Andrea G.

I have 100-145 lbs to kick out of my life forever. (I'm shocked every time I see that number.)It's way past time to get things back on track, and hopefully DietBet will help with that!

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Favorite Health Food: Grilled/baked chicken

Favorite Sinful Food: pizza

My Preferred Method of Exercise: zumba

My Weight Loss Program: I don't follow a program

My Diet Plan: Gluten Free Diet

Fitness Devices: Up by Jawbone

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TIME PERIOD: All 60-Days 30-Days
Unofficial Weigh-InVerified Weigh-InDietBet Runner-UpDietBet WinnerRound WinnerRound Runner-Up
-0.9% Since last weigh-in-2.2 lbs
-0.9% 1-Month Change-2.2 lbs
-2.1% Lifetime Change-5.4 lbs

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Goals and Accountability
by - 01/21/2015 8:30AM

I'm writing this post because I need to outline my personal, health goals.  + Overall goal: Get down... Read More ›

J C., Ruby541, kwogni and Amy D. like this blog post.

kwogni

Good to see you have the goals, now research the ways to get there!
Week One, Day Two Recipes
by - 01/07/2015 7:10AM

Breakfast (top photo):  Banana and Blueberry Pancakes with ½ Grapefruit Recipe 4 | SERVES 3 Ingredie... Read More ›

Week One, Day One Recipes
by - 01/06/2015 7:30AM

This was my favorite recipe from yesterday's plan. SO GOOD! And I have leftovers to add to my salad ... Read More ›

PCOS and the Battle
by - 01/02/2015 11:38AM

I was diagnosed when I was 18, and at the time, the only thing my doctor told me that stuck was that... Read More ›

Alayne B.

=) You can do it!!

desertcat

I also have PCOS, but I wasn't diagnosed until I was 31. Knowing when you are young is probably better. Luckily for me, I never wanted kids, so I don't have to worry about the fertility side of things. But I can certainly relate to the metabolism and glucose frustrations. But don't give up! The weight will come off, it's just going to be a little harder than average. Regular exercise, even small stuff, really helps me. And if you want kids, plenty of people who have PCOS have been able to overcome it through diet, and/or hormonal intervention.
Longevity
by - 10/20/2014 7:38AM

I honestly think, with a few small exceptions, that this has been the longest stretch of time in rec... Read More ›

Kristine S

It is a process! And it's a marathon, not a sprint! So be patient and hang in there! You should be so proud of yourself for sticking with it this time around! Taking that first step is the hardest!