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Old Sat, Apr-01-17, 07:26
tess9132 tess9132 is offline
Plan: general lc
Stats: 214/146/130 Female 5'4"
Progress: 81%
Default I'm Fat! (No Longer Obese)

Thread title says it all. I never thought this day would come. Even 15 pounds ago it seemed so far away and unattainable. Although it's been slow going, it hasn't been all that difficult. My original plan was to be below by 170 by Easter and then go into a maintenance mode. I've definitely decided against that. At some point I will go back into maintenance before I start losing again, but right now I'm on such a losing high that I don't want to stop.
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Old Sat, Apr-01-17, 08:13
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ferrygirl ferrygirl is offline
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Posts: 2,663
Plan: Atkins
Stats: 203/173.2/165 Female 67 inches
Progress: 78%
Location: Japan


(my woohoo by itself is too short)
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Old Tue, Apr-25-17, 08:05
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khrussva khrussva is offline
Posts: 7,602
Plan: My own - < 30 net carbs
Stats: 440/213/210 Male 5' 11"
BF:Energy Unleashed
Progress: 99%
Location: Central Virginia - USA

Me too! Isn't it great!! I love being just fat... and healthy. Imagine all the twig thin young vegans rolling their eyes at such a comment. But it really is great. Being just slightly overweight and not obese by BMI standards may actually be a healthier place to be than those who strive to be rail thin. Being just a little fat is cause for celebration. Congratulations.
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Old Tue, Apr-25-17, 11:13
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calico32 calico32 is offline
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Posts: 270
Plan: Keto
Stats: 284.6/239.0/175 Female 5 foot 4 inches
Progress: 42%
Location: Virginia

Great job!
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Old Tue, Apr-25-17, 11:33
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thud123 thud123 is offline
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Posts: 5,281
Plan: ~25NC/IF
Stats: 342.2/226/000 Male 182cm
Progress: 34%

congratulations tess, I like your approach. You've done well.
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