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lowcalCOD Mon 10-Jan-05 08:31:50

ok please post name
starting weight and current weight
a nd target
( oh and weakness too)

10 5
10 3/4
aim 9 12
weakness post supper picking

tiredemma Mon 10-Jan-05 08:35:37

8st 11
still 8st 11 but trying desperatly hard
aim 7st 5
weakness food in general.

Lowryn Mon 10-Jan-05 08:36:30

Alright coddy...

Start 12 1
Current 12 1
Target 10
weakness...boredom picking, chocs, biscuits, crisps and comfort eating

flatmouse Mon 10-Jan-05 08:37:36

Flatmouse (now ever so slightly flatter....)
today (Monday is weigh in day) 12.12
Target... 10.7? [hopeful emoticon]

weakness - alchohol & savoury food (and other things but not really relevant!)

GreatBigFatHeiferEnid Mon 10-Jan-05 08:51:37

11 6
11 three quarters (shock - but have had AF)
aim: 10 6
weakness: kids tea picking/large portions

GreatBigFatHeiferEnid Mon 10-Jan-05 08:52:44

oh and I am 5 8 high if that helps to visualise in all my lardy glory

lowcalCOD Mon 10-Jan-05 09:01:03

welcome l !!

will post diet guidelines in a min

Hulababy Mon 10-Jan-05 09:01:34

I want to lose up to 2 stone, but not up to posting weight in public just yet! Started last Tuesday and had lost 2.5lbs by Friday. Next weigh in is Friday again for me. My weakness is just eating the wrong food, especially when busy. Have to stop resorting to take outs and pizza! Following WW points, and started att he gym.

chocfreeclary Mon 10-Jan-05 09:03:35

ok girls
?? 10st 7 or so
target 9st 7
have no scales still but may buy some today.
skimmed thread for weekend and you have all done very well (Old Mr Grace voice)
I had a bad w/end as had friends for dinner sat om but no wine (for me!!) and resisted yummy choc mousse i had made (ate cheesecake tho).
Also it was my b/day yesterday so marked the occasion with takeawy (sorry coddy)
left at least half of it tho.
Better today, cereal and fruit so far
weakness is cakes and chocolate (hence name)

lowcalCOD Mon 10-Jan-05 09:15:26

lol at mr grace

ok rules are - girls repeat after me

(in mrs slocombe voice)

lowcalCOD Mon 10-Jan-05 09:17:30

no bread for lunch
booze only on a fri or sat ( one bltottle in total)
no takeaways
no spuds

GreatBigFatHeiferEnid Mon 10-Jan-05 09:21:35

do baked sweet potatoes count?

lowcalCOD Mon 10-Jan-05 09:26:51

am not sure
will ahev to consult my calorie guru and get backt o you

FatFluckerFio Mon 10-Jan-05 09:41:05

am def going to ww tommorrow now....
had bran flakes for breakfast and cup of tea

BearessLite Mon 10-Jan-05 09:41:45

Was 10st 7lbs starting - but it was the end of a lardy day when I weighed in and had trackies and t-shirt on. So I think 10st 4lbs is a better indicator.
Now 10st 1lb.
Want to be 9 st 5lbs.
Weakness: Everything. Seriously.

FatFluckerFio Mon 10-Jan-05 09:43:57

and you are all miles lighter than me!

BearessLite Mon 10-Jan-05 09:45:12

Enid - are you saying you have lost 5.25 lbs? That's wicked!

lowcalCOD Mon 10-Jan-05 09:49:02

and may i sya there were no porridge oats in our house this am so I has toast
well its a crap breakfast
ia m hungry already

lowcalCOD Mon 10-Jan-05 09:52:05

sorry enid
"Sweet Potatoes
Diet Nutrition
Sweet potatoes are marginally higher in calories than white potatoes. They contain large amounts of beta-carotene and other carotenoids which gives them exceptional anti-cancer properties. Sweet Potatoes also contain vitamin C and vitamin E.

Highly recommended


lowcalCOD Mon 10-Jan-05 09:52:22

so good for nati cancer but crap fro diet

FatFluckerFio Mon 10-Jan-05 09:53:27

swede is better, dont even need a butter to mash it

lowcalCOD Mon 10-Jan-05 09:59:48

yes but enid is " swde averse"

it does make youfart fro britain

iota Mon 10-Jan-05 09:59:52

morning ladies
was 11.10
now 11.8 - hooray
Target 10 st or under

weakness - dh leading me into temptation, esp with alcohol.

BTW I'm doing what I call healthy eating, but had a freebie about the GI diet in the Sunday Times, and it seemes to be exactly what I'm on. Basically it's avoiding high fat, high sugar and processed carbs - e.g. white bread (granary bread is OK).

simple and non restrictive - it's the diet for me

lowcalCOD Mon 10-Jan-05 10:00:28

I think I need to speak to dh iota
threadten him wiht the codfactor

iota Mon 10-Jan-05 10:01:45

he was thrusting cheese and biscuits under my nose about 9 pm last night - to go with the glass of wine I was drinking (none on Sat)

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