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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Dinner: zoodles or zucchini noodles (116 cals).

    Probably doesn't look that great but is yummo.

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    What tool do you use to make your zoodles. I have a julienne peeler type thing but there is a lot of wastage with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    What tool do you use to make your zoodles. I have a julienne peeler type thing but there is a lot of wastage with it.
    I have a spiraliser like this one. There isn't too much wastage. You can still use the leftover bits by cutting them up small, eating them whole (like I tend to), or save it for a stock or similar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Dinner: zoodles or zucchini noodles (116 cals).

    Probably doesn't look that great but is yummo.

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    That looks amazing!!

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    Not having a great day. I weighed myself - even though I knew I should wait until Friday - and after a week of eating a thousand times better than normal and after another fasting day I'm only down 200 grams. Blergh.

    I'm going to keep going, but I'm losing the initial first week motivation/enthusiasm. This sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jade24 View Post
    Not having a great day. I weighed myself - even though I knew I should wait until Friday - and after a week of eating a thousand times better than normal and after another fasting day I'm only down 200 grams. Blergh.

    I'm going to keep going, but I'm losing the initial first week motivation/enthusiasm. This sucks.
    Don't pay too much attention to the numbers on the scales, you might be dropping centimeters as opposed to kgs atm.
    I'm rather guilty of weighing myself just about every day and my weight fluctuates massively each day. I guess that's why it's recommended to weigh yourself no more than once a week.

    On the upside 200gms is still a loss and any loss is an awesome loss! Slower weightloss=less chance of loose skin too, so there are definite upsides.




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    You're so right! I know it logically, but I'm just struggling with the fact I'm ready to be skinny now and I don't see why it can't happen instantly :P haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by jade24 View Post
    You're so right! I know it logically, but I'm just struggling with the fact I'm ready to be skinny now and I don't see why it can't happen instantly :P haha
    Haha.. I'd love to be skinny right now too but getting this big didn't happen overnight so getting down to a good size ain't going to either.
    We will get there though! Just hold in there.

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    Omg. Yes. I would love to be skinny right now too.

    Before we went away, DH and had a concerted effort at this diet/lifestyle.
    Weight loss was slow, but we went on a 5 week holiday and ate, drank and decreased our usual physical activity.
    I put only 1 kilo on in that time.

    I firmly believe that while the weight comes off slowly, it also comes back on slowly if you come off fast days for a period of time.

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    That's the great thing about 5:2 I think, I can really see it as a long term lifestyle change that I can stick to because it doesn't have too many restrictions.

    I saw this idea on Instagram and thought I'd share. I have two jars, one is filled with gems and each one represents 500 grams of weight, so I then transfer them to the empty jar as the weight comes off. I love it because I look at it every day and it motivates me to get more gems across

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    And the jars:

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    great idea! where do you get the pearls from?


 

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