Day 14: How’s the Weight Loss Program Working?


by Lillian Csernica on February 2, 2017

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Answer: Fourteen pounds in fourteen days. Yes, that’s right. I’ve lost on average one pound every day since I began the program.

This is not a testimonial or an infomercial. This is a celebration of overcoming a problem I’ve had since I was ten years old.

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I like eating vegetables. I like cooking. I can’t remember how I got into the rut of relying mostly on fast food or microwave dinners. When the kids were little I had to eat fast when I had a free moment, sure. The boys are legal adults now. It’s high time I abandoned the old instant gratification pattern for long term health and well-being.

All this without a specific exercise program. I’m still wearing the knee brace. There’s a communication problem between my doctor and the physical therapy people. I am in the middle, trying to get that sorted out. Until I know what I can and can’t do while my knee recuperates, I have to be careful.

Meanwhile, let me just say that I love Quest protein bars. So many flavors to choose from!

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4 responses to “Day 14: How’s the Weight Loss Program Working?

  1. As my all-time favorite fortune cookie once told me: Don’t stop now!

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  2. Congratulation, Lillian! You’re well on the way of reaching your goal 😉

    I do like cooking. I actually cook fresh meals everyday (some frieds tell me I’m crazy, but that’s what my mum did so I suppose I took that up from her). Yes, it takes a bit of time, but not too long… and I reserve more complicated meals for when I have the time. On normal working days, a quick dish is always available at my house 😉

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