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Old 09-14-2012, 10:03 AM   #1891
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Hi everyone! Thanks for making us newbies feel so welcome, and also for the great support and helpful information!!
I just ordered the book (should be here by Monday!) but decided to go ahead and try this program from what I have read on your site--so far, after 2 DD, I find I seem to have no trouble at all keeping at about 500-600 cals, but I have gone CRAZY on my 2 UD so far!! I start out great in the early part of the day (counting cals, etc) but by the end of the nite find I have gone out of control and ate over 2500 cals, like binging, etc. I started out Monday at 150 and this morning I am at 152.4 which scares me! but i am on a DD today and will keep at it, really liking what I have read about this WOE and benefits, etc. I need to lose about 20 lbs. figured I should be eating 500 DD and 1900 UD. I just wish I could get this under control! :-) anyway, thanks everyone for being so welcoming and helpful! love your site and glad I joined!!
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Old 09-15-2012, 02:22 AM   #1892
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heloooooooo

Hi everyone ,
I havejust started this plan a few days ago and I am on my secon up day today .I have tried many plans in the past and saw the documentary the other day about fasting and though seems like one I could fit into my lifestyle.I found the down days ok as I had oatmeal for breakfast and made a big pot off veggie soup and snakced on that .i was bit discouraged this morning after wi to have gained halp pound but will stick with it x
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mummy I almost always show a gain after DD's! It's weird
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reilly weird i was expecting a loss lol
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Old 09-16-2012, 03:05 PM   #1895
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Hi All, I have been lurking around for a couple of weeks now and decided to join the group. I bought the Alternate Day Diet a couple of months ago but just started reading it last week. In the meantime I started the Dukan Diet 6 days ago I'm doing 7 to 10 days of attach phase. I am interested in changing to JUDD as I have 30 lbs to lose and want to do it with joy!!! JUDD seems to be not a diet but a way of life and that makes me happy. I have a question though. Has anyone changed from diet to start JUDD? I don't know how to transition this early on in my current diet. I'm not even thru the first phase of it. Please let me know. thanks so much.
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Old 09-21-2012, 06:22 PM   #1896
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Hello Ladies,
I am on my first DD today, transitioning from HCG. I will be doing low carb for the next few weeks, then slowly add carbs in. My first DD went very well, I am allowed 300 cals, but only had 222. I guess after HCG this will come easy. I am allowed 1500 cals on UP and have menus planned out to get me started. It helps for me to see and get it in my head what 1500 cals looks like. I guess I am obsessive maybe :-) I wanted to thank everyone who contributes on this JUDDD forum. There is so much helpful information and encouragement! Looking forward to hanging out with all you "losers" :-)

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Old 09-21-2012, 07:13 PM   #1897
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Hi everyone!! My name is Kim and I started JUDDD'ing today Had my first DD today; used premade commercial shakes...had 460 calories today. Tomorrow I am supposed to eat to 1880 cals...is this a target number or just a number I can't exceed? Not sure about that...help please I started this AM at 142.6 pounds...almost to goal and needing a better way to eat

I went for a bikeride w my kids tonight and am getting ready for bed. I had a great day today

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Old 09-22-2012, 04:26 AM   #1898
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Hi Kim
The advice is to stick to the prescribed cals as much as possible for the first few weeks till your body adjusts. It's the gap between the number of DD and UD cals that creates the JUDDD magic.

It might seem weird eating plenty while you're on a diet but you can add healthy fats like avocado, coconut and butter to keep cals up and bulk down if you're used to tiny portions. Otherwise, just enjoy lots of healthy food on your UDs.

There's loads of great info and advice here from the experienced JUDDD Budds. I hope you enjoy the JUDDD adventure.
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Old 09-22-2012, 02:31 PM   #1899
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to you all, sorry I haven't been around much lately, and somehow I also got myself 'unsubscribed' from this thread!

I look forwar to getting to know you and seeing your progress.
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Hi All, I have been lurking around for a couple of weeks now and decided to join the group. I bought the Alternate Day Diet a couple of months ago but just started reading it last week. In the meantime I started the Dukan Diet 6 days ago I'm doing 7 to 10 days of attach phase. I am interested in changing to JUDD as I have 30 lbs to lose and want to do it with joy!!! JUDD seems to be not a diet but a way of life and that makes me happy. I have a question though. Has anyone changed from diet to start JUDD? I don't know how to transition this early on in my current diet. I'm not even thru the first phase of it. Please let me know. thanks so much.
I know that a number of people here have done Dukan. I think they have simply chosen to change over and slowly introduce a few more carbs.
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I have been a member of LCF for years but am new to JUDDD.

I have LC'd on and off for as long as I have been here. I usually do well on it (when I stick to it) but I get bored easily and potatoes are my kryptonite.

I am give JUDDD a go since I can eat anything I want (within my calorie allotment of course) and hoping it works for me.

The biggest challenge I am going to face will be not having the instant gratification of lots of weight loss all at once. So as long as I remember to watch the downward trend I should be okay. Afterall, I didn't put all this weight on overnight, so it's not going to come off overnight either, right?
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Old 09-23-2012, 04:11 AM   #1902
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Welcome to the Dark Side Cryssi! We do have fun here and most of us lose weight.

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Old 09-24-2012, 08:39 AM   #1903
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Hi everyone! I was browsing through weight loss plans and JUDDD sparked my interest. I visited the official website to find out more about this way of eating. After reading through the JUDDD post I decided to give it a try. I would like to lose 20-22 pounds. Today is my first down day. Hope I don't gorge on my up day.
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Old 09-24-2012, 08:53 AM   #1904
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Lovely to 'meet' you Ai Xin. We have a busy September Newbies thread where you might enjoy posting too.
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Hello Cryssi and Ai Xin

I've been JUDDDing since the beginning of September and it's been brilliant so far. The weight has steadily crept down 7lbs, which is certainly quicker than I put it on!

There's lots of help and advice here from the JUDDD budds.
I hope it's as easy for you!
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Hiya! I've been playing with JUDDD after reading the about 2 weeks ago. Most of my DDs have been more like 700 calories but I re-read the book over the weekend and realized I really need to get those DDs down to below 500. So I'm doing it seriously now - and today am ending at 460!

I want to lose 20-25 lbs. I like this WOE so far and think it's something I can stick with. Really glad to have found this forum and have already done a good amount of nosing around here...expect to see me posting! I've already learned a lot just from reading here for a few days.

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You're off to a great start! Welcome to this amazing forum.
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Hey y'all!

Today is my first DD & I'm excited to see what this new woe does for me! I've been a member here for years & most of that time I've jumped on & off the low carb band wagon! A couple of weeks ago I found an online tracker and read about JUDDD. Someone placed a link to here & I liked what I read. I got the book, read it. Here I am.

I am a wife, mother to 4 & grandmother to 6! My metabolism is shot to pieces; but, I'm hoping that JUDDD gets it revved up again! I look forward to reading these posts & getting to know you all!

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ILoveMustard, you will find so much useful advice here if you have the patience to dig around. I see you have already found the Newbie thread which is a great place.
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Thinking about joining you all. How do I find out how many calories I need on UD's? I get the general idea about 500 cals on DD's. Also, how important is it to eat "healthy" on UD's? The shakes sound like a good idea for DD's, but not sure exactly how to plan my UD's. Can I just have a sausage biscuit for brekkie, candy bars for snacks, etc. if I want? Someone told me that people who eat junk food on UD's fail on JUDDD. Wondering if that is true, and if I have to be so rigid, I feel like I may as well stick with LC, lol.
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Thinking about joining you all. How do I find out how many calories I need on UD's? I get the general idea about 500 cals on DD's. Also, how important is it to eat "healthy" on UD's? The shakes sound like a good idea for DD's, but not sure exactly how to plan my UD's. Can I just have a sausage biscuit for brekkie, candy bars for snacks, etc. if I want? Someone told me that people who eat junk food on UD's fail on JUDDD. Wondering if that is true, and if I have to be so rigid, I feel like I may as well stick with LC, lol.
The first step is to go to Dr. Johnson's website (google JUDDD to find it) and enter your information into the calculator to get your UD and DD calories. You'll get a whole range of responses about whether or not it's important to eat "healthy" on UDs. I eat "fairly" healthy with a good variety of foods on my UDs, but I also have treats and wine and whatever else I want. I have done well. YMMV.
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Old 09-25-2012, 04:40 PM   #1912
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Just wanted to stop by and say hi. I am new to this forum. I joined here mainly because of the JUDDD section, although I have done low carb on and off (more off) since mid 2007.

My most recent diet was a drastic one, it was a VLCD. It was the type where your food is the powder packs made up with water: shakes, soups etc and you are allowed the odd bit of veg and that's it. I managed to do it for 12 weeks then I had 2 weeks off and then did it for another 4 weeks but fell off the wagon ever since (past nearly 2 months - absolutely hate to think what I've regained).
In my first 12 weeks I lost 33.5 lb which is good but not as much as most people on that type of VLCD. I'm a slow loser and I believe it's because of my thyroid but doctor won't give me meds for it. I gained some back in my 2 weeks off but lost that plus an extra 5.75 lb during my last 4 weeks in the diet.
The VLCD is very drastic and you pretty much cannot eat or drink anything other than your powder packs, water and some veg... It's low enough carbs to keep you in ketosis. So anyway I got so frustrated with my losses compared to others (most lose about 14 lb a month) and eventually it got the better of me and I gave up. I've been meaning to restart since I fell off at the end of July but just cannot face such a restrictive diet again so I want to try JUDDD and see how it works for me.

While on the VLCD I knew I would try JUDDD closer to goal but I didn't quite get that far. If JUDDD does not work for me I will try the VLCD again because I need to get this weight gone. I just wish my doctor would medicate me for my thyroid, something I've been trying to get them to do for about the past 5-7 years.

Ok so now I'm totally rambling, sorry. I just need to weigh myself to get a starting weight (and try not to cry when I see how much I have regained of the weight I lost!) then get started.

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Old 09-25-2012, 05:26 PM   #1913
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Ok, so it says I should have 1931 on UD's (25% whatever that means, lol), and 483 on DD's...Do you plan your UD's or "go with the flow"? I know if not on the shakes, then DD's would need to be planned. Ironically I find it easier (in theory) to imagine planning DD's than UD's.
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Most of us plan our UDs too, but we also "plan" our treats so we still get all the fun things that make this diet feel not so restrictive, if that makes sense. I always leave room on my UD for wine and something fun, but also make sure to get lots of good food in too to keep me fueled well through my next DD.
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Just wanted to stop by and say hi. I am new to this forum. I joined here mainly because of the JUDDD section, although I have done low carb on and off (more off) since mid 2007.

My most recent diet was a drastic one, it was a VLCD. It was the type where your food is the powder packs made up with water: shakes, soups etc and you are allowed the odd bit of veg and that's it. I managed to do it for 12 weeks then I had 2 weeks off and then did it for another 4 weeks but fell off the wagon ever since (past nearly 2 months - absolutely hate to think what I've regained).
In my first 12 weeks I lost 33.5 lb which is good but not as much as most people on that type of VLCD. I'm a slow loser and I believe it's because of my thyroid but doctor won't give me meds for it. I gained some back in my 2 weeks off but lost that plus an extra 5.75 lb during my last 4 weeks in the diet.
The VLCD is very drastic and you pretty much cannot eat or drink anything other than your powder packs, water and some veg... It's low enough carbs to keep you in ketosis. So anyway I got so frustrated with my losses compared to others (most lose about 14 lb a month) and eventually it got the better of me and I gave up. I've been meaning to restart since I fell off at the end of July but just cannot face such a restrictive diet again so I want to try JUDDD and see how it works for me.

While on the VLCD I knew I would try JUDDD closer to goal but I didn't quite get that far. If JUDDD does not work for me I will try the VLCD again because I need to get this weight gone. I just wish my doctor would medicate me for my thyroid, something I've been trying to get them to do for about the past 5-7 years.

Ok so now I'm totally rambling, sorry. I just need to weigh myself to get a starting weight (and try not to cry when I see how much I have regained of the weight I lost!) then get started.
You may find you lose better with JUDDD than even with the VLCD you were doing before. I am hypothyroid and lost 45 pounds before I even was diagnosed, so I may be biased, but I really feel if you follow the plan it will work for almost everyone. There are a few who follow JUDDD to the letter and don't lose well, but most of us lose great, even with some health issues. Good luck!
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I am wondering if I buy all the things I can eat on UD's, including treats, how tempted I will be to eat some of it on DD's...anyone run into that temptation?
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Hi, Im Jacci and I have been lurking for a little while. I have been judding since 23/8 and have lost 11lbs, I am loving this woe!!

I am 52 and had bone cancer earlier this year...all fine now, and this has made me realise I need to become as healthy as I can and this judding will enable me to be so. Im totally enjoying this and love reading this forum and look forward to being part of it.

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Librarygirl, Wantobeslim and Jacci.

Librarygirl, there are always temptations, but I know of no other diet where you only need to wait until the next day to enjoy those treats, tell me if you do.

Wantobeslim, I agree, you may find JUDDD allows you to lose really well even with thyroid issues. But please don't expect very fast losses, JUDDD is not a quick weight loss plan. But it has so many other benefits, good luck.

Jacci, I am so pleased that you have made such a good recovery. Well done on your 11lbs already lost.
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Thanks, Cindy. I like it over here (JUDDD). For now I'm going to stick with LC. I have a conference to attend next week and don't want to start something like JUDDD, since I am/will be such a newbie. I'm glad I've discovered this WOE through helpful info from folks like you. It's definitely something I'm excited to learn more about, and maybe try in the future.
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Hi KeirasMom and Kissa and thank you for the kind welcome. It is reassuring to read that even people with thyroid issues can lose weight on JUDDD.

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But please don't expect very fast losses, JUDDD is not a quick weight loss plan. But it has so many other benefits, good luck.
Oh I am not expecting fast losses on a plan like this and that's partly the reason I want to give it a try. If I could lose 1-2 lb a week I'll be more than happy seeing as I was not losing much more than that on the VLCD where I would eat around 550 calories every day. Ok so I might lose 11 lb ish per month on the VLCD (each month it got less though) but being able to lose 4-8 lb a month sounds a lot better when being able to eat 2000ish calories every other day.

I am willing to give it a go and see how it works for me. Would anyone recommend a minimum amount of time to try JUDDD before deciding whether it's for them or not? Is 4 weeks enough time or not enough?
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