AnnieT

I have a competitive spirit so am hoping DietBet might keep me from straying into entrenched habits.

Quick Facts

Favorite Health Food: Salad

Favorite Sinful Food: Chocolate anything

My Preferred Method of Exercise: Running and cycling

My Approach to Weight Loss: Think before you put it in your mouth.

My Diet Plan: South Beach

Fitness/Exercise Apps: RunKeeper

Fitness Devices: I don't use a device

DietBet Winnings: $154.22

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TIME PERIOD: All 60-Days 30-Days
Unofficial Weigh-InVerified Weigh-InDietBet Runner-UpDietBet WinnerRound WinnerRound Runner-Up
-4.3% Since last weigh-in-6.8 lbs
-4.3% 1-Month Change-6.8 lbs
-2.3% Lifetime Change-3.5 lbs

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Does hypnosis work?
by - 04/20/2015 4:52PM

Years ago I quit smoking after seeing a hypnotist. It was all it promised to be: I left the session ... Read More ›

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Althea P.

I have never tried hypnosis but this is great food for thought. Thanks for posting.

GlampingGal

I recall hearing about "Think Yourself Thin" when they ran Paul McKenna's program on TV. At the time, I wondered if it would work, but I didn't really watch it with much conviction (I guess I just wasn't into it at the time). I also understand that hypnosis works best on people who are more sensitive to it. Given my current weight loss journey, it would be great to be able to watch the video and see if it helps. An in-person session with a hypnotist might be kind of neat, but to be honest, I would wait until I got a recommendation from someone who'd had some success before spending my money on a specific hypnotist. Maybe he/she could also help me get motivated to keep up with the laundry? ;-)
The Buddhist Way?
by - 04/06/2015 12:32PM

Ten years ago this weekend a major relationship came to an end. It was a good thing, but a painful t... Read More ›

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Cheryl C.

Thanks for posting this!!

GlampingGal

This is a great shift in paradigm. For me it speaks to the idea of letting go of any guilt attached to past unhealthy behaviours and/or unrealistic expectations for the future. Celebrate every healthy decision you make as a step in the right direction, no matter how small.
It all falls apart after dinner
by - 03/31/2015 10:59PM

I have a super clean diet. Once in a while I'll get a bag of chips, and will help myself to sweets, ... Read More ›