OK, so I'm forty pounds down. That's a lot, but 260 looks a lot like 300, so I don't have any new pictures.
For a short while I went the medically supervised weight loss route. (That'd be Ph*nt*rm!n* aka legal speed.) I felt like crap. After I took my pill in the morning, it was like I had been struck with narcolepsy. I wasn't hungry, but neither was I awake. The weight loss was swift, but not worth it.
At this point, I am just forgoing sugared foods. Since I am a compulsive overeater, with sugar and flour items topping the binge list, that action alone has been resulting in slow weight loss.
The "plan" is to add good things to my diet and eliminate things that trigger my binging or are just bad for me:
- 'Bye sugar.
- Buy fruits and veggies.
- 'Bye white bread.
- Buy whole grains.
- 'Bye Diet Coke.
- Buy water.
Number five may just keep moving down the list. To quote Miss Scarlett, "I won't think of it now. I can't stand it now. I'll think of it later." Today's job is no sugar and plenty of fruits and veggies. Later is a good time to ponder the rest of the list.