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Old 03-12-2012, 10:50 PM   #1
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What is YOUR UD-Menu like?

I see that there is a lot of great info here and some wonderful DD advice/ideas. It is the UDs that are scaring this newbie though. (Anyone else?)

Perhaps we could get a thread going listing some of your typical menus on an UD, of course posting your max. calories allotted/type of program.

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1742 max. Calories/LC JUDD
Breakfast: AAAA
Lunch: BBB
Dinner: CCC
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Old 03-13-2012, 02:55 AM   #2
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There are daily threads "It's ----day, What Are You Eating" that include most of that info.

Maybe we could expand it to include WOE (lc, primal, vegetarian, everything in the fridge) and calorie goal. Some people enter that info anyway.
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Old 03-13-2012, 04:44 AM   #3
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Well I usually skip breakfast to make the gap between previous meal bigger. Lunch is a sandwich of ham or chicken. Then whatever I want for dinner and a yoghurt for dessert and stop eating at 8pm. Hope this helps you out Oh and I drink as much water as I can
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My menus are the same as pre-JUDDD. I eat the same foods I ate on LC, I just count the calories. Today's example of my UP day is as follows:

B: Coffee w/ real cream; atkins bar (forgot my bacon and eggs)
L: cheeseburger w/ mayo and pickle
S: almonds
D: hotdogs and green beans w/ butter

The above is roughly 1700 cals and I eat more than that so I'll be adding in some snacks. If I had my bacon/egg/cheese quiche that would have been an extra 250 cals in the menu since each slice of my recipe is roughly 450 cals. Some up days I eat a slice of my favorite recipe from Linda Sue's site. The coney island pie, for example, is 550 cals per piece.
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Hi guys! Thank you for the responses. I really appreciate the input! I did see the other threads like "It's Monday: What are you eating" and the similar styled exercise ones. However, when I went through them, it was such a combo of UD and DD menus and frequently there were no indications on what the individual's caloric allotments are. I suppose I was looking for a place for people to go where they could quickly find lots of ideas of what UD Menus matched their program (LC, Paleo, etc) and UD calorie level. Maybe it's already in a post and I'm overlooking it? Because I'm doing LC to start out, I'm a bit nervous that the fat intake will be sending me above my caloric allotments or that out of fear of going over, I end up not eating enough on my UDs. I think I was hoping to see lots of nice options for tried and true menus to help me on my way and to help me be creative about my meals. When (if?) I go to introducing some carbs, I feel like it will be easier to keep the correct levels. I don't know. I've been reading so many threads/posts that my brain is swimming. LOL!! I have one more day to get it together. Yikes!!

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I think that, since nothing's off limits with this WOE, there are way too many UD options for a single thread. If you're planning to stay low carb, I'd suggest eating the same things you already eat for UDs and DDs, and just have less of them on DDs and then add more healthy fats to UDs.

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Hi guys! Thank you for the responses. I really appreciate the input! I did see the other threads like "It's Monday: What are you eating" and the similar styled exercise ones. However, when I went through them, it was such a combo of UD and DD menus and frequently there were no indications on what the individual's caloric allotments are. I suppose I was looking for a place for people to go where they could quickly find lots of ideas of what UD Menus matched their program (LC, Paleo, etc) and UD calorie level. Maybe it's already in a post and I'm overlooking it? Because I'm doing LC to start out, I'm a bit nervous that the fat intake will be sending me above my caloric allotments or that out of fear of going over, I end up not eating enough on my UDs. I think I was hoping to see lots of nice options for tried and true menus to help me on my way and to help me be creative about my meals. When (if?) I go to introducing some carbs, I feel like it will be easier to keep the correct levels. I don't know. I've been reading so many threads/posts that my brain is swimming. LOL!! I have one more day to get it together. Yikes!!

Thanks again! Wishing you all a great day!
I definitely understand the confusion, as it took a while for me as well in the beginning to get used to counting calories and figuring out what I could eat within my calorie limits. The thing with calories though, is that it depends not only on the item but also on portion size/weight. Let's say I eat X amount of my low carb pizza for a meal and the portion size I eat for that meal comes to around 310 calories. I may want a smaller portion for another meal that will only be around 200 calories. I always post my total calorie count in the daily what are you eating threads, but not for each item individually for that reason.

So if your portion size differs from mine and you don't eat the exact amount that I do, it'll differ drastically in calorie count, and I'm not sure that will help you. So I think you may want to just choose what you want to eat ahead of time and then calculate it to get your calorie counts and add it up for your daily total before you start your day of eating. You'll find the longer you do this, the easier it'll be for you to have a good idea of what you can eat and the amounts that you can eat to make it within your calorie limits for the day.
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B - 2 eggs scrambled in coconut oil, coffee with HWC, 2 slices wholewheat toast with SF Apricot preserves (500 calories)
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I have no such thing as a typical UD - I just eat whatever strikes my fancy, and count the calories (my UD limit is 1800).

Yesterday I had cereal with almond milk for breakfast, a Luna Bar for a snack, a bologna/cheese sandwich with Special K crisps for lunch, and lemon/pepper tilapia with penne pasta and corn for dinner followed by a Sugar Free pudding cup.

I love the freedom JUDD gives me to well, literally eat what I want!
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I tend to eat the same things over and over on both DD's and UD's. I am boring.
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Thanks for the input, you guys! I understand what you're saying now. I am thinking that to get me started I will put together lists of foods and their calorie counts to help me know in advance what I can eat. I'm thinking I need to be prepared as possible at first and then as I get more comfortable with portion sizes and calories, I can vary more. I don't know. I think I may just be used to having very certain options of foods (and amounts) from doing Hcg so much. lol Anyway, thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!!!!!!!
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Hey Bella, you will adjust to all of this quicker than you think. It's hard for me to break down what I eat on UDs because each day is unique. For some, it may be daunting to have so much freedom and choice in their diet, but JUDDD is truly that way. Make it what you want it to be - the decisions on what you eat are all yours. Check out the recipe threads and daily "What are you Eating?" threads for more food ideas if you like though.
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I havent started JUDDD yet. I am still breaking it down and planning. My plan so far is:

I am at a 1800 UD limit. I figure if I break it down to 350 for breakfast, 450 for lunch, 800for dinner, and 200 for snack. I can use this as a basis, and can shift around the calories depending on whats going on also! I think if I can use this as my guide I will be fine!

My DD is 480, but I will save that for a salad for dinner. I dont want to not eat something in front of my daughter. I had a hard time convincing her she needs to eat something everyday, when I caught her not eating for days on end when she was trying to drop 10lbs she gained over winter before softball conditioning started. I have to practice what I preach in a round about way!

Anyways I am taking my break down and looking over the "what you eating" thread and making myself a little menu to put on my fridge as a guide on those days of opening and closing the fridge in search of idea's lol!! I did Atkins for almost 10 years off and on, and I still have a sample menu on the side of my fridge lol!!! Oh and I found a website that has calorie counts for fast food and resturants that I am gonna print and put in my wallet as a way to keep track on those days I need to stop!
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My UD tomorrow will be Chobani yogurt and caramel mini-crisps for breakfast, a Lean cuisine and popcorn for lunch, dinner is a Thomas' thin bagel, cabbage and 2 stuffed cheese shells, and then somewhere in the day, I'll have a medium peeled cucumber, sliced with about 2 tablespoons of homemade chicken salad and also working out at Curves after work - I'm getting hungry, so better go on to bed, TTYL!
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Oh, I see.

UD 1600 cal.

During the week, DH is out of town (business travel).
- Breakfast is 200 calories of hwc in coffee (DD breakfast is 100 cal hwc).
- Lunch is my big meal usually about 1000 cal of whatever appeals. I keep a notebook of calories in my favorite 'home made' meals, and of my fave eat-out meals.
- Dinner is usually the same as DD, about 200 cal or cabbage/veggies.
- Snack is 64 calories of whiskey - carefully measured (1 jigger)
I have 100 calories allocated to 'other'. Lately, I am experimenting with making chocolate truffles. The cals go to tasting the mix. Giggle, I don't think I have actually eaten a whole, finished truffle yet.

(Imagine, a woe where I can make chocolates AND lose weight )

Friday DH is home. Breakfast is hwc in coffee. I usually fast or eat a small salad for lunch. Dinner is usually Mexican.

Gradually, Saturday is becoming MD every week to keep to his schedule. I don't really like this, it is slowing down my weight loss. But, it also keeps romance in the relationship.
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Well, like Sophie said, mine are so varied it would be impossible to give you a typical day.

My cals are approx 375/1700 but I am in maintenance so I eat anything from 400 - 700 class on a DD and my UDs are pretty much Free Days, where I eat whatever I fancy without counting.

Also, I gave up LC as soon as I realised that I felt just fine when I ate carbs and still lost weight, faster than I had in years That was a blindingly magical moment after 11 years on Atkins.

Sorry I can't be more precise. I can tell you that a JUDDD UD is a thing of beauty!
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I have no such thing as a typical UD - I just eat whatever strikes my fancy, and count the calories.
What she said ^
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I have 2200ish calories for my up day. I make two big meals out of it.

Lunch: 1000 cals. Whatever I want, I weigh and count everything as I add it to my plate and I stop adding when I've reached 1000. Today I'm making nachos for lunch, so I'll count out about 400-500 cals of nacho chips and then the rest in toppings. That's a BIG plate for me.

Supper: 1000 cals, something with ground beef tonight, not sure what yet.

Snack: 200 cals... I portion out pretzels, chips, popcorn, nuts, crackers etc into 100 calorie ziploc bags so I budget for 2 of them. I get the munchies at night sometimes and at least it's budgetted.
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My cals are 425/2100

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I need a lot of food in the evening to manage a good DD the next day. If I'm hungry at the end of an UD - I know the DD will be tough!
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I don't really have a typical up day either. If we're planning a meal out, I'll eat lightly during the day, focusing on fruit and grains.

Some days I snack all day and there are no distinct "meals" but lots of snacks eaten an hour or two apart.

Some days I have a regular breakfast, lunch and dinner with approximately balanced calories allotted to each.

But that's what I like about up days--I can follow my needs and desires and not be stuck to a rigid plan.

I can see where planning would be useful to some, but I am too much of a rebel and planning (even for myself) would get thrown out the window pretty quickly.

This was probably no help to you, sorry.
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At first I was cramming everything I missed into my UD. lol I was so full I felt like a kid on Thanksgiving. Now I've moved to higher calories things and moved to the "little or no exercise" calorie count so I don't feel as full. Today is an UD here is my menu for today:
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Metabolisms are very interesting.

I may be the only one, but I find I am much less hungry on DD if I eat most of my food during the day, then have a light, lc snack for dinner, on UD.
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Metabolisms are very interesting.

I may be the only one, but I find I am much less hungry on DD if I eat most of my food during the day, then have a light, lc snack for dinner, on UD.
I'm not hungry on my DDs. I generally save it up..kind of like I did for dessert when I was a kid, a little for lunch and save the best for last.

It's so interesting that we all have different takes on it, yet it works. JUDDD seems very versatile.
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I have 2200ish calories for my up day. I make two big meals out of it.

Lunch: 1000 cals. Whatever I want, I weigh and count everything as I add it to my plate and I stop adding when I've reached 1000. Today I'm making nachos for lunch, so I'll count out about 400-500 cals of nacho chips and then the rest in toppings. That's a BIG plate for me.

Supper: 1000 cals, something with ground beef tonight, not sure what yet.

Snack: 200 cals... I portion out pretzels, chips, popcorn, nuts, crackers etc into 100 calorie ziploc bags so I budget for 2 of them. I get the munchies at night sometimes and at least it's budgetted.
I like this - a great idea!
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I'm not hungry on my DDs. I generally save it up..kind of like I did for dessert when I was a kid, a little for lunch and save the best for last.

It's so interesting that we all have different takes on it, yet it works. JUDDD seems very versatile.
That's what I'm doing today as well; I ate very little for breakfast/lunch, and going out with hubby tonight for hibachi stirfry - I'm a newbie, but that works for me, saving the best for the last meal of the day!
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I haven't read all the replies, but I wonder if you are a member at ************.com? It's a calorie tracker that is very helpful in planning your day, without having to keep lots of lists. You can save specific meals, create recipes, and look up tons of foods, entering them into your diary with a simple click.

Many of us are on there, and you can 'friend' us, and then see our food diaries. Maybe that would help? I'm mykidsteacher there too, and I follow a Paleo woe. I'm in maintenance, and follow 800 cal DD's and 1600 cal UD's.
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Thank you for all the wonderful input, suggestions, and ideas! I have ************ from my hcg days. While I dread the idea of counting calories, I definitely understand the importance of having a good understanding what I'm doing. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!!
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