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How Fast Should I Lose Weight?


By Mary_RD on Jan 21, 2010 12:00 PM in Dieting & You
Edited By +Rachel Berman

Everyday, people ask, “Am I losing weight too fast?” or “Am I losing weight too slow?”  We compare ourselves to others to validate our efforts and to make sure we’re doing the right thing.  

Unfortunately, there is no one answer to that question because everyone is a little different.  Even sequestered research subjects following identical diets lose weight at different rates.  And so when you’re looking for results, remember that the rate of weight loss is affected by many factors.  For instance, a person’s starting weight for height, body composition (fat to muscle ratio), gender, age, calorie intake and output, composition of the diet, hydration status, disease and medications - and how hard they try to keep logs - all count.  (FYI: the Clinical Guidelines recommends a loss of 0.5 to 2 pounds a week.)

But, yada yada yada, you ask, “What about ME?” 
The best I can do is to share the insight gleaned from Calorie Count’s Successful Loser's answers to the question:

How long did it take you to see results?

Of 40 successful losers,

  • 30% said “immediately or “one week”
  • 60% said either “2, 3, 4, or 6 weeks, 2 months, 6 months, or more”

But, still, they hung in.

Insights Observed

  • People lose weight at different rates and in different patterns.
    “I lost 10 pounds in the first week and stayed there for a month.”
    “I lost exactly one pound a week for months.”
    “Some weeks, I can lose 3 pounds; other weeks, it’s none.”
  • And weight loss rates and patterns change over time.
    “The last 5 pounds took longer than the first 50.”
    “The first 15 pounds came off in several months, but once I started to exercise, 30 pounds flew off in 3 months.”
    “I plateaued only twice for 2 weeks each. I feel blessed.”
  • Some people noticed results in terms of “pounds lost" instead of “weeks past".
    “I started to notice after I lost ___ (Choose one: 10, 15, 25, 50 to 70) pounds.”
      
  • Some people first noticed physical changes to their bodies.
    “Three weeks into the program, I lost 6 inches from my waist, hips, and chest.”
    "I first noticed a change in the fat around my neck and face.”
    “Within a month, I could walk around the block without feeling out of breath."
    “My endurance and fitness improved immediately.”
  • Some people first noticed a change in their clothes size.
    “At 6 weeks, I had to buy new clothes.”
  • Some people noticed results only when others commented.   
    “Others noticed in 2 months, but I noticed in 4.”
  • Two people did not own a scale and so relied on the doctor’s weigh-in.
    “I found out I lost 6 pounds at my doctor’s visit in 3 weeks.“
  • Some people just don’t see the change.
    “Looking in the mirror, I never saw results.”
    “It took me a year to see a difference.”
    “My body image is just catching up to reality.”
    “It took me 60 pounds before I looked in the mirror and thought, “Wow, that’s me!”
  • Most people make peace with the "How Fast Should I to Lose Weight" question.
    “I know the slower-the better for me.”
    “It was discouraging, but I tried to keep my eye on the goal.”
    “I’ve been on this journey for 8 years.”
    “My journey is no longer about weight loss but about fitness.”


Your comments....

Are you seeing results?



Comments


Yes I did! I lost 84 lbs. I'm on maintenance now, I'd like to say again what a fantastic, fabulous community we have here on CC. The support from others, the medical information from Ask Mary, the calculators and the food log are wonderful tools and I couldn't have done this without this site and the valuable knowledge I gained not only about weight loss but also proper nutrition.



I really like this article.  There is no right answer, just keep on keeping on!



That is totally awesome.  I've only been doing this for about 2 1/2 weeks and I've lost 15 pounds.  I need to go 50 more.  Any thing that you would tell someone else when losing weight?



It seems after listening to a lot of other peoples stories that the first big lot of weight will come off in the first few weeks or months of dieting and then gets slower the longer you go.  This is how it is working for me and at first I was discouraged when I hit a plateau.  I exercised and then I started to loose again but at a slower rate. What kept me in good spirits was looking at the weight loss graph here at CC.  It really showed me that I was making progress and to keep going.  This whole comparison is like that of an adict.  Just gotta take one day at a time and do the best you can do every day.  Treat every day like a special weight loss project and do your best!  If you don't have a good day then try again tomorrow!



I have been fat my entire life. At the age of 36 I had my last child and topped the scales at 253.

At that point in time I figured it was crunch time. I started out not eating at all and gradually moved to the no carb diet.

I managed to keep off all the weight until the last couple years in which I have gained 20 pounds. I am now 53 and have joined the gym, gone back to low carbs and hope that I can loose it and keep it going for the rest of myh life.

I do however find that at this age it is not as easy.



I get such a rush out of seeing people take control...it takes discipline and you all should be proud of how you've chosen to live!!

One thing is certain:  if you exercise and have good portion control, you're going to see results eventually.  The key is logging the fuel and sticking with the exercise.  Small changes can start an avalanche of difference over time.

GO, GO, GO!!!

 



I weigh 188 fat index 44..Iam working out in a gym 3 to 4 times a week. cardio and weights..at home walking for 20 minutes..How much protein should i be taken in a day?My calorie count is 1445 to 1500 per day..Iam 58 and not in shape..I have high cholesterol..Please help..



I previously weighed 10 years ago  350 that was the heaviest i have ever been..Iam trying to take control now..iam tiered of being fat..My goal is 140 and iam 5ft4in



After 3 weeks of exercising everyday (20 minutes on treadmill and 10 minutes push-ups) and keeping a drastic diabetic diet (I discovered pre-diabetes), no sign of weight loss. This is really frustrating. Not even ONE gram!



Wow satriana, thats cruel.  You should take measurements (waist, thighs, arms etc) and see if that reduces.  You may be losing inches and not weight at the mo, same thing happened to me.

 

 



I have been dieting for 3 weeks now and lost 15 lbs. I feel the best I have ever felt. I have not been under 200 lbs since 5th grade. I am not 38. We are going on a cruise in 11 months and I hope I can lose at least 50 lbs by then. I won't be under 200 but I will definitely feel much better about myself. I do have to say this site it awesome. I have done every diet out there like most have but this is the first time everything is clicking. Here is to everyone's success. Have a healthy 2010!!!



Original Post by: satriana

After 3 weeks of exercising everyday (20 minutes on treadmill and 10 minutes push-ups) and keeping a drastic diabetic diet (I discovered pre-diabetes), no sign of weight loss. This is really frustrating. Not even ONE gram!


Even on a 'drastic diabetic' diet, you could be consuming more calories than you burn each day.Do you know how many calories you can eat just to  maintain your current weight? The burn metre and calorie target tools should tell you. The estimates are based on your body weight, height, age, gender, and your average level of activity.

You can use this information to help you figure out how many calories you should be consuming to maintain your weight. and aim to consume less calories each day for weight loss.

Try keeping a daily food log to log every single thing you eat.



Satriana,

I learned a long time ago that muscle weights more than fat.  I believe the ratio is something like 5 lbs muscle vs 1 lb fat.  In that case,  you may very well be shifting your weight to muscle, which burns more calories.  I concur with the other person who suggested that you measure - and check the fit of your clothing.

Blessings on your journey!



Definitely not about losing weight anymore for me, but about fitness!



I have been working out 6 days a week at lease an hour a day for a month or so, I would gain 1 then lose 1, I changed my workout to at lease 30 minute in my target heart rate for cardio and 30 minutes on the treadmill and finally I lost 3lbs, I going to keep adding minutes until I can do an hour of cardio. Diet wise have been whole grains, any veg. and fruit, lean meats. Watching biggest loser for tips.

I weight 204 now,  goal weight is 140, but right now anything under 200 would be nice



The biggest piece of the puzzle for me was writing it all down. I exercize 4 - 6 days a week for an hour or more, and eat very healthy, but it wasn't until I started keeping track of everything that I realized I was still consuming as many calories as I was burning.  Then I lost 20 pounds in 6 months, slow, but it made a big difference.  It is amazing how much easier it is to exercise with 20 pounds less to carry around. My goal is another 20 pounds (or 2 dress sizes) in 6 months. The tools on this website have made it much easier to log everything.



Satriana,

While three weeks is a bit long not to see the results on the scale it is not totally uncommon. It really depends on your level of fitness before, your hydration level, your intensilty level etc. First if you had virtually no muscle prior to beginning your new excersice plan it is very possible that you could actually gain a couple pounds at the beginning as your body composition changes. I'm sure you've heard that "muscle weighs more than fat" and it is true. The big payoff will come later after the muscle is formed and healed -- you should see pounds come off.

Additionally, "20 minutes on the treadmill" is not a great measure of exercise output. There is a huge difference between spending 20 minutes walking at 2.5 miles per hour and running for 20 minutes at 7.5 miles per hour. Increasing the speed by about .5 mile each week is  good rule of thumb.

Lastly it is really important to keep your hydration level consistant and high when starting an excercise plan. Just one day of dehydration, een if it is slight, can make you retain water.

Good luck and keep moving!!



I hear all the time that you will loose the most in the first 2 weeks of dieting and excercise.  This is discouraging to me!  I lost 5 pounds in my first 2 weeks.  I would like this to continue until I go on Vacation in March.  It would be nice to be half way to my goal for my cruise.

I am the type to get discouraged very easy and give up.  I do not want to give up this time, I want to see results!  I know that 2.5 pounds a week is a healthy weight loss, but I keep hearing people losing 10 pounds their first week (which did not happen for me).

Will I continue to lose the 2.5 a week or will this slow down for me?



I started out at 265 pounds, 5'5" tall and initially started losing weight immediately - 45 pounds in 6 months with appropriate diet and minimal exercise.  THEN,  I plateaued BIG TIME!!  I was stuck at 220 lbs for 2 months, so I really kicked up my exercise routine - doing 3 hours of weights/toning and 4-5 hours of cardio/week.  STILL, the scale did not move for another 10 weeks!  Now, finally, after 10 weeks of serious exercise, appropriate diet, and maintaining the exercise program, the pounds are starting to drop off again again.



Original Post by: missisudz

I have been fat my entire life. At the age of 36 I had my last child and topped the scales at 253.

At that point in time I figured it was crunch time. I started out not eating at all and gradually moved to the no carb diet.

I managed to keep off all the weight until the last couple years in which I have gained 20 pounds. I am now 53 and have joined the gym, gone back to low carbs and hope that I can loose it and keep it going for the rest of myh life.

I do however find that at this age it is not as easy.


Missisudz,

Perhaps you may find this link helpful:

http://summertomato.com/low-carb-low-fat-and-high-protein-di ets-equally-useless/

Wish you all the best



Satriana, please don't let people try that 'well, you must have lost inches' or 'maybe it is just taking longer, or you need to work harder'.  I was eating 1200 calories per day, working out hard 5-6 days a week and in 8 weeks only lost 1, count 'em, 1 pound!  My drs tried those comments on me when I just flat confronted them about it not being normal.  They ran thyroid tests (normal) and other blood work.  Finally, one of my doctors found that a medication I was taking had a side effect of inhibiting weight loss in some people!  After cutting back to half the dose (which I could do safely), I dropped 12 lbs in the next month. 

I am 54 years old and have weight trained for years.  While my BMI says 'obese', my size doesn't show that.  It has taken me since June 09 to loose 22 lbs, but my goal is still 40 more lbs and I know it will take me a long time.  Please don't loose hope, but I understand people try to give you a reason why you aren't loosing - like you aren't really trying!!!!  Get some blood work done - talk to your doctors - be assertive!!!!!!



Wow! This is really a family! Thank you all for your time!

Pamelagl, my BMI is 25.2. I weight 71kg , 168 cm tall. I suffer from Low thyroid, on medication for 8 years - Eltroxin everyday, minimum dose.

Afpsnout, I burn 420 calories in 20 minutes on the treadmill, believe me, I'm ready to die when I'm done:-) But feel great after shower! Yes, I may have a problem with hydratation, I'm never thirsty.

Hesadevil, I consume less than 1200 calories a day.



It's a metabolic fact that if you eat less and exercise you will lose weight....unless:  a medical condition or medication get in the way.

On the other end of the scale, I've heard people saying they can't lose weight...but maybe they're not being real with themselves.  Maybe they're not logging all of the little bits of food that they graze on and maybe they aren't working as hard as they could in exercise.

I have a sister with real thyroid issues, on medication, and she has a terrible time finding balance in the diet and her weight even with good exercise.

If someone is really logging all the food, working hard at the exercise, and no change comes in 6 months, I think they should visit the doctor.  Heck, you should visit the doctor first before you begin....



I have been on my new diet and exercise regimen for 11 days now. I have lost only 4 pounds. I had not been to the gym before this time and I typically do cardio workout 4-5 times a week for 35 minutes. I do weight training on the other days that I am not doing cardio. I consume about 1200 calories or less a day, yet the scale isn't moving. My goal is to be 125 by late April but sitting at 141 right now it seems impossible to get there. I feel like at age 25 I should be able to drop the weight faster than it is.  Any recommendations people have to change it up or to have a better weight loss?



ande3780 - have you tried interval training, instead of straight cardio?  1200 calories or less may have your body in starvation mode which isn't going to help you.  My guess ( I'm not a nutritionist) is that you might want to be around 1800 calories a day.



It took me a month to see results.  The first 4 weeks  I lost a total of 5lbs.  Yet, I was not truly committed with calorie count.  I committed to counting calories for the next two weeks and I lost a total of 4 lbs.  About 2 lbs a week.  I go to the gym 5-6 days a week and try to do 1 hour of cardio, plus my abs and push ups and during the weekend, I have more time to include weight training.  My next weigh in is the 1st of Feb and then I will see the results of counting calories for one month.



Thanks ripthecore. What exactly is interval training? I did the calorie calculator and for my size 5'3" age 25 they said my target calories in a day is about 1200 calories.  My eat meter says 1600. Which one would you suggest to go by? Thanks for your help!



I have been counting my calories and going to the gym 5 times a week for 2 1/2 weeks. According to my analysis my average calorie intake has been 1,400. I have decided not to weigh myself until at least 4 weeks because I don't want to get discouraged with all of the hard work that I have done. It's been 8 months since my ACL/meniscus surgery on my knee and I don't want to over do it at the gym. However it's also nice to know that I can run again. In 8 months I went from 140 to 167 (I am 5'5) because I was inactive unable to do much. This is the heaviest I have ever been other than when I was pregnant. Now that my knee is getting better, I am back at the gym full force and really educating myself on what I eat, excersice and a healthy lifestyle. I did 3.5 miles in 42 minutes one day last week, and was able to run for 20 minutes! I have decided not to run everyday, according to one of the exercise programs you should rest twice a week to let your muscles recover, etc? Is this true? I don't feel like I have lost weight, but I feel alot better and I can feel my muscles getting stronger, maybe even losing a bit of fat around. I guess when I hear of all this people losing 10 lbs in two weeks it makes me wonder if I am not doing something right. ;-( I am doing cardio 4 times a week and weights two times a week. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I will comment in four weeks when I weigh myself.



ande3780 - 4 pounds in 11 days is FAST weight loss.  At that rate, you'll reach your goal way ahead of time.  If you notice your weight loss slow down, it's probably either because you're actually losing too fast or because you're not eating enough.  If you can maintain your current rate of weight loss for any length of time, then you'll be the envy of many people trying to lose weight.  You should be excited about what you're accomplishing!



I started end Aug 09 and only saw results because of a quick start diet that jumped me off. Loved it and am still using it. I lost 12 lbs. now remember for me my goal was only 18 lbs and I really didn't think I could do it. At 62 I had carried that weight forever... So losing the first 12 which took about 2 months, I then started eating what I loved but watched How I did it. For example living in Mexico, the midday meal is the big one and with time I converted to that thinking process so big (dinner) at 230-4 and lighter later. Now that alone kept the weight off for me and now I am back on to lose the balance. I am 3 lbs away from what I thought was an impossible goal. This is only the 2nd time in my life (since my kids were born 26 years ago) that I have been on a diet to lose weight...I'm a believer! And this site has been wonderful for tracking and encouraging me to succeed.



Ande- try this one:  http://www.myfatstranslator.com/fats_results.html?age=25& ;gender=2&weight=145&heightfeet=5&heightinch=3&a mp;activity=3&

With your stats it suggests that to maintain you would eat 2500 calories per day.  To lose, you just chop 500 calories per day off of that.  1800 calories will help you lose faster - but 1200 calories with your workout is extreme and your body starts to work against you.  You need fuel to work out.

Interval cardio you can google - or check out the Fitness section here at Cal count.

I have to tell you, interval training combined with strength training really, really works.  The interval training screws up your metabolism...in a good way.

Good luck, and stick to it!!!



I lost 2 lbs almost right away, but then it took a week to lose another pound, then lost another 2 days later, etc. I've been able to lose 51 lbs so far, since I started 7.5 months ago. I guess overall I've been doing about average; once I lost 3 lbs in a week, but that was the only time...mostly it averages about 1.5 per, sometimes 2.

As far as the fit of my clothes goes, I've gone down 2 sizes ~ both in tops and in jeans ~ no longer in the "X" range, so I'm happy about that! And even some of the Larges are getting loose on me, too.

When I first noticed a difference had to be about a week in, as my breathing got much better during a work-out ~ not so winded, able to work out for a longer time. Now I can go for 1-1.5 hours each day, no problem.

I look forward to reaching my goal weight so I can begin "maintenance mode." Wink



Thanks everyone for your support. I am looking into the interval training and it looks great. It makes me very excited! :) Good luck to everyone!



I'm glad I'm not the only one!

The first 74 pounds just melted in the first four or five months, no problem, but now it's nothing for a few weeks, then a drop, then nothing again. It was (and still kinda is) pretty shaky after going do fast in the beginning. I was really relieved to see that this pattern wasn't me doing something wrong. It took a whole 3 or 4 months for me to lose another 24. I really thought I was doing something terribly wrong, but now I know my body is just going to be losing this way until the end, regardless if it give me panic attacks.

That, and CC in general was really helpful and is great for getting my out of the slower weeks in one piece.

Great article!



I lost 20 lbs in my first three weeks and plateaued just as quickly. I realized that I wan't eating enough calories and the minute I changed my eating and changed my workout routine, I starting losing again.



Original Post by: amyappleton

I lost 20 lbs in my first three weeks and plateaued just as quickly. I realized that I wan't eating enough calories and the minute I changed my eating and changed my workout routine, I starting losing again.


Me too! I have been stuck @ 2 plateaus so far...both for about 3 weeks. I joined the Jillian Michaels website, hired a trainer & he told me that the calculator I was using (phord) was giving me WAY too many calories per day...at the time I was @ about 1550, so I tried the calculator @ the JM site, which cut me back to about 1430.

Right away, I lost a couple of pounds that first week, and it has been pretty steady since. Whenever I see that I go for 5-6 days w/o losing, I re-do the calc. @ the JM site, it gives me 5-20 less, and I start losing again. Right now I am @ 1332.

All in all, for all the calculators I've tried, it is the best one for me, as I can see that even a few calories a day can make a big difference. The CC site is wonderful for helping me track my daily input/output ~ for that I am very grateful for finding this site.

I guess the bottom line is this: we all do what it takes for our own individual situations. Some lose pounds faster, some inches. But whatever we have to do ~ we will all get to our goals if we remember just one thing, which is to NEVER GIVE UP!!!



I'm glad to see this article. I've always been fat (but I'm only 24 this month) and I started out at my heaviest ever - 237. I am 5'1''. I have been working towards my goal of 135 since October 15, and I have lost 33 pounds in 3 months. I am eating 1200 a day, give or take a little, and I get on my treadmill 45 minutes every day. Sometimes if the mood hits I do some weights, crunches, etc. Sometimes I lose FAST, other times slower, but thankfully, I am always losing something (well, with the exception of the two setbacks - Christmas and Thanksgiving). My family lives somewhere else so every time I go see them for a few days I gain maybe 4 pounds back. This is pretty frustrating because I know I would have lost more than 33 pounds by now if I hadn't gone to see them (they are Cuban and spend their lives eating everything!), but I always manage to get back on track after I get home. I have 69 pounds to go and I hope to get there by July 21 (my 3rd wedding anniversary), but this might be wishful thinking. We'll see, keep up the good work everyone!



Keep us posted. Thinking positive thoughts for you here in California!



Original Post by: maryjo8013

That is totally awesome.  I've only been doing this for about 2 1/2 weeks and I've lost 15 pounds.  I need to go 50 more.  Any thing that you would tell someone else when losing weight?


That isnt healthy. The loss may be mostly lean muscle mass, this has no positive consequences only negatives. It is highly recommended by Clinical Guidelines that you shouldn't lose more than 2 pounds a week, otherwise is unhealthy and most likely lean muscle mass.



Hi CC's, I'm weighing into this thread as I'm pretty desperate for advice! Here's my situation- any comments or advice is greatly appreciated:

I have been working out 2-5x a week(1 hour sessions) as well as playing netball once a week (1 hour) for 6 months straight.
i've built up to this from a very sedentary, couch-potato lifestyle.
I also watch what i eat and have halved portions.

I started this journey when i tipped the scales at 86kgs. I'm 164cms. After 6 months of the above (keeping in mind that I was sedentary beforehand and ate whatever, whenever) I have only lost 3 kgs. 3 fricken kilos!!!
I now hover at 83 kgs. Over xmas I put those hard-earned 3 kgs back on, but am now back to the previous plateu weight of 83 kgs. Nothing more will come off.

I have seen a couple of doctors about loosing weight and my current doctor flat out reccommended Optifast (meal replacement)! I am also about to change my contraceptive pill incase that is a contributiong factor. I am not on any other medication.

BTW my workouts are group fitness classes of step, water aerobics, aerobic circut and weight lifting. I mix it up each week and have actually come to love my gym time. My fitness has improved, but my clothes feel the same. I still have 'fat' days too, where i'm so bloated i look 3 months pregnant! I drink as much water as possible.

Please help! I want to be like you and loose 5-10 pounds in weeks, but this has been going on for MONTHS! so discouraged... :(  



hi everybody

just joined the club , I am 171.6 lbs now and I want to lose atleast 25 lbs in 3 months  ,, is it possible ?  it feels  soo difficult this  year last year 1 lost 18 lbs in almost 3 months  by dieting and excercing  all by myself with no support ..  and  in 1 year time it all came back  I am soo depressed now ..I am 171.6 from the new year ..no  changes at all  even though I am watching my diet and excercising ..help me

 



Hello everyone!

I have been counting calories and going to the gym 6 days a week since 1/4, i have lost 8 lbs so far. Im concerned that its not heathly. I still eat 3 meals a day and a snack before dinner, and i drink about 100 oz of water a day. Is this unhealthy or i am doing everyone okay?



Original Post by: satriana

Wow! This is really a family! Thank you all for your time!

Pamelagl, my BMI is 25.2. I weight 71kg , 168 cm tall. I suffer from Low thyroid, on medication for 8 years - Eltroxin everyday, minimum dose.

Afpsnout, I burn 420 calories in 20 minutes on the treadmill, believe me, I'm ready to die when I'm done:-) But feel great after shower! Yes, I may have a problem with hydratation, I'm never thirsty.

Hesadevil, I consume less than 1200 calories a day.


you may be undereating-  under 1200 a day isn't recommended/considered safe/nutritionally sound.  i've just upped my calories by 200, and have now lost 5 lbs in 2 1/2 weeks after a long plateau (like, almost a year).  i needed to eat more



This article really nailed it!  I don't "see" the weight I've lost, but others have.  Now I notice that my clothes are getting too big!  Fantastic!



189pounds-That is super frustrating that you are working so hard and not seeing much change. I posted on here earlier today and got some great advice that I am starting tomorrow. Try interval training. It seems like a great way to burn off fat and really shock your body, if you will. What foods are you eating and are you in your target calorie range? For my body type it calculates me to eat 1200 calories a day, which now I know is too little. So I shoot for about 1300 a day. A tip that I have read, is by drinking water (specifically really cold water) it tends to burn more calories since your body needs to heat that water. As stated in one of the earlier posts, maybe you have hypothyroidism or some hormonal imbalance that is preventing you from losing. Ask the doctors if there are any blood tests that they could run to see if there is an imbalance. I hope this helps some and I wish you all the luck and definitely here supporting you!



i was in exactly the same position you are in a few months ago so i know how you feel. increasing my time on treadmill to 30min. and drinking lots of water moved the scales for me. i've lost 25 ponds so far so hang in there:)



well, this is interesting! I'll try. thank you.



hi everybody

I lost 1 lb today  kind of encouraging ,, this is after working out for 4 days a week for 30 mins on treadmil,, I will continue with it .now I am 170.6 lbs today can somebody tell me about interval training what is it help me plz



huda79- For interval training, just google it and there are many different options on how to do it. Basically in a workout, you are at a low intensity for 2 minutes than crank up to super high intensity for 30 seconds, falling back to low intensity for one minute. There are numerous variations, so just try googling it :)



I'VE BEEN GOING TO THE GYM FOR A MONTH AND NOW IM LOOSING A POUND EVERY DAY. IM HAPPY AND A LITTLE SCARED BECAUSE THIS HAS NEVER HAPPENED AND I EAT NORMAL.



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