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Old 07-26-2012, 08:03 AM   #1801
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Stef I was DD yesterday did 419 cals. Today is the UD. So far had a french vanilla cappicino and a multigrain blueberry muffin. I tried to do my UD's low carb but was having trouble hitting my calories. Does anyone have any suggestions for this? I am worried about the carbs. Weighed 184 this morning after my DD yesterday
If you want to stay low carb, you can add lots of good fats/oils, nuts, etc. Put a little extra butter on your veggies. If you can have nut butters, they add quite a caloric punch and are quite tasty right off the spoon. Macadamias are great. Cheese, and good creamy sauces do the trick. Choose fattier cuts of meat for UDs. Save the lean protein for DDs.
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Old 07-26-2012, 11:04 AM   #1802
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I love to read this thread, with all the excitiment over here~ Kissa and Dawn you girls are doing an AWOME job helping these girls out~ WTG
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sweetlady, I am a longtime Atkins fan so I am also trying to do LC on JUDDD. I use Wonderslim pudding shakes (Chocolate is fanastic). They don't taste diet-y at all and have 100 calories and I 'think' around 10 carbs. I am using them mostly on DDs, but on the UDs I add a couple of tablespoons of heavy whipping cream. Each TBSP has 5 grams of fat and 50 calories so that is an easy way to make the shake a total of 200 calories. I add 1/2 frozen banana sometimes and it is YUMMMM!
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Old 07-26-2012, 02:13 PM   #1804
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i have shakes called EAS anvantEdge 100 cal 25g fat 17g protein and 2.5 net carbs. the main problem is i dont have access at work to a refrigerator. i can pack some things in a small cooler but i work from 2 am until 3-6pm in a unairconditioned truck so it doesnt stay cold enough the whole day.so alot of the low carb ideas on the upday are not feasable. maybe the nut butter. or nuts. but i really dont have a way to make meals. usually when i was doing low carb i either waited until i got home or got some stuff at stores like hot dogs, seafood salad from a deli or cheese. usually i just mostly waited.
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Cindy yes it is indeed! Thanks
I got up to 1946 today but again used carbs to get me there. Well I have lost 5 lbs since Sunday eating cake and icecream every other day lol but really stuffed. I though the DD would be hard but the UD I am cramming 1600-1100 cal in one meal. Its harder to do that than it sounds maybe I should look at a calories counter book. Then I can find high calorie foods. For dinner I had turkey sausages sauteed with onions in olive oil and perogies. Then cake and ice cream.. I might explode!
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Avocados if you like them, nuts to snack on, and good dark chocolate, but that can come in pricey.
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Stef I was DD yesterday did 419 cals. Today is the UD. So far had a french vanilla cappicino and a multigrain blueberry muffin. I tried to do my UD's low carb but was having trouble hitting my calories. Does anyone have any suggestions for this? I am worried about the carbs. Weighed 184 this morning after my DD yesterday
Other higher cal, LC foods...

Microwave peperoni til crisp and let cool, packs up nicely without a fridge.

Same with american cheese. Divide one slice into 16 pieces. Spray a dinner plate with non-stick spray and place pieces on plate. Microwave until golden brown, 1-2 minutes depending on your MW. Let cool and store in ziploc bag.

Agree with the nuts, smoked almonds, etc. YUM.

And Sweet Lady, you just gotta love losing weight while eating the cake and such. I have died and gone to heaven!!

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Thanks to all of you for the suggestions. I am really feeling the hunger today on my DD. I will try some of these out and see how it goes!
Barb, yes I have been so very surprised to see losses with all of the carbs I've had. Good to know for birthdays and such, just makes me wonder how much id be losing without them. My bf said exactly that yesterday.
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I make my cheese crisps on parchment paper in the microwave. That way you don't have to spray anything. Works quite well.

I also like the low fat Jarlsberg Swiss made into crackers. It has to be the low fat variety, though. The full fat doesn't make very good crackers as there is too much fat oozing out.

Good luck - you are doing great.
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Also Sweetlady. on up days, Two Johhnsonville brats are 520cals.. just for the brats.. i cook mine in butter to beef up the caloires with out adding bulk in the food.... oh and also.. another good (if you like it) natural peanutbutter or even jiffy, is 190 cal for two tblspoons, thats what i start my day with to pack in caloires with out the bulk agin and end my day that same way if im missing calories,, good luck girl,, i have been there too putting in wayyy to much food to get there~

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Hello everyone!

Before introducing myself, I started posting in the daily weigh in thread. I lost 50 pounds while low carbing in 2009 going from 180lbs to 130lbs in a short period of time. I ended up gaining back 29 pounds. I had a hard time maintaining because I missed eating pizza and Chinese food, etc. When I found myself browsing the JUDDD thread I decided I wanted to give it a try. I started 5/2/12 at 159.8 to 5/5/12 152.2 I only lasted 4 days then I went on an up day fest. I decided in July I was going to try it out again. I wasn't sticking to the rotations but after 7/16/12 I decided I wanted to experience the benefits of the SIRT 1 gene.

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Old 07-28-2012, 06:30 AM   #1813
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So here are my NEWBIE QUESTIONS:

1. On UD's: Do you follow what the book says (very clearly, I might add) and not count calories, just eating till you're satisfied, not pigging out, but having foods you love? Or do you follow the calories required to maintain your weight, as on the calculator? In my case that's 1750-ish. Generous, but not really feast-worthy. And my DD calculates to 371. If you average those two numbers together, it's barely over 1100 a day. Doesn't seem right.
I have the book BUT I had to count calories when I first started becasue eating "normally" for me was over 3000 calories due to high fat, low carb. I lost 25 pounds in 5 months. At this time I am not counting daily but when I try a new menu I put it into ****** so I can be sure it isn't way too high in calories. AND my DD calories are always under 400. My calc numbers NOW are 354/1587 but I ususaly do 1650 on UD's. It took me a full 6 months to FINALLY get to the point where I can eat normally again and not see something that I have been deprived of for the past 10 years and pigging out. Everyone is different and I was a slow learner. Dr. J says we will soon begin to select healthy foods and I have just now reached that point and I am happy with my selections. I can walk by my beloved BlueBell ice cream now without drooling over it.
2. How fast do you lose, on average?
I lose about 1 pound per week

3. For DD's, did you all really start w/ the diet shakes as Dr. J recommends? I eat many foods that are very measurable in terms of calories, and I would so much rather eat actual food than liquid. I'm also a very OCD calorie counter. Did anyone go right to solid food?I did shakes for induction becasue Dr. J says in his book that it eliminates obsessing about food and I tried it first with food and he was right. All I thought about was what I could not eat and tried to measure and weigh every tidbit. Shakes were just easier. Now I still use the shakes when I am not able to fix food but add a t of gluc powder and it works even better for me.

4. I've noticed quite a few JUDDDers at maintenance. More than I notice with other posters on other diet threads. Is this really something you can do forever?
I maintained in June and half of July although that was not my plan. My poor old body just decided to take a break for a bit. I am almost to my 7 month mark and UD/DD is a habit that is easy for me to do. So, yes, I can see doing this for many years to come.
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I have a question reguarding middays. Do any of you use them regularly and still lose? This past week my rotation was DD Mon UD Tue DD Wed UD Thur DD fri UD sat DD sun.. I am off work on every Wed and Sun. I find it is much easier to do DD At work. I want to try DD Tue thur sat
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I am sure this will work alot better for my lifestyle and be alot easier to stick to. Anyone who has any info it would be appreciated!
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Hello!

I'm currently on a lowcarb/Atkins style of eating - just started last week and have lost 9 lbs so yay for that. But I've yo-yo'ed a lot over the years and when I weighed myself last week I was at my highest ever at 292. So something had to be done.

I'm actually just in the learning stages of the JUDDD thing. I came back to another low-carb forum and saw all the JUDDD references everywhere and was confused. A diet I had never heard of? I've been dieting for nearly 20 years!!!

And then I found this forum dedicated to JUDDD with all sorts of active, friendly members who were actually succeeding. So I bought the book and read it and now I'm trying to decide how to transition from low-carb into JUDDD.

My husband is eating low-carb as well and the annoying booger lost 20 lbs this week! I'm really hoping to find a way to work this for both of us. And I thank you all so much for the amazing information I've found here already!
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Hello!

I'm currently on a lowcarb/Atkins style of eating - just started last week and have lost 9 lbs so yay for that. But I've yo-yo'ed a lot over the years and when I weighed myself last week I was at my highest ever at 292. So something had to be done.

I'm actually just in the learning stages of the JUDDD thing. I came back to another low-carb forum and saw all the JUDDD references everywhere and was confused. A diet I had never heard of? I've been dieting for nearly 20 years!!!

And then I found this forum dedicated to JUDDD with all sorts of active, friendly members who were actually succeeding. So I bought the book and read it and now I'm trying to decide how to transition from low-carb into JUDDD.

My husband is eating low-carb as well and the annoying booger lost 20 lbs this week! I'm really hoping to find a way to work this for both of us. And I thank you all so much for the amazing information I've found here already!
You can do JUDDD low carb so you actually get the appetite suppression common with low carb still. Some people just do it on DD and some do it on both. That way you wouldn't have to really transition away to a different kind of food. I am doing it on DD right now but trying to start lo carbing on UD this week.
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You can do JUDDD low carb so you actually get the appetite suppression common with low carb still. Some people just do it on DD and some do it on both. That way you wouldn't have to really transition away to a different kind of food. I am doing it on DD right now but trying to start lo carbing on UD this week.
My only worry is that he so strongly suggests using shakes during the first 2 weeks on the DDs. I can't remember if I ever tasted an Atkins shake, but I'm sure they don't taste good
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I have a question reguarding middays. Do any of you use them regularly and still lose? This past week my rotation was DD Mon UD Tue DD Wed UD Thur DD fri UD sat DD sun.. I am off work on every Wed and Sun. I find it is much easier to do DD At work. I want to try DD Tue thur sat
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I am sure this will work alot better for my lifestyle and be alot easier to stick to. Anyone who has any info it would be appreciated!
I don't use them, but some here do. It's a YMMV thing. Some do just fine keeping to a set schedule, and others find it stalls them. I can only suggest that you try it and see how it works for you. Let us know what you decide and how you do!
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I have a question reguarding middays. Do any of you use them regularly and still lose? This past week my rotation was DD Mon UD Tue DD Wed UD Thur DD fri UD sat DD sun.. I am off work on every Wed and Sun. I find it is much easier to do DD At work. I want to try DD Tue thur sat
midday Mon
UD wed fri Sunday.
I am sure this will work alot better for my lifestyle and be alot easier to stick to. Anyone who has any info it would be appreciated!
In my opinion, anything that helps you stay consistent over time is always better in the long run, although you may see a bit of a slow down in your rate of weight loss perhaps. I do UD-MD-UD every other weekend when my husband and I are off work together for our long weekend. I think I could lose faster following the rotations more strictly, but I am happier this way!! And happy is good! And bonus: I am still losing!
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Thanks Barb and Dawn! I was thinking that I will be much more likely to stick with it this way. I did my MD today and weight went back down 2 lbs. So I I lost what I gained at least! I am really loving this woe. I ate the grilled chicken salad that I've been eating on my DD's but added crutons and at work had mixed nuts which I measured out. Then after work I had 2 tblsp of peanut butter with some whipped cream. It felt like an in indulgent DD I didn't count calories yet need to go on my phone app and add it up but I know the salad is 402 without the crutons so im guessing its all about 900 cals.
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Cahira and any other Newbies I may have missed.

I never recommend the shakes unless people are having difficulty losing. You are on a roll with your LC, (and may I add... men) I see no reason you shouldn't just continue with LC and do the rotations to your numbers.

Sweetlady, glad the MD worked for you. We all make JUDDD our own.
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Hi all.

I've been following this thread and the others for a couple of weeks and I think I am ready to join you in the morning.

I have had a couple of DD and a couple of UD. Today is an UD so will start in the AM with a DD.

Started on 7/25 @ 167... this morning I was 164.6 I think this is going to work.

Thanks for all the great info and words of wisdom for all us newbies. It's appreciated.
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After being away from lowcarb for quite awhile, I came to the forum last night for some badly needed inspiration. I lost about 70 lbs. five years ago on a VLC lowcarb diet (on the way to my 50th birthday), then gradually gained it all back with several years of stress eating. I've always felt lowcarb in some form is a good plan for me, but the Atkins/South Beach type diets didn't work so well.

But suddenly I see this JUDDD forum for a plan I've never heard of before, and after reading some of the threads and downloading the book, I just dived in today on a DD day. I'm kind of desperate, and my head is in the right place for this now, I think.

I'm only doing a partial shake day today (I use the EAS Advantedge), because I really need one or two meals of savory food to make it through, but everything I've eaten is pre-packaged and measured, so I'm pretty confident that I'm right about 400 calories so far, and carbs are under 30. I'm going to try to keep the UD's in the moderate carb range (<100). We'll see...

It's nice to see so many feeling so good about this plan. My biggest concern right now is that I'm moving into menopause and afraid *nothing* will work for me at this stage. I hope I'm wrong!



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Maria. I am delighted you have found us and are giving JUDDD a go.

Yup, the menopause doesn't help, but you will find plent of others here sharing the issues and supporting each other.

Do look for our monthly Newbie thread, August Newbies Post Here, and get to know some of the others just starting out.

Post often and ask lots of questions. I think you will love JUDDD. and the health benefits are real.
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I started (re) started JUDD yesterday my DD 384 UD 1922
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I dont have the revesterol Dr J recomends I haven't been to the natural food/vitamin store yet. I do have a brand new bottle of hHCG should I take that?? I know I would help with hunger on the DDs
yesterday I went over cals just a little I ate a bananna before bed so I could sleep
my plan is on DD do cambridge diet each shake/soup is 140 cals with all the vit needed (I still take a multivit/min, my HBP med, My BG/S med, my statin, Vit D, Kelp and thinking of adding a fish oil) ususally a green salad for supper
On UD I'm following a Mediterrean diet using Whole grain breads, brown rices, EVOO and lots of veggies!!
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Marla. Many of us used real foods during the first two weeks and did just fine.

back Soontobe . . . I don't know anything about HCG, so I won't comment on that. Many of us don't take Resveratrol, though it does help some. I'm taking pterostilbene, but haven't really noticed much difference. Honestly, the appetite suppression seems to kick in for most of us after a few weeks of just doing the rotations with no additional supplementation.
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Hi, I'm a newbie that sort of fell into alternate day dieting after watching a BBC documentary earlier this week. I HAD intended to do the 5:2 version because I didn't think I'd be able to fast on alternate days. I started last Wednesday and felt really good, but didn't feel so good when I ate my more normal low-carb meals on Thursday, and still felt a little stuffed on Friday morning. That made me decide to do another fast day - which I see you call Down Days? Anyway I again felt better for the 500 calorie day so, for the moment at least, I seem to be doing JUDDDD even though I know nothing about it! It's almost midnight here so I'd better get to sleep, but will return tomorrow and take a closer look around. Dilly
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