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Less to lose = slower loss process?

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Posted by ValarieLemons on 6 years ago I wonder if having 54 pounds to lose rather than more means I'm going to lose it at a much slower rate than those with more to lose, or if I actually need a few more calories in juice a day to keep my metabolism revved. I'm losing something like half a pound a day, though not always that much. [url=http://www.TickerFactory.com/weight-loss/woGQtd5/] [img]http://tickers.TickerFactory.com/ezt/t/woGQtd5/weight.png[/img] [/url]

This topic contains 3 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by Claire Georgiou - ND 6 years ago.

Replies To Less to lose = slower loss process?

  • ValarieLemons

    6 years ago
    PS - I've been working out at the gym three of the last four days, average of 650 calories burned each time, according to my heart rate monitor. I do cardio and weightlifting.
  • Claire Georgiou - ND

    6 years ago
    Dear Valarie, This is still enough weight to lose for it to come off at a rate of 0.5-1 lbs per day although it will vary at different stages throughout your reboot! Here are a few posts about weight loss plateaus that can be useful for extra tips and guidelines to follow - http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/breaking-through-a-weight-loss-plateau/ http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/7-ways-to-break-through-a-weight-loss-plateau/ http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/eight-loss-your-reboot/ Let me know if you have any further questions!

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