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Scaryann1's battle with eating and EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome)
09-21-2017, 11:31 AM
Post: #151
RE: Scaryann1's battle with eating and EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome)
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) = 1972
Daily calories to maintain weight (TDEE) = 2465
Average calories = 2149
Last weeks Average = 2169

Week 21 steps = 5240
Week 20 steps = 4901

Step count is only outside the house and is the entire week, not one day.

Weight - Starting weight-305 pounds August 2014/ September 3, 2017 305
Calf- April 2016-20.5 inches/ Last week 18.5 / Today 18.25 inches
Thigh- April 2016-29.25 inches / Last week 25 / Today 25 inches
Hips - August 2013-59 inches / Last week 54.75 / Today 55 inches
Abdomen - June 2016-49.25 inches / Last week 41.5/ Today 41.5 inches
Waist - August, 2013-50.5 inches / Last week 44.5 / Today 44.5
Forearm - April 2016-13 inches / Last week 11.75 inches/Today 11.5 inches

Goals / Avg
Carbs 60% / 48%
Fat 30% / 39%
Protein 10% / 13%

I know I'm late updating, but Rick decided to share his cold... I'm miserable. I tried to tell that I know we share everything, but he really didn't need to share this. LOL Even through the fog of illness I've still managed to teach myself some new chainmaille weaves! I can now do Half Persian 3 in 1, Half Persian 4 in 1, Helm, box, Byzantine, spiral, Dragon Tail, Queen's Link, and Full Persian.

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Of course the hEDS had to get really bad this week with having this darn cold. Sad as you can tell in the picture.
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09-21-2017, 12:19 PM (This post was last modified: 09-21-2017 12:19 PM by Tereza Toledo.)
Post: #152
RE: Scaryann1's battle with eating and EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome)
Ugh, sorry on the cold, hope you feel better soon. Did you have a chance to join the bootcamp? I think you would enjoy the interaction and you would definitely add to the group!
http://www.crushthediet.com

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10-08-2017, 09:45 PM
Post: #153
RE: Scaryann1's battle with eating and EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome)
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) = 1972
Daily calories to maintain weight (TDEE) = 2465
Average calories = 1901
Last weeks Average =

Week 23 steps = 3138

Step count is only outside the house and is the entire week, not one day.

Weight - Starting weight-305 pounds August 2014/ September 3, 2017 305
Calf- April 2016-20.5 inches/ Last week / Today 19 inches
Thigh- April 2016-29.25 inches / Last week / Today 25 inches
Hips - August 2013-59 inches / Last week / Today 55 inches
Abdomen - June 2016-49.25 inches / Last week / Today 41 inches
Waist - August, 2013-50.5 inches / Last week / Today 44
Forearm - April 2016-13 inches / Last week inches/Today 12 inches

Goals / Avg
Carbs 60% / 45%
Fat 30% / 39%
Protein 10% / 16%

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Just a tiny sample of what I've been up to while I have been so quiet!
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10-24-2017, 09:56 PM
Post: #154
RE: Scaryann1's battle with eating and EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome)
Hey all, I'm still here and kicking. I just keep forgetting to update. Taking a two week break from another unintentional cut. I don't know why I can only eat at TDEE for a couple of weeks at a time before I just lose all interest in food again for three or four weeks. Oh well, the measurements might not be moving, but I can still see things continuing to tighten up. I'll try to remember to post some updated pictures of me, but until then here's what I created today... [Image: l40z41ci2i4b.jpg]
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10-26-2017, 10:32 AM
Post: #155
RE: Scaryann1's battle with eating and EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome)
This is such a beautiful creation!!!! You always impress me with your consistency and determination.
Well, accepting that there are seasons for everything, that sometimes we eat more, sometimes we move more, sometimes less is progress! I am sure your body is changing and progressing underneath, even if you don't see the changes all the time. Thanks for the update!!!!

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11-06-2017, 07:34 PM
Post: #156
RE: Scaryann1's battle with eating and EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome)
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) = 1972
Daily calories to maintain weight (TDEE) = 2465
Average calories = 1825
Last weeks Average =

Week 25 steps = 4753

Step count is only outside the house and is the entire week, not one day.

Weight - Starting weight-305 pounds August 2014/ Nov. 6, 2017 303.4
Calf- April 2016-20.5 inches/ Last week 19 / Today 18.75 inches
Thigh- April 2016-29.25 inches / Last week 25 / Today 25 inches
Hips - August 2013-59 inches / Last week 55 / Today 56.5 inches
Abdomen - June 2016-49.25 inches / Last week 41 / Today 41 inches
Waist - August, 2013-50.5 inches / Last week 44 / Today 45
Forearm - April 2016-13 inches / Last week 12 inches/Today 11.5 inches

Goals / Avg
Carbs 60% / 47%
Fat 30% / 38%
Protein 10% / 15%

Going to try to get back into the swing of things. I think I was getting bored with keeping track of everything while having so little change. I still kept track of what I was eating, just not any measurements. Maybe once a month would be even better for me right now. I'm just not sure. I've been keeping myself very busy with my chainmaille. I have noticed a huge difference in the amount of pain in my hands since I started doing the chainmaille. My hands don't hurt nearly as much as they did.

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11-07-2017, 08:37 AM
Post: #157
RE: Scaryann1's battle with eating and EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome)
Having less pain is a great thing! Your chainmails look note detailed every time!

It’s perfectly fine to measure once a month. In the beginning we usually track more to have an idea of what’s going on. Eventually we decrease it. Also there are times in life in which we will track more (food included) and some in which we just take a break. Either way it’s fine wink.

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