- Corpulent Collective 2018
If that’s to be adopted, I’ll have to brush up on my quantum theory, since it’s relativistic. Losing 1/25 of a Jamie this week might be 1/24 another week based on his pie constant.
13st 8.5 for me again. Bearable, not done much exercise this week (pulled hamstring) mmmm…. ham, that’s almost….bacon!Posted 1 month agogrenosteveSubscriber
Went up a tiny bit this week, but no surprised as the weather has prevented much riding, and I’m sure last week was a de-hydrated false low (was happy to take it at the time though! 😀 ) last weekend was a bit of a binge too. 😳
Sort of good news (I think!), I’ve not eaten meat this year. Didn’t set out to, but just happened with healthy eating, though I’ve decided to continue with it now.Posted 1 month agorhinofiveMember
is anyone else actually coming to enjoy the constant feeling of what I can only assume is hunger?
as someone who works 12 steps away from my fridge full of cheese, I’m hoping I can train my brain to like the hunger pangs as much as it does lovely cheese.
oh god I miss cheese……….Posted 1 month ago
How is everyone doing in terms of mood? I’ve found myself to be a little snappy sometimes, hangry, if you will.
I’ve tried to time it so I have my snack calories around the time I pick the children up from daycare so I
don’t go mental at the little sh*tscan play with them TO THE MAX but occasionally it’s very tough!
Edit: @rhino5, have a meal off, eat what you want. Play the long game!Posted 1 month ago
I had a pizza so greasy yesterday I am working on the theory it’s just going to slide right out of me today, thus gaining zero calories.
Go directly to toilet. Do not pass stomach. Do not collect any calories.
Also, as a non drinker I went crazy last night and had a can of Waitrose cloudy lemonade. Checked the label after drinking and it has nearly 40grams if sugar. Sweet Jesus.
Edit: No wood fired artisanal sourdough bizznizz here…
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Just off target, but happy with that as I had increased in week1. I haven’t done as much exercise as I’d like, been naughty with snacks and had an Xmas meal last week so not complaining. Off for another Xmas meal tonight so hopefully more discipline next week should get me on track.Posted 1 month ago
Only complication is my wife’s 2nd round of chemo this week so will be ripe for comfort eating.
I did 1200 kcals for a couple of weeks before going on a beach hol earlier this year. It was AWFUL. I don’t think I could function on 1000. Good for initial weightloss, but presumably this isn’t a long term thing dirkpitt? Or maybe you bike so much you actually eat quite a bit?
Not having a go, genuinely interested.Posted 1 month ago
I do 1500 during the week, mon-thu, and that’s mainly through one meal. Guess similar can be achieved with 1000, but not sure how healthy or sustainable it is.
Although, if I remember right, that Newcastle diabetes diet is 600 or 800 for 8 weeks, and that seems to help people in the data that’s come out of trials.Posted 1 month agodirkpitt74Subscriber
I hadn’t planned to consume that little all week, it just worked out like that. Have also spent most of my week sat on my arse in meetings and not doing much exercise.Posted 1 month ago
My target intake is around 1500-1850 Cal’s/day with a bit of exercise thrown in too.
So yesterday was around 2000 Cal’s.
I had a big greasy burger and chips Friday and ate most of a bag of toffee popcorn to myself yesterday 😳
I seem to have problems with weekends 😆 managed to get things to balance by the end of the week last time so just got to be good the rest of the week and should be alrightPosted 1 month ago
I hadn’t planned to consume that little all week, it just worked out like that.
Ah right, fair enough.
Still aiming for 1700/day here. Seems to be providing a steady 1lb loss per week, but work shifts and weather mean that this week I’ll get a decent amount of biking done, so it will be interesting to see how that effects both hunger and weightloss.Posted 1 month ago
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