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Old 13-11-2017, 21:44
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Hi all,

So Iím 8 days Iím to the EP. Iím so absolutely determined for this to work this time! Iíve read the Beck Diet Solution and have started using some of the techniques. They seem pretty useful. Iíve written down, and read every day, all the reasons why I want to lose weight (sleep apnea, general discomfort, blood pressure, painful joints, prepare for pregnancy).

Iíve got about 40kg to lose. Thatís pretty huge, to be frank. My starting weight itís 101.6 and my ideal weight is ~60kg (depending on whether I use my current shoe size or the shoe size that Iíll go back to once Iíve lost the weight). Iíve decided that I will only weigh and measure myself once a month because I think if itís any more itíll turn into daily and then if I gain or plateau, Iíll be disheartened...

This is my second time around and I desperately want it to be my last. When I did Cohens for the first time, I started at 76kg and I was 21. Oh the folly of youth!! What I would do now to be 76kg! It all went wrong because I had an immature, short term view. I thought that I could lose the weight, go back to what I was eating and somehow miraculously keep the weight off. Long story short, I stopped as soon as I was at my goal weight, didnít do refeeding, and here I am, 40kg heavier, 10 years later.

I think itíll take about 6 months (maybe 12) to ditch this weight and thatís a bit scary. But in the other hand, itís taken me 10 years to gain that so itíd be pretty good to get rid of it 10x faster. And a year goes by so quickly. To think that Iíll be my goal weight by Christmas next year is really quite nice.

So here I am! I thought that keeping a diary would help me keep focus and be accountable - weíll see!
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Old 13-11-2017, 22:16
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Hi Stella,
Welcome to this good place. I hope you get to enjoy the learnings and the camaraderie that Cohens people generate on here.

As a gift for joining up, I wanted to say I don't believe it will take you a year to shed 40Kgs. Many things factor into that equation, but most find that they can shed 1Kg a week pretty much on a regular basis, and any extra is a "bonus". Even more, depending on your age now, the younger you are the quicker you shed the excess. If you were 21 just 10 years ago, then you are still YOUNG and you should get maximum weightloss thanks to your youth.

Of course, other things may affect the actual path you take - but if you endeavour to follow the Plan to a "T", then you will maximise the weightloss and minimise the duration of the Plan.

Go hard Stella - and here's an idea re the question "To weigh, or not to weigh". I hope it helps you with your decision:-

http://newyouforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8713

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Old 14-11-2017, 08:37
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Old 14-11-2017, 10:07
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Welcome Stella, there are a couple of us still alive in here

Forget what happened in the past, that's done, focus on what you can do from today.

If you aren't keen on weighing I would do measurements weekly and weighing 4 weekly, its amazing how fast those measurements go down and reinforcing that you are doing things right.

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Old 19-11-2017, 10:23
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Another week down, so far so good.

Thank you Koh - that thread about when to weigh is a good one. I'm using an old plan and had decided that if it doesn't work (either not losing weight or hunger doesn't settle), then I'll do a blood test and get a new plan. So the idea of weighing myself sooner than 4 weeks to make sure it's working is a really good one! Re a year... Yeah, I have a crazy dream that I'll knock off 10kg a month and my done with refeeding by April (I think Anna averaged that weight loss pace?) But I don't want to get my hopes up and focus on such a close date in case I lose focus and dedication if it takes longer than that...

Hi Tess and Anna - good to see other people are still here! Thanks for your replies and welcomes.

After nearly two weeks, I've lost 5.2kg and between 2-3.5cm each on my waist, hip and thigh. It's crazy how quickly this works, but I've already noticed a difference in how my clothing feels and have fished a few clothes out of my too small closet that now fit! I have undone the last year's worth of weight gain. That is very nice to think about I feel like I'm getting into a rhythm of cooking and preparing my food every day. It's tiring but what I've gotta do so that's that.

I had my first big social outing last night - an engagement party with an open bar and lots of food circulating. I did pretty well! I premade dinner and ate it in the car on the drive over (super classy look: draping a tea towel over my party dress while eating on the freeway!), only drank diet softdrink and turned down all the food that came past. It was interesting to observe my super slim cousin nursing one glass of wine for the whole night and turning down the deep fried snacks compared with my sister (whose weight yoyos) gobbling down the snacks and drinking lots... I got a couple of looks from my family about not drinking but told them that I was designated driver. They didn't seem to notice that I wasn't eating the snacks. So that was good!

Next weekend is going to be tough. We've got friends staying over Friday & Saturday night, so my husband and I looked through menus of local restaurants and picked out places where I could have a semi-compliant dinner. I'll have Cohen's breakfasts and pack lunches each day, so it should be okay, but I'm a little nervous. I've told my mother in law (she and my husband's family will also be in town next weekend) that I'm 'taking a break' from alcohol (I did that for 4 months earlier this year), so hopefully she won't push for more than that. (She gets really nosy about diets and food and then goes into 'doctor' mode, where she pretends that what she's read on the internet about remedies is as good as being a specialist doctor in that field and gives a ****-tonne of unsolicited advice. I'm being a bit harsh. She means well but it's best to just completely avoid the topic otherwise you'll never hear the end of it.)

Anyway, I'm happy with the progress so far (on track for 10kg months!) and can't wait to get out of the 90s !!
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Old 19-11-2017, 11:59
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I have undone the last year's worth of weight gain. That is very nice to think about
...... in less than two weeks? I'd say you would be very pleased with that result. Awesome !!

And yeah, on track for a 10Kg first month - that would be a great start - less than 30% of Cohenites get to achieve that result..... see here:-
http://newyouforum.com/forum/poll.ph...lts&pollid=156

Don't lose sight of the big picture though - I'd hate you to be upset if you only make 9.5Kg, 'cos in the end, your body will do its best for you so long as you do your best for it. Staying happy is another way you can help your body to shed weight quicker (believe it or not), so count your blessings as well as your grams of food, and things should go along swimmingly.

Also, just 3% of those who polled did better than 30Kg in 3 months (and they were likely to be blokes...) - so don't be too disappointed if you don't make 10Kg months all through your journey. Sorry - but I don't want you to be setting your sights too high only to come crashing down.

First month, sure, 10Kg is attainable - but for most people, the following months don't get anywhere near that high. Expect around 1Kg a week as an average (and hope for more) is probably a good path to take.


Oh, and good luck with MIL !!! I hope she accepts your "alco-free" comment and leaves you alone otherwise. I know how the old chestnuts can be trotted out once a subject turns to "weightloss" - wrong though they may be, it is what they learned at school, or maybe from their doctor. Quite understandable really, but it can be a drag on you if you let it (so don't you let it, OK? )

Rock on, Stella,

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Old 19-11-2017, 17:23
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Wow 5.2kg in 2 weeks is awesome! Iíve only just hit the 5kg mark (3 weeks) but itís my own fault for deviating a bit on night work. Good luck with MIL!
I am doing my old plan and have found the weight loss to be slower than last time so far but havenít been hungry etc. I also donít have as much to lose (10kg to go) so Iím still happy with 1kg a week ☺️


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Old 27-11-2017, 12:36
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Week 3, 6.7kg down, going strong but gosh its been a tough couple of weeks!

I'm into the 94s, which is spectacular - I now weigh less than at my wedding (14 months ago)!

Koh - you're right, 10kg a month is a bit of a pipe dream. I might not even make 10kg in my first month, but I'm still really happy with my weightloss. Some clothes are feeling looser, my skin has cleared up and i'm in a bit of a rhythm.

I read the Beck Diet solution just before I started and I found it to be really good (despite the parts that seemed a little self-promoting). I've removed the conflict of decision making because there is just no choice. I will not and cannot continue down the path I was on, and even if being on Cohens for 6+ months seems scary, the idea of meeting Christmas next year in triple digit weight is even scarier. So there is no choice, this is just what i'm doing.

My husband is being wonderfully supportive. He's doing "Cohen's lite"!! So he's doing Cohen's dinners with me, but eating whatever he wants for breakfast and lunch (trying to avoid starchy carb / heavy grain but otherwise pretty free). So it means his portions are a bit smaller than they were and his calorie intake is lower and he's losing at about half the rate that I am, which is still really good. He's got about half what I do to lose, so it might actually just all work out! He doesn't have dessert or non-cohen's food in the house, doesn't complain that the food is limited or plain, doesn't ever tempt me to deviate.

The last few weeks have been sooo busy. This past weekend, was particularly difficult. We had people staying over at our house on Friday and Saturday night, and ate out at pubs on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. I lost about a kilo since Thursday night, and i'm so stoked about that because I ate out and it's hard to know what you're eating when you eat out! Friday night I had grilled calamari (not crumbed) and greek salad, dressing on the side. Picked around the feta and olives so it was just dry lettuce leaves and tomato with beautifully tasty calamari. Saturday I had roast barramundi, vegetables, fries, tartare. Asked them to put sauces on the side and hold the fries. Veggies turned out to be a dry slaw of red & white cabbage, asparagus (good), carrot, fennel and radish (not good), and a slight hint of a vinaigrette. The barramundi was spectacular. Heartbreaking that it's not allowed! Surely it should be?! - it's a light, white fish - it's not oily like salmon... The portion was good - probably only 30-50g more than my usual allowance. The slaw was not bad either, I couldn't avoid the carrot, but I tried not to eat the fennel and radish. Then Sunday night I got a caesar salad with the dressing on the side (this particular place doesn't do an egg in the caesar) - so I figured I'd just eat around the croutons and bacon, and eat chicken and lettuce. Unfortunately, it came out with dressing, but I was hungry and tired and ate it anyway. Still picked around the parmesan (should have asked for it without!), bacon and croutons. Then I met my uncle for breakfast this morning and just had herbal tea while he ate. He didn't say anything so that was okay too! The fact that I lost weight after each night out suggests that the deviation was minor and probably not the kind that sets you back for a week! Last time I did Cohen's, when I deviated, I deviated badly! Pasta, alcohol, dessert. This was much better.

I had a chat with my friend who stayed over... She was saying how much she was looking forward to popping the champagne with me and have a good chat over drinks and chips! I said that I was on a health kick, so I'm not currently drinking. She asked what I was doing etc (she also struggles with her weight) and I summarised it as a protein and veggies for each meal, no alcohol, chocolate (my killer!) and no grains / starchy carbs. She was great! It meant that she didn't then offer me alcohol or food when we went out which made it easier - drew less attention to it all. My mother in law did do the loud "oh my gosh, you're not drinking alcohol?!?" when my diet soft drink was delivered one night at dinner, but everyone ignored her and the conversation instantly moved on. So that was nice too!

I feel like I'm short on sleep, my fitbit is telling me i'm sleeping about 7-7.5 hours a night, sometimes as little as 6.5, very occasionally I hit 8 hours. I know sleep is really important, so it's something I'm going to work on. Things should be settling down now until Christmas, so hopefully I can make some progress there.

Hey Tess - good to hear you're doing slow and steady progress My plan was designed for me when I was 76kg (I'm currently 94.9) so I'd like to think the weight loss will be the same or faster than it was the first time! But gosh, 10kg to go would be nice!

My next goal is to fit into my old race suit by our next race (late Jan) so that I can wear it with our new racecar! My husband competed last weekend in it and gosh i'm itching to get in it! Getting into it in my racesuit would be really really good. I'm trying to remember the weight I was when I stopped wearing my suit - I think it was early 90s. I'd like to think I'll be in the 80s by Christmas, so hopefully this is quite achievable...

Thanks for your comments; have a lovely week!
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Old 29-11-2017, 22:35
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Hi Stella

Our weight ranges are pretty much the same, starting & goal!

I actually found that once I was in the zone so to speak, that the 2nd time has been easier. It's been the time from July to now that I've struggled being on plan to get back into the zone. I have lost 25 KGS so far & am on d3 of plan to get to & finish RF. I do think not having a set time helps re at goals, I just intend to get there NOW 😄

It does get easier & is doable, I think esp once we truly grasp the concept that it really is a lifestyle change. You sound like you understand that now.

All the best & well done so far. Just remember, it is doable!
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Old 03-12-2017, 22:33
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Week 4, 8.3kg down (33ish to go).

Hey all, not too much to report this week. Just slogging away. I was hoping to find some time to cook some extra meals and freeze them, so I've got some spare ready to go, but the weekend has completely gotten away with me!

On the brighter side, I got some of my cooking mojo back! I've had a hankering for sashimi / rare tuna and found this recipe (Martha Stewart website of all places!) which is 99% Cohen's compliant! I just swapped red capsicum for green and it's totally compliant! It's super yum, too. I've had it three times in the past 4 days... Up until now my cooking has been pretty boring and unadventurous - which is a killer for Cohen's. I find I've really got to make it tasty and interesting else I get tempted to deviate (or at least I did first time round).

My weight loss has been good, slow and steady. Didn't get near that 10kg / month pipe dream, but that's okay. I'm super happy with the weight that I've lost so far. I've lost good centimeters off my waist, hip, thighs - clothes are noticeably more comfortable and I've grabbed a few out of my small clothes stash. From here I'm focusing on two things: more sleep (get to average 8.5 hours rather than the current 7.5-8ish) and be more adventurous with cooking / stash a few meals in the freezer...


Hi Jen, thanks for your message. Yes, it's funny how similar our numbers are!! You've got quite a head start on me though!! The first time around for me was quite a while ago, but I do think it's been easier this time around, too. I think maybe it's a more mature outlook, more focused? More sure that I'm committed? Good luck on your journey.

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Old 04-12-2017, 12:55
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Hi Rhea
I also found its because we know what to expect this time around. I love long blacks now, first time, I hated them! Plus, the cracker deal, timing etc. I also find it easy to cook dinner for the 3 hungry ones & then my own meal separately. I have also found eating the fruit & veg in season is the way to go, I am so glad its now nectarine time!
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Old 11-12-2017, 22:20
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Week 5: 91.4kg (-10.2kg to date)

I finally hit the 10kg loss mark! One quarter of the way to my goal!

I find that Iíve been losing 2kg per week the pas few weeks, rather than the 1.5kg that I lost in week 2. All those nights of deviating (as compliantly as I could) in week 2 probably did slow down my weight loss... Another reminder of how important it is not to deviate.

I survived my work Christmas lunch (ate in advance) and just didnít eat at the venue. They were just serving pizza and fried food so there was really nothing I could have eaten. Weíve got my husbandís birthday soon (lunch with his family) and then Christmas with my family and his family. Itís going to be a sh*t few weeks for my diet!

Anyho, Iím going to keep on going on!
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Old 11-12-2017, 23:34
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Dear Rhea
Well done, in keeping on going regardless with what you know is coming! Definitely the way to succeed! But remember, always plan to succeed.
I'm sure you will do well then, as you are now😊
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Old 18-12-2017, 18:31
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Week 6, 89.9kg (11.7kg loss to date)

Iíve hit the 80s!!!! So excited!! I can really see my body thanking me for Cohenís. I had my blood pressure tested last week, and rather than the usual high pressure (145/95ish), I was 122/80!! So good! My doctor has been threatening to put me on medication for my blood pressure for a while - but thatís all behind me now.

Iím also in a particularly good mood because I resigned and am starting a new job after Christmas. So my last week (this week) at work is my farewell tour - lots of coffees (plain mineral water, in my case) catch ups with colleagues.

I had two unavoidable deviations last week - both were dinners out where I just couldnít eat before hand. Both times I tried the most Cohens-like dish possible, with variations from the menu, and it didnít turn out too badly. I think if I deviate with fish and veggies my bodyís okay, but if I was to deviate with pasta or bread, my body would melt down! The deviation is reflected in my weight loss for he week - exactly 1.5kg loss. Itís so strange!

Still just focusing on getting more sleep and being more organised with my meals - I think this will be something that Iím constantly trying to improve...

Jen - thank you for your lovely message!

Have a great week, all.
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Week 6, 89.9kg (11.7kg loss to date)



Iíve hit the 80s!!!! So excited!! I can really see my body thanking me for Cohenís. I had my blood pressure tested last week, and rather than the usual high pressure (145/95ish), I was 122/80!! So good! My doctor has been threatening to put me on medication for my blood pressure for a while - but thatís all behind me now.



Iím also in a particularly good mood because I resigned and am starting a new job after Christmas. So my last week (this week) at work is my farewell tour - lots of coffees (plain mineral water, in my case) catch ups with colleagues.



I had two unavoidable deviations last week - both were dinners out where I just couldnít eat before hand. Both times I tried the most Cohens-like dish possible, with variations from the menu, and it didnít turn out too badly. I think if I deviate with fish and veggies my bodyís okay, but if I was to deviate with pasta or bread, my body would melt down! The deviation is reflected in my weight loss for he week - exactly 1.5kg loss. Itís so strange!



Still just focusing on getting more sleep and being more organised with my meals - I think this will be something that Iím constantly trying to improve...



Jen - thank you for your lovely message!



Have a great week, all.


Congrats on the 80ís!!! Your smashing it! Itís amazing how 10kg can make such a difference in blood pressure etc. I have high cholesterol so Iíve been using that as motivation to stay on plan. Hoping next time I get checked my levels are down ☺️
New year and new job, how exciting!

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Hi all,

It's been pretty crazy busy since I last posted. I deviated badly on my last day of work (cake, alcohol, etc), and on Christmas and Boxing day (at my family's and my in-law's Christmas celebrations). Post Christmas I had terrible stomach aches, gained a kilo and lost it again pretty quickly, but it obviously mucked up my momentum and weight loss progress. I don't regret it, but I really don't want to do it again!

So now I'm 8 weeks in, weigh 87.5kg (14.1kg loss to date), lost 10 cm off waist and hip each. I went through my wardrobe and my 'too small' clothes in the spare room and have found a huge amount of clothes that now fit me! My wardrobe is overflowing! I even found a near-new pair of jeans (size 15) that fit perfectly, and a size 14 pair that are just a little right. Also happily found a stash of bras in a variety of sizes. I really don't want to buy new clothes until i'm at my goal weight, so am thrilled with my stash.

Others have written about getting into clothing that fits you (even as you're losing weight) and I have to agree - it makes such a difference!

Have a lovely week, all
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Old 24-01-2018, 19:13
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Itís been a few weeks since I posted. I started my new job and immediately plateaued! Two weeks sitting on 85kg!!! A bit annoying.

But I find myself with a bit of time on my hands tonight as Iím in hospital. What I thought was food poisoning actually turned out to be pancreatitis and gallstones. So much fun. Theyíre waiting for my pancreas to settle before whipping out my gallbladder.

Anyway, just wanted to check in and keep you guys up to date.
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Oh wowsers Stella! I hope you recover fast, sending healthy healing thoughts your way
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Hi all, So I�m 8 days I�m to the EP. I�m so absolutely determined for this to work this time! I�ve read the Beck Diet Solution and have started using some of the techniques. They seem pretty useful. I�ve written down, and read every day, all the reasons why I want to lose weight (sleep apnea, general discomfort, blood pressure, painful joints, prepare for pregnancy). I�ve got about 40kg to lose. That�s pretty huge, to be frank. My starting weight it�s 101.6 and my ideal weight is ~60kg (depending on whether I use my current shoe size or the shoe size that I�ll go back to once I�ve lost the weight). I�ve decided that I will only weigh and measure myself once a month because I think if it�s any more it�ll turn into daily and then if I gain or plateau, I�ll be disheartened... This is my second time around and I desperately want it to be my last. When I did Cohens for the first time, I started at 76kg and I was 21. Oh the folly of youth!! What I would do now to be 76kg! It all went wrong because I had an immature, short term view. I thought that I could lose the weight, go back to what I was eating and somehow miraculously keep the weight off. Long story short, I stopped as soon as I was at my goal weight, didn�t do refeeding, and here I am, 40kg heavier, 10 years later. I think it�ll take about 6 months (maybe 12) to ditch this weight and that�s a bit scary. But in the other hand, it�s taken me 10 years to gain that so it�d be pretty good to get rid of it 10x faster. And a year goes by so quickly. To think that I�ll be my goal weight by Christmas next year is really quite nice. So here I am! I thought that keeping a diary would help me keep focus and be accountable - we�ll see!
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