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07 November 2008


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I get the Nutrition Action newsletter, and this was their top rated diet book. They said that studies had found that people who followed it were more likely to maintain their weight loss.

You seem to have already done a lot of her techniques, but we started adding a salad before the main part of the meal, and trying to add more veggies to the meal.

I also liked that she suggested adding snacks, so that you don't gorge at meals.


What is your weight goal, if you don't mind saying? I only ask because 112 is a weight I'll never see again, even if I were in the best shape ever. I know you've mentioned your height in a previous post, but I can't remember.


I'm 4'11".

My weight has been 156 for years (BMI of 31.5, obese).

I dropped to 148 last year doing low carb (BMI 29.9, just barely not obese anymore and merely overweight.)

Starting in May I began to drop from there to where I am now, 111 (BMI 22.4). I crossed into the "normal" BMI range at 123 pounds, some time ago.

My goal is 108 lbs and BMI of 22, the middle of the normal range.

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