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Maintaining your weight

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oneboy3girls Wed 09-Oct-19 15:25:58

I have reached my goal weight and have lost 3 stone on a low carb diet.I would love tips on how others have maintained their weight.I find it anti-social,depressing and difficult at times.Although being a healthy weight is fantastic.I would love to hear your stories.!tia

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lentilsaregreat Sat 12-Oct-19 14:55:16

Hi I have found the best way to maintain is to just stay on the basic low carb diet and gradually increase the amount. I weigh myself once a week give myself 7lb fluctuation and stay within that. if I eat out I order extra veg instead of carbs with whatever I have. don't drink and no pudding. just a starter and mains. if I am at someone's house I just eat whatever is put in front of me . Having lost weight a few times over the years I've realised the only way to keep it off is to keep a close eye on the scales and really change for good how you eat for good. Good luck and well done on your weight loss.

Clipperclopper Tue 15-Oct-19 16:37:02

Low cals 2 days week...normal (not over) the rest. Exercise 3-4 hours week. Presto. Perfect

BIWI Tue 15-Oct-19 16:38:30

You gradually increase your carbs, while keeping an eye on your weight. Once you start to gain weight, that tells you the amount of carbs your body can tolerate.

Congratulations on reaching your target!

AlwaysOnAbloodyDiet Wed 16-Oct-19 12:15:51

I agree with @Clipperclopper
I maintain by doing low calorie Monday & Tuesday, normal Wednesday & Thursday, over on Friday, normal Saturday, probably a little over on Sunday

Exercise to lose but not really needed to maintain, although I walk for enjoyment anyway

It's just something you'll always need to keep an eye on, or else it creeps back on

PurpleDaisies Wed 16-Oct-19 15:16:33

For me it’s exercise all the way with eating sensibly most of the time. I weigh every week and if I’ve gone up by more than a little bit, I watch my diet more closely again.

Rachaelw02 Wed 16-Oct-19 16:29:07

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PurpleDaisies Wed 16-Oct-19 17:20:06

Those diet pills are full of spam.

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