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Do you ever get discouraged during your weight loss journey? Do you ever think, “I’ve only lost 10 pounds,” and feel like it isn’t enough? Well, we found a list that might just help offer you some much needed perspective! Remember, every pound counts! It all adds up.

How Much Weight Have I Lost?

1 POUND = A GUINEA PIG

2 POUNDS = A RACK OF BABY BACK RIBS

3 POUNDS = AN AVERAGE HUMAN BRAIN

4 POUNDS = AN OSTRICH EGG

5 POUNDS = A CHIHUAHUA

7.5 POUNDS = AN AVERAGE NEWBORN BABY

8 POUNDS = A HUMAN HEAD

10 POUNDS = CHEMICAL ADDITIVES AN AVERAGE AMERICAN CONSUMES A YEAR

11 POUNDS = AN AVERAGE HOUSECAT

12 POUNDS = A BALD EAGLE

15 POUNDS = 10 DOZEN LARGE EGGS

16 POUNDS = A SPERM WHALE’S BRAIN

20 POUNDS = AN AUTOMOBILE TIRE

23 POUNDS = PIZZA AN AVERAGE AMERICAN CONSUMES A YEAR

24 POUNDS = 3-GALLON TUB OF SUPER PREMIUM ICE CREAM

25 POUNDS = AN AVERAGE 2 YEAR OLD

33 POUNDS = A CINDER BLOCK

40 POUNDS = 5-GALLON JUG OF WATER / AN AVERAGE HUMAN LEG

44 POUNDS = AN ELEPHANT HEART

50 POUNDS = A SMALL BALE OF HAY

60 POUNDS = AN ELEPHANT PENIS

70 POUNDS = AN IRISH SETTER

77 POUNDS = A GOLD BRICK

80 POUNDS = WORLD’S LARGEST BALL OF TAPE

90 POUNDS = A NEWBORN CALF

100 POUNDS = A 2 MONTH OLD HORSE

118 POUNDS = A COMPLETE ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANICA

130 POUNDS = A NEWBORN GIRAFFE

140 POUNDS = REFINED SUGAR AN AVERAGE AMERICAN CONSUMES A YEAR

150 POUNDS = THE COMPLETE OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY

187 POUNDS = AN AVERAGE ADULT MAN

200 POUNDS = 2 BLOODHOUNDS

 

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