Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably know..
40 pounds in 6 months....
Since when is that not an accomplishment?.
Did anyone ever tell you that the road is easy?.
Did anyone ever tell you that you wouldn't plateau?.
The deal is, yes the weight will come off, but one must realize there is nothing magic to it. There are things that the loser must do. Being patient with yourself and the process is an important key to staying on to p of things...
I find if I dont do the protein shakes I dont lose as quickly so if you dont like the shakes then find a protein source that can get in the amount you need I try to get in 2 shakes a day at least one with some fruit in it I am still having fun creating to make the drinks more of pleasure than a chore I couldn't do the protein shots but they are a quick solution and then have a sugar free Popsicle to kill the after taste..
Hi there. I'm about 2 1/2 weeks out and not losing very fast, but like you I am losing inches. Let's stay in touch and support each other!..
Try Try Try not to measure your success on how fast you lose the weight. Measure your succes on how well you are following the program. This is success. Rember where you came from and where you are now. Remember all the good habits you are forming. Remember everyone is different and not to judge yourself by what others do.
Told me to give myself a gold star on the calendar for every day I followed the program and it is very nice to look at month after month of gold stars. Do not dwell on the numbers so much...
You said it yourself - your body is changing like crazy in the best possible way. Muscle weighs more than fat, and if you were like me and were more than 50 percent fat at time of.
, the pounds don't mean a thing. I will say however not getting enough protien and calories with an active schedule will stall your actual pounds lost. Your body learns to be very efficient on very little, which is why plateaus happen. As the babymakers, it is hardwired into our physiology. Even more so if you have any Native American bloodlines. Increase your Medifast food intake and the intensity of your workouts, and I guarantee the scale will start to move.
I think she/he would be the more knowledgeable and supportive choice anyways for this issue...