Lieselot M.

Quick Facts

Favorite Health Food: Nuts, fruit & veggies

Favorite Sinful Food: Ice cream, cookies, crisps, chocolate...

My Preferred Method of Exercise: Walking & yoga

My Approach to Weight Loss: Trying to find a balanced diet

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

My Diet Plan: Vegetarian Diet

Fitness/Exercise Apps: MyFitnessPal, Fitbit

Fitness Devices: FitBit

DietBet Winnings: $545.37

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TIME PERIOD: All 1-Year 60-Days 30-Days
Unofficial Weigh-InVerified Weigh-InDietBet Runner-UpDietBet WinnerRound WinnerRound Runner-Up
-2.1% Since last weigh-in
0% 1-Month Change
+31.3% Lifetime Change

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by - 11/25/2014 10:32AM

I successfully became a winner of my first Dietbet (Jillian's beginner shred challenge), so I joined... Read More ›

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Liseselot, first of all, I want to say "Congratulations" on winning your 1st challenge!!! WOOHOO!!! That's great!!! :-)

I'm sorry you're in a funk right now. The only thing you can do is take it one day at a time, but you have to start somewhere. What caused you to fall off track? Are you stressed about something? Whatever it is, if it's something that you can change, then work on doing so. If it's something out of your control, pray on it, give it to GOD, & move forward. Sometimes unforeseen circumstances can be the reason we lose track of what we're trying to do. It's time to take your life back!!! What do you really want to do??? Are you really ready to make a change in your life??? If so, then forgive yourself for the mistakes you've made, pick yourself up, re-focus on making healthier food choices, & get back into the game. YOU CAN DO THIS!!! The question isn't whether or not you can do it, it's are you ready to do it!!! Be like Nike, & JUST DO IT! I'm rooting for you! :-)


She's still there, just taking a break. Ring her up, ask her to join you again and get on track. We are all here to support you!!
Bad news vs comfort food
by - 10/17/2014 11:35AM

Today was not a good day... I've been struggeling with knee pain for about 2 weeks now. This morning... Read More ›

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Nutrition. Cut calories. This can work, and does work. Why else to gimmicks like juice fasts work? it's calories.

* plan. Know the weight of what you put it. Goal is to have consistent sized meals.
* Package up a day. Only eat food on the plan.
* food scale. Weigh out portions,
* Get veggies, cut up. Stick in container. Fill up on them.
* Shrimp Cocktail. Low calorie treat.
* Soups, lower calorie. You will need to cut commercial ones with salt out a week before the end.
* Hate to say it, but protein shakes. Provides a sweet fix. Mocha Coffee fix.

* water. Keep the water consumption up. It fills you up.


If I hear you, your doc doesn't want you abusing your knee for 2 weeks. Do you have access to a swimming pool. The crawl stroke can be done without kicking. It is an incredibly good upper body workout. Aqua aerobics is a lower intensity water based workout which might not aggravate the knee, so you might want to try it. There are a number of upper body weight lifting type exercises which can be done with minimal or no impact on the lower body. Find a gym, find a trainer. Don't give up because you can't use your knees for a week or two.
Some motivation required :)
by - 10/14/2014 10:43AM

I've been trying to lose weight for over a year - or 2, but who's counting ;) - but the only thing I... Read More ›

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Audrey A.

I have the same problem! Exercising isn't too much of a burden for me, because I enjoy it, but I also enjoy, cookies, ice cream. :) This is my second dietbet because knowing there's money on the line is pretty motivating most of the time!

Mary Lynn

I need to move beyond the fear of exercise. I guess it is that I am not motivated to do it but it is also the starting and stopping. If anyone can come up with a good motivation besides having T-Rex chasing us, I would love to hear it!