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any experiences going from 130 -> 100 or lower?


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#1 puppybreath

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Posted 25 November 2021 - 02:03 PM

im 125ish rn , sw is 130. would really like to be 100 by may of next year at the least. could you please let me know your experiences ? how long did it take and what did you do ?
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Posted 25 November 2021 - 02:05 PM

Followed 'cuz I'm in a pretty similar boat at the moment :P


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Posted 25 November 2021 - 02:07 PM

Followed 'cuz I'm in a pretty similar boat at the moment :P

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Posted 25 November 2021 - 02:14 PM

I went from 147 to 102 in the past six months. I used a mix of purging, restricting, exercise and fasting to get there. It's been draining though and now I'm being sent to res.

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Posted 25 November 2021 - 03:28 PM

131lbs ---> (68lbs) *Today*

I've had active AN for 9 years.
But I will say the most of the weight came off across the last 4 years.

But that was a mix of restriction, purging, working out like a psycho, and I also went into Residential treatment. After going into cardiac arrest.
But still.... I'm just out here determined to go lower for no good damn reason.

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Posted 25 November 2021 - 03:49 PM

It took me a little over two months. I’ve recovered a lot of the weight though… got sent to PHP lol. So be very careful, I was not in a good state.

We’re all stories in the end. Just make it a good one, eh?



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Posted 25 November 2021 - 04:13 PM

In about 6 months?
That's like 4 lbs/month, 1 lb/week

Aim for an average of 500 calories of a daily deficit and you should be good
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Posted 25 November 2021 - 05:05 PM

Ive gone from around 135 to 109 today since May. I started running or walking for 30ish minutes every morning. Also walking every chance I have and restricting and fasting
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Posted 25 November 2021 - 06:25 PM

I'm losing 3.5lbs a week and have been for over a month now. It's extreme, unsafe and really really hard but it can be done. I DONT recommend though.

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Posted 25 November 2021 - 08:07 PM

cherrylimeade- what is your daily calorie intake? and do you track your calories? running/walking 30 mins a day seems pretty feasible..

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Posted 25 November 2021 - 11:04 PM

from my highest 142lbs to my lowest (current) 94lbs it’s taken 2 years.  I lost to 129-130 without noticing, but my intentional weight loss to 100lbs after maintaining there for a while took 5 months.  I wasn’t counting calories, just usually eating one meal a day of whatever I wanted.  No exercise, occasional fasting.  To get from 100 to 94 has taken 7months and a rough cal estimate of 1100/day (my BMR is around there since I’m short). No exercise but more organic activity, occasional fasting / low restricting days. 

 

I don’t recommend starving yourself but considering you may do it anyway, I urge you try to be as safe as possible with high restriction, taking vitamins and so on.  See your doctor if you can.  Not sure your height but weight loss and tolerance of those weights will differ from person to person. 100lbs is considered a healthy weight for my height but could be dangerously low for someone taller


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Posted 25 November 2021 - 11:16 PM

I'm 5'7 and floating between 99 and 107

I got stagnant around 130 because I was struggling with being an alcoholic that leans towards high calorie fruity drinks while restricting heavily.


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Posted 26 November 2021 - 01:03 AM

i’ve gone from around 172 to 98 in about a year. once i dropped down to 130 it took me about 3 months to get to my lowest. pretty much stuck to around 800 cals/day and walked a ton.

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Posted 26 November 2021 - 01:05 AM

145 to 105. took almost a year but i just tried to eat a lot of fruit and vegetables and stay at about 1000 a day

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Posted 26 November 2021 - 11:29 AM

I'm losing 3.5lbs a week and have been for over a month now. It's extreme, unsafe and really really hard but it can be done. I DONT recommend though.


how much do you eat per day ? exercise?

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Posted 26 November 2021 - 11:38 AM

I'm not quite there yet myself but I did it and I currently maintain my weight without having purged (Only exercise purging). I did CICO and incorporated generous time spans of just maintaining the newly reached lw, because I would binge otherwise. It obviously takes longer but I'm confident I'm keeping this off for life, simply because I made it a habit and I changed my lifestyle to fit this way of eating and maintaining (and losing but that's only until I reach my gw).

 

I'm currently losing slowly again and my advice is:

 

Go slow and steady.

 

It's really that much better in my opinion because you don't risk binging and undoing all your progress by restricting way too low and/or purging or fasting a lot. Most of the time you lose weight but gain it again this way; when it comes off way too quickly without you having set new habits to support that new weight. That's how most people set themselves up for a horrible yoyo cycle. I can binge a day but I am currently always finding myself at  51-52kg, because I just got used to simply eating until I feel satisfied enough and then to just not. Whereas I was stuck at 59-60kg just a year ago when I still did Keto and religiously fasted and overexercised and and and... You get the point. I don't even count calories everyday anymore, since I can eyeball pretty well from years of weighing and counting food I can stay in a deficit just by guesstimating. I hope this helps.


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Posted 26 November 2021 - 11:43 AM

I'm not quite there yet myself but I did it and I currently maintain my weight without having purged (Only exercise purging). I did CICO and incorporated generous time spans of just maintaining the newly reached lw, because I would binge otherwise. It obviously takes longer but I'm confident I'm keeping this off for life, simply because I made it a habit and I changed my lifestyle to fit this way of eating and maintaining (and losing but that's only until I reach my gw).

 

I'm currently losing slowly again and my advice is:

 

Go slow and steady.

 

It's really that much better in my opinion because you don't risk binging and undoing all your progress by restricting way too low and/or purging or fasting a lot. Most of the time you lose weight but gain it again this way; when it comes off way too quickly without you having set new habits to support that new weight. That's how most people set themselves up for a horrible yoyo cycle. I can binge a day but I am currently always finding myself at  51-52kg, because I just got used to simply eating until I feel satisfied enough and then to just not. Whereas I was stuck at 59-60kg just a year ago when I still did Keto and religiously fasted and overexercised and and and... You get the point. I don't even count calories everyday anymore, since I can eyeball pretty well from years of weighing and counting food I can stay in a deficit just by guesstimating. I hope this helps.

I love your approach. Could you guess how much of a deficit you kept on average and for how long?


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Posted 27 November 2021 - 02:51 PM

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Posted 27 November 2021 - 03:24 PM

I love your approach. Could you guess how much of a deficit you kept on average and for how long?

 

Some days I ate at around 1200 - 1400 kcals when I wasn't that hungry, or didn't move much in the day (either one big meal and snacks or two bigger meals and one snack), and on other days I ate roughly 1600 - 1900 kcals, not exclusively when I moved more as in "I earned myself more calories to eat back" but also just when I felt like it. I rarely "shock" my body with huge amounts of food at once though, I eat so so slow and take many breaks, stopping when my belly's adequately filled so even if I ate more calories that day I didn't feel bloated and that made a bigger difference than the actual number of caloric deficit I kept.


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Posted 27 November 2021 - 08:39 PM

Went from 125 to 96 in about 6 months and then tried recovery, then went to 89, then attempted suicide unsuccessfully

 

Now at around 115. I think. 

 

Trying to lose again because recovery was just not my cup of tea. 

 

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