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I am new to diet.com. I am here because the only times I've successfully lost weight and kept it off is when I am accountable to someone other than me. I can lie to me and avoid the scale, but I am committed to not lying here, to posting at least every few days, and to not being the fat mom! I know I can't control everything in life, but I can control what I put in my mouth and when I veg out instead of work out.

So here's a new start. Today the scale had a terrifying number of 196.2. I've gained nearly 40lbs in a year. Yes you read that correctly. So now I am back to being committed to not being closer to 200 than 100.

Tomorrow, no sodas, no sweets, and no breakfast tacos!!!

I'll keep you all updated as I progress.





@ 2:13pm ET on March 28, 2016
You can do this!!!


@ 4:03pm ET on April 12, 2016
Hello,

I am also a newbie to diet.com. I have always been a yo-yo dieter. I do really well for a few days to a few weeks and then get tired of not seeing any changes and quit :( I recently started a new program and am absolutely in love. I am doing an 8 day challenge and am on day 6 and I have already lost 10 lbs. I didn't think that was possible. The program is absolutely great. I am a busy working mom and didn't have the energy to excercise, and now I do. If you would like to know more about this program, let me know, or send me an e-mail lacyfuehrer2@gmail.com......good luck!

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