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Old September 9th, 2010, 08:39 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
pintlar
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Default continuing loss problem

It has been 16 months since I started my WW type diet. I went from 275 to
175 in about 10 months.
Lately my weight has dropped to 171 which is under the 177 I wished to
maintain.
I am not eating that much but since I got 'scared' (Dr's appointment in 10
day) I started to eat bad food first 2 orders of french fries in 16 months.
And 3 soft ice cream cones (1st also).
Is this common for the weight loss to continue?
My basic diet is very changed from my 275 lifestyle, and my stomach has
shrunk considerably, I would imagine, as I don't have that hugh appetite
anymore.
Anyway, on the 20th the Dr. will let me know. Oh yeah, 73 years old too.
Could be anything.
My physical a year ago gave me a perfect score.


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Old September 14th, 2010, 03:01 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
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I hope everything turns out okay. Since you know how to track, maybe
you could use this to add some high points foods. Let us know how
this comes along.
Hugs,
Cat


On Sep 9, 3:39*pm, "Pintlar" wrote:
It has been 16 months since I started my WW type diet. *I went from 275 to
175 in about 10 months.
Lately my weight has dropped to 171 which is under the 177 I wished to
maintain.
I am not eating that much but since I got 'scared' (Dr's appointment in 10
day) I started to eat bad food first 2 orders of french fries in 16 months.
And 3 soft ice cream cones (1st also).
Is this common for the weight loss to continue?
My basic diet is very changed from my 275 lifestyle, and my stomach has
shrunk considerably, I would imagine, as I don't have that hugh appetite
anymore.
Anyway, on the 20th the Dr. will let me know. Oh yeah, 73 years old too.
Could be anything.
My physical a year ago gave me a perfect score.


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Old July 27th, 2011, 09:47 AM
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Old September 19th, 2010, 05:02 AM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
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Default continuing loss problem

i have talked to a lot of people and it seems if one continues to lose and
the individual is otherwise healthy its because you are actually moving
more, Lee
"Pintlar" wrote in message
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It has been 16 months since I started my WW type diet. I went from 275 to
175 in about 10 months.
Lately my weight has dropped to 171 which is under the 177 I wished to
maintain.
I am not eating that much but since I got 'scared' (Dr's appointment in 10
day) I started to eat bad food first 2 orders of french fries in 16
months. And 3 soft ice cream cones (1st also).
Is this common for the weight loss to continue?
My basic diet is very changed from my 275 lifestyle, and my stomach has
shrunk considerably, I would imagine, as I don't have that hugh appetite
anymore.
Anyway, on the 20th the Dr. will let me know. Oh yeah, 73 years old too.
Could be anything.
My physical a year ago gave me a perfect score.



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Old October 11th, 2010, 11:50 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
pintlar
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Default All is well now

All is well. I ate like a pig for a few days and started putting the weight
back on. 177 was my target weight, but I went down to 170. Then it started
coming up. I couldn't get to see my Dr. for 15 days, and by 7 days I was at
177 again. So I canceled the Dr. appointment and I have now been bouncing
between 172 and 179. One day of salads gets about 2.5 pounds off me the next
day. Especially on a day when I take my prescribed 'water pill'.
What a different life style this is. I have people talking to me
that would have snubbed me before. Especially strangers. Friends now want
to chat... not just say hello. I can't believe how much energy I have, but
I have a extremely noticable reduction in strength. I used to be a bull
(ironworker) and could easily lift and carry a 214 pound acetelene tank.
Now a 96 pound bag of portland cement has me maxed out.
. . . . . One fabulous program. Thanks to one an all who advised me in
April of 2009.
***********************
"Storrmmee" wrote in message
...
i have talked to a lot of people and it seems if one continues to lose and
the individual is otherwise healthy its because you are actually moving
more, Lee
"Pintlar" wrote in message
...





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Old October 12th, 2010, 12:05 AM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers
Storrmmee
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good for you, Lee
"Pintlar" wrote in message
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All is well. I ate like a pig for a few days and started putting the
weight back on. 177 was my target weight, but I went down to 170. Then
it started coming up. I couldn't get to see my Dr. for 15 days, and by 7
days I was at 177 again. So I canceled the Dr. appointment and I have now
been bouncing between 172 and 179. One day of salads gets about 2.5 pounds
off me the next day. Especially on a day when I take my prescribed 'water
pill'.
What a different life style this is. I have people talking to me
that would have snubbed me before. Especially strangers. Friends now want
to chat... not just say hello. I can't believe how much energy I have,
but I have a extremely noticable reduction in strength. I used to be a
bull (ironworker) and could easily lift and carry a 214 pound acetelene
tank. Now a 96 pound bag of portland cement has me maxed out.
. . . . . One fabulous program. Thanks to one an all who advised me in
April of 2009.
***********************
"Storrmmee" wrote in message
...
i have talked to a lot of people and it seems if one continues to lose and
the individual is otherwise healthy its because you are actually moving
more, Lee
"Pintlar" wrote in message
...







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Old April 19th, 2011, 06:05 AM
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hello.There is problem with my cousin that his weight is losing day by day. He started a gym last month and start to do exercise so with this his weight start to reduce but now he left the gym but he is feeling very weak because his weight can't stop to reducing. Give me some tips about him that what should he do for it. Thanks
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Old March 30th, 2012, 08:44 AM
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Thank you so much for sharing your views
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Old April 29th, 2011, 06:52 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Pintlar View Post
It has been 16 months since I started my WW type diet. I went from 275 to
175 in about 10 months.
Lately my weight has dropped to 171 which is under the 177 I wished to
maintain.
I am not eating that much but since I got 'scared' (Dr's appointment in 10
day) I started to eat bad food first 2 orders of french fries in 16 months.
And 3 soft ice cream cones (1st also).
Is this common for the weight loss to continue?
My basic diet is very changed from my 275 lifestyle, and my stomach has
shrunk considerably, I would imagine, as I don't have that hugh appetite
anymore.
Anyway, on the 20th the Dr. will let me know. Oh yeah, 73 years old too.
Could be anything.
My physical a year ago gave me a perfect score.

Hey Pintlar that's really good to know that you come down from 275 to 175 and know to 171.... I really impressed by your working and appreciated you on this one effort.... Keep it up and carry one you will do that to maintain your weight on your own choice .......
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