Autumn D.

Quick Facts

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

My Diet Plan: Pescatarian

Fitness Devices: apple watch

DietBet Winnings: $913.80

TIME PERIOD: All 60-Days 30-Days
Unofficial Weigh-InVerified Weigh-InDietBet Runner-UpDietBet WinnerRound WinnerRound Runner-Up
-0.1% Since last weigh-in-0.2 lbs
-0.1% 1-Month Change-0.2 lbs
-3.5% Lifetime Change-5.5 lbs

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Autumn D.

09/02/2020 6:01AM in The WayBetter Transformer - Win A Grill!
I did so great the first 2 rounds and right after the 2nd weigh in I found out I was pregnant. I planned on canceling before the 3rd weigh in but 2 days before I found out the baby’s heart had stopped. It’s been such a hard year, I’ve lost some family members and the thought of another baby had been such a light. Working to find joy again and try to get my diet back from the setback. It was my third miscarriage. I never mind gaining weight for pregnancy, but gaining weight just for heartache is lousy.

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Autumn D.

Thank you all so much. I really appreciate your kind words!


Sending love and light. So sorry.

Candace T.

07/20/2020 7:58AM in The WayBetter Transformer - Win A Grill!
I seem to have hit a plateau. Anyone out there have any advice that workes for you? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!😁

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Autumn D.

I’ve noticed my plateaus happen because of my cycle. I maintain the same calorie deficit and the weight is coming off but the hormonal changes cause me to hold water weight. When the plateau and hormonal changes end I get a bigger loss than usual because I had truely been losing all along. If you think this might be the case for you, just keep doing what you are doing and don’t get discouraged. (Easier said than done)

Hannah Kay

If your doing the same thing all the time, change it up! Try a new exercise or route outside!


07/07/2020 7:33AM in The WayBetter Transformer - Win A Grill!
  • Woot! Guess who’s no longer considered “obese” according to BMI charts? I had to lose 60 lbs to get to overweight—- now I’m supposed to lose another 35 lbs to get to “ideal.” Bleh. 😂

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Autumn D.

Jenny! That’s a huge milestone! You absolutely can maintain ideal if that’s what you want! You’re doing great!

Kim B.

Yes girl yes!!!!!