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Old 11-19-2012, 11:07 PM   #121
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Rayne!! I think you're gonna like it here!

Mark, thank you for chiming in! I hope I can get my DH to read your post! What an awesome loss in 4 months!
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Old 11-20-2012, 03:10 AM   #122
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Old 11-20-2012, 04:38 AM   #123
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I began JUDDD on July 16th, not at all skeptical, because I've heard about it for longer through a very close friend (Kari). I started out at 285, and on my 50th birthday, I logged my 50th pound lost (Nov 16). Strange, I know... didn't (couldn't) plan it that way

Obviously, I thanked Kari for both her guidance and support. However, I need to thank each and every one of you, as well. I've heard each of your names (many times over) and tales of your wonderful successes. Each of you (true heroes) have been a source of knowledge and inspiration to Kari (who is also doing fantastic) which has then been passed onto me.

Kari and I are both still on our way to even more success (my doctor is even talking about reducing / eliminating meds... yeah!). Know this, though... our hearts are with each and everyone of you, as well, for your continued successes. Thanks for your inspiration.

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Let me strive, every moment of my life, to make myself better and better, to the best of my ability, that all may profit by it.
No, Thank You, for taking time to join in here to share your and Kari's success. I am thrilled that you have done so well and that your GP is thinking of taking you off your meds. Love, love, love JUDDD.

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Glad you chicken wasn't ruined Rayne, in my youth I caused a few good kitchen fires...
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Old 11-20-2012, 05:30 AM   #124
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Morning all!

Mark, what an INCREDIBLE success you've had losing so much weight so quickly...and for your birthday! So happy for you!!!
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Old 11-20-2012, 05:33 AM   #125
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Mark! Awesome loss and what an inspiration you are for others just coming to JUDDD! Thank you for sharing your story, and WTG on the medication issue!
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Old 11-20-2012, 05:37 AM   #126
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Old 11-20-2012, 10:41 AM   #127
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Welcome All Newbies. You've been doing brilliantly!
I wish you an enjoyable and successful JUDDD journey.
The love and support here is amazing.
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Old 11-20-2012, 02:35 PM   #128
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Old 11-20-2012, 04:32 PM   #129
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Hello and welcome to Mark and Rayne. I am a newbie too, and today marks one week for me. I hope both of you continue to post regularly, and congrats to you Mark and your (wife?) on your astounding success!! What a way to celebrate your 50th!!!
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Old 11-20-2012, 06:29 PM   #130
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I wish you an enjoyable and successful JUDDD journey.
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Hello and welcome to Mark and Rayne. I am a newbie too, and today marks one week for me. I hope both of you continue to post regularly, and congrats to you Mark and your (wife?) on your astounding success!! What a way to celebrate your 50th!!!
Ty! And nice to meet all of you.

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Glad you chicken wasn't ruined Rayne, in my youth I caused a few good kitchen fires...
Yep, same here. The first time I caused an oven fire, I couldn't remember what to use, so I threw an enormous handful of FLOUR on it to put it out. Took me several weeks of cleaning to get it all out of there.

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Old 11-20-2012, 06:53 PM   #131
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Mark Your success gives me such hope for my DH and that it IS possible for him to lose with JUDDD. Thanks for sharing your story and I do hope you'll continue to post with us. You are amazing!
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Old 11-21-2012, 01:33 AM   #132
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to each and every new JUDDD BUDD!

I don't post as often so I know I have missed some of you great people! The very best of luck to all and continued success.

I found JUDDD well over a year ago, couldn't believe how doable it was, how supportative, loving, compassionate,and even funny everyone was (and that has never changed!), lost my weight, and am very happily maintaining for about 7 months now!!

As many have said, "You are gonna love it here."

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Old 11-21-2012, 07:57 AM   #133
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Hi Mark and Rayne...

I'm on my 3rd week and was wondering if anyone gets a burst of
energy on their DD? I don't mind the energy, but it seems to hit around
bed time. I usually exercise 20-30 every morning and the same around 7:00pm. Maybe
I'm exercising too late? I thought maybe the energy was in my head because I'm happy
that I had control over food that day and was excited about it. It's strange that I can get up at 4:30 every morning and can do without food until later in the afternoon.
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Old 11-21-2012, 08:02 AM   #134
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KTOWN, the burst of DD energy does seem to happen often. Mine has been subtle, more like continued stamina when I would have pooped out before kind of thing. But some other here do have noticable bursts of energy and much accomplishment on DDs. Congratulations on the control, and the energy. Now just to get it shifted to during the day when you can use it, and not right before bed!
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Old 11-21-2012, 08:16 AM   #135
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Hi Mark and Rayne...

I'm on my 3rd week and was wondering if anyone gets a burst of
energy on their DD? I don't mind the energy, but it seems to hit around
bed time. I usually exercise 20-30 every morning and the same around 7:00pm. Maybe
I'm exercising too late? I thought maybe the energy was in my head because I'm happy
that I had control over food that day and was excited about it. It's strange that I can get up at 4:30 every morning and can do without food until later in the afternoon.
I can't sleep if I exercise in the evening. I think, for me at least, it revs me up too much. I'm also the kind of person who can't shower at night for the same reason. Maybe try doing a longer workout in the morning and don't workout in the evening for a week and see how it goes.
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Old 11-21-2012, 10:01 AM   #136
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I'm too new at this to really know much of anything...however, I did have a really difficult time falling asleep my last down day. I also woke up in the middle of the night and had a hard time falling back asleep. Very unusual for me, too!
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Old 11-21-2012, 03:02 PM   #137
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I get a surge of wonderful energy mid day through early evening on DDs. For me this is one of the best parts of JUDDD. I plan to continue at least 2 very low DDs (under 200 cal.) even in maintenance since I adore the energy and it decreases with higher DDs. My sleep is all over the place but better overall on JUDDD. On DDs I would fast completely, but need a bed time snack to enable me to sleep.
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Old 11-22-2012, 05:23 AM   #138
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Hello everyone! I'm very new to the JUDDD fun, just on my second DD today.

I am 5ft 5" 25 years old from the UK and 128lb currently. I started at 145 about a year and a half ago (thats right it has taken flippin ages for this moderate success) by calorie restriction only, no plan followed, just reduced calories. My exercise is intermittant because of persistant plantar fasciitus issues.

Anyway, the past 4 months I have basically maintained the same weight because I have been finding straight forward calorie restrictiong SO HARD to stick to. I do well for 4 days, feel the deprivation kick in and do badly, ending up right back where I started (literally cycling up and down the same 3-4 lb) Anyhoo, I'm determined to get down to my goal weight and I'm tired of the consistent deprivation. I dont want to feel like this is how I have to eat every day ad infidem.

I had heard about intermittant fasting through a Horizon BBC documentary and had done some research but it was mainly in the leangains area which seemed to be full fast, plus mandatory lifting heavy weights. I read about JUDDD by accident on another forum (where I track my calories) - was pretty convinced I could drastically reduce my calories on specific days if the promise of guilt and restriction free days were only 1 day away. I started on a DD on Tuesday this week, eating regular food (because I feel perfectly capable of reducing calories with real food - I weigh log everything anyway)

First day was wierd, it was like an out of body experience, felt very out of it, very light headed and headachey - also EXTREMELY GRUMPY at the end of the day when I ended up in tears because I found out a new housing development we are thinking of buying on is really too near a train line (hahahah - seriously). UP Day yesterday was great, I felt full for the first time in a long time although I know the gremlin sitting on my shoulder saying, 'you cant eat this much and lose weight your eating too much ' played its part. I did my best to drown it out with wine with a friend.

2nd DD today is much better, felt fine, I knew I was empty but not bothered, just eating something now for my lunch at work and think I should get through the rest ok. Very weird calm feeling.

Anyway, sorry to bore on, just wanted to say Hi, im going to stay around for tips and advice because I imagine it can be a difficult adjustment process. So far so good though!
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Old 11-22-2012, 05:47 AM   #139
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Hello everyone! I'm very new to the JUDDD fun, just on my second DD today.

I am 5ft 5" 25 years old from the UK and 128lb currently. I started at 145 about a year and a half ago (thats right it has taken flippin ages for this moderate success) by calorie restriction only, no plan followed, just reduced calories. My exercise is intermittant because of persistant plantar fasciitus issues.

Anyway, the past 4 months I have basically maintained the same weight because I have been finding straight forward calorie restrictiong SO HARD to stick to. I do well for 4 days, feel the deprivation kick in and do badly, ending up right back where I started (literally cycling up and down the same 3-4 lb) Anyhoo, I'm determined to get down to my goal weight and I'm tired of the consistent deprivation. I dont want to feel like this is how I have to eat every day ad infidem.

I had heard about intermittant fasting through a Horizon BBC documentary and had done some research but it was mainly in the leangains area which seemed to be full fast, plus mandatory lifting heavy weights. I read about JUDDD by accident on another forum (where I track my calories) - was pretty convinced I could drastically reduce my calories on specific days if the promise of guilt and restriction free days were only 1 day away. I started on a DD on Tuesday this week, eating regular food (because I feel perfectly capable of reducing calories with real food - I weigh log everything anyway)

First day was wierd, it was like an out of body experience, felt very out of it, very light headed and headachey - also EXTREMELY GRUMPY at the end of the day when I ended up in tears because I found out a new housing development we are thinking of buying on is really too near a train line (hahahah - seriously). UP Day yesterday was great, I felt full for the first time in a long time although I know the gremlin sitting on my shoulder saying, 'you cant eat this much and lose weight your eating too much ' played its part. I did my best to drown it out with wine with a friend.

2nd DD today is much better, felt fine, I knew I was empty but not bothered, just eating something now for my lunch at work and think I should get through the rest ok. Very weird calm feeling.

Anyway, sorry to bore on, just wanted to say Hi, im going to stay around for tips and advice because I imagine it can be a difficult adjustment process. So far so good though!


This is an awesome forum! You're gonna LOVE this WOE...I'm on my 2nd UD, and I love it already
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Old 11-22-2012, 06:04 AM   #140
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Marianne! I hope you love JUDDD and post here often.
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Old 11-22-2012, 10:31 AM   #141
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fellow Britisher.

I really hope you enjoy this wonderful way of eating along with its great health benefits.

You don't mention your goal but you are already slim so don't necessarily expect very quick losses.

Do post here often and ask questions. There is a great November Newbie thread which I am sure you will love.
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Thanks all... It's really great to have the support. I'm about to cook my own DD chili con carne with cauliflower rice for 300 cals but to be honest today has been a breeze which is odd. I think it has been a state of mind today - ie I know I can't eat so my body has left me alone - I'm sure that will not be the way they always are! X
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Oh and I meant to say my goal is 120 - mainly vanity but I do have a small bone structure as so 128 on me leaves plenty to spare! X
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Hello everyone! I'm very new to the JUDDD fun, just on my second DD today.

I am 5ft 5" 25 years old from the UK and 128lb currently. I started at 145 about a year and a half ago (thats right it has taken flippin ages for this moderate success) by calorie restriction only, no plan followed, just reduced calories. My exercise is intermittant because of persistant plantar fasciitus issues.

Anyway, the past 4 months I have basically maintained the same weight because I have been finding straight forward calorie restrictiong SO HARD to stick to. I do well for 4 days, feel the deprivation kick in and do badly, ending up right back where I started (literally cycling up and down the same 3-4 lb) Anyhoo, I'm determined to get down to my goal weight and I'm tired of the consistent deprivation. I dont want to feel like this is how I have to eat every day ad infidem.

I had heard about intermittant fasting through a Horizon BBC documentary and had done some research but it was mainly in the leangains area which seemed to be full fast, plus mandatory lifting heavy weights. I read about JUDDD by accident on another forum (where I track my calories) - was pretty convinced I could drastically reduce my calories on specific days if the promise of guilt and restriction free days were only 1 day away. I started on a DD on Tuesday this week, eating regular food (because I feel perfectly capable of reducing calories with real food - I weigh log everything anyway)

First day was wierd, it was like an out of body experience, felt very out of it, very light headed and headachey - also EXTREMELY GRUMPY at the end of the day when I ended up in tears because I found out a new housing development we are thinking of buying on is really too near a train line (hahahah - seriously). UP Day yesterday was great, I felt full for the first time in a long time although I know the gremlin sitting on my shoulder saying, 'you cant eat this much and lose weight your eating too much ' played its part. I did my best to drown it out with wine with a friend.

2nd DD today is much better, felt fine, I knew I was empty but not bothered, just eating something now for my lunch at work and think I should get through the rest ok. Very weird calm feeling.

Anyway, sorry to bore on, just wanted to say Hi, im going to stay around for tips and advice because I imagine it can be a difficult adjustment process. So far so good though!
Welcome! The first couple DDs were rough for me, but now that I've got a few done and figured out that small portions every 1-2 hours worked best for me, it's going great now I actually look forward to DDs now!

Spend some time just browsing through all the JUDDD threads-there's so much information and encouragement here!
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Hi, I'm Jan. I've been reading a LOT here and can hardly believe I'm joining the JUDDD club! Considering fasting always seemed like something that might bring temporary success, but nothing you could keep up on a regular basis to produce significant pounds lost.

Well, I'm thinking I am wrong! Learning about juddd and alternate fasting has really interested me and learning of all the health benefits have convinced me that this is something I should give a real chance.

I've lost 70 lbs mostly over 2 years. very slow. but going from 330 to 260 is a miracle for me. I've LC'd on and off for about 10 years with relative success. I found it much easier to count carbs than calories. And in the beginning eating as much as I wanted of LC foods (within reason) kept me going.

Right now I'm stalled and struggling with losing more. My body is adjusting to being (well under) 300 for the first time in a long time and just fights me to let go of each pound.

So, today is my first DD. Yesterday for Thanksgiving we went to a nice buffet and had an afternoon dinner. It was very good, especially since I knew I would be starting JUDDD today. I ate what I wanted, but didn't overdo it.

Its almost noon and so far I've had a homemade LC mocha with hc and CO and 2 bites of a banana. I figure cals at 160.

I've read some of Dr Johnson's sight and calculated my UD/DD calories.
2200 UD 450 DD.

One big reason I think this will work for me as knowing I can eat "Normal" the next day. Eating 2200 cals sounds like a heckuva lot!

So far I'm doing well and feeling satisfied. I have cucumber and celery and baked chicken I'll divide up over the rest of the day. I drink lots of water and will have some green tea later also.

I am pretty psyched about this whole process and very happy to have found this great bunch of people who are full of so much information and support!

Happy Friday to all and I wish you much success!
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Old 11-23-2012, 12:14 PM   #148
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Jaylin.

You are off and running already and I can see you have done your homework!

We look forward to see you around the JUDDD board, do jump in and ask any questions.

You will love JUDDD I am sure.
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Old 11-23-2012, 01:25 PM   #149
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