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Old 12-02-2013, 09:04 PM   #31
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Amazing stories!! I find these really inspiring too! I've been on plan (with a few hiccups)for 23 days and am down 9lbs, pretty happy with that!
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Old 12-03-2013, 05:09 AM   #32
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I've read results from past posts, and I find it to be inspiring to hear how others are doing on their WOE. How much have you lost, and are you at goal or maintaining?

Today marks day 15 for me sticking to plan, and I'm very happy with the results so far and how I am feeling. I have chronic rhinitis, and I've even noticed how much better that has been since staying on plan. And, I'm finding it funny that most of the time, I can sleep straight through the night without waking up. Because of my chronic rhinitis, I also have sleep apnea. Looks like that is improving as well!
Down 200 since 2000, just maintaining now.
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Old 12-03-2013, 06:16 AM   #33
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I am a slow loser. I have accepted that and since August of last year I have lost 68 lbs. I know that is not a lot by Low Carb standards, but it is a LOT for me! I feel so much more energetic, and along the way I have changed! The outside is just now catching up!
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Old 12-03-2013, 06:39 AM   #34
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I am a slow loser. I have accepted that and since August of last year I have lost 68 lbs. I know that is not a lot by Low Carb standards, but it is a LOT for me! I feel so much more energetic, and along the way I have changed! The outside is just now catching up!
LadyN - 68 pounds is a lot by anyone's standards and you should be very proud. Imagine lugging around three 23 pound turkeys or a large bag of dog food plus all day. I have to put things in a visual my mind can understand and as I lost I would just tell myself there is another turkey off my back.

Keep up the good work.
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Old 12-03-2013, 09:07 AM   #35
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I lost mine over a several year period - 70 lbs in 3 months, then maintained for a year or so; then another 50 or so in a few months and then maintained for a year or so. My last round started on Jan 1, 2013, and I lost another 55 pounds in about 3 months. Then dropped 5 over the last couple months without trying. So a total of 180 lbs. I'm happy with where I'm at so I consider this maintenance.
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Old 12-03-2013, 09:08 AM   #36
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I am a slow loser. I have accepted that and since August of last year I have lost 68 lbs. I know that is not a lot by Low Carb standards, but it is a LOT for me! I feel so much more energetic, and along the way I have changed! The outside is just now catching up!
It's not about how fast but keeping it off...Congratulations!
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Old 12-03-2013, 09:48 AM   #37
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Old 12-03-2013, 11:40 AM   #38
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I lost nearly 70 pounds in 2006 on Atkins. I've managed to keep it off within 10 pounds. Lately, I can't seem to get that 10 pounds off the same way I used to so I'm trying JUDDD , with Atkins.

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Old 12-03-2013, 09:25 PM   #39
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I am a slow loser. I have accepted that and since August of last year I have lost 68 lbs. I know that is not a lot by Low Carb standards, but it is a LOT for me! I feel so much more energetic, and along the way I have changed! The outside is just now catching up!
Don't feel bad, 68 pounds in one year is good! I lost 100+ pounds over the course of 3 yrs, which averages out to like 40 pounds a year, so the speed doesn't matter, as long as you stick with it.

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I lost mine over a several year period - 70 lbs in 3 months, then maintained for a year or so; then another 50 or so in a few months and then maintained for a year or so. My last round started on Jan 1, 2013, and I lost another 55 pounds in about 3 months. Then dropped 5 over the last couple months without trying. So a total of 180 lbs. I'm happy with where I'm at so I consider this maintenance.
That's an interesting way to do it. Nope, it doesn't matter how long it takes, as long as you stick with it.
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Old 12-04-2013, 06:19 AM   #40
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That's an interesting way to do it.
Heh...it wasn't really a deliberate 'method'. It was more a case of "I'm sick of eating low carb" because I went right back to my old way of eating. I think the only reason I didn't put it back on was because the loss of so much weight allowed me to become more active, plus I continued to weigh myself every day and if I saw even a 2 lb gain, I'd cut back on how much I was eating. Since I'm not a junk or sweet eater (which I think can pound on the weight much faster than the bread, potatoes, etc.), it was pretty controllable.

Now, I stay vlc, but this last round was because of my diabetes so I can't go back to eating the way I used to. This is it for life.
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Old 12-04-2013, 10:26 AM   #41
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I have lost 54 pounds since the end of May 2013. I have never successfully, purposely lost weight before. I did try Atkins in 2002 and lost 8 pounds but quit because I believed all the mis-information that was circulating at that time about the Atkins diet.

I still have about 45 to go, but it is coming off easily (for me). I also feel so much better and healthier. People are starting to notice now which is validating. I am also super lucky to have a supportive family.
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Old 12-04-2013, 05:12 PM   #42
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Heh...it wasn't really a deliberate 'method'. It was more a case of "I'm sick of eating low carb" because I went right back to my old way of eating. I think the only reason I didn't put it back on was because the loss of so much weight allowed me to become more active, plus I continued to weigh myself every day and if I saw even a 2 lb gain, I'd cut back on how much I was eating. Since I'm not a junk or sweet eater (which I think can pound on the weight much faster than the bread, potatoes, etc.), it was pretty controllable.

Now, I stay vlc, but this last round was because of my diabetes so I can't go back to eating the way I used to. This is it for life.
Oh I see. Okay.
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Old 12-04-2013, 05:47 PM   #43
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I have lost about 95 pounds. I am pretty much maintaining. I wouldnt mind losing a few more pounds, but I am fine with my current weight too.
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Old 12-05-2013, 03:46 PM   #44
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BEAUTIFUL!!!!!! Stunning! Thank you for sharing. You look awesome!

Would you post a typical daily menu for folks, please? Keep up the good work.
Awww, thank you! You're very kind!

I honestly didn't do anything weird or special or tricky. So I don't have any insights that can help anybody -- I wish I did! I am truly the most undistinguished, uninteresting Atkins dieter on the forum. I didn't have structured meal macros or limit my protein or increase my fat intake or buy a treadmill. Seriously, I just stuck to the *basic* guidelines in Dr Atkins New Diet Revolution (DANDR).

I only eat foods from the lists in the book. As instructed by DANDR, I eat until satisfied, not stuffed, so my Atkins portions are significantly smaller than my pre-diet portions. And I do 30 minutes of "activity" 5 days per week, as instructed by DANDR. I'm a teacher so I walk to classes instead of taking the bus, which is about 30-45 minutes of daily walking. While actively cutting fat and currently in maintenance, every meal is a combination of a protein source and vegetables. Lunch today was sliced chicken with broccoli tossed in balsamic vinegar. For dinner last night, I had grilled catfish with cauliflower and brussels sprouts. It's just textbook Atkins.

My transformation wasn't *fast* -- I wasn't one of the people who dropped, like, 40 pounds in the first 3 months or whatever. I've just found Atkins to be effective over time and freakishly easy to follow. The only diet *secret* I discovered was not quitting. I just didn't quit and, eventually, I was the size I wanted to be. It took a year and a half to reach my scale goal, which is a long time, but the diet program has actually been a pleasant experience and the simplicity has made it easy to stick with.

Full disclosure: I may be more muscular than most women my size because one of my closest friends is a professional bodybuilding trainer and he coached me through weight training two days per week for the first year. I've been busy since summer, so now I do weight training one day per week, with my coach, on Saturday mornings. As any competitive bodybuilder will tell you, though, weight training isn't fat cutting.

Cheers!
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Old 12-05-2013, 07:48 PM   #45
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The only diet *secret* I discovered was not quitting. I just didn't quit and, eventually, I was the size I wanted to be. It took a year and a half to reach my scale goal, which is a long time, but the diet program has actually been a pleasant experience and the simplicity has made it easy to stick with.

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I like that, and that is so true and the same with me. It wasn't fast but simply not quitting is what got me to where I am, that's the secret.
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Old 12-07-2013, 06:45 AM   #46
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Started 3 months and 10 days ago and so far i am 64lbs down. That's about 4.5lbs a week so slowly but surely. Still have 72% to goal but i feel great.

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Old 12-07-2013, 08:00 AM   #47
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Don't feel bad, 68 pounds in one year is good! I lost 100+ pounds over the course of 3 yrs, which averages out to like 40 pounds a year, so the speed doesn't matter, as long as you stick with it.



That's an interesting way to do it. Nope, it doesn't matter how long it takes, as long as you stick with it.
Thanks Papermoon! This is how I live now. I CAN'T go back! Thanks for the encouragement!
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Old 12-07-2013, 11:57 AM   #48
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I've lost 21.5 lbs since mid-June, 2013. I'm losing more slowly than when I followed the Protein Power plan in the 90's, but I'm in my mid-40's now. I'm also allowing myself cheese, nuts & the occasional low-carb tortilla or square of dark chocolate. I could probably lose faster if I omitted these items from my diet while in this beginning stage but frankly, I'm enjoying the way I eat (just made myself the most awesome mushroom-bacon-and cheese omelet ), I'm not feeling deprived, and as a result I'm inclined to keep eating this way. If it takes me another year or two to reach my goal, I'm fine with that, because I'll be eating pretty much this same way for the rest of my life anyways.
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Old 12-07-2013, 12:05 PM   #49
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LadyN - 68 pounds is a lot by anyone's standards and you should be very proud. Imagine lugging around three 23 pound turkeys or a large bag of dog food plus all day. I have to put things in a visual my mind can understand and as I lost I would just tell myself there is another turkey off my back.

Keep up the good work.
Yep! What JRW said!
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Old 12-07-2013, 12:22 PM   #50
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im down 26 lbs since september when I started this journal .im going for another 26 lbs and then i will be down to my ideal weight .i cannot wait until Im at my ideal weight . I will be a happy woman then .
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Old 12-07-2013, 03:22 PM   #51
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LadyN - 68 pounds is a lot by anyone's standards and you should be very proud. Imagine lugging around three 23 pound turkeys or a large bag of dog food plus all day. I have to put things in a visual my mind can understand and as I lost I would just tell myself there is another turkey off my back.

Keep up the good work.
Thank you for that encouragement and the perspective!
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Old 12-09-2013, 09:59 AM   #52
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Congrats on your weight loss so far! When I started Atkins the first time I went from 285 to around 240 then due to life stuff I fell off the wagon. I was able to maintain my 240 weight for the most part tho.

I tried to get back on Atkins a few times since then and didn't have much success, but recently I've gotten back on it and plan to stay on it for good! I started on Dec 2nd and have lost 7 pounds as well. Keep up the great work!!!!!
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Old 12-09-2013, 01:42 PM   #53
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I have lost 85 lbs since Feb 2011. No big secret, just stick to plan, sugar is evil, and fat is good.
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Old 12-10-2013, 07:26 PM   #54
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I have lost 70 lbs from my highest weight. It took me a few years. Low carb is the only thing that works for me in keeping weight off.
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I've lost 125 so far. I still have a ways to go, but I feel so much better. I'm even wearing jeggings. Everyone is doing so well! Yay!
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Old 12-16-2013, 02:35 PM   #56
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Old 12-17-2013, 05:41 AM   #57
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Awww, thank you! You're very kind!

I honestly didn't do anything weird or special or tricky. So I don't have any insights that can help anybody -- I wish I did! I am truly the most undistinguished, uninteresting Atkins dieter on the forum. I didn't have structured meal macros or limit my protein or increase my fat intake or buy a treadmill. Seriously, I just stuck to the *basic* guidelines in Dr Atkins New Diet Revolution (DANDR).

I only eat foods from the lists in the book. As instructed by DANDR, I eat until satisfied, not stuffed, so my Atkins portions are significantly smaller than my pre-diet portions. And I do 30 minutes of "activity" 5 days per week, as instructed by DANDR. I'm a teacher so I walk to classes instead of taking the bus, which is about 30-45 minutes of daily walking. While actively cutting fat and currently in maintenance, every meal is a combination of a protein source and vegetables. Lunch today was sliced chicken with broccoli tossed in balsamic vinegar. For dinner last night, I had grilled catfish with cauliflower and brussels sprouts. It's just textbook Atkins.

My transformation wasn't *fast* -- I wasn't one of the people who dropped, like, 40 pounds in the first 3 months or whatever. I've just found Atkins to be effective over time and freakishly easy to follow. The only diet *secret* I discovered was not quitting. I just didn't quit and, eventually, I was the size I wanted to be. It took a year and a half to reach my scale goal, which is a long time, but the diet program has actually been a pleasant experience and the simplicity has made it easy to stick with.

Full disclosure: I may be more muscular than most women my size because one of my closest friends is a professional bodybuilding trainer and he coached me through weight training two days per week for the first year. I've been busy since summer, so now I do weight training one day per week, with my coach, on Saturday mornings. As any competitive bodybuilder will tell you, though, weight training isn't fat cutting.

Cheers!
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Thank you! Great info for new folks and a reminder for those of us who have been here for awhile.
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Old 12-17-2013, 08:28 AM   #58
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I'm so glad to read this post. So many of you are doing great with losses over 100 pounds! So motivating!!!
I have lost 25 pounds since October. I really need motivation to make it through the holidays eating clean. I am going to stick with my plan, if I happen to go off track one day I am going to try to eat cleaner/lighter the next day. In the past, one tiny thing off plan would turn into weeks of free for all eating.
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Old 12-17-2013, 09:16 AM   #59
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I am about 3.5 weeks in and have lost 18lbs. I'm diabetic so keep my carbs under 20 gms. I am a sugaraholic so this is a big change for me which is why the loss is happening rather quickly right now. I'll be sad when it slows but am committed for life.
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Old 12-19-2013, 10:02 AM   #60
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I started on 2/26/13 at 220LBs and am now at 185LBs for a total loss of 35LBs so far. I'm currently 10LBs from my main goal weight (anything after that is just bonus though I don't want to shrink too much).

Unfortunately, I didn't do body measurements until I started working out in mid-June, but since then, and as of today (did my monthly body measurements early) I have lost 6 inches from my waist (my biggest problem area), 2 inches from my thigh, and 3 inches from my "bum" measurement (closest thing I can think of is the "hip" measurement used for women as men are technically supposed to measure differently [and I didn't do that properly until July so this is not a June measurement as I created it for myself in July lol]).

I definitely don't lose as fast as most, especially for a male, even when I'm being super strict and 100% on plan for months at a time (I'll spare the details on this post lol), but it makes me appreciate each pound lost that much more, making it that much easier to keep moving forward with this lifestyle. And my focus will always be on long-term sustainability.

And communities like this one make it so much easier to stay on track!
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