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Old 02-08-2013, 04:38 AM   #241
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Nancy, you look great, but I have to say, the woman in the front draws my attention every time. Like a great photo bomb!
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Nancy, you look great, but I have to say, the woman in the front draws my attention every time. Like a great photo bomb!
Isn't she adorable? In real life she is intelligent, energetic, beautiful, and just plain fun to be around.
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Old 02-08-2013, 09:36 PM   #246
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Any party with a guy in a hat, and all that smiling and dancing and photobombing, THAT'S a party I want to be at! You look awesome, love the hair flower!
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Old 02-22-2013, 11:11 AM   #247
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Caloric restriction has cardiac-specific effects that ameliorate aging-associated changes in diastolic function. These beneficial effects on cardiac function might be mediated by the effect of CR on blood pressure, systemic inflammation, and myocardial fibrosis.

American College of Cardiology Foundation | Journal of the American College of Cardiology | Long-Term Caloric Restriction Ameliorates the Decline in Diastolic Function in Humans


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Old 02-23-2013, 05:03 AM   #248
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Hey I am watching NBC and they just said they will have a segment on "the new diet - eat what you want but it includes fasting." in case anyone else sees this in time to watch .
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Old 02-23-2013, 08:51 AM   #249
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oooh, missed it, but maybe they'll post online?
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If anyone lives near any of the below universities and would like to participate in a study of CR, this gives the details:

Pennington Biomedical Research Center (Baton Rouge, LA)
Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts
University (Boston, MA)
Washington University in St. Louis, School of Medicine (St. Louis, MO)

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Very good info from CALERIE study which originally conducted at Tufts University and then coordinated with Duke. I will try and access this at the University and see if I can post some of the science research results.

ScienceDirect.com - Contemporary Clinical Trials - The CALERIE Study: Design and methods of an innovative 25% caloric restriction intervention
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Old 02-23-2013, 01:41 PM   #251
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oooh, missed it, but maybe they'll post online?
It wasn't really a good segment. It was about the 5:2 plan rather than JUDDD or eod and most of the feedback from people on the street is they wouldn't want to fast or couldn't do only 500 calories. Those segments tend to be biased I think.
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Old 02-26-2013, 11:30 AM   #252
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oh, bummer. I thought the same thing when I thought about starting... unless you read about people who do it and aren't freaking out, then you think you can't do it either... sigh.
we'll get there, eventually...gluten info is getting there, soy info is mostly there, organic is definitely there. It'll happen.
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:32 AM   #253
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Yes Soren, I agree. It takes a long time for what works well to become accepted mainstream....and JUDDD is pretty new. As more and more of us are successful with this WOE it will have an effect. I honestly think that this LCF is the premier site regarding JUDDD. If there is anything else out there like it, I haven't found it yet. Thanks you guys for all that you contribute!


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Old 03-01-2013, 06:37 AM   #254
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I agree that LCF is the main site for successful IMF or Juddd...I have been watching the Dr Lara video this morning, and have picked up more info..so, thank you again, Sunday for posting all of these great links..., I've been doing some things I'll change...I was only rarely taking any coconut oil..I want to increase that..and go to a 12 noon to 8pm window..still doing the rotations. I'm stuck again with the 1 lb bounce...but of course, that's just how my body works.
I know maybe some people don't need the CO, but maybe I do..so I will see....there's so much information and that's a good thing..if I ever can reduce inflammation it will ease some pain, so for me, it is well worth the effort.
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Old 03-02-2013, 06:24 AM   #256
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I agree that LCF is the main site for successful IMF or Juddd...I have been watching the Dr Lara video this morning, and have picked up more info..so, thank you again, Sunday for posting all of these great links..., I've been doing some things I'll change...I was only rarely taking any coconut oil..I want to increase that..and go to a 12 noon to 8pm window..still doing the rotations. I'm stuck again with the 1 lb bounce...but of course, that's just how my body works.
I know maybe some people don't need the CO, but maybe I do..so I will see....there's so much information and that's a good thing..if I ever can reduce inflammation it will ease some pain, so for me, it is well worth the effort.
Hi Jaymar, I do the 8 hour window every day and love it. It helps to keep my eating restrained and the 16 hour fast fits perfectly in my life. I like 11 - 7. I use the coconut oil in my first coffee, but may try adding some to my tea at noon. I hope this works for you.
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Oh yes, Sunday, I am only on the second day of the window, and 11 to 7 will work really good for me..also, I'm making my first bone broth because I can't take the supplements like chondroiton etc...too hard on the tummy..but when I think about it, that broth is the perfect answer to me..getting all the same things that most of those supplements have and easier for the body to absorb..I just keep finding helpful things as I read those great things you put up for us ..it's a great help to me, and others on here too..thanks, again. Oh, and BTW, I do have a really wonderful family Dr...but he's young and doesn't know much at all about natural things to help me..I tell him about some things I do and he sometimes rolls his eyes, maybe when he is "all grown up" he will catch on that good health and pain relief doesn't always come from a drug..
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Well said! And I'd like to second the praise to Sunday for supplying such fantastic resource material. It's very much appreciated!




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All of this "window" talk has me intrigued. I could do 10 to 5 on my work days and 11 to 7 on the other days. Would that be too weird? I usually work the first three days of the week...
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Forgive me if this link is repetitive. This six month study contrasts Caloric Restriction vs IF. It looks to me as if the benefits from either method are very, very similar.

YAY!

http://www.genesisuk.org/downloads/p...f8b467ade3.pdf

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Thank you Kimmie. I thoroughly enjoy reading this research and anything else you happen to find.

ETA: I just read that this is one of Mattson's research trials.

"Our ancestors consumed food much less frequently and often had to subsist on one large meal per day, and thus from an evolutionary perspective, human beings were adapted to intermittent feeding rather than to grazing."
(Mattson, M.P., PhD, Lancet 2005; 365:1978-80)

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Here's something to check out on YouTube. No time to watch it yet, but it's bound to be good. I'm not going to post an actual link but it should be easy enough to find.


David Sinclair at TEDMED Discussing Resveratrol, Longevity, Endurance, and

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Information on Sirtuins and their benefits:

The Sirtuin family: therapeutic targets ... [Curr Opin Chem Biol. 2008] - PubMed - NCBI
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another interesting article.

Protein that boosts longevity may protect against diabetes - MIT News Office
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Thanks Kimmie.

I have bookmarked both of these and can't wait to have time to read. I really enjoy this stuff.
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Okay, now that is fascinating. The conclusion leads me to think that high-fat diets are not a good thing for older people and that JUDDD/Alternate calorie dieting that releases the Sirt 1 gene~ well a good idea. What did you think, Kimmie? Sunday?
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I do think that JUDDD/ADF is of primary importance. Additionally, there is a lot of evidence that higher healthy fats (coconut, evoo unheated, etc), moderate protein and carbs from healthy sources as UD basics are important also and enhance the benefits brought on with the Sirtuin activation that JUDDD affords.

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Kimmie ~ I must say this is real food for thought. I did JUDDD for an entire year, lost 40lbs (20 in the beginning and 20 toward the end). About that time my DD and family moved in with us for about 9 months, JUDDD became almost impossible to follow. I do remember how incredible I felt while following it and for some reason have not been able to get back on it. I'm doing a DD today, mostly challenging myself to do it. I agree completely, JUDDD is only as good as the foods eaten while fasting and while not fasting.

There have been some articles written regarding the length of JUDDD's fast being too long (essentially 36 hrs) , I don't know if I agree with that.
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For folks with hypo and hashi's the 36 hour tends to be too much. Or at least in my case, my doc suggested to IF daily for 16 and it has completely changed the way I feel. I found that I was cold all of the time, not just on DD, and still suffering w/ thyroid issues, losing hair, dry skin, etc. It seems that this also could have been that my cal numbers were too low, but I was trying to go with the Johnson's recommended number for my weight. I sleep so much better also, which could have been a sign that my circadian rhythm had been disrupted.

I think women may have more circadian disruption than men, because it seems that shift work really effects women much more than males.
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I think women may have more circadian disruption than men, because it seems that shift work really effects women much more than males.
This made me chuckle. I think the problem is that 'woman's work" carries on no matter what shift the women work. Men I think just work, eat and sleep in front of the television. Okay that's a bit general, but you know what I mean? Women never stop working. Job, kids, cooking, cleaning, carpool, laundry, shopping for food, taking kids to and from Dr's, Dentist, soccer etc. I'm not saying men don't work hard, just saying that many stop working at the front door of home.
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