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Old 03-28-2012, 07:31 AM   #31
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I WILL be joining the JUDD method very soon

Actually, I can hardly wait. I’ve got an awful cold right now, which is trying to become bronchitis -- even thinking about eating at the moment is yukky. I need a couple days to recover from this and then I’m ready to commit.

I’ve tried to NOT weigh myself everyday, it’s just too emotionally draining. This morning I checked in with the scale to see that I have not lost anything in 2 weeks. How can that even be? I hate the scale and I don't deserve this.
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Old 03-28-2012, 07:48 AM   #32
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Actually, I can hardly wait. I’ve got an awful cold right now, which is trying to become bronchitis -- even thinking about eating at the moment is yukky. I need a couple days to recover from this and then I’m ready to commit.

I’ve tried to NOT weigh myself everyday, it’s just too emotionally draining. This morning I checked in with the scale to see that I have not lost anything in 2 weeks. How can that even be? I hate the scale and I don't deserve this.
Whatever plan you follow, your body will retain water and slow the weight loss whenever you're sick. That's just the way our bodies work, so I wouldn't worry too much about this one weigh-in. Even though your body might be losing fat, it's holding on to everything it can until your well again, then you'll most likely see a nice drop.
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Old 03-28-2012, 07:51 AM   #33
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Aw, thanks. I've been giving it a little thought, and since my head is so completely stuffed up, there must be a couple pounds of water up there right now! LOL
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Old 03-28-2012, 09:34 AM   #34
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How’s it going now with JUDD as your woe?

I am thinking of starting JUDD however I am concerned that for me it could turn into a fast 10-pound gain. Does that ever happen? It seems like no matter how far down I have driven my calories, my metabolism adjusts and I quit losing weight. I have a lot to lose.

According to Dr. J’s calculator my rotation would be 2600/520. That is 3,170 over 2 days. Can that work?

Currently, and for the past three months, I am averaging those same numbers -- typically eating 1550/day, however the losses have trickled from some the first month, to a little, to barely any over the past month.

I have become PARANOID about everything I eat. I run all sorts of mental dialogues: “maybe I have a food allergy, maybe I should eliminate all dairy…all wheat…all meat, all carbs” or “should I cut my calories in half” “should I be stuffing some sort of supplements” “maybe I don’t eat enough”… The questions are constantly looming and there’s never an answer.

Could JUDD be right for me?
yes, JUDDD could be right for you. no the calculator does not tell you how much you have to eat on and UD. that is a misconception that would be straightened out if you read the book. i followed the calculator for a few weeks and gained. so reading the book i learned that there is no amount i had to eat on the UD. the calculator was primarily intended to give you the DD cals. on UD you are supposed to eat enough that your body knows the food supply is no longer limited but not to deliberately overeat. once i did that i started losing again.
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