Month 3 on The Metabolism Miracle

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I know I haven’t been blogging lately, but I have stayed on this diet for 3 months now and I have to say, I’m loving it!!

I finished my first 8 weeks right at Christmas, which was a cheat day for me, then I plunged into Step 2.  I did have another cheat day on my daughter’s birthday (Dec 29), but didn’t derail the diet.  I got right back on and had my next cheat day today.

Cheat day doesn’t mean “pig out day”.  I am simply allowed to eat those things that are otherwise forbidden on the diet.  Today’s lineup:  Burger King breakfast of Croissan’wich ™ and hashbrowns with a milkshake; pizza lunch with milk and a brownie; a few donut holes for a snack; spaghetti dinner with garlic bread; and a small Sonic Master Blast ™ later in the evening.  I also had a large glass of Cherry 7-Up that I sipped throughout the day.  I know, not-so-healthy, but that is after all the point of a cheat day.

I will have a cheat day (pre-scheduled) every 3 – 6 weeks depending on how I feel, and I will weigh the day before.  Some diets allow a cheat day every week, which I think is WAY too much, so I think this is reasonable.

Altogether I have lost 32.8 lbs so far, since November 1.  I feel great about that!

Let me know what you think in the comments below!

 

You can learn more about Metabolism Miracle here: http://www.themetabolismmiracle.com/

I am in no way affiliated with Metabolism Miracle.  I do not get any money (or any other benefits) for recommending them.

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  1. I found an easier way to lose weight. Oh, maybe it’s not easier. I’ve been watching my 600 lb. life, and it definitely makes me debate on second helpings. The other thing is that I’m having some problems with my teeth. That helped me dump 20 pounds in a couple of months. My doctor isn’t really happy about it, but when I almost got below 140 I was pretty thrilled. The only thing I don’t like about the teeth problems is that to really get it fixed I’d need braces for 18 months. Am I even going to live that long. Or I could spend $40,000 for a complete mouth reconstruction, but that would take a year of driving to Portland… and I don’t even like to do an occasional trip across the bridges. I know… choices.

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