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Old 08-31-2012, 04:10 AM   #1
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What is the most calories you consumed in an UD and lost?

Would be interested to know what are the most calories you have consumed in an UD and still lost weight?

I refuse to say how many I consumed on my UD yesterday. Only first week!
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Old 08-31-2012, 04:28 AM   #2
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Would be interested to know what are the most calories you have consumed in an UD and still lost weight?

I refuse to say how many I consumed on my UD yesterday. Only first week!
I am the queen of UUAD and although my weightloss has been slow (wonder why?), I have lost 32 pounds since January 8, 2012. I have gone over 3000 calories many UD's during this time period. BUT I have never gone over 500 on a DD and after induction I have kept DD's pretty much at 350 or below.

ONE high calorie UD isn't going to do much by the way. Just get back with the program. Easier said than done but since I had LC'ed for SO many years I had to work through the deprivation problem and eat everything I had denied myself for years. I am better now but yesterday on my UD I had homemade cajeta and have absolutely no idea how many calories are in that delicious concoction. It is only slow cooked forever goat milk and sugar. But oh so good.

I do not advocate anyone follow my footsteps in the JUDDD program but I did high UD's and lost so it can be done.
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Old 08-31-2012, 04:45 AM   #3
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Adillenal, thank you and well done you. You look wonderful! I wish I could say I stuck to 3000 calories yesterday.

This is only my third dd today and as with the other two I have done I am consuming under 300 calories in one evening meal. It will be interesting to see what happens on the scales tomorrow morning but will definitely try not be too despondent because after yesterday I will be prepared for bad news.

I will carry on and hopefully on my ud tomorrow I will be in greater control.
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Old 08-31-2012, 07:13 AM   #4
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I honestly have done this! Most UUAD happen when I don't pre-plan the day! I can easily go up to 2000 calories if I eat out as well. So, I take a few measures when I go out for dinner and plan a very small lunch so that even if my meal is 1600 calories, I can keep the total down.

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Old 08-31-2012, 07:39 AM   #5
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I think I win the award for highest UD calories on the board. (usually 4500 calorie UD's/500 calorie DD's) Everyone's different - I guess I just have a high metabolism. What can I say, I get hungry!

The highest UD I ever had was 6000 calories - I felt that was too much and wouldn't want to eat that much again. Sorry I hope I am not promoting gluttony here!
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I think I win the award for highest UD calories on the board. (usually 4500 calorie UD's/500 calorie DD's) Everyone's different - I guess I just have a high metabolism. What can I say, I get hungry!

The highest UD I ever had was 6000 calories - I felt that was too much and wouldn't want to eat that much again. Sorry I hope I am not promoting gluttony here!
I don't think I have gotten as high as 6000 although the time I ate 2500 additional calories in the form of ice cream would have been my highest day ever. I was kind of miserable too.

Love how JUDDD works with me.
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Old 08-31-2012, 10:21 AM   #7
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I love reading these wild numbers.

I am always pushing my UD numbers to get the widest spread possible. I want to be able to eat anything I want. And, as I am steadily maintaining within 2 - 5 lbs of my lowest weight, I guess I am succeeding.

Just keep on keeping on.
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Don't laugh... 1,950... while awake... but slept ate last night so can't say for sure, but biggest UD I've had in a while- lost a pound this morning... must be the JUDDD magic!

My numbers are about 1700 UD/ 350 DD, but both are usually under so the spread is the same.
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How can ya'll talk about this happily? Too-high calories on UDs make me feel so lousy. Digestive discomfort. Swollen fingers. Acid Reflux rears its ugly head. Sadness, sadness!

But to come closer to answering the question .... ... well, I've learned not to expect a loss if my UD calories hit 2,100 (mine are supposed to be 1,800 to 1,900). Does that help? Sorry, but anytime I've had an UUAD the whole problem was that I wasn't counting so I don't know much more than that. No doubt I've gone over 3,000 at times, probably 3,500, but then it's taken a couple rotations to get back where I needed to be.
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Old 09-01-2012, 09:26 AM   #11
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Definitely you shouldn't be eating so much that it makes you ill!

I've found for myself that the most important factor for weight loss is staying with the daily UD/DD rotation - when I do 2 (or more) UD's in a row, weight loss slows or stops.
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Old 09-02-2012, 06:40 PM   #12
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Avicenna, I think I am more susceptible to sodium's water retention than most, and I know I am more susceptible to acid reflux. So my experience is not the norm, I imagine! I was just amused to see cheerful discussion about high-calorie days. Only on the JUDDD boards!

WJS, how are you doing? I hope your progress is stellar!
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Old 09-03-2012, 12:33 AM   #13
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Thank you for the replies it is very interesting. Whitlin not so good.

This has only been my first week and yesterday my fourth DD. My problem has been controlling my binging behaviour on UD's. I have been on Dukan for a long time, I lost the weight about a year ago but struggled with consolidation so continued with the cruise phase but just maintained so was desperate to try something else when I found JUDDD. I need to lose another 10 pounds or so.

I didn't realise until Dukan that I have a real problem with binging and it did seem to keep it under control but it does appear to be all or nothing for me.
I had a mad UD on Saturday. I obviously haven't lost weight this week in fact it's up. I am going to try my best to have more control today, fingers crossed. Thank you for asking
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Old 09-03-2012, 01:32 AM   #14
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My highest UD with a loss? Like Whitlin, they all involved eating out. In fact they all involved eating out two or three times in the same day...with desserts. There have been - counting now - seven times I bounced way up after a many-many-thousand calorie UUAD. The next day I had a completely normal DD. And the next morning I was at a new low. Having a normal UD sealed the deal.

But, even better than the occasional UUAD is vacations. Starting six weeks into JUDDD, I have gone on foodie style vacations about every two months. Each meal I paid attention to how hungry I was but did not count calories. I returned from each vaycay three or four pounds up. Going back on the rotation was unexpectedly easy. And by the end of the third DD back I was at a new low.

JUDDD Magic takes while to build up in our systems (keep those DDs clean!). But when it arrives, it is wonderful.
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OH! And pay attention to what you are eating and how you react to it. Some of us really do have trigger foods. When we eat them, we keep feeling hungry and wanting more.

Until your body adjusts to JUDDD, it is best to avoid those trigger foods. Once the Magic sets in, you can try re-introducing them - one at a time - in small portions. Some triggers do seem to involve allergies or tolerances and are best avoided. But some trigger foods eventually become just another great nosh.

If you are binging on UD, I really encourage you to plan your UD eating and identify your triggers. In time you will probably be able to eat as much as you plan of whatever you want.

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Old 09-03-2012, 04:13 AM   #16
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OH! And pay attention to what you are eating and how you react to it. Some of us really do have trigger foods. When we eat them, we keep feeling hungry and wanting more.

Until your body adjusts to JUDDD, it is best to avoid those trigger foods. Once the Magic sets in, you can try re-introducing them - one at a time - in small portions. Some triggers do seem to involve allergies or tolerances and are best avoided. But some trigger foods eventually become just another great nosh.

If you are binging on UD, I really encourage you to plan your UD eating and identify your triggers. In time you will probably be able to eat as much as you plan of whatever you want.
Thank you so much for your reply and advice. I know you are right about triggers, I am finding it very difficult at the moment. I am a binger but perhaps denying myself for so long has made it even worse. It seems at the moment once I start I can't stop! I really will start trying harder and hopefully I will begin to see a change, I really want to be able stay on JUDDD if possible. Thank you again.
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Old 09-03-2012, 12:20 PM   #17
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I think in the beginning, its really more important to practice the UP Down rotations of JUDDD than to worry as much about calorie counts. I have have some doozy UD's and some not amazing DD's but I have only broken the rotation once and JUDDD has forgiven me for all of it. In the beginning, I would eat frosting from the can as soon as an UD morning would come around now I can have junk food sitting in my cabinet for a month or more and not touch it. I have learned that I don't have to binge because I can have it if I want it. Its a truly freeing way to eat and I think you will get there with time.
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