I'll pop in here uninvited, in the hope that my experience be useful or at least
I have no experience beeminding weight, but having gone from 140 to 94Kg, I have
some experience where weight modulation is concerned. I always had more success
when focusing on the diet than the scale numbers. For me, this meant focusing on
my hunger and sticking to my ketogenic diet.
I would try beeminding daily calories. With such a specific goal as 0.75lb/week,
I would say that calorie counting will be necessary. And as much as everyone
loves avoiding it, I've always found peace of mind when measuring everything. I
guess I'm a QS nerd at heart.
The problem with beeminding weight, and especially weight gain, is inconsistency
and unpredictability. Calories are predictable, and if the slope is set properly
(and adjusted every other week, more or less), should lead to predictable weight