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  • v LAVAL54
    IM doing keto since 2 years.I lost 30lbs the first year .
    The second year nothing plateau no weight loss at all.
    Im doing intermitting fast 16/8 no results.
    46 days ago
  • v 1HAPPYSPIRIT
    emoticon Please let me know when you are back actively Sparking! emoticon
    443 days ago
  • v STEPH-KNEE
    Oh my gosh, that is outstanding!! :D Congrats on your 4 pounds!! emoticon
    2440 days ago
  • v STEPH-KNEE
    Well you can do it! I know you can, just remember one day, one good choice at a time. You have healthy eating down which is something I have yet to conquer, so you are farther ahead then you realize! And I know it's cheesy, but age really is just a number, and no one would believe your number even if you told them. ;) It's about how we feel, and I know with each pound lost you will feel even better! :D
    2443 days ago
  • v STEPH-KNEE
    I know they say as we get older our metabolism slows down and it really does make it harder for us to lose the weight! But as long as we keep fighting it I know we can do it!

    I had lost 40 pounds at least 3 different times, and each time I gained it back plus more. So I can totally understand the frustration there. It used to make me feel defeated, it made me feel like I'd always be fat and I could never do this because I kept gaining it back. But then I realized I obviously learned something valuable because i was able to lose 40 pounds, just like you lost that weight... you know how to lose the weight, but then sometimes we stop what we are doing and we start to let our old habits creep back in and it makes it so easy to gain it back. So this time remember, you know how to get the weight off, but this time you are going to keep at it and make sure it doesn't come back.

    Portion control can really be hard... I know it is super tedious, but if you don't already have one a food scale is really a great tool. It keeps me honest... the food scale doesn't lie. So I can't tell myself I'm having one serving when it's really 2. :) I have a cheap one too, i know it was no more than 20 bucks. It has become such a habit that I automatically weigh things... it also helps open our eyes to learn what the real portions should be. It was shocking at first, but now it's okay LOL. ;)
    2443 days ago
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