I’m attempting right now. My thoughts are swirling around in my head. I’m uncertain how to articulate myself. I have so many hurdles forward, it is hard to remain focused. This isn’t the first time this has happened, so I should be able to deal with it. But I’m not. In the past, when I’ve experienced lots of challenges, I’ve been able to lose most of the regain in between times.
Even though it was irritating, the effect on my weight was smooth relatively. Now, something has changed, and I’m not able to drop down those regains. It started on the July 4 weekend with a 6-pound gain. I never really put my finger on that one. I thought it was water weight from dill pickles and carbonated beverages.
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That weight is still with me, so that completely negates the water theory. My weight has continued to creep up ever since. For the month of July, I’ve effectively regained everything I lost in June. It gets harder and harder for me personally to keep my handle strong. It really is hard to climb on the stair stepper thinking it is lost time. It is hard to avoid the fruits since it doesn’t appear to matter what I eat or how much. So far, I’ve managed never to pile in the ice cream or other tantalizing treat. I know that will be harmful. The water here is still gross. It doesn’t help whatsoever!
I attempted Timothy’s recommendation to let it sit for 24 hours and then only drink the top. It didn’t matter. I came across some old Crystal Lite in my own desk at work. It has been languishing since I swore off artificial sweeteners some time ago there. I thought it was easier to get water in if it included some artificial sweeteners even. Here’s the worst part with water – even with the Crystal Lite, there’s a dirty undertake. Really the only solution is to buy water in bottles until it rains.
I’m in such a state of mind now, though, that the whole water thing is adding insult to injury. I really believe I am willing to do the hard work to fix the problem. I’m having trouble isolating the problem. Since doing what I’ve done all along to lose 90 pounds isn’t working any longer, it is simpler to slip here & there and make things worse.
A vicious unpredictable manner has started and I’m not sure how to avoid it or step off. This research found that individuals practicing deep breathing or yoga acquired greater results with weight loss and keeping the weight off. So, I’m likely to put in a 10-minute deep breathing to my day. I’m going to try to make it as regular as my work out. Maybe right before or after, so that I don’t forget. Something soon must give. I’m not sure how a lot more of this I can take! I wasn’t able to write down the foundation of the study. I haven’t seen anything on the net or on line to document the source. If it’s found by me, I’ll post it here.