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Old 11-29-2012, 09:22 AM   #721
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Skate Are you kidding me, I can't skate at my age, I would fall and break many things, I am sure

A 50ish friend of mine decided in her 20ish mind that she should take her grandkids skating this past weekend. Uh, she is in a "boot" from thigh to foot now, not quite sure what happened, saw it on FB. I know she didn't break anything though.
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Dedication December is my choice too. We don't do Santa here either.

Carolyn you are such an inspiration. I'm knocking on wood that your weight number sticks solid for you now and your weight will start going further in that direction. My scale is still playing games with me so I know how you feel.

Buffy sure hope your sinus headache leaves you soon. So uncomfortable. Take care.

Cindy you got me addicted to the food porn site now. Great ideas with all the pictures. One makes so much sense about making ahead the dry ingredients for a flax bread recipe and when you are ready all you do is add the egg. I'm going to start doing that so I can have it fast when I need it. Oh and using a square container too! Never thought of that!

It's been raining here on the Central Coast and now that there is a break we need to get some shopping done. The fur kids are feeling a bit cabin fever so need to take them to our lake park for a walk too. I want to take a drive to the beach to check the waves. We may do that if my DH wants to. He's driving today, .

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Old 11-29-2012, 10:11 AM   #723
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Sharon, a drive to the beach to watch the waves sounds so inviting.

Can you gals recommend one of the cracker recipes? I see so many good dips but what do you put them on besides celery, etc. I would like a good cracker but wow, so many recipes, would like a tried and true one.
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Old 11-29-2012, 11:59 AM   #724
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Hi ladies..

I lost 6.2 pounds according to the Dr...With clothes, I was 151 this a.m..and 4.4 pounds of fat left, too.. .4 pounds of muscle and 1 pound of water. She has a very technical scale.

I give all the credit to Metformin ER..It's like a miracle drug for us post menopausals..She also recommended a blood test..to see if I was insulin resistant..It's called a C-peptide test..The great thing about Dr. C. is that she reads up on stuff and
actually "gets" thyroid, insulin, etc..She is amazing..

She also said some peeps can't do sugar alcohols without having a blood sugar rise. One of her diabetic patients who is on insulin only can do bars with 6 alcohols..or less.

We can do Dedicated December Challenge..Because we should all be dedicated to our plan during this time..Right, ladies?

Hmmm..you know, Buffy..honestly, I had never been that terribly "happy" with any LC made crackers..I've tried a few homemade ones and just so so..Crispbread isn't bad and it is full of fiber..and you don't have to make it..Some peeps can do Nut Thins which are crackers made of nuts...Crackers are my drug of choice, unfortunately.
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What a blessing to have a doc who "gets it", Carolyn!
And thanks for sharing what you're learning.

Buffy I made Linda Sue's Sesame Almond Crackers. They were OK but I haven't been dying to make them again. I could live on Cheezits if I let myself. I adore crackers and chips - haven't had either since my start in June.

My skinny sister has made "cheese chips" where you put a mound of grated cheese on a plate and microwave until it's hard. I would have a difficult time with portion control there...
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:18 PM   #726
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I could live on Cheez-its, too..and I could live on Fritos.....

Netrition has some LCarb Cheez-its, Judy....Tempting...tempting...

http://www6.netrition.com/aunt_lizzi...se_straws.html

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That's wonderful news Carolyn! I'm so happy for you. You've been so faithful and such an inspiration to so many of us. Thank you!
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Netrition has some LCarb Cheez-its, Judy....Tempting...tempting...

Aunt Lizzie's Low Carb Cheese Straw Bites
I need a review - have you had them?
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Those look tasty! And they have 21 5-star reviews. I think they'd be safe to try. I get the baked parmesan crisps at Whole Foods. I thought they'd be a portion control problem but they're not b/c they're so rich!
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Carolyn, what a great report on your doctors visit. And, I am so jealous of you for having that Dr. I want one just like her. I agree about the metformin and feel we will see it prescribed more and more for insulin resistant peeps, and my great niece is on it for PCOS. I feel like it would perhaps keep some people from becoming diabetic. The company that makes Victoza, the diabetic shot that I take once a day, is constantly doing research on it in order to get it labeled for weight loss and other things like insuline resistance. One of my SIL's works for the company, is a sales rep for them. And, even more, all of your weight was from FAT!!!!
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Those look tasty! And they have 21 5-star reviews. I think they'd be safe to try. I get the baked parmesan crisps at Whole Foods. I thought they'd be a portion control problem but they're not b/c they're so rich!
Sandy, what is the carb count on those, and net carb count?

Oh, I forgot about making cheese crisps in the microwave, I have made those in the past and they are so rich you don't overeat on them. Better fo see what kinds of cheese I have.
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Old 11-29-2012, 01:22 PM   #732
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What a blessing to have a doc who "gets it", Carolyn!
And thanks for sharing what you're learning.

Buffy I made Linda Sue's Sesame Almond Crackers. They were OK but I haven't been dying to make them again. I could live on Cheezits if I let myself. I adore crackers and chips - haven't had either since my start in June.

My skinny sister has made "cheese chips" where you put a mound of grated cheese on a plate and microwave until it's hard. I would have a difficult time with portion control there...
Thanks for the frank review from you and also Carolyn, I was hesitant to waste time trying for a LC cracker that I would probably throw away.
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Old 11-29-2012, 01:25 PM   #733
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Yikes, looked up the info on nutthins, too many carbs for me.
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I need a review - have you had them?
Oh, yes..they are very nommie..

On my doctor, I am totally shocked that she is in my little town of 10,000 peeps. She lost 100 pounds on LCarb and has gone to many LC seminars/groups, etc...So, she "gets" the thyroid testing, too..She said many doctors believe you are "diabetic" or '"not"..So, for the "nots" they don't
prescribe anything, while they might need some Met..Even if their fasting glucose numbers are normal, they still could be insulin resistant and not know it..She is truly "with it"..

Thanks for the kind words..
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Carolyn, is she from your area or what brought her to your "lucky" town?
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Old 11-29-2012, 02:16 PM   #736
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Cross post!

I have this "vintage" pair of Liz Clairborne denim shorts, they are probably 20 years old or more, they are not worn at all b/c I can only remember being thin enough in the last 20 years to wear them, one time. Anyway, they are size 14 and for those of us who are old enough, sizes of womens clothing just keep going down in size but up in how big they are. Like even at 128 lbs, I wore a size 14 in high school, I would guess that I would wear a 6 or an 8 now. Ok, back to my story. I searched around when I started NK for the smallest thing I could find, I had given away most of my thinner clothing. I found these at the bottom of a drawer in a guest room. So, I have been trying them on once a week since I started. At first, the waistband had a gap of at least 6 inches, then slowly, it got less and less. This morning, I fastened them and zipped them up! I could barely walk mind you, but I had those bad boys on!
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Wow, what a victory Buffy!!! Thank God you kept those shorts! I have the dress I wore to my DD's wedding, lol. It was very fitted and every once in awhile I go put it on. I haven't always been able to zip it up but boy those times I can are exhilarating! And oh yes, I remember the sizing well, lol. Talk about genius marketing, lol.

Carolyn, We might all have to make a road trip to Indie and descend all at once on your Dr for treatment. You are very blessed to have such a wonderful Dr right at your fingertips! Is she new to the area?

I'm making a new recipe tonight. Parmesan crusted chicken. It's a Hellmans Mayo recipe my DD loves. I hope it's good!
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Old 11-29-2012, 03:03 PM   #738
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Please what if you like the chicken Sandy.
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Carolyn, We might all have to make a road trip to Indie and descend all at once on your Dr for treatment. You are very blessed to have such a wonderful Dr right at your fingertips! Is she new to the area?

I'm making a new recipe tonight. Parmesan crusted chicken. It's a Hellmans Mayo recipe my DD loves. I hope it's good!
I'M IN!!

And apart from my interest in a future girl trip, I am also interested in your chicken recipe if it's good!
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It was good!! DH even liked it and chicken is NOT his favorite meat. I used chicken tenders and for the bread crumbs I used some low carb bread that I'd dried and cubed for Tday dressing (that didn't get made). I added some Italian seasoning, garlic and a little bit of cayenne to the bread crumbs. It was very moist and tasty!

Parmesan Crusted Chicken

Hellmann’s® or Best Foods® Mayonnaise transforms your chicken into a juicier, crispier, more delicious meal.

Ingredients

1/2 cup Hellmann's® or Best Foods® Real Mayonnaise
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves (about 1-1/4 lbs.)
4 tsp. Italian seasoned dry bread crumbs

Directions

Preheat oven to 425°.
Combine Hellmann's® or Best Foods® Real Mayonnaise with cheese in medium bowl. Arrange chicken on baking sheet. Evenly top with mayonnaise mixture, then sprinkle with bread crumbs.
Bake 20 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly cooked.

Nutritional Information
Amount Per Serving
Calories 370
Calories From Fat 230
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 25 g
Saturated Fat 4.5 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 105 mg
Sodium 460 mg
Total Carbohydrate 2 g
Dietary Fiber 0 g
Sugars 1 g
Protein 33 g
Vitamin A 2 %
Vitamin C 2 %
Calcium 6 %
Iron 4 %

TIP: Omit Parmesan cheese and have "Magically Moist Chicken" on the table in less than 30 minutes.
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I would all love you to come down and stay for your appointments...We have 3 free bedrooms and a pull-out couch..How fun would that be..LOL..

Her name is Jeanine Cobb and she was an OB/GYN in the Wichita area for many years.
She was heavy and decided to do something about it, so she researched and did LC..She is a marvel.. My hairdresser is doing so well, so far, so she might get lots of clients.
Her dh works with her and he said to me, "It's nice to have a patient who gets it."..LOL.
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I googled her! Are you doing the medi weight loss plan with her? My gyno offers that plan in his practice too and he's lost a TON of weight himself on it.
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No...Sandy..She might have played with Medi-Weight, but she is now a LCer for sure.
Her plan is like the new Atkins from Dr. Westman...I'm just following what I normally
ate, and maybe watching portions better..I saw that, too, Sandy and I was a bit confused.
She has been here for about 9 months.
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Sandy thanks so much for the recipe. I love chicken tenders and my dh will love this too.

Carolyn watch out - you may have lots of guests!! I'll bring food!
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Hi!

Buffy - Yay!! So excited for you!!

Debby - good thread name!

Carolyn - so fabulous!!! And when should we schedule our visit - your doc sounds amazing!! Is she still an ob/gyn?

Judy - I used to make those cheese crackers - just melted cheese in the microwave! Yum!

Sandy - great recipe!!
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Thanks Carolyn,

Yesterday when I went cross country skiing, my groin had a stabbing pain...However, its not injured. Later it felt like I had carpel tunnel again & groin was fine. Today the back of my arms & calf muscles... so, I'm getting migrating joint & muscle pain again. I was also extremely tired today & needed a nap this afternoon, which hasn't happened to me in a long time. It's so weird. Just hard to figure out which thing is causing it & how to treat it. Both Thyroid & adrenal fatigue can have that symptom.

So, any of you experience migrating joint & muscle pain?
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Buffy - Yay!! So excited for you!!

Debby - good thread name!

Carolyn - so fabulous!!! And when should we schedule our visit - your doc sounds amazing!! Is she still an ob/gyn?

Judy - I used to make those cheese crackers - just melted cheese in the microwave! Yum!

Sandy - great recipe!!
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Yesterday when I went cross country skiing, my groin had a stabbing pain...However, its not injured. Later it felt like I had carpel tunnel again & groin was fine. Today the back of my arms & calf muscles... so, I'm getting migrating joint & muscle pain again. I was also extremely tired today & needed a nap this afternoon, which hasn't happened to me in a long time. It's so weird. Just hard to figure out which thing is causing it & how to treat it. Both Thyroid & adrenal fatigue can have that symptom.

So, any of you experience migrating joint & muscle pain?
Um, I would have to be DOING something! !
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Actually, its just a symptom. Can happen even if you don't do anything.
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At my age I do have aches and pains, but figure it was due to old age.
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Good morning..

Yikes on aches and pains..Could it be fibromyalgia, Debby?

My friend Lois (who is the coordinator of our Bible Study) was involved in a head-on collison on a gravel road last night.. She is in Joplin, in ICU with a collapsed lung and lacerations..Thanks for your prayers..She is in her 70's and pretty healthy, so that is good.

Tomorrow is December 1st..I got my Christmas cards..Now to write the "letter"..Anyone send letters? Just updating our family stuff..

Not much going on today..I have my little prayer group and I'm picking up a lady our age who doesn't drive...They bought a nice house in the country..but she can't walk to town..Hmmm..

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