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Old 03-24-2012, 07:08 AM   #1111
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and congratulations on your incredible success! Wow!

I would say you could start at maintenance calories (whatever the JUDDD calculator gives you for maintenance) and there are a couple of maintenance ranges to choose from. If you want to lose a little bit more, you could start at the high end of the WLM/maintenance range, or just jump right into maintenance. Many of our maintainers continue to lose at their higher calorie limits.
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Old 03-24-2012, 07:59 AM   #1112
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I'm in! I started yesterday with a DD, which was easy because I was tired and not very hungry. I've had insomnia since I started back on low carb a few weeks ago and the lack of sleep is starting to take a toll on me. I'm hoping that switching to JUDDD and adding a moderate amount of carbs will help me sleep better.

I looked up my UD/DD numbers on Dr. Johnson's website and I'm already using *********** to track what I'm eating, so that part will be easy. I also have the *********** app on my phone so I can log foods when I'm away from the computer.

I started my UD this morning with a 2 egg omelet, a buttered sesame seed bagel, and coffee with soy milk for 545 calories. That leaves 1335 calories to go!
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I guess I'll jump in and introduce myself as I intend to start the JUDDD diet woe. I've just finished my 4th round of hcg and lost a total of 115 lbs since the beginning. I started in a size 22/24 (260 lbs) and am now in a size 4 (some 6s just because of different sizing) 145 lbs. Oh, and I'm 5'6". I'm pretty much at goal, but I think I could lose a little more. Everyone else tells me that I should NOT lose any more weight.

I'm not sure exactly how to do this JUDDD thing at first. Should I do the induction phase of two weeks of 500 calories on the DD or should I go straight to the maintenance part? From reading several posts on here; it sounds like everyone just kinda does a trial and error thing at first.

I'm hoping that this woe will help me to maintain my new weight for the rest of my life!!!! (without having to go back on hcg or any other diet)
on your incredible weight loss!!!!

One of the maintenance level ratios would be a good place to start!!
You'll feel your way and yes, it is a trial and error type of thing, but not for long.
I so understand not wanting to go back to HCG or any other diet. I too, am an HCG vet!!!

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I'm in! I started yesterday with a DD, which was easy because I was tired and not very hungry. I've had insomnia since I started back on low carb a few weeks ago and the lack of sleep is starting to take a toll on me. I'm hoping that switching to JUDDD and adding a moderate amount of carbs will help me sleep better.

I looked up my UD/DD numbers on Dr. Johnson's website and I'm already using *********** to track what I'm eating, so that part will be easy. I also have the *********** app on my phone so I can log foods when I'm away from the computer.

I started my UD this morning with a 2 egg omelet, a buttered sesame seed bagel, and coffee with soy milk for 545 calories. That leaves 1335 calories to go!
When I added carbs back into my diet, my sleep was much improved.
Great that you have the *********** app on your phone.

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Old 03-24-2012, 10:14 AM   #1114
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Old 03-24-2012, 12:44 PM   #1115
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I'm new to JUDDD. I got my calories: UD 1920 DD 384.
384 seems low- this is safe?
I'm 5'2'', 188 Lbs, 35 yrs old.
I plan to stay under 20 net carbs on UD and plan to stay under 25 net carbs on DD.
Any feed back is welcome!!!

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Old 03-24-2012, 02:36 PM   #1116
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Old 03-24-2012, 02:40 PM   #1117
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Hi-

I'm new to JUDDD. I got my calories: UD 1920 DD 384.
384 seems low- this is safe?
I'm 5'2'', 188 Lbs, 35 yrs old.
I plan to stay under 20 net carbs on UD and plan to stay under 25 net carbs on DD.
Any feed back is welcome!!!

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General consensus is start your DD at 500 calories and work your way down if this isn't effective (after the first 2 weeks).
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Old 03-24-2012, 02:41 PM   #1118
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Reading, researching and more reading. LC just isn't working for me and I need to figure out something!!

Back to more reading and research!!
We'll be here if/when you have questions.
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Old 03-24-2012, 02:42 PM   #1119
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Old 03-24-2012, 02:49 PM   #1120
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Hi-

I'm new to JUDDD. I got my calories: UD 1920 DD 384.
384 seems low- this is safe?
I'm 5'2'', 188 Lbs, 35 yrs old.
I plan to stay under 20 net carbs on UD and plan to stay under 25 net carbs on DD.
Any feed back is welcome!!!

Thanks, Carly
Yes! this is definitely safe. There are many informational threads on here that will give you more proof, science, research and studies that prove it's not only safe, but has many, many health benefits besides weight loss.

If you read Dr. Johnson's book (The Alternate Day Diet) you may find it very helpful. He does suggest as has already been said, that if doing 20% is too difficult in the beginning for you then choose 25% or 35%. Did you notice the pull down menu on the calculator? It's up to you to decide where you want to start.

Dr. J actually recommends startint at 500 calories for the DDs of your first two weeks. This will activate your SIRT1 genes and built up the special enzymes you need for fat blocking/burning, muscle preservation and weight loss (inches loss too!)

Respect your up day calories and try to eat up to or very close to them on UDs.

Be sure and check out the DD recipes. Once you get into the rhythm of counting calories, you will find that you can eat a lot of nourishing foods on your DDs and get a lot of bang for your 500 calorie "bucks!"

Keep reading and learning. Then dive in! The Judd water is fine!
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Old 03-24-2012, 03:21 PM   #1121
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I am so behind here, please forgive me if a simply do a general.

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Carly & PixieKGirl

So much good info and advice is given throughout these threads and because JUDDD is such an easy WOE, I'm sure success will be yours in no time flat.
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Old 03-25-2012, 09:31 AM   #1123
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Just don't go crazy on your UD and eat lots of donuts! I did & regained all 3 lbs I had lost in the first few days! Live & learn! Now I'm just eating more healthier foods and limiting the junk.
Just saying this so others can think twice before diving into the junk on an UD.
I had to start over and today I'm alittle below my lowest wt after 3 days. Whew!
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Old 03-25-2012, 09:38 AM   #1124
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Hi-

I'm new to JUDDD. I got my calories: UD 1920 DD 384.
384 seems low- this is safe?
I'm 5'2'', 188 Lbs, 35 yrs old.
I plan to stay under 20 net carbs on UD and plan to stay under 25 net carbs on DD.
Any feed back is welcome!!!

Thanks, Carly
I find if I'm under 500, I'm hungry and don't feel well at all. Once I get alittle over (maybe close to 550) I feel much better. I go by how I feel. I am learning to 'listen' to my body.
And I don't count carbs, but stay away from potatoes, rice and noodles. I also limit bread and only eat wheat, high fiber bread. I like the flat belly from limiting carbs. After I ate donuts, I puffed up like a jelly fish! LOL Not again!
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Old 03-25-2012, 04:16 PM   #1125
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I'm wanting to give JUDDD a shot. When I did my calculations on the website, it says I should eat 1655 calories on UD and only 331 on DD days???? How in the heck does one get by eating 331 calories a day? It only goes up to 427 even if I exercise moderately 3xweekly. I mean gluc pudding and shiritaki noodles may be filling, but I'm not at all sure eating under 500 calories a day is healthy. ?????

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Old 03-25-2012, 04:23 PM   #1126
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I'm wanting to give JUDDD a shot. When I did my calculations on the website, it says I should eat 1655 calories on UD and only 331 on DD days???? How in the heck does one get by eating 331 calories a day? It only goes up to 427 even if I exercise moderately 3xweekly. I mean gluc pudding and shiritaki noodles may be filling, but I'm not at all sure eating under 500 calories a day is healthy. ?????
Welcome!

If you went to Dr. Johnson's website to calculate your calories, you may have missed the paragraph above the calculator:

"The Induction Phase – 2 Weeks

During the first two weeks of the diet, your Down Day calorie intake will consist of no more than 20 percent of what you would normally consume. A calorie counter is provided below so that you can figure out what your normal calorie intake and Down Day calorie intake should be. However, to simplify matters, Dr. Johnson has rounded off daily intake to 500 calories for Down Days during the induction phase. "

If 500 calories is working for you, there's no need to move down in calories after induction. Some are able to go as high as 700 calories on DDs, some are not. You'll need to adjust to see what works for you.

As always, check with your doctor before starting a new eating plan.

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Old 03-25-2012, 04:41 PM   #1127
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Thanks O. Some how I DID miss the part on the website about Dr. J rounding DD intake to 500 calories. I just decided to try JUDDD today and will officially start my first DD tomorrow (since I've had 590 cals. today).
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Old 03-25-2012, 06:31 PM   #1128
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Buttoni, if you're going to have a DD tomorrow, please make sure to eat up to your UD calories today so you go into it well fueled. While it's perfectly healthy to eat less than 500 calories a day, it's not healthy to do it too many days in a row. Plus, it's much easier to get through a DD after a good, healthy UD.

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I just took care of that by eating some of my low-carb cheese crackers and a bowl of soup bringing me up to 1597 calories, which is within 50 of my UD. I'll get that last 50 calories down before I go to bed. Thanks for the tip. That occurred to me awhile ago and I went and fixed that bowl of leftover Sausage and Greens Soup.
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Old 03-26-2012, 05:03 AM   #1130
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Well I have decided to give JUDDD a try! I have been reading alot of your posts over the last few weeks, and I keep hearing how flexible and forgiving JUDDD can be, and that is what I think I need! I will be staying relatively lowcarb with it for now, as I find once I eat breads/pasta, I just want more.
I did my first DD on Friday, as I was traveling and was easy to just stay fueled by mostly coffee and water, then a small dinner when I got home. and yesterdays DD went well also, ended the day with 524, a few more than I was aiming, but close enough I hope as I figure out the best DD recipes!
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Buttoni and Boop (sounds like a firm of Solicitors or something, lol).

It appears you are both off to good starts. It is important to eat up to those UD so that your body is nicely nourished for your DDs.

Just to give you an idea of how wonderful even a DD can be... I have been to the gym and done an aerobic/toning class.

I then had a small latte 85 cals. I find this is as good as any meal at filling me up.

I came home and prepared a huge blenderful of Gazpacho, whole thing less that 320 calories. I vary the recipe all the time but will post an approximation of it in the DD recipe thread soon.

I am still not really hungry although it is almost 2.30 so I am going to busy myself around the house. Water will be my friend.

At around 4pm I will probably have a cup of tea with skimmed milk. May even have a 28 cal cookie with that.

This evening I am planning the to enjoy half of the soup with DH then give him some chicken, veggies and baby potatoes.

Depending on how hungry I am I may have a little of the same meal as his, or a small low fat dip (75 cals) on a cracker or two.

Later I will add this up but I know from experience that this is a good DD.

Just though you might like a window on the world of a maintainer. I can eat up to 700 on my DDs but I love a good low one now and again to keep the skinny gene busy!

Enjoy your new JUDDD adventure..
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Thanks Kissa. Looking forward to "testing the JUDDD waters" with a low-carb twist. I'm very carb sensitive and feel I can't re-introduce carbs too much. I also started taking Resveratrol about 1-1˝ months ago and dropped a few pounds. Not sure if it was a factor or not, but maybe the resveratrol is "activating" my SIRT1 gene already! LOL
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Old 03-26-2012, 08:33 AM   #1134
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Lots of folks here do a very LC version. I though I would be doing that myself but was astounded to discover that on JUDDD my body seemed to react to carbs in a different way.

Just make it work for you. JUDDD doesn't mind what we eat, as long as you are happy and the calories are right all should go swimmingly.
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Hi all! Well, today is the day. Hubby and I are starting JUDDD and we figure that today really is the first day of the rest of our lives. I'm about 15 lbs heavier than I'd like to be, but it's rising each year and I'd like to reverse the trend starting now. Hubby is 25 lbs overweight, at least and not very great at sticking to any plan.

We've done the Low Carb thing but hate the sense of being limited and deprived. If it's my kids birthday I want to eat some cake. If we are invited to a pizza party I want to be able to eat a piece of pizza.

Anyway I've spent a couple of days looking around the group here, reading threads and getting more info before taking the plunge. I'm so excited to find such a wonderful and informed and supportive group as I start this journey.
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Hi all! Well, today is the day. Hubby and I are starting JUDDD and we figure that today really is the first day of the rest of our lives. I'm about 15 lbs heavier than I'd like to be, but it's rising each year and I'd like to reverse the trend starting now. Hubby is 25 lbs overweight, at least and not very great at sticking to any plan.

We've done the Low Carb thing but hate the sense of being limited and deprived. If it's my kids birthday I want to eat some cake. If we are invited to a pizza party I want to be able to eat a piece of pizza.

Anyway I've spent a couple of days looking around the group here, reading threads and getting more info before taking the plunge. I'm so excited to find such a wonderful and informed and supportive group as I start this journey.
to you and your DH SpaMom.

It is lovely to see more and more men JUDDDing, some along with their partners, some on their own.

I am sure it is because, as OhioGuy (might you be a Jamie?) says, no man wants to be Pizzaless for his whole life, no woman either if there is a choice.
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I am sure it is because, as OhioGuy (might you be a Jamie?) says, no man wants to be Pizzaless for his whole life, no woman either if there is a choice.
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Hi - I've been lurking for some time. I did low carb for several years and decided it was time for a change. I want an eating plan that allows my boyfriend and I to enjoy going out to eat without having to worry about how many carbs are in a meal.

We started JUDDD about 2 weeks ago. I read the book and found it very convincing. So far, I've lost maybe 4 lbs. I'd like to lose another 10 to 15 lbs. This is a great forum and I'm glad to be here!
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