Yesterday I posted a graph showing my most recent 13 pounds weight loss. It is a thing of beauty, it shows almost a straight line going down over the past two months. Here it is:
However, if I expand the length of time to be examined out one more month. My progress is far less impressive. In fact, one can see that in three months, I have made NO PROGRESS, in fact, I GAINED 0.1 pounds.
And if I extend the timeline out to six months? Things look even worse, this chart highlights how I have GAINED nearly 14 pounds in the past six months.
Your Food Diary For:
|Sage - Red Delicious Apple, 1 medium||95||25||0||1||2||19|
|Kroger - Instant Country Grits||500||105||5||10||1,700||5|
|L U N C H|
|Breaded Fried Chicken (Drumstick)||520||16||28||48||1,000||0|
|D I N N E R|
|Hebrew National - Beef Franks - 4 Franks||680||8||52||24||1,800||0|
|S N A C K S|
|88% Dark Chocolate, 1 bar||420||34||40||8||0||10|
|Your Daily Goal||4,022||503||134||202||2,300||150|
|*You've earned 2,092 extra calories from exercise today|
your Exercise Diary for:
|Daily Total / Goal||169 / 30||2,092 / 590|
|Weekly Total / Goal||1174 / 210||11,951 / 4,130|
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