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You are beautiful and are making progress. Don't focus so much on the scale; look for non-scale victories!

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FIRST: YOU LOOK GREAT AND HAPPY 👌

Second: Let's talk about lifestyle & diet. That will help others who have made it to goal or in a similar situation to guide you! (They can help you with tips, tricks and hacks to get the weight moving again)

Congrats on your success so far 💜

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Congrats on your success. Weight regain is very common. Are you happy with wear you are now? Do you want to make any changes or do you have any concerns?

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I am not happy at all i want to be in the 100s. My diet really struggling right now. I did alot of snacking on unhealthy things.. Sugar and flour made things. I have trouble with do i follow calories macros or just watch portions.

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1 hour ago, toya3young said:

I am not happy at all i want to be in the 100s. My diet really struggling right now. I did alot of snacking on unhealthy things.. Sugar and flour made things. I have trouble with do i follow calories macros or just watch portions.

You're going to have to work for it ...

try to cut out all snacking (only 3 real meals) then remove all sugar and flour items from your diet to see if your weight moves again

Good Luck 💜

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1 hour ago, toya3young said:

I am not happy at all i want to be in the 100s. My diet really struggling right now. I did alot of snacking on unhealthy things.. Sugar and flour made things. I have trouble with do i follow calories macros or just watch portions.

You HAVE to go back to basics of your forever diet from your doc...

There is nothing confusing. LOL. For life it's 1cup of volume. For life it's 60-80g Protein, and beyond that, you have to adjust macros to what allows you to lose consistently and then maintain. We're all different. Macros will be different for each of us.

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