To look fly as hell.

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Favorite Health Food: fish, asparagus, broccolini.

Favorite Sinful Food: Sushi, cured/smoked meats, cheeses.

My Preferred Method of Exercise: free weight strength training

My Approach to Weight Loss: SADlads, and lots of them. I try to stick with foods that have a low glycemic index.

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

My Diet Plan: Glycemic Index Diet

Fitness/Exercise Apps: MyFitnessPal, Nike+

Fitness Devices: FitBit

DietBet Winnings: $1,567.26

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+0.7% Since last weigh-in
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-18.8% Lifetime Change

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by - 12/13/2015 11:45PM

40lbs down today. Mmmm burrito...  Way easier than I thought it would be. #exercisestillsux Read More ›

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Great job!
I love to exercise! *eyeroll*
by - 11/01/2015 1:49PM

I've never been a fan of working out. I've been rail thin. I've been morbidly obese. Never liked it ... Read More ›

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Jamie K.

Awesome post, and so true! Yes, I would like to look better in my clothes, but that's not the main reason to do this. I know I'm unhealthy and I look at my son and can't stand the thought of leaving him without a mother because I couldn't find the willpower to make healthy choices. My mom died 3 years ago at age 58 because her carotid arteries were clogged, and that is way too young. I don't ever want my son to lose me so early, especially if I can help prolong my life. He's the best motivation there is for me. And yes, I hate exercising too, so much, but I also know how important it is to stay active so I make myself do it. I usually do it early in the morning, telling myself, "Just get this done and you have the rest of the day to yourself." :)
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by - 10/27/2015 12:19AM

Today was a Fatty McFatterson day. Still stayed under 2300 cals, but with my normal 1500-1800 days o... Read More ›