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Maintaining Weight loss

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ppeatfruit Tue 22-May-18 11:44:45

redwine Look at the Paul Mackenna way of eating. I have lost 3 stone , not as much as you (congrats btw!) but I have to maintain with the diet that worked for me;. Paul Mackenna. I Can Make You Thin. I wanted to be slim not thin and it's worked!!

It's brill because there are no syns or CC or weighing of food etc. you change your whole attitude to food , eat when you're hungry (ONLY) BUT you eat slowly really tasting and enjoying the food, sitting down with a plate etc. not in front of a screen. That way you learn what your body is telling you , the full feeling. and then you stop. Even if you leave food on the plate . There's a thread on here , we're very friendly and supportive!

redwinelove Tue 22-May-18 11:17:50

Thanks! I think I’m always going to be the overnight person in the slimmer body if you know what I mean. I think I have beaten my old habits but occasionally I slip up then feel like it’s the end of the world. It’s ridiculous!

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DuchyDuke Tue 22-May-18 11:06:13

Maintaining is hard. If you haven’t fixed the reasons why you became overweight in the first place, it will be a constant battle to maintain. I treat it like a lifetime diet.

redwinelove Tue 22-May-18 11:03:54

A couple of years ago I lost around 5 stone and now sit between 811-9 stone after 10 years of being super over weight.
I’m finding it a real mental effort everyday to stick to this weight. I’m constantly thinking about it.
Does anyone find it maintaining hard? Is it an effort?
Or has it just come naturally?

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