Is that too much to ask. To be a 'normal' weight after 50 years of yoyo dieting. For a few brief moments I have been under the 70kg but most of the time I have been up in the 90's.
For the first time, on Atkins, making sure I add the fat, I am beginning to think that maybe it is going to be possible.
To finally lose the weight and keep it off.
The struggle to lose weight is not building up day by day as it does on a low calorie low fat diet.
I take each day as it comes and my blood glucose is remarkably stable. I do not get binging moments or cravings.
I look forward to my meals. Am satisfied as I leave the table and often dont think about food for the next 3 to 4 hours.
I made a ratatouille the other day with olive oil, herbs and some spice. Am having that for supper with half a tin of pink salmon, some grated cheese and some of my hung yogurt cheese. Heat up the lot in the microwave. Quick supper and very tasty.
I am having tomatoes and onions every day and it is not affecting my weight loss at all. I could not live on a diet that bans tomatoes and onions.
My downfall food is bread and cereal. Any grains and I know I would be back on the binging wagon instead of this slow drift weightloss which seems to happen by magic.