Whare IS everybody??????????? Restarting now!

Introduce yourself to the forum.
(Guests Welcome)

Re: Can't wait to start!

Postby Karli » May 30th, 2009, 8:06 pm

Nurcyn wrote:Hi all, I'm Cyndi, waiting on my shipment to arrive today. Can't wait to get started. I've been very inspired by so many people on here! Looking forward to feeling healthy again. With an on-my-feet job like nursing and 2 kids under 6, I need all the energy I can get!! Especially hoping ya'll can help me through the first few days, since I've heard they're pretty brutal. Just wanted to introduce myself!

Starting weight: 265. Post a pic when I'm at home....at work for now! :D


You know, Cyndi, the first few days will be a bit tricky perhaps, but your maiden voyage is the best time to go through those days !! That is because you are inspired and want what you want, and realize you have found a way to get it ! And, that is very true !!! Get on the MF train and just ride them tracks to the end, like they're goin' outta style !!

mantra :

The best way/time to get through the first few days is the maiden voyage.
Karli
Preferred Member - #50 Club
 
Posts: 1658
Joined: June 24th, 2006, 11:20 pm

So far, so good!

Postby Nurcyn » May 31st, 2009, 10:03 am

Hi all, I received my shipment Friday and started yesterday. I noticed some definite lightheadedness and would suddenly get ravenously hungry after about 2 hours, but I stuck through it because I know it's only for a few days. Day 2, shake #1 down, and I'm actually excited about this. Crazy, but yesterday was the first day in WEEKS I didn't have acid reflux! Keep ya'll posted! Good luck everyone! :D
Image
Nurcyn
Regular Member - #20 Club
 
Posts: 45
Joined: May 29th, 2009, 1:36 pm

Postby nickieluv » May 31st, 2009, 10:12 am

The first few days can be a source of lightheadedness, fatigue, and headaches - but it does pass. And as you now know with your acid reflux, MF can have immediate benefits besides weight loss as well!
User avatar
nickieluv
Preferred Member - #10 Club
 
Posts: 2703
Joined: June 21st, 2006, 4:09 pm
Location: Central New York

Postby Guest » June 5th, 2009, 3:57 am

Advil works for me


Hate to say it but last time I did this and it was going well, I got so dizzy once that I almost passed out driving home. I had been staying up late typing papers and doing school work and it all took its toll. I decided to buck up and actually take the Advil and make sure I had something extra just to get through the rough period. I have been told that an extra shake in the beginning is OK if you need it.

I like to make the oatmeal into pancakes and dip it in blueberry WF syrup. It gives me a little bit of sweet and I can sit with a fork and eat something more substantial. It helped many nights to alleviate dizziness.

Good luck
User avatar
Guest
 

Postby sidrah » June 5th, 2009, 4:00 am

Anonymous wrote:Advil works for me


Hate to say it but last time I did this and it was going well, I got so dizzy once that I almost passed out driving home. I had been staying up late typing papers and doing school work and it all took its toll. I decided to buck up and actually take the Advil and make sure I had something extra just to get through the rough period. I have been told that an extra shake in the beginning is OK if you need it.

I like to make the oatmeal into pancakes and dip it in blueberry WF syrup. It gives me a little bit of sweet and I can sit with a fork and eat something more substantial. It helped many nights to alleviate dizziness.

Good luck


Sorry. That was me. Forgot to log in
Don't really care as long as everything's better than yesterday was...

@}---- @}---- @}---- @}----
User avatar
sidrah
Preferred member
 
Posts: 920
Joined: January 2nd, 2006, 8:11 pm
Location: Phoenix

Re: Whare IS everybody??????????? Restarting now!

Postby FrankieJ1 » June 22nd, 2009, 11:10 pm

Hi Everyone!

Lots of restarters, I guess I am not the only one. 8) We come back to MF because it works!!! I love this plan when I actually stick to it.

Nice to see you all out there and look forward to your posts.... :thumbup:
~ FrankieJ1

Re-re-start: 6/21/09
Starting: 195 lbs, 5'2", 41 y.o.
1st Mini Goal: 185
Goal: hard to say. . . one clothing size smaller at a time. Currently size 18. 125 lbs would be awesome.
User avatar
FrankieJ1
Newbie
 
Posts: 6
Joined: June 21st, 2009, 10:06 pm
Location: So. Cal.

Re: Whare IS everybody??????????? Restarting now!

Postby dede4wd » July 12th, 2009, 3:15 pm

Well, this must be my 184,000 re-start. But at least I know I always have a program and a forum to come back to. I guess my biggest thing right now is not the program, it's letting myself off the hook for slipping, realizing I can keep going one meal later and finally battling the demons that cause me to run for the cookies and cake when I'm overwhelmed. I'm working on it.
Age: 37 Ht: 5'10"
User avatar
dede4wd
Preferred Member - #50 Club
 
Posts: 3934
Joined: March 14th, 2006, 11:08 pm
Location: Phoenix, AZ

Re: Whare IS everybody??????????? Restarting now!

Postby Triskets is Back! » September 24th, 2009, 8:21 am

dede4wd - you are not alone. I've been out for more years than you have but I don't remember just how long. I used this diet in 1989 and got rid of the extra poundage but over the years gained it back because I did not use a maintenance program. I've tried all of the other diets but keep coming back to MF because it does work. And now they have those delicious candy like bars that really help with my dessert cravings.
So I'll be back on track in the next day or so and this time I will get rid of all the excess poundage I'm carrying around.
Good luck to all!
User avatar
Triskets is Back!
 

Previous

Return to Come on in.



 


  • Related topics
    Replies
    Views
    Last post

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 0 guests