It would be helpful to have this info because I am wondering whether the people claiming significant weight loss had higher BMI's then those who did not have such great results.
I started January 15th at 367 and am now 284.
There is really no surprise in expecting that those with more to lose have a greater "loss" but a better way to look at it is percentage of body weight. For example, I have lost 83 pounds or about 22% of my current body weight. So in your case, if you lost about 50 pounds, that would be closer to be "equivalent" way of looking at the loss than the raw number of pounds lost.
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