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Old July 8th, 2009, 02:42 AM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers,alt.support.diet
doug lerner
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Default Doug's Week 1 status report (again)

Seems like old times. sigh

Well, there's nothing to do but try again after losing 101.6 lb and
then regaining it all is there?

So I started my low-calorie, WW-like diet again last week and just
finished my 1st week.

Some daily stats to get me back in the journaling mood:

7/1 126.4 kg 1700 calories
7/2 126.4 kg 2019 cal
7/3 125.8 kg 1668 cal
7/4 126.2 kg 1303 cal
7/5 125.6 kg 1271 cal
7/6 125.8 kg 1714 cal
7/7 125.4 kg 1834 cal
7/8 125.4 kg (end of week 1)

Loss for week: 1.0 kg = 2.2 lb
Average daily calories: 1644 cal (just under my goal of keeping under
1700 cal/day on average)

I use a weekly "bonus calorie" buffer during the week to draw from and
add back to so I don't have to strictly observe the 1700 limit on any
particular day. That is psychologically helpful.

Notes:

1. The first few days were, as usual, sort of hard. Then I fell into a
routine and the last 4 days I didn't mind staying on the diet.

2. I didn't do any exercise to speak of. I know I need to add that in.

3. Since I lost 2.2 lb that means a deficit of 3500 calories x 2.2 lb
= 7700 calories for the week = a reduction of 1100 calories per day
from my "maintenance weight." So my maintenance calories with my
current metabolism must be about 2744 calories per day. At a starting
weight of 126.4 kg = 278 lb that means I currently need only about 9.9
calories per lb to maintain my weight. That is fairly low. If I can do
exercise and build up some muscle mass that should help improve my
metabolism and maybe I can get that up to like 12 calories per lb per
day, which should help improve weight loss.

doug
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Old July 8th, 2009, 07:40 AM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers,alt.support.diet
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Default Doug's Week 1 status report (again)

doug lerner wrote:
Seems like old times. sigh

Well, there's nothing to do but try again after losing 101.6 lb and
then regaining it all is there?

So I started my low-calorie, WW-like diet again last week and just
finished my 1st week.

Some daily stats to get me back in the journaling mood:

7/1 126.4 kg 1700 calories
7/2 126.4 kg 2019 cal
7/3 125.8 kg 1668 cal
7/4 126.2 kg 1303 cal
7/5 125.6 kg 1271 cal
7/6 125.8 kg 1714 cal
7/7 125.4 kg 1834 cal
7/8 125.4 kg (end of week 1)

Loss for week: 1.0 kg = 2.2 lb
Average daily calories: 1644 cal (just under my goal of keeping under
1700 cal/day on average)

I use a weekly "bonus calorie" buffer during the week to draw from and
add back to so I don't have to strictly observe the 1700 limit on any
particular day. That is psychologically helpful.

Notes:

1. The first few days were, as usual, sort of hard. Then I fell into a
routine and the last 4 days I didn't mind staying on the diet.

2. I didn't do any exercise to speak of. I know I need to add that in.

3. Since I lost 2.2 lb that means a deficit of 3500 calories x 2.2 lb
= 7700 calories for the week = a reduction of 1100 calories per day
from my "maintenance weight." So my maintenance calories with my
current metabolism must be about 2744 calories per day. At a starting
weight of 126.4 kg = 278 lb that means I currently need only about 9.9
calories per lb to maintain my weight. That is fairly low. If I can do
exercise and build up some muscle mass that should help improve my
metabolism and maybe I can get that up to like 12 calories per lb per
day, which should help improve weight loss.

doug


Sounds waaaay too complex for me! But if that's what it takes and you
are happy doing it like this, then good: sounds like you have got your
head round it again. Well done.

Good loss, too.

I dunno what I lost this week as the battery in the scales has died!
Himself replaced it, but it was a bit late by then. Ne'er mind, I'll
get there.

Waist is still at 32", so 4" to go...

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Old July 8th, 2009, 12:37 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers,alt.support.diet
Stormmee
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Default Doug's Week 1 status report (again)

I am so glad you are starting again, good for you, Lee
"doug lerner" wrote in message
...
Seems like old times. sigh

Well, there's nothing to do but try again after losing 101.6 lb and
then regaining it all is there?

So I started my low-calorie, WW-like diet again last week and just
finished my 1st week.

Some daily stats to get me back in the journaling mood:

7/1 126.4 kg 1700 calories
7/2 126.4 kg 2019 cal
7/3 125.8 kg 1668 cal
7/4 126.2 kg 1303 cal
7/5 125.6 kg 1271 cal
7/6 125.8 kg 1714 cal
7/7 125.4 kg 1834 cal
7/8 125.4 kg (end of week 1)

Loss for week: 1.0 kg = 2.2 lb
Average daily calories: 1644 cal (just under my goal of keeping under
1700 cal/day on average)

I use a weekly "bonus calorie" buffer during the week to draw from and
add back to so I don't have to strictly observe the 1700 limit on any
particular day. That is psychologically helpful.

Notes:

1. The first few days were, as usual, sort of hard. Then I fell into a
routine and the last 4 days I didn't mind staying on the diet.

2. I didn't do any exercise to speak of. I know I need to add that in.

3. Since I lost 2.2 lb that means a deficit of 3500 calories x 2.2 lb
= 7700 calories for the week = a reduction of 1100 calories per day
from my "maintenance weight." So my maintenance calories with my
current metabolism must be about 2744 calories per day. At a starting
weight of 126.4 kg = 278 lb that means I currently need only about 9.9
calories per lb to maintain my weight. That is fairly low. If I can do
exercise and build up some muscle mass that should help improve my
metabolism and maybe I can get that up to like 12 calories per lb per
day, which should help improve weight loss.

doug



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Old July 8th, 2009, 01:35 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers,alt.support.diet
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Default Doug's Week 1 status report (again)

On Jul 8, 3:40*pm, Kate XXXXXX
wrote:

Sounds waaaay too complex for me! *But if that's what it takes and you
are happy doing it like this, then good: sounds like you have got your
head round it again. *Well done.


It's just simple calorie journaling. It's no more complicated than
journaling Weight Watchers points.

I think it's 99% basically the same as Weight Watchers, except using
calories instead of WW points.

doug
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Old July 11th, 2009, 07:18 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers,alt.support.diet
Brenda Silvey
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Default Doug's Week 1 status report (again)

Hi Lee,

It's certainly been a long time since I've been on here. Nice to
see a few of you are still here.

~Brenda~


"Stormmee" wrote in message
...
I am so glad you are starting again, good for you, Lee
"doug lerner" wrote in message
...
Seems like old times. sigh

Well, there's nothing to do but try again after losing 101.6 lb and
then regaining it all is there?

So I started my low-calorie, WW-like diet again last week and just
finished my 1st week.

Some daily stats to get me back in the journaling mood:

7/1 126.4 kg 1700 calories
7/2 126.4 kg 2019 cal
7/3 125.8 kg 1668 cal
7/4 126.2 kg 1303 cal
7/5 125.6 kg 1271 cal
7/6 125.8 kg 1714 cal
7/7 125.4 kg 1834 cal
7/8 125.4 kg (end of week 1)

Loss for week: 1.0 kg = 2.2 lb
Average daily calories: 1644 cal (just under my goal of keeping under
1700 cal/day on average)

I use a weekly "bonus calorie" buffer during the week to draw from and
add back to so I don't have to strictly observe the 1700 limit on any
particular day. That is psychologically helpful.

Notes:

1. The first few days were, as usual, sort of hard. Then I fell into a
routine and the last 4 days I didn't mind staying on the diet.

2. I didn't do any exercise to speak of. I know I need to add that in.

3. Since I lost 2.2 lb that means a deficit of 3500 calories x 2.2 lb
= 7700 calories for the week = a reduction of 1100 calories per day
from my "maintenance weight." So my maintenance calories with my
current metabolism must be about 2744 calories per day. At a starting
weight of 126.4 kg = 278 lb that means I currently need only about 9.9
calories per lb to maintain my weight. That is fairly low. If I can do
exercise and build up some muscle mass that should help improve my
metabolism and maybe I can get that up to like 12 calories per lb per
day, which should help improve weight loss.

doug




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Old July 11th, 2009, 07:19 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers,alt.support.diet
Brenda Silvey
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Default Doug's Week 1 status report (again)

Great start to getting back on track Doug! Keep up the
good work!

~Brenda~


"doug lerner" wrote in message
...
Seems like old times. sigh

Well, there's nothing to do but try again after losing 101.6 lb and
then regaining it all is there?

So I started my low-calorie, WW-like diet again last week and just
finished my 1st week.

Some daily stats to get me back in the journaling mood:

7/1 126.4 kg 1700 calories
7/2 126.4 kg 2019 cal
7/3 125.8 kg 1668 cal
7/4 126.2 kg 1303 cal
7/5 125.6 kg 1271 cal
7/6 125.8 kg 1714 cal
7/7 125.4 kg 1834 cal
7/8 125.4 kg (end of week 1)

Loss for week: 1.0 kg = 2.2 lb
Average daily calories: 1644 cal (just under my goal of keeping under
1700 cal/day on average)

I use a weekly "bonus calorie" buffer during the week to draw from and
add back to so I don't have to strictly observe the 1700 limit on any
particular day. That is psychologically helpful.

Notes:

1. The first few days were, as usual, sort of hard. Then I fell into a
routine and the last 4 days I didn't mind staying on the diet.

2. I didn't do any exercise to speak of. I know I need to add that in.

3. Since I lost 2.2 lb that means a deficit of 3500 calories x 2.2 lb
= 7700 calories for the week = a reduction of 1100 calories per day
from my "maintenance weight." So my maintenance calories with my
current metabolism must be about 2744 calories per day. At a starting
weight of 126.4 kg = 278 lb that means I currently need only about 9.9
calories per lb to maintain my weight. That is fairly low. If I can do
exercise and build up some muscle mass that should help improve my
metabolism and maybe I can get that up to like 12 calories per lb per
day, which should help improve weight loss.

doug


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Old July 11th, 2009, 09:10 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers,alt.support.diet
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test...made some changes to my email account...want to see if it's working

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"Brenda Silvey" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
Hi Lee,

It's certainly been a long time since I've been on here. Nice to
see a few of you are still here.

~Brenda~


"Stormmee" wrote in message
...
I am so glad you are starting again, good for you, Lee
"doug lerner" wrote in message
...
Seems like old times. sigh

Well, there's nothing to do but try again after losing 101.6 lb and
then regaining it all is there?

So I started my low-calorie, WW-like diet again last week and just
finished my 1st week.

Some daily stats to get me back in the journaling mood:

7/1 126.4 kg 1700 calories
7/2 126.4 kg 2019 cal
7/3 125.8 kg 1668 cal
7/4 126.2 kg 1303 cal
7/5 125.6 kg 1271 cal
7/6 125.8 kg 1714 cal
7/7 125.4 kg 1834 cal
7/8 125.4 kg (end of week 1)

Loss for week: 1.0 kg = 2.2 lb
Average daily calories: 1644 cal (just under my goal of keeping under
1700 cal/day on average)

I use a weekly "bonus calorie" buffer during the week to draw from and
add back to so I don't have to strictly observe the 1700 limit on any
particular day. That is psychologically helpful.

Notes:

1. The first few days were, as usual, sort of hard. Then I fell into a
routine and the last 4 days I didn't mind staying on the diet.

2. I didn't do any exercise to speak of. I know I need to add that in.

3. Since I lost 2.2 lb that means a deficit of 3500 calories x 2.2 lb
= 7700 calories for the week = a reduction of 1100 calories per day
from my "maintenance weight." So my maintenance calories with my
current metabolism must be about 2744 calories per day. At a starting
weight of 126.4 kg = 278 lb that means I currently need only about 9.9
calories per lb to maintain my weight. That is fairly low. If I can do
exercise and build up some muscle mass that should help improve my
metabolism and maybe I can get that up to like 12 calories per lb per
day, which should help improve weight loss.

doug





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Old July 13th, 2009, 04:35 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers,alt.support.diet
Stormmee
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Default Doug's Week 1 status report (again)

Yes i am here, plodding along, and at least not gaining lots right now, i
thik i will probably always be reading here, the recipes and support really
help me, Lee
"Brenda Silvey" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
Hi Lee,

It's certainly been a long time since I've been on here. Nice to
see a few of you are still here.

~Brenda~


"Stormmee" wrote in message
...
I am so glad you are starting again, good for you, Lee
"doug lerner" wrote in message
...
Seems like old times. sigh

Well, there's nothing to do but try again after losing 101.6 lb and
then regaining it all is there?

So I started my low-calorie, WW-like diet again last week and just
finished my 1st week.

Some daily stats to get me back in the journaling mood:

7/1 126.4 kg 1700 calories
7/2 126.4 kg 2019 cal
7/3 125.8 kg 1668 cal
7/4 126.2 kg 1303 cal
7/5 125.6 kg 1271 cal
7/6 125.8 kg 1714 cal
7/7 125.4 kg 1834 cal
7/8 125.4 kg (end of week 1)

Loss for week: 1.0 kg = 2.2 lb
Average daily calories: 1644 cal (just under my goal of keeping under
1700 cal/day on average)

I use a weekly "bonus calorie" buffer during the week to draw from and
add back to so I don't have to strictly observe the 1700 limit on any
particular day. That is psychologically helpful.

Notes:

1. The first few days were, as usual, sort of hard. Then I fell into a
routine and the last 4 days I didn't mind staying on the diet.

2. I didn't do any exercise to speak of. I know I need to add that in.

3. Since I lost 2.2 lb that means a deficit of 3500 calories x 2.2 lb
= 7700 calories for the week = a reduction of 1100 calories per day
from my "maintenance weight." So my maintenance calories with my
current metabolism must be about 2744 calories per day. At a starting
weight of 126.4 kg = 278 lb that means I currently need only about 9.9
calories per lb to maintain my weight. That is fairly low. If I can do
exercise and build up some muscle mass that should help improve my
metabolism and maybe I can get that up to like 12 calories per lb per
day, which should help improve weight loss.

doug






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Old July 13th, 2009, 04:37 PM posted to alt.support.diet.weightwatchers,alt.support.diet
Stormmee
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well it worked because i got this one as well, hope you are back for a long
time this time, Lee
"DeniseF" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
test...made some changes to my email account...want to see if it's working

--
~Brenda~


"Brenda Silvey" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
Hi Lee,

It's certainly been a long time since I've been on here. Nice to
see a few of you are still here.

~Brenda~


"Stormmee" wrote in message
...
I am so glad you are starting again, good for you, Lee
"doug lerner" wrote in message
...
Seems like old times. sigh

Well, there's nothing to do but try again after losing 101.6 lb and
then regaining it all is there?

So I started my low-calorie, WW-like diet again last week and just
finished my 1st week.

Some daily stats to get me back in the journaling mood:

7/1 126.4 kg 1700 calories
7/2 126.4 kg 2019 cal
7/3 125.8 kg 1668 cal
7/4 126.2 kg 1303 cal
7/5 125.6 kg 1271 cal
7/6 125.8 kg 1714 cal
7/7 125.4 kg 1834 cal
7/8 125.4 kg (end of week 1)

Loss for week: 1.0 kg = 2.2 lb
Average daily calories: 1644 cal (just under my goal of keeping under
1700 cal/day on average)

I use a weekly "bonus calorie" buffer during the week to draw from and
add back to so I don't have to strictly observe the 1700 limit on any
particular day. That is psychologically helpful.

Notes:

1. The first few days were, as usual, sort of hard. Then I fell into a
routine and the last 4 days I didn't mind staying on the diet.

2. I didn't do any exercise to speak of. I know I need to add that in.

3. Since I lost 2.2 lb that means a deficit of 3500 calories x 2.2 lb
= 7700 calories for the week = a reduction of 1100 calories per day
from my "maintenance weight." So my maintenance calories with my
current metabolism must be about 2744 calories per day. At a starting
weight of 126.4 kg = 278 lb that means I currently need only about 9.9
calories per lb to maintain my weight. That is fairly low. If I can do
exercise and build up some muscle mass that should help improve my
metabolism and maybe I can get that up to like 12 calories per lb per
day, which should help improve weight loss.

doug






 




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