I’m a fat man, about 90 lbs over weight.
I’m about 35 pounds from where I want to be
I’m about 40 lb over what I want to be. It would do my back a lot of good to lose some weight for sure
I want to loose five kg in a healthy way.
The five kg make me look fat said my dad and I agree.
I can’t eat less though.
It would be dangerous to eat less than i do.
I don’t want to become anorexic.
I weighed 155 lbs. yesterday. I weighed 156 odd lbs. today. I’m 5’ 8.5" tall and female.
Technically I am 10lbs over my BMI weight but my doctor said for my height and build I am fine now. I use to be about 80lbs over weight.
I am right around 86 lbs over weight… I’m dropping weight really pretty quickly! I am counting calories and trying not to eat any sugar… It’s hard though
At this point probably pushing 20-30 pounds overweight. Used to be more. I got really impulsive and hungry on abilify and in quarantine so I got delivery everyday from like mcdonalds. Awful
Now things are opening back up and I can go to the gym. Time to claw my way back to a normal weight
I’m like 33 pounds over weight.
I managed to lose a good amount of weight when I was off of the Depakote but now I’m back on it.
I am constantly battling these cravings for unhealthy food.
My nutritionist told me that Depakote increases your appetite immensely.
I am finding this to be a real problem.
How much is 59 kg in lbs?
multiply 59 by 2.5
İ have at least 15 kilos overweight.to reach my pre sz condition i have to give about 30 kilos.i used to be 83 kilos.now i m 110 kilos.
So I’m 147.5 lbs I think.
Thank you for taking the time to reply.
I want to know because a machine at the gym says to enter your weight in lbs instead of kg.
every kg is 2.2 lbs you are 59 kgs so you are 129.8 lbs
Thank you for your reply.
This gives me so much hope. I gained 60 pounds on meds and it’s destroyed my self esteem
You can do it with hard work, determination and consistency. But I know it’s not easy. Just don’t give up
Thank you Pianogal…15151515
To lose weight is not a short term thing. It requires a life change to healthy eating and exercise.
It really takes hard work, especially after the initial rapid loss most people have suddenly stops. It is a long term so you have to think years. And with a lifestyle change you are more likely to keep it off.
I eat 1550 calories, do 240 press ups a day, and now have started using my dumb bells some more. Even with this I just maintain weight.
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