters but are you a male or female. I only ask becauase of your username and of course men always lose faster than women. Just does NOT seem fair though...

SUNSHINESKYWAY Posts: 549
4/3/12 11:57 A

That's a lot of weight. I lost 70 lbs in 6 weeks once, but that was right after having my 1st child, and I was 20 (age was on my side :0)

LILSVENSK Posts: 1
4/2/12 12:30 A

Congratulations! Way to go!

I have been working toward my goal to lose 40 lbs. since last July and I'm still 30 lbs. away!

SANDRALUVSLON SparkPoints: (35,393)
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3/31/12 8:09 P

Congrats Mrbrightside. Are you eating enough though? My calorie range is from around 1600 to 2000 and I only want to lose 15 pounds. Be careful you don't want to slow your metabolism and put your body into starvation mode.



PHOENIX1982 Posts: 353
3/30/12 1:57 P

Um going by what you've written as your intake you are eating well under 1000 calories per day..that's not exactly healthy...
Congratulations on your success, but I worry that you will not be able to maintain it and are damaging your body and metabolism by using such drastically low food intake to reach your goals..

LILBIT-2008 Posts: 557
3/30/12 1:09 P

Super Job Mrbrightside84. Way to Go!

SOFT_VAL67 Posts: 2,455
3/30/12 12:51 P

Where do you live? Do you wanna be my trainer/life coach, haha....

MRBRIGHTSIDE84 SparkPoints: (79)
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3/30/12 12:36 P

All I did, was change what I eat.
I only drink water, breakfast i'll have a bowl of bran flakes.
Lunch, light turkey breast lunnch meta on 1 slice of whole wheat break with some mustard
dinner will be chicken of fish, with a good side of vegetables, and 2 tablespoons of unsweetened apple sauce.
Also I walk and jog 3.5 miles almost everyday.

Also I reached 250 today :) time to change the goal to 200!

SOFT_VAL67 Posts: 2,455
3/29/12 8:19 P

am i wrong, or is some kind of weight loss surgery involved here?

HELLA_FINE SparkPoints: (1,037)
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3/29/12 6:19 P

Um...how'd you do that?

LOVELYDOES SparkPoints: (3,685)
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3/27/12 11:24 P

Wow.

NICOLEB1977 SparkPoints: (5,605)
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3/27/12 11:12 P

That seems very fast.... Are you doing this the healthy way? Congrats by the way!!

MRBRIGHTSIDE84 SparkPoints: (79)
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3/27/12 3:09 P

So awesome, I am only 4 pounds away from the goal I put on here!
Jan 27th I was 319, Today I am 254!!
Of course tho, the main goal is 200, which I will set once i reach 250.

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