Eleven days in, no carbs at all. And there’s the results, down almost 10lbs.

Excel has lots of fancy features I used for this. Conditional formatting for the coloring. Some maths on the right hand side, including using the COUNT() function to figure out how many days have passed and TODAY() to figure out today, plus the number of days to go, to figure out the very theoretical completion date of losing 20lbs. Or, actually, 23.4lbs.

I’ve been biking practically every day, or doing some extreme Coloradan activity like watching deer in the back yard or hiking some hill up 1,000 feet.

I want to look at that graph and supply a narrative, like, it is converging on some value. There is a gentle curve there, not a downward line. But, it’s all BS and there isn’t enough data, but there is lots of noise. For example, I have no idea where the positive fluctuations come from, so I’ll call them noise.

Keep calm and keto on.

One Response to 13.6

  1. Alex-7 May 30, 2013 at 4:45 am #

    Emil Zatopek wrote: “If you want to run, run a mile. If you want to experience a different life, run a marathon.

    Nothing beats a marathon as a weight reduction approach and a change of a life style.

    One needs ar least a year to prepare for a marathon. But to get serious about it – register at some marathon race, say, LA marathon in April 2014.

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