Well, here I am at the end of my 4th week. How did I do?
So not a lot of weight, which doesn’t surprise me. I don’t lose weight as fast as most. I have read that the slower the weight loss, the better chances to keep it off. We shall see. According to Spark People.com:
“People who have more weight to lose may also drop the pounds more quickly in the beginning of a weight-loss program. This is because the more you weigh, the more calories you burn during any given activity. (Walking with an extra 50 pounds on your frame is harder than walking with 20 extra pounds of weight.) A person who weighs more can also cut more calories from his or her diet without jeopardizing the body’s ability to function efficiently. If you weigh 300 pounds, you may need 3,500 calories per day or more to maintain that weight; cutting 1,000 calories from your diet (down to 2,500/day) will let you safely lose 2 pounds per week. But if you weigh 150 pounds, you may only need 1,800 calories to maintain your weight, and if you try to cut the 1,000 calories from your diet (down to 800/day), your body won’t have enough fuel and your metabolism will slow down drastically, making fat loss harder, not easier. Therefore, a person with less weight to lose needs to aim for a smaller calorie deficit, which will translate to a slower rate of weight loss.” 
I continue to feel good and as you can see, I have toned up a bit!
What else am I doing?
- Xango Juice and Xango 3Sixty5!
- 1 oz juice and 1 packet of vitamins daily
- Core Power Yoga
- Yoga sculpt twice a week.
- C1 once a week
- Click here for a free week at CPY!
This week, I will be starting the Weekends My Way Select Plan. It seems to be a better option for my lifestyle. I have just tried the Lasagna and it was delish!
My health has definitely improved and I am pressing on in my new way of living!
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“Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity.” ~John F. Kennedy
Stay Blissful my friends – E