View Full Version : Weekly weight loss update since 1st Jan 06
01-29-2006, 02:55 PM
Well, it's 4 weeks today that I started my 100% raw lifestyle and this morning I found that I've lost 13 lbs in that time. No hassle and no hunger - I'm thrilled.
How is everyone else doing? I know there were a few of us who started this on 1st January - both for weight loss, health and moral reasons.
1st Jan 06 202 lbs
29th Jan 06 189 lbs
This fall I was 256 #. As of Jan. 29, I am 231 #.
Being 100% raw, and not 80% raw, makes such a big difference! I feel better and I think my hair is starting to grow back!!
Great for you, Tracy!
01-29-2006, 05:46 PM
I started on the 27th of December at 180 lbs and am at 170. I hope it keeps going like this. I've cut out nuts and minimized dried fruit so fingers crossed.
Good luck everyone!
01-29-2006, 05:55 PM
i started jan. 1st also. As of today, the 29th, i've only lost 4.5 pounds. I'm not doing this for weight loss, though it's nice, so i'm okay with not losing a whole bunch. i only have 9 or 10 lbs to bring me to my goal of 100lbs.
youre doing great and getting awesome results, keep up the good work!!!!
Congratulations to all of you on your success, that's wonderful! Glad to hear you are enjoying the raw food way of living and wish you all continued success.
01-30-2006, 08:53 AM
Jan 1st: 281
Jan 29th: 259
Lost 7 more pounds this week probably because I really didn't feel like eating some days. One day I had to force myself to eat a salad because all day I just ate a couple pieces of fruit.
01-30-2006, 09:35 AM
First, I want to say Congratulations to all who have lost weight. When you want to loose weight, it does mean a lot to see changes. It sure does to me. I feel like I'm trying to find the real me. lol. :)
January 2nd = 169.4 lbs
January 30 = 160.3 lbs
I have been stuck for a while, but started reading Alissa's book from the beginning, and that made me make changes. The acid/alkaline and the enzyme thing changed my perception and opened my eyes. I hope weightloss will be easier now, that I'm eating all raw.
01-30-2006, 10:00 AM
Yahooooooooooooo to everyone!!!!!!!!!!!
Jan 1st=183 lbs
Jan. 29=173 lbs
But better than the weight loss is how great I feel, my arthritis pain is gone, my back pain is gone, my gray hair has darken and gotten thicker. I have not had any acid reflux in 2 weeks. I am off all my medications for arthritis and acid reflux.
01-30-2006, 11:55 PM
I haven't been 100% for the last week. Daqrned vacation. But I did manage 75% even while eating in resturants. Yeah me!
Jan 1 155
Jan 30 144
not bad considering my thyroid problem. Also I've been having some severe tooth ache pain, infection & swelling for the last week. At this point I'm eating nothing but juice (raw) & hot soup. I tried doing raw soup but the heat really helps the pain & swelling.
I hope to get back to 100% raw once I can chew again.
Congrats to everyone who's been at this since Jan1. Here's to Feb!
01-31-2006, 12:13 AM
I began my raw food journey on Jan. 4, and I lost 12 lbs in the first two weeks. I was a size 8 at the time. Since then I've moved, so I don't have a scale anymore (probably a good thing), but today I thought I was kidding myself to try my size 4's (as the 8's were way to baggy, and I didn't have any 6's) AND THEY FIT! Like really fit! I'm so freaking thrilled!!!!!! So, I have no idea how much weight I've lost. Jan. 4th I was 146, then I was down to 138, and then down to 134. So who knows now what I weigh. But I feel GREAT!
01-31-2006, 02:13 AM
That's fantastic Mary Poppins. Congrats! :) That sounds like the dream of a weight loss. Something a lot of people would like to experience.
Chole, the tooth ache sounds awful, and I hope things will be okay soon. I think 100 percent raw and maybe 100 percent alkaline for a while, will help you work on the toxins and get them out. Hot tea should be allright. I doubt that this turns to acid in the digestive system. It doesn't feel like it to me. The very best of luck to you. And congrats on your weightloss too. :)
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