Name: LissiloteAge: 22Location: PASex: FBMI: 20.1Height: 5'4"Current Weight: 117 lbsHighest Weight: 130 lbsLowest Weight: 105 lbsShort Term Goal: 110 lbsLong Term Goal: 103 lbsWhat ED you have(if any):Date Starting Diet: soon?Hey everyone, I really want to start this diet and lose some weight before June, but I'm living back at home with my parents; how can I get around dinnertimes and stay on the diet? Advice & encouragement appreciated! :)
Hey everyone... Here's my statsName: Krystyna G Age: 18Location: CanadaSex: FBMI: 21.1Height: 5' 7"Current Weight: 135lb (checked at Wal-Mart since i don't own a scale )Highest Weight: 137lb Lowest Weight: 120lb (grade 8)Short Term Goal: 120 lbLong Term Goal: 110 lbWhat ED you have(if any): NONEDate Starting Diet: Feb. 1, 2008 (hopefully)Comments: This is the first diet that sounds less harsh than most of the other ones I have seen. But the thing with me is, I don't know how to exercise... @ all. I can't do anything. I can't do situps, crunches, etc. So where do I start? I want to have a complete healthy lifestyle so thats why I would probably do this diet because its not as harsh as the master clease. I read the FAQ and it was suggested that excersise should be added to the SHD, so I guess my question is as a beginner in the whole exercise thing where do I start?
i have written in my journel for over two years i just noticed. a very very very long time. i am back purging again, so i gues i need to check in again. hello to you all, i probably dont u know you all at this stage as u are probably all new. but nice meeting u.
Name: HollyAge: 23Height: 5'4Highest Weight: 154Lowest Weight: 115Current Weight: I'll find out at the Dr. Tuesday, but probably 154Eating Disorders(if any): Diet pills!Why you are using the Sacred Heart Diet:I used the Sacred Heart Diet back in 2005 and it worked!! I lost about 5 pounds (water weight) immedietly, and lost about 10 pounds after the week. Of course I put it back on right after it ended...My friends and I found this awesome Dr. who has this diet program he offers to anyone who wants it (he's pretty sketchy for that but who cares!)and for 35 bucks every 2 weeks I get Adepex and water pills and they make the weight pretty much fall off, it just sucks since I never have the money for it.. So Im going back on the pills Tuesday and kick starting my diet with the Sacred Heart Diet!!! I love this diet...it works soo good!Wish me luck:):)
Name: CharAge: 20Location: ConnecticutSex: FBMI: 25Height: 5'2.5Current Weight: 140Highest Weight: 187Lowest Weight: 135Short Term Goal: 125Long Term Goal: 110What ED you have(if any): none i dont believeDate Starting Diet: august 1st thats when i'll have money to buy food
I did this diet a couple of years ago, and it really worked for me, but i've let myself go alot. So, i'm starting again, different journal, different state of mind and ready to go. Name: HellyAge: 19Location: Luton, EnglandSex: FemaleBMI: 37.2Height: 5'4"Current Weight: 217lbsHighest Weight: 225lbsLowest Weight: 170 (lowest i can remember and where i got to last time)Short Term Goal: 200Long Term Goal: 130What ED you have(if any): None, but COE tendenciesDate Starting Diet: 26/03/07 (going to go shopping tomorrow so i can have a fresh start in a new week)Hope you're all well :)x
If I follow this diet, but don't eat the soup, will it still work? For example, one day one, if I just eat fruit and no soup. Also, if the soup is highly reccomended, can I substitute homemade soup for canned vegetable soup?responses would be GREATLY appreciated. thanks. =]
Hi, I guess I should make an introductory post :)Name: KatieAge: 16Location: UKSex: FemaleBMI: 25Height: 5"2Current Weight: 137Highest Weight: 154Lowest Weight: 137Short Term Goal: 130Long Term Goal: 112What ED you have(if any): BulimiaDate Starting Diet: It's been an ongoing battle for quite some time. I can't place an exact date.:) Uhm, that's all I really have to say at the moment!
I've reviewed and compiled a long list of diet/nutrition websites and online resources over a long period of time and I'm here to tell you that since the changes to Calorie-Count, it has become the be-all end-all of interactive nutrition online. Fit-Day is pretty good, but ultimately wants you to buy a program that makes its use more effective. Calorie-Count, however, has no such ulterior motive. They get enough traffic that banner ads (but not popups) pay for their site and they don't solicit you in any way. You must, as with any comprehensive interactive online solution, join the website, but it's free. When you join, you get...
I kind of stretched milk to include other dairy products like....icecream and string cheese *shifty eyes* Probably consumed around 1,300 calories which is a lot compared to lately. It was heavenly to have sweets again but I think I went a little nuts :/ The good news is I just bought the kinetic eye toy playstation game (it rocks!) so I've gotten a workout with that for a good portion of the day.I think I've gotten plenty of protein. Mayybe I could cut back on the beef tomorrow to make up for all the excess calories?