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Old 02-26-2008, 10:29 PM   #1  
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Question Foooooooooood Hangoverrrrrr!!!

Hi, I'm a newbie! I've been doing WW Flex @ home since New Year's - lost 15 lbs. Goal is to be down to 125 by this summer.

I have been really good until this past weekend - I went to the fair... OY! I ate fried everything (since I was drinking - SO misbehaving!!).

Gained a pound! BLAH!!!

Before this, though... I've been at a plateau for about 2 weeks. I work out (probably less than I should but at least 2x/week), and I'm sticking to the pts.

Is there anything to maybe "jump start" back into gear here? Maybe drop 2pts./day? Drink more water?? I'm hungry and cranky here.
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Old 02-28-2008, 04:55 PM   #2  
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For your plateau issues, I would check out the Wendie plan. It spreads your daily points and flex points out throughout the week and helps with plateaus. I use it whenever I hit one and it works!

And about your overeating at the fair... usually when I have a slip up like that, I lose a ton the following week. Hopefully the same will happen for you!
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