Fell off and kept falling


Once upon a time I was over 300 pounds. Did super strict keto and got down to 179. Now I’m back up to 265 and feel pretty gross. Hoping to shed all this extra weight. It doesn’t belong on my body anymore. Let’s go!

(ANNE ) #2

Good choice! Staying on the horse is a tough ride. Good luck.

(Jane) #3

You got this!


You were me!!! and so many of us!!!

I lost all I wanted and was happy and boom…went off plan and I paid the price like you :slight_smile: so you hang in and GO AGAIN and this time, it is NOT ALL about the scale…make it more about a personal mindset on changing how you view food in your life to add to it and not take from it, to make that body mind connection we need to ‘make the life long change’ click. YOU DEFINITELY got this cause ya did it before, now you know what to do…now embrace the ‘whole big picture’ of why you are doing this! Wishing you the best it sounds like you don’t need any good luck at ya :slight_smile: you are gonna do it!! Happy you are back and motivated!


You can do it again! And practice makes - not exactly perfect but better :wink:
I went off keto hundreds of times and now I couldn’t do simple low-carb for long if I wanted :smiley:
We need to learn and change.

But don’t stay away for this long away if possible, okay? Come back quickly, keto food can be very good! And you want health, looking, feeling and functioning good alone!
And if it’s hard alone, come and chat with us, it may give the small push you need when you are actually ready to come back but something tiny interferes…?

I am cheering for you!

And I am curious, what is super strict keto for you? :slight_smile:


BEEN THERE! Almost exactly! One thing I’d recommend to my former self then would be to track and not under eat so I could keep the metabolic advantage of having a higher metabolism from being bigger for as long as possible and not slowing it down prematurely and making the rest of my weight loss hell.

You did it once, you’ll do it again. Sadly, I think we almost need that one good relapse sometimes to really cement in that we’ll never do it again!