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Old 06-18-2012, 01:08 AM   #181
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Hi skyesmom, glad your DD turned out well

Hi there amlyjo from another newbie

corgimom, i'm in the menopause too and when i find my waist (i know it's in there somewhere) i'll let you know if it's thickened compared my younger, thinner days. Seriously though it sounds like you have a great plan to get toned up.

williamson_ja good luck with JUDDD, i'm only into my second week and really loving it! The first couple of down days were fairly hard but since then i've been fine.

minimonkey i love the way you are embracing this whole WOE, yes i think two weeks is mentioned in the book for getting the SIRT1 going well (i've read the book and can't remember - maybe this WOE will also improve my memory?)

Had a DD yesterday and felt just fizzing with energy, i was up at 4am (work) then later in the day i dragged DH out for a walk to the beach. Made myself go to bed at 10pm.

Today is an UD and i've been working out the menu for the day - kind of struggling to get to my target calories who'd have ever thought that would be a problem! It was like, "i'd better add a couple of tablespoons of cream to that to make it more calorific!" I suppose as long as i'm not too far short of my UD cals it won't be too bad.

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Old 06-18-2012, 01:59 AM   #182
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Fairywren --

I love your avatar and name -- I am a bird person I am an avian rehabber, more precisely, and have accumulated a small permanent flock of my own .. 13 pigeons and 5 doves, none of whom can live in the wild for one reason or another (disability, raised in captivity/too tame, etc.) Birds make my heart sing.

You also seem to be doing very well embracing this WOE, and seem to be having lovely results upfront!

I'm liking this so far -- and I'm definitely willing to give it an honest go! I feel quite optimistic at the moment that this may be a real turning point for me in terms of the way I approach my relationship to food.

I'm aiming for another good up-day workout tomorrow -- yippee! I am excited about finally getting back in the gym, and about building some more muscle. Once I am back in lifting shape, there is a whole weights program (Cathe Friedrich's STS system) that I am going to be starting -- I fully expect to be a lean, strong little machine once Cathe gets done kicking my booty for several months straight! She's pretty much my fitness idol, alongside Burr Leonard of the Bar Method.

Actually, one of the biggest attractions to JUDDD, for me, is the anti-inflammatory effects. I have a tendency towards getting systemic inflammation/over-training syndrome much more quickly than most people, because I have Lyme disease (it's mostly in remission, but I still have to manage it.) So, when I train hard, inflammation is always lurking as a demon that might derail me. I am really hoping that JUDDD helps with that... and I feel hopeful that it will.

I would also roll over at least three times from happiness if I could see an anti-aging effect on my skin

I think the physical stress of long-term, constant caloric deprivation made the inflammation much worse-- and taxed my whole system pretty badly. I can't tell you how glad I am to be getting out of that loop, and moving on to something healthier and more sustainable.
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Old 06-18-2012, 03:54 AM   #183
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Corgi, Fairy, I just wanted to add that I found my way to Juddd while looking for WOEs that might work for menopausal women. LC was no longer working for me as well as it had, and I was dismayed at the thought that a big belly (with the back fat that came with it) was inevitable for me at this age.
Anyway, Juddd works. My belly is back to what it was, and the back fat is almost gone. Incredible.
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Old 06-18-2012, 03:58 AM   #184
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Joyjoy -- that is really encouraging! I hope it helps control some of the perimenopausal craziness across the board... I am not loving all that very much right now!
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Old 06-18-2012, 04:03 AM   #185
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Mini, I respect the craziness most of the time. It lets people (okay, mostly my lovely man) know that I am a wild woman and a force to be reckoned with!
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I'm going to try JUDD too. I have struggled with menopause symptoms for the past couple of years - and on low carb (high fat) I just have nonstop hot flashes!! And I'm finding that low carb (after 12 plus years) is not taking off the weight like it used to (coupled with my age I'm sure!).
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Corgimom --

I feel your menopause pain! I am in perimenopause, and trying to find a way to manage it. You have a great attitude, and I suspect you will have wonderful success with this!

It is my third down day -- and I have very little hunger today. I've had my 500 calories, and I feel quite well fed, actually.

Tomorrow I start monitoring my up day calories too -- and I will do that rotation (1840 up days, 500 down days) for a couple of weeks and see how that treats me. I'm doing all of this low carb.

If that is enough to start yielding fat losses, I'll be thrilled! I'm back in the gym regularly as of this week, and wanting to build more muscle, so am definitely wanting to avoid any more prolonged, regular caloric restriction -- I'm hopeful that this will be just the plan for me!
Thanks for the encouragement. There are several ways to do this WOE-which is good in case you need to adjust it to work for you.

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Welcome back Corgimom !

Minimonkey- Glad your DD went so well.


I had a good DD today . After this weekend I will not weigh for awhile those two UD's were HIGH . Hope everyone had a great Father's Day
Thanks for the welcome!

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I'm just starting. My first DD will be tomorrow. I went to the store and picked up a bunch of stuff that should help me get through. Wish me luck. I' m hoping to see a couple of pounds lost this first week. I've been having a hard time with the last couple of pounds and I just can't seem to lose anything lately. I've noticed that this forum is super friendly and very positive. I really like that!
Good luck! I think I've seen many times that on this plan your body will show what the scale doesn't. I'm going to use my waist measurement along with the scale to mark my progress. This is a great forum!
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Corgi, Fairy, I just wanted to add that I found my way to Juddd while looking for WOEs that might work for menopausal women. LC was no longer working for me as well as it had, and I was dismayed at the thought that a big belly (with the back fat that came with it) was inevitable for me at this age.
Anyway, Juddd works. My belly is back to what it was, and the back fat is almost gone. Incredible.
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That is so wonderful to know! FairyWren and cabrioluvr-there is hope for us!
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Old 06-18-2012, 09:31 AM   #189
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I just wanted to add that I found my way to Juddd while looking for WOEs that might work for menopausal women. LC was no longer working for me as well as it had, and I was dismayed at the thought that a big belly (with the back fat that came with it) was inevitable for me at this age.
Anyway, Juddd works. My belly is back to what it was, and the back fat is almost gone. Incredible.
Enjoy the trip, here.
Joyjoy, I have already noticed my menopausal belly and back fat shrinking after only about 2 weeks of JUDDDing, Like you, I wasn't getting anywhere with LC after a while. I have a very small frame, and that extra fat in the middle was really noticeable. Now I am actually looking forward to wearing bathing suits on my upcoming cruise. THANK YOU JUDDD
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Old 06-18-2012, 09:32 AM   #190
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Actually, one of the biggest attractions to JUDDD, for me, is the anti-inflammatory effects. I have a tendency towards getting systemic inflammation/over-training syndrome much more quickly than most people, because I have Lyme disease (it's mostly in remission, but I still have to manage it.) So, when I train hard, inflammation is always lurking as a demon that might derail me. I am really hoping that JUDDD helps with that... and I feel hopeful that it will.

I would also roll over at least three times from happiness if I could see an anti-aging effect on my skin

I think the physical stress of long-term, constant caloric deprivation made the inflammation much worse-- and taxed my whole system pretty badly. I can't tell you how glad I am to be getting out of that loop, and moving on to something healthier and more sustainable.
Well i'm sure that it's a great move to try JUDDD. I certainly agree about the long-term caloric deprivation - i did a very low cal diet earlier this year and although it was supposed to contain all the essential nutrients my skin really suffered, it was dry and itchy, my complexion was awful, i never usually get spots but i had a breakout every week. It's taken me two months to be recovered from that.

I spend a lot of time outdoors and in the field - i'm always picking up ticks and got tested twice in the last 6 months for Lyme Disease, thankfully the tests came back negative.

It'll be really interesting to see how you do on JUDDD regards the inflammation issues. In the past i've suffered with Ulcerative Colitis, i had a 16 year remission until late 2010 - i'd been eating bucket loads of carbs and had put on quite a bit of weight and it flared up again. I got it under control with the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) and hopefully it should stay under control. That's one of the reason's i'm trying to do JUDDD low carb but i'll certainly, in time, see how i am and perhaps introduce some more carbs for up days.

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Old 06-18-2012, 09:33 AM   #191
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back fat is almost gone. Incredible.
Enjoy the trip, here.
Yay! Backfat be gone! Can't wait

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I'm going to try JUDD too. I have struggled with menopause symptoms for the past couple of years - and on low carb (high fat) I just have nonstop hot flashes!! And I'm finding that low carb (after 12 plus years) is not taking off the weight like it used to (coupled with my age I'm sure!).
Welcome! Good luck with JUDDD. Seems to be a whole collection of us menopausal ladies here

Re. the hot flashes I find that if i'm in ketosis they disappear.

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Old 06-18-2012, 10:06 AM   #192
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Re. the hot flashes I find that if i'm in ketosis they disappear.

Evie
Evie, that's so interesting! Before Juddd, it was clear that sugar worsened hot flashes for me. I never had tons of them, and they weren't horrid generally, but they seem to have disappeared since starting JUDDD 8-9 weeks ago, so something's going on. I like it!
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Yay! Backfat be gone! Can't wait



Welcome! Good luck with JUDDD. Seems to be a whole collection of us menopausal ladies here

Re. the hot flashes I find that if i'm in ketosis they disappear.

Evie

I wish! I am the complete opposite. If I'm truly in ketosis and burning fat, my hot flashes are lots worse. If I try to go the low fat route and lower calories - they all but disappear. My body is so strange.....
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Old 06-18-2012, 10:23 AM   #194
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To so many new and returning JUDDD BUDDDs.

Sorry I haven't been around much but I've been having fun with a house guest.

It is great to see you all supporting each other here. Just to add that I am well past the menopause now but it was only after JUDDD helped me to lost my last 10 lbs that I saw the 'back fat' go. I have also been LC for over 10 years and had just stopped losing.
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I just wanted to give the Newbies something to look forward to...I was a Newbie less than 2 months ago!

JUDDD Week 7 Summary...

Starting weight 4/30: 154
Weight 5/31/12: 147.5
Today's Weight 6/18/12: 146, TWICE in the past 3 days, so I think it's officially my new baseline weight.

Pounds Lost in 7 weeks: 8

Inches Lost in 7 weeks...
Waist: 2.5"
Hips: 2.5"
Each Thigh: 1.5"
Each calf: 1.0"

AND I am feeling so much better, it really keeps me motivated on the Down Days. SOOOO enjoying the Up Days WITHOUT GUILT OR OBSESSION! I LOVE this WOE!!

I finally came to realize--time is going to pass me by no matter what...where do I want to be in one month, by mid summer, when I want to be out doing autumn activities, the holidays, etc? I NEEDED to pick a plan I could live with and stick to it. For me, JUDDD is that plan!

Looking forward to HUGE success for you Newbies! Best to you all. Love all the successes so far!
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Old 06-18-2012, 11:56 AM   #196
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Hello all!! I just finished my first week of JUDDD. I am happy to say that I lost 2.2 lbs.! I am so very excited!!
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That is great Nonny, and this is just the beginning.
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I just wanted to give the Newbies something to look forward to...I was a Newbie less than 2 months ago!

JUDDD Week 7 Summary...

Starting weight 4/30: 154
Weight 5/31/12: 147.5
Today's Weight 6/18/12: 146, TWICE in the past 3 days, so I think it's officially my new baseline weight.

Pounds Lost in 7 weeks: 8

Inches Lost in 7 weeks...
Waist: 2.5"
Hips: 2.5"
Each Thigh: 1.5"
Each calf: 1.0"

AND I am feeling so much better, it really keeps me motivated on the Down Days. SOOOO enjoying the Up Days WITHOUT GUILT OR OBSESSION! I LOVE this WOE!!

I finally came to realize--time is going to pass me by no matter what...where do I want to be in one month, by mid summer, when I want to be out doing autumn activities, the holidays, etc? I NEEDED to pick a plan I could live with and stick to it. For me, JUDDD is that plan!

Looking forward to HUGE success for you Newbies! Best to you all. Love all the successes so far!
Thanks for taking the time share your success!! It is very encouraging!!
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That is great Nonny, and this is just the beginning.
Thanks! I can't wait!
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You earned it. Enjoy the next week!
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Hello all!! I just finished my first week of JUDDD. I am happy to say that I lost 2.2 lbs.! I am so very excited!!
That's terrific! Keep up the good work!



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Old 06-18-2012, 02:19 PM   #205
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Well done NonnyK

Thanks Barb - you are a great inspiration

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How quickly the sirtuin thing builds up is highly individual. Some of us are there in about two weeks. Some have taken two months to really 'feel' the burn. (Fortunately, weight loss begins long before the SIRs finish accumulating - no one get demotivated hearing this.)

The interesting thing is, when it hits, frequently it really hits - many of us can tell exactly when the magic really settled in and started doing it's thing. My weight loss rate doubled from Wednesday in my fourth week JUDDDING. And all the lovely NSVs started happening.

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Today is my first DD. I'm really hoping this is the plan I've been looking for. Everyone's words are so inspiring and encouraging. Thanks to all for taking the time to post to this thread.
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Kitty, all the best today. The DDs get easier. There is lots of info on the threads to help you make them easier.
We'll look forward to hearing how it goes for you!
And yeah, this is a very enthusiastic place. With good reason.
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