(Closed) OH Please help!!!!!

posted 7 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
7082 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2009

@soontobmrsc:  Hang in there!  I have a couple of thoughts…

1) it takes time

2) are you eating enough calories that your body is metabolically active?  Sometimes we overdo it on the diet, and at those times I find myself not losing weight because I go hypometabolic.

I had pledged to myself to lose my baby weight by 7 months after delivery.  It was so hard, but I did it!  But once I stopped pushing so hard, started making the workouts more fun, and changed some of the things I was eating as a rule, I ended up losing more than I planned.  Right now I’m at my pre-wedding weight!  Yay!  But I’m on a strict no soy, no egg, no dairy diet.  This dramatically helped with weight loss.

Post # 4
267 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

I remember way back when I did WW, it took me awhile before the weight started to come off.  I think it just might take some people longer for your body to adjust.  Hang in there…it sounds like you’re doing everything right!!  =)

Post # 5
870 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012


I’m not doing weight watchers, by I have been coating calories and working out like crazy (I’m actually on the treadmill right now finishing a 6 mile run/walk and posting from my phone) and I’ve only lost like a pound so far. Luckily, my scale does fat % as well and that tells me I’ve lost 5 pounds of fat. So it may be that youve lost fat but are gaining water and some muscle as well. Keep at it!

Post # 7
683 posts
Busy bee

Are you accounting for carbs? You don’t have to go crazy- but maybe limit them to one meal- or at least cut them in half. I find that if I have two- low carb and protein filled meals- I can justify something like pasta- and I end up eating way more veggie.

Post # 8
3576 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I started WW for the first time 3 weeks ago and so far, I’ve only been losing 1 lb per week.  I haven’t been feeling so hot lately, so my workouts have been less than what I usually do.  I think that if you change up your workouts and not worry so much about it, it will happen. 

Post # 9
5496 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2010

Are you eating snacks in between meals? I graze throughout the day (I’m on my 3rd week of weight watchers) and that revs up your metabolism. Instead of three meals, I eat constantly. A little something every two-three hours or so. Have you had your thyroid checked?

Post # 10
843 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

It’s tough.  You’re always going to hit a plateau somewhere in the weight loss game.  I did for a few weeks…I always get stuck around one number.  I changed up my workout routine and the types of food I was eating.  Before I was eating higher protein very little carbs and fat.  Surpisingly adding in some carbs and eating high protein snacks really helped. 

Snacks are really good.  Eat 3 meals and about 2 100-200 calories snacks between meals.  Gets you over that hunger and through the day!

With the carb thing I also arranged to eat most of my carbs in the morning and then taper off on carbs throughout the day.  It helps get over those plateaus.

Post # 11
622 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2012

You may not be eating enough and some times your body will plateau and you will have to give it a jump start change up your work out routine ooh and i love this site for ideas : http://www.skinnytaste.com/

Post # 12
243 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Counting calories is really the only thing that’s worked for me in the past, with working out (cardio)  If you have an iPhone, there’s a cool (Free) app that will help you count and manage your caloric intake and keeps track of your goal.  Also, there are the good ol diet pills (which I don’t encourage anyone to take) but sometimes drastic times call for drastic measures….I’m just saying

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