Dukan Diet Plan Progress
On Monday 24th. January I weighed 87.5 kg down 0.5kg from the previous week, 1.5kg down from my last post here and a total of 20.5 (45.2 lbs) kg since starting the Dukan Diet.
First of all apologies again for not posting as frequently as I should. I have had a busy couple of weeks, finishing an ebook training product and launching it. Also other projects have been kicking in so it has taken a lot of my online time.
So, you can see that the week before last I went down a full kilo. I really do not know why. Last week there was a more modest half a kilo drop. I am eating pretty similar stuff, I am drinking some (not a lot) white wine and I have actually consumed one 500ml beer and one 330ml beer in the last 2 weeks. I am still not getting much exercise as the weather has been pants on the whole. Thunderstorms, rain … not the sort of weather for walking or bicycling.
I have been careful about daytime meals. I tend to skip breakfast and have something only when I get really hungry. When I do I have 3 eggs (omelette, scrambled, boiled and – when I feel like cheering myself up – fried), 2 or 3 slices of ham and 2 or 3 slices of turkey breast slices. The only difference on PV days is the addition of beetroot if I have made some previously. I dress the beetroot with the balsamic vinaigrette from the Dukan Diet book (available on the right if you are from the UK and below if you are in the USA or elsewhere) without the mustard and herbs but with a clove of finely chopped garlic. Once dressed (pickled really) it keeps for many days in the fridge. Often, though, I find that I have just eaten proteins until dinner time when we have our main meal.
Maybe this is compensating for the wine & lack of meaningful exercise. Who Knows.
Now my Dukan Diet ‘True Weight’ is in sight. Just 5kg to go.
I have been studying weight vs height and I still think that 82.3 kg is too heavy for me. The other day I was flicking through a football sticker book belonging to one of my sons. In there it gave the stats for the players in all of the Champions League teams. Mostly, the players at 1.8 metres were around 77 – 79 kg. As I have never seen a fat footballer play in the Champions League, I can only assume that this would be a good weight to go for.
So about 10kg to go…