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Old 08-23-2012, 10:56 AM   #1
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How have your "natural" food inclinations progressed?

Been browsing threads this morning and quite a few times I noticed people stating that their eating habits changed naturally as SIRT-1 activated. This makes me so happy and hopeful for everyone Grateful we get to share and encourage each other in better eating since IF isn't a "diet" but simply a daily limit tailored by you for you. Feeling food empowered. We didn't end up here by not loving food.
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Eating healthful real foods, especially adding lots of fresh produce.
Naturally moderate or lower carb.
Increased creativity in preparing meals.
Fear of "fasting" disappears.
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Discovering more natural supplements that heal and assist the fat loss process and moving away from chemical meds/supps/additives.
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No longer craving processed junk food, eliminating artificial and refined products.
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Old 08-23-2012, 11:21 AM   #2
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I'll admit it. When I started with JUDDD, I was craving all kinds of beautiful healthy foods. Lately, my calories have been more junkie, like KFC. I don't think a vegetable passed my lips for the past three days. I'm hoping this is not a trend and that it's simply that the past week has been so wild and chaotic.
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^^ you can do it for you steph, this is the season for fresh lovely things. how long has it taken you to get to this point?
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^^ you can do it for you steph, this is the season for fresh lovely things. how long has it taken you to get to this point?
To the point of eating junk food?

My early JUDDD days were filled with fruit and veggies and lovely whole dairy products, etc. But that's also when I had a working stove--mine is currently disconnected for the renovations. And it's hard to get into the fridge at the moment too--and I'm not going to get to the store to get fresh groceries for a few days. So I suspect it's just the chaos. But maybe I can find an apple ;P

The good thing about JUDDD is that even if you do go away from good clean eating, it's not the end of the world, and tomorrow is a new day.
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To the point of eating junk food?
You're a nut!
I meant to the point of having lost some weight and kept it off. Having chaos in the kitchen is no bueno. Eat your apple.
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I still eat a lot of processed stuff, but I choose chili and turkey burgers over cheeseburgers and fries. I have also started eating more fruit, vegetables, and grilling a lot more at home. I also just joined a CSA and will be getting my first crate of fresh produce next Tuesday. I'm making good strides toward healthful eating, but not going crazy over it!
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I have eaten more veggies and fruit since starting JUDDD. Now, I also have the chips and chocolate, but I had that before too. Honestly there isn't a day that I don't have multiple servings of veggies, UP or DOWN day. Fruit, I eat more too. I used to NEVER eat fruit!
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I eat far more fruit and veg now I am on juddd (as do my children). They started creeping their way into my diet on down days because of the big amount you can eat for few calories. Now though I eat lots on up days too. I am loving salads at the moment- they just have a few more extras like olives or cheese on up days!
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Eating far more vegetable matter.
Truthfully, still hugely attracted to junky sugar-salt-fat, moreso when stressed. Still better off keeping it out of the house.
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Steph, when I first began JUDDD I sort of went cray-cray! Tried to add quite a bit of fast food on UD (PizzaHut, Whataburger, Taco Bueno) and some other fun things like cake and icecream. I noticed that my bounces were unreal! Plus I was just spinning my wheels.

After struggling this way for a month or so, I decided to keep JUDDDing, but go back to my tried and true WOE and left out all processed and fast food. No more 3+ bounces. I also feel so much better.

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Not me. I will choose ice cream over a veggie any day. I still haven't reached the point whwere I "crave" or choose veggie over salsa and chips or ice cream. I don't eat much else that is processed but I haven't given up my goodies for veggies. And I DO like veggies.
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I eat everything. I enjoy loads of veggies, more fruit than I've eaten in years, but I also eat sugar and wheat and battered fish and fries and ........... well there you have it.

But of course I eat these things occasionally and because it is possible without me turning into a wild woman.

The fruits and vegetables are wonderful, and I love, love, love not having to count the carbs in a tomato. I do believe I make better choices now, but I am no saint.
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Not me. I will choose ice cream over a veggie any day. I still haven't reached the point whwere I "crave" or choose veggie over salsa and chips or ice cream. I don't eat much else that is processed but I haven't given up my goodies for veggies. And I DO like veggies.


When I get to my goal weight or even within 10 lbs, I will definitely be adding some ice cream and pie once or twice per week as well.
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I have definately added in more fruits and vegetables, there was never an apple and rareley a cucumber in this house, and when it comes to junk food.....Hello, my name is Erika, and I am an icecream addict I can't give it up, at least not during the summer and I have a cup just about every UD
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It's a mix for me. I eat a lot of veggies and fruit because I like them but I am enjoying the carb and sugar freedom. I have found my DDs are much smoother and more comfortable if I eat nutritious food the day before so I pay attention to my junk to food ratio.
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Today and my last UD have included loads of junk - Reese's, tortilla chips, dip, pasta. I don't want this to continue. And it's particularly worse after a DD, like yesterday, when I was really really hungry all day.

If it continues, I'm not going to continue on JUDDD. Because it's very unusual for me.

I am scared!
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Today and my last UD have included loads of junk - Reese's, tortilla chips, dip, pasta. I don't want this to continue. And it's particularly worse after a DD, like yesterday, when I was really really hungry all day.

If it continues, I'm not going to continue on JUDDD. Because it's very unusual for me.

I am scared!
There are foods will give you much better nourishment than candy or chips or pasta, but they are just foods, IMO. There are better choices, but I don't believe they're poison to you unless you're a diabetic getting sugar spikes?
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Stephdray, you know that I know that there are better foods, right? Just checking.

I am not diabetic. In fact, I just had ahhhhmazing bloodwork results. Triglycerides way down (that was okay to begin with), good cholesterol up, bad way down (that one needed a bit of attention), INFLAMATION down (didn't even know she was checking that - newly impressed with my doc). All just incredible.

Maybe that's why I went nuts. Oh, yeah, I ate lots of nuts, too.

I don't know, but I don't like it. It has to stop. I hope it's not a side effect of JUDDD, psychological or otherwise.

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I'm all for healthy eating. It's a good thing. However, if you don't have a health or other concern that makes avoiding certain foods necessary, and you're eating a variety of foods, I think a little "junk food" is OK and for some of us, the amazing concept of no forbidden foods can go a long, long way toward preventing diet fatigue. Diet fatigue is what always has eventually derailed my very healthy, unprocessed low carb diets in the past. At only six weeks in, I'm not a veteran JUDDDer to be able to know for sure that JUDDD is different, but it feels different. I really think that I can keep going long enough to lose the not insubstantial amount of weight I need to lose to be in the healthy range and join the amazing and wonderful group of maintainers on this site. Depending on your goals, the longevity factor might be even more important than eating the most pristinely healthy diet. Not that I'm knocking healthy, mind you! It's just that the no deprivation thing is important too in my view.
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Stephdray, you know that I know that there are better foods, right? Just checking.
Of course. I was just trying to grant your point that junk food is a concern b/c there are better choices, but soothe you with the counterpoint that just because something isn't the best choice doesn't mean you need to be scared!

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I am not diabetic. In fact, I just had ahhhhmazing bloodwork results. Triglycerides way down (that was okay to begin with), good cholesterol up, bad way down (that one needed a bit of attention), INFLAMATION down (didn't even know she was checking that - newly impressed with my doc). All just incredible.
Awesome! Then I would say you've got no business at all to stop JUDDD b/c of a peanut butter cup and a tortilla chip :P
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You know, if you stop JUDDDing to control eating foods you know are not ideal for every (other) day life. It might be just as well to use the same willpower not to eat them while continuing to JUDDD...

It is all in the mind, darn it!

Your blood work is wonderful. Well done.
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[QUOTE=lowcarbchris;15894638]I'm all for healthy eating. It's a good thing. However, if you don't have a health or other concern that makes avoiding certain foods necessary, and you're eating a variety of foods, I think a little "junk food" is OK and for some of us, the amazing concept of no forbidden foods can go a long, long way toward preventing diet fatigue. Diet fatigue is what always has eventually derailed my very healthy, unprocessed low carb diets in the past. At only six weeks in, I'm not a veteran JUDDDer to be able to know for sure that JUDDD is different, but it feels different. I really think that I can keep going long enough to lose the not insubstantial amount of weight I need to lose to be in the healthy range and join the amazing and wonderful group of maintainers on this site. Depending on your goals, the longevity factor might be even more important than eating the most pristinely healthy diet. Not that I'm knocking healthy, mind you! It's just that the no deprivation thing is important too in my view.[/QUOTE]

I certainly agree with . Plus there is not "cheat" as we know it from LC days. I can mess up and I am fine after a DD or so. But the deprivation issue is what finally got to me trying to live my life LCLF.
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To the point of eating junk food?
I'm in this camp too

As an adult I rarely touched 'junk food' or anything with food additivies and for many years was very fanatical about avoiding sugar (as well as exercising). I guess you can say I was a healthy overweight person!

Since starting JUDDD I've become a bit more lax (especially about sugar) but not really too much, I don't really consider anything that doesn't directly grow from the ground or come from an animal to be 'food'.

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I make it a habit to always have 1 veggie with my dinner. I also eat at least one fruit a day. I have found that I feel much better staying away from the junk foods like cakes, chocolates. I was feeling very bloated and my face was swollen when I go crazy.. dont get me wrong I love pizza, chinese you name it! But the uncomfortable feeling afterwards of piggy out is bad. I still include junk food but in small amounts and I don't feel so uncomfortable. Yesterday I had a cup of baked pasta, sauted green beans and side of salad. then strawberry popsicle. The old me would have had 3-4 cups of pasta, skipped the veggies and a little salad. then for desert ice cream sundae and chocolates!

I am also proud of myself. I was going to have a WW meal but I had made the baked pasta dish. Instead of feeling deprived I decided to skip the ww meal and have a tiny portion of the pasta that almost equaled my ww cals. I can't believe I was able to control my portion and stop at about 1 cup!! woo hoo!! this is really a growth for me!

This moderation thing is really awesome. My husband offered to eat out tonight but I am on such a good place right now I dont want anything derailing me so I declined. normally I would be jumping up and down that we are getting take out. Love the fact that I am taking control of my love of food! I have always heard about moderation but I never thought it would ever happen. Hopefully I continue to stay focused and dont get off the wagon. I need to make it to my destination!
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Awesome! Then I would say you've got no business at all to stop JUDDD b/c of a peanut butter cup and a tortilla chip :P
Well, to be fair, the bloodwork was before I succumbed to these cravings. I'm generally a healthy eater with just an occasional, small indulgence. I actually wonder if it isn't a "JUDDD-works!" phase/reaction. Like, we see it works, so we convince ourselves it's just the calories, not the food, that's important, and then when the cravings hit, our guard is down. We think we can eat like we're fifteen again.

Whatever it was, it needs to be over now. Or I don't trust that my next bloodwork will be good!

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You know, if you stop JUDDDing to control eating foods you know are not ideal for every (other) day life. It might be just as well to use the same willpower not to eat them while continuing to JUDDD...

It is all in the mind, darn it!

Your blood work is wonderful. Well done.
True dat. Although I have resisted junk for months until now on other WOE's. At least in the amounts that are now making me so mad at myself. Something about JUDDD made me "feel free" enough to indulge. For now I'm going to register the feelings that came with it, and try to not to let it happen again.
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Fear of "fasting" disappears.

How long does it usually take for people to lose the fear of fasting mindset? I would love to get to that point.

I still wake with a bit of dread on DD mornings, even though the days rarely turn out as difficult as I imagine them to be.


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How long does it usually take for people to lose the fear of fasting mindset? I would love to get to that point.

I still wake with a bit of dread on DD mornings, even though the days rarely turn out as difficult as I imagine them to be.


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Love the variety of answers here.
Maria, it took me about 4-6 weeks to get over dreading DDs. This has just gotten better and better, so that even if I wake up hungry on a DD, I know it'll be fine.
These days, I feel a bit anxious about UDs, which are tougher for me.

I feel as though I have a thousand things to learn doing this, so one month I learn about DDs, another month I learn about chips and chocolate, another month I learn about what happens on vacation.
It's like I'm confronting every single food/body demon I've ever known.
My guess is that this may go on for a long, long time, but so what?

I spent decades having a lousy relationship with food. Why would that not take a bit of repair time?
Patience wins here. That's what the JUDDD vets teach me. SO glad they're here.
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