Is this a realistic weight loss goal? a little UPDATE
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Posted: 1/26/2013 11:03:22 AM
I want to loose 40# by June 22. I am a 16/18 and would like to a a 12/14 by then

No weight watchers just doing it myself.

I am cutting out all white stuff, no processed food, only eating a healthy diet of lean protein, fruits, veggies and healthy grains. No artificial sweetener of any kind and lots of water.

Also, portion control as well.

Exercise would be walking and lifting 5# weights.

Is this doable?

I have three weddings to attend this summer and I am sick of being over weight.

I started this healthy living style 2 days ago.

I will be back to this thread later this afternoon.



Another Update:

I am still working hard on my lifestyle change of healthy eating and exercise. I may not lose 40# by June 22, but I have lost 5 inches in my tummy so far.

I feel so much better!!


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Posted: 1/26/2013 11:06:57 AM
Might be a bit high or alot high depending on how old you are. The younger~ the faster. If you were very strict, you should be able to lose 1.5 to 2.o pounds per week, with a bonus amount week one.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 11:18:59 AM
Sounds feasible if you stay on target with your food and exercise and lose about 1-2 pounds per week. If you don't get there exactly, you will definitely feel better and will probably be close. make sure you are exercising strenuously enough to get your heart rate up.

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Posted: 1/26/2013 11:23:58 AM
That's about 20 weeks. So you'd have to consistently lose 2 lbs per week. Don't know how old you are, but I'm 40. And for me to lose that consistently I would have to be SUPER strict. And I don't think I could be that strict for a whole 20 weeks. But maybe you can .

And your walking needs to be sweat-inducing - not just a leisurely stroll .

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Posted: 1/26/2013 11:35:19 AM
I am 5'8 and almost 61 so no young chic with fast metabolism.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 11:38:13 AM
How do you feel about counting calories? I started using my fitness pal six days ago. It took into consideration my age, weight, height and gave me the option of how many pounds I want to lose per week - up to two pounds.

I like it so far and I have the app on my phone and kindle...it's free and has tons of foods in it's database or you can input it yourself. I also like the recipe builder so you can plug a recipe in and it will tell you calories per serving. The phone app also has a barcode scanner.

So in the first six days I've lost 6.8 pounds so far. Counting calories and sticking to my limit helps me. And by default you eat better so that you get the most for your calories count.

I'm sort of in the same place as you...I want to lose about 40 pounds by May/June to get a little weight off and a little healthier before getting pregnant again. Good luck! If you need some moral support just pmail me!


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Posted: 1/26/2013 11:40:56 AM
It's reasonably do-able depending on a lot of 'ifs'. Only you know how strong you can be, if you're likely to stick to those goals you've set yourself etc etc.

Did you decide on 40 pounds because it was a good number or was it based on something else?



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Posted: 1/26/2013 11:42:23 AM
Just saw your last post...my metabolism isn't very good either since I have hypothyroidism. So we're in the same place!



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Posted: 1/26/2013 11:43:05 AM
And yes I would be walking fast after I work up to it. I am starting that today. If I lost 25# then at least I would look and feel better.

Maybe 25 is more realistic. I just want to look better by the first wedding on June 22nd.

Also, this is going to be a lifestyle change. It's looking at clothes to wear for these weddings that have motivated me.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 12:07:45 PM
I have found the Weight Watchers is helping me far more than anything else that I have tried. It is no surprise that it has been listed the top weight loss program in the country for the last 3 years. It is so easy to follow and doable. If you use Weight Watchers or some other way to keep your intake logged it works as a great incentive. The Fitbit is also a good tool to motivate you to move more. Both will help you to lose on a regular basis.




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Posted: 1/26/2013 12:19:47 PM
I did Weight Watchers many years ago and I have such a mental block against it. Plus, WW allows me too much flexibility for now. I know I have to be strict with myself within reason.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 12:24:00 PM
I was not nearly as successful with WW as I have been with eating a mostly fresh diet and tracking my foods and exercising. WW lets you "game" the system too much. Too many opportunities to eat crappy processed food because they're "low points" values. They're still awful for you.

I don't know if it's in your budget, but I would see if you could meet with a trainer for a few sessions at least to come up with an exercise plan that is appropriate for your fitness level. It will really help, I think, if you want to lose that amount of weight in that amount of time.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 12:25:31 PM
Don't underestimate the power of motivation either, it can be a massive help!! That goal of the weddings you're going to will be a strong motivator and maybe you could pin up a picture of the dress you'd like to wear, or something like that since you're a visual person.

Good luck!!


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Posted: 1/26/2013 12:27:32 PM
If you're serious about this:


Also, this is going to be a lifestyle change.


Then don't worry about the number. Just stay the course. I think 25 sounds a little 'safer' if you really need a number for your mental game, given your age and current activity level. Anything more would be a bonus! But if you're going to make this a lifestyle change, rather than a 'diet' then you'll have slip ups along the way. Keep your eye on your goal, but make changes that you know you can keep up with forever. Your goal is to live your life, just in a healthier way. That doesn't mean you'll never eat a spoonful of ice cream. You have a good plan. Just focus on that, and take it one day at a time!


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Posted: 1/26/2013 1:04:43 PM
Ive lost 30 lbs in 5 months before, I think 40 lbs in 4-1/2 months might be a bit much. Set a more reasonable goal, and once you have reached it, keep going.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 1:06:06 PM
Also, I'm not sure you will be able to eat the way you are describing and not feel deprived. WeightWatchers is a good plan because you can eat anything in reasonable amounts.


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It *might* be doable, but even if you don't quite make it, you'll feel better and be closer than you are now. That was the choice I had to make back in the fall. I've been able to lose 35 pounds since September with My Fitness Pal and my Fitbit. I love being able to see the numbers, and it's very motivating for me.

I've focused on eating mostly whole foods, more fruits and veggies, and not telling myself I "can't" have anything, That just makes me want it more. I started by walking, and I just finished ease into 5K. I could barely run for the 60 seconds at the beginning, and I'm only up to 2.5 miles in distance so far. It;s been fun to have clear goals for myself physically because I'd have wimped out a long time ago otherwise. Consistency has been the key. If you fall off, don't let that derail you. Get up, and try again.

I am younger, but all of this has taught me how much better I can feel. I still have a long way to go to be where I want to be, but I'm glad I'm 35 lbs closer to my goal! Anyway, just wanted to encourage you. If I can do it, then anyone can!


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Posted: 1/26/2013 1:40:09 PM
I wanted to comment on the dress size thing. I was smack into an 18 when I started eating better three months ago and have been smack in a 14 for about a month now. It only took 15 pounds to get there. Over the holidays. So given that, I think, size wise, it is very doable.

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If you learn best by visual cues, try getting a fitbit. It logs all your activitiy and when you log what you eat and it shows very clearly where you are for the day.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 1:54:51 PM
Doable - any more or any faster would tip it into too much, IMHO... Don't stress out too much about the scale number if you're starting out and exercise program at the same time... The whole gaining muscle thing - you'll drop the sizes but the numbers might be frustrating to watch...lol My Fitness Pal is great for tracking... Easy, free, can add friends for support, and if you have the app you can take scan the barcode on a food and add it that way...


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Posted: 1/26/2013 2:05:58 PM

WW lets you "game" the system too much. Too many opportunities to eat crappy processed food because they're "low points" values. They're still awful for you.


If you choose to eat crappy processed food, that's a personal choice, not a problem with WW overall. WW has been really successful for me because I do not *have* to eat anything processed in order to lose weight. I eat real food every day and manage to stay full and energetic without resorting to 'diet' foods. For people who have never imagined a way of eating without processed foods, WW allows them to portion control that stuff so they don't feel like everything they've ever liked has to be thrown out the window.

WW isn't the best fit for everyone but I have never felt pushed to eat processed anything on the program. When I attended meetings, the leaders always gave me a lot of positive feedback about the lack of junk on my tracker. One said, "This is how we want people to eat but almost no one does."

In any case, exactly 2 lb per week for 20 weeks in a row is very ambitious and maybe not realistic on any program that is sensible and healthy. You didn't gain that 40 lbs in 20 weeks, why would you expect it to come off in that time?


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Posted: 1/26/2013 3:01:39 PM
I think 40 may be a bit unrealistic now that you all have stated what you have to me. I think I will shoot for 25 or maybe 30.

I do not want to get hung up on the scale #. That has been a huge downfall in the past so I think we will just see how it goes with exercise and a healthy eating plan.

I am not telling myself that I "can't" have certain foods because if I get too hung up on that, it will be all I want to eat. I read a good Clean Eating magazine today at the hair salon and it was very motivating as well.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 3:02:45 PM
It could be doable for some but I lose very slowly. Twenty would be a better goal for me.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 3:06:18 PM
Caro, 40lbs in 6 months is very doable, but most people are more successful when they look towards shorter-term goals. Count your calories, eat at a deficit and, over time, the weight will come off.

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Posted: 1/26/2013 3:14:26 PM
weight train burn more then cardio work outs. (That is what my trainer said). I would add cardio about 30 mins and add higher weight training. I be for a heath problem took over. I was doing 100-160 pounds weight tanning on my lower body and doing 10-25# weight on the upper body . Most gym will let you meet with a trainer when you join.

Portion control is a big point also get a food scale. It showed me quite a lot about size.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 3:21:01 PM
It could be but if you don't make it I highly doubt you will feel bad where you are unless you do nothing. You might hit it and if not them 20-35 probably feels like a nice place to be too. It is a journey not a race.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 3:37:05 PM
Julie, you are so right, it is a journey. I am realistic enough to know I need to make this a whole body change.

5# weights are all I can do at this time. Maybe if I get going with it all I can increase the weights.

I will not be joining a gym so it has to be on my own and walking with the occasional buddy who walks/runs. She will push me.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 3:37:43 PM

I wanted to comment on the dress size thing. I was smack into an 18 when I started eating better three months ago and have been smack in a 14 for about a month now. It only took 15 pounds to get there. Over the holidays. So given that, I think, size wise, it is very doable.



On the flip side of this, I started in an 18 (some 16s, depending on brand). 35 pounds later, and I'm still comfortable in a 14. Some are loose, but I don't think I could get into a 12. I've gone from XXL or XL shirts to all L shirts. Yet when I was last measured (about 10 pounds ago), I haven't lost anything in my bra size (band or cup). How does that even happen? I wouldn't mind dropping a band and a cup size!

I'm only 20 pounds from my WW 'goal', which is now I know that my WW goal isn't going to be my personal goal. I'll be a healthy weight, but I don't want to still be in a 12! I so wish I could drop 2 sizes with a 15 pound loss.


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Posted: 1/26/2013 3:40:20 PM

I was not nearly as successful with WW as I have been with eating a mostly fresh diet and tracking my foods and exercising. WW lets you "game" the system too much. Too many opportunities to eat crappy processed food because they're "low points" values. They're still awful for you.


My guess is that you did WW on the old Points plan? Because the Points Plus that was introduced last year gets you away from that, unless you really WANT to eat processed crap. That's why a banana is 0 points and a 100 calorie snack pack is usually 3 now. They realized people were doing what you said, so they revamped it. I eat MUCH healthier now on WW, but I do agree that what you mentioned was what a lot of people (me included) did on the old plan.


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Posted: 1/27/2013 11:31:52 AM
I think it would be really hard to do - I am 55 and the weight just doesn't come off like it when I was younger! I have a hard time even losing 5 lbs. but nothing ventured nothing gained(or lost) So go for it ever lb gone is a good one!

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Posted: 1/27/2013 12:26:50 PM
Yes it could be, however I would suggest your breaking it down into monthly goals. Try to aim for 5-10 lbs a month, or 2 lbs a week.

Best way to lose weight is cutting out fats and carbs, eat a lot of vegetables and lean food like fish.

My personal favorite is doing Cardio. Some of the best ways are dancing, Treadmill, and Stationary Bike.

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Posted: 1/27/2013 12:37:48 PM
It may be a bit ambitious. However -

If you try, you'll at least be closer than you are now! In other words, you may or may not hit 40#, but if you don't try, you'll just be where you are right now!


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Posted: 1/27/2013 1:01:45 PM
I think 1lb a week is a good # to shoot for -some weeks you will only lose half that, others you may lose 1.5 -- good luck!






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Posted: 1/28/2013 5:26:54 PM
If you drink soda cut that out ... you can lose a lot of weight by removing soda from your life completely. 40 pounds in 5 months is a little extreme but if you are really, really strict it might be doable. Good luck.


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Posted: 1/28/2013 9:16:50 PM
I lost 20 lbs last summer and dropped from a size 10 to a size 6. My guess is that you will drop inches as quick or quicker than pounds if eating healthy.

I recommend My Fitness Pal app to keep you accountable. It tracks inches and pounds and calories.


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Posted: 1/28/2013 9:26:50 PM
I agree that goal may be a tad high, but you can get close. Last year on Jan 10 2012 I joined WW. By middle of July last summer, I had lost 34 pounds. That was only doing WW, not including any added exercise. Good luck!



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Posted: 2/3/2013 6:29:10 PM
That is an awesome update!!!! Happy for you!!!

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Posted: 2/3/2013 8:39:18 PM
Great update...I tend to have a sweet tooth.... Ok, I don't "tend" to have one, I really, really do have one. The only thing I fing helps get rid of that craving is to eat more protein. For example, if I have Two boiled eggs and a 1/2 cup of cottage cheese for breakfast, I don't crave sweets a few hours later...but if I have a bowl of Fibre 1 for breakfast, then an hour later I want sugar.........

More protein is what I find helpful,,,,,cottage cheese, hard boiled eggs, unsalted almonds, greek yogurt made with skim milk 0% mf has the most proien per serving I find.

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Posted: 3/20/2013 12:07:05 PM

If you try, you'll at least be closer than you are now! In other words, you may or may not hit 40#, but if you don't try, you'll just be where you are right now!




I find this so inspirational.


I lost 20 lbs last summer and dropped from a size 10 to a size 6.


I lost 16 pounds and am THE EXACT SAME SIZE!!! Seriously no lie. You know what has gotten smaller so far? My face (nice!) and my feet (WTH??)



How are you doing OP?




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Posted: 3/20/2013 12:21:36 PM
Thank you for the update. It's difficult to lose weight and I commend you for the 5 inch girth reduction. I keep trying and not succeeding so to me your achievement is wonderful. Enjoy those summer weddings!

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Posted: 3/20/2013 12:47:09 PM
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