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Old 02-27-2014, 04:40 AM   #1981
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Just a question on exercise. I have been, since I've started 2/3/14 not doing the exercise, seems I can't start 2 new things at the same time. Examples, new job, diet, and exercise. So I started a new job in Nov2013, now I have started new diet 2/3/14. Since I feel I'm in the grove of the diet I now want to add exercise. I did this on 2/22/14 and Monday I say a good weight loss. On my DD I tend to take it easy with no exercise, and I walk on the UD. Does anyone else not exercise on DD but exercise on UD? Thanks for all the great tips/help!

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Me - it's why I've done 4:3 since induction. I had a couple of frightening experiences cycling home when I completely tanked on a DD.

Other people seem to do fine with exercising first thing on a DD and feel it enhances their fat-burning. Others find it unleashes their appetite so leave it until later in the day - but then feel their performance intensity is less.

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I am also thinking of exercising only on UD. Swimming is my mode of choice. I would like to ask, how long before you start to see results and what I should expect (hope) to achieve on a weekly basis. I would like to lose about 28lbs. That amount will hopefully make me feel better in my own skin. Really do not want to be skinny just a healthy weight and sixe
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I didn't exercise at all for quite awhile after starting JUDDD, but I was quite heavy and was losing well without it. Now I exercise whatever day I want to - UD or DD - and it doesn't seem to make any difference. By that I mean I have as much energy on either day and don't feel overly hungry after exercising on either day.
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My story is similar to others I've read on the board. My first dd was Feb. 5 and at two and a half weeks I was down 6 pounds. I try to only weigh once a week or so since my weight really fluctuates. I am autoimmune hypothyroid so sometimes if my meds are off a little ~ water weight is a major issue. I have a science background so I was really interested in the SIRT1 info from Dr. Johnson's book. There are quite a few recent journal articles in PubMed concerning this gene and/or protein. The benefits of the SIRT1 response alone are worth the hunger on the dds.
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I would like to ask, how long before you start to see results and what I should expect (hope) to achieve on a weekly basis. I would like to lose about 28lbs.
We don't know your height or starting weight so it makes it tricky to give even a ballpark estimation. That said, rate of weight loss varies with metabolism (metabolic disorders; extensive history of weight loss and regain); hormonal status (regular menstruation v. perimenopause, menopause or post menopause); and what else is happening for you (stress levels, regular/adequate sleep).

Some of our maintainers didn't lose anything at all during induction, but, after it, they lost slowly down to their target weight (Adi comes to mind). Maintainers such as Dawn/KeirasMom and Carly had a good, regular, progression in their weight loss (with some bounces and maintenance breaks) and lost 100lbs or more in approx. 1 year to 15months (iirc).

I plateau very easily (for various reasons including what may be an abnormally low lean body mass): I shed 27lbs in 6 months but I had a maintenance break for about 6 weeks which didn't end because during that time I lost the remainder of the weight and ended up at maintenance.

So, overall, experience and time will give better indicators of how you might fare in the rate of weight loss. If you look in the Daily or Alternate Day Weigh-In threads you may have an idea of how other are getting along and see what is happening with those who are in WLM or those of us who are maintaining (me, Kissa/Cindy, Dawn/KeirasMom, Carly, Flutter, FlossyLiz and probably more).
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My first dd was Feb. 5 and at two and a half weeks I was down 6 pounds...I have a science background so I was really interested in the SIRT1 info from Dr. Johnson's book. There are quite a few recent journal articles in PubMed concerning this gene and/or protein. The benefits of the SIRT1 response alone are worth the hunger on the dds.
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I'm pleased to read that you've had such a positive experience of JUDDD since Feb 5. KUTGW

It will be fascinating to see how further research on SIRT1 plays out. Whatever it is, we've had several JUDDD Buddds report improvements in auto-immune conditions since adopting ADF/JUDDD. It would be so good to see you listed among them.
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There are quite a few recent journal articles in PubMed concerning this gene and/or protein. The benefits of the SIRT1 response alone are worth the hunger on the dds.
Hello and

I love to read the latest research on dieting. Thanks for the info!
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By that I mean I have as much energy on either day and don't feel overly hungry after exercising on either day.
Thanks LoCarbGal and others for your advice,
I do tend to get overly hungry after exercising, so I exercise after dinner. I don't really feel that I am too pumped up if I exercise just before bedtime, but I typically don't choose that time anyway. I like to workout around 6:30-7pm. If I am on a UD and its the weekend, I prefer early morning walking on the beach in the summer before the crowds arrive.
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Hi Slowsure....thanks for taking the time.

Age is 57 but feel like 40 and act like 30
Height is 5 ft 5 and a half inches (that half inch is really important)
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Lifestyle...Sedentary with just walking for exercise.

When I put my numbers in JUDDS calculator it comes out as
1,343 Up Day
269 Down Day

I think I did post on the other thread that my down day was 249, but I just put my glasses on and it actually says 269 lol.
So do you think that is about right
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Hi Slowsure....thanks for taking the time.

Age is 57 but feel like 40 and act like 30
Height is 5 ft 5 and a half inches (that half inch is really important)
Weight 162
Lifestyle...Sedentary with just walking for exercise.

When I put my numbers in JUDDS calculator it comes out as
1,343 Up Day
269 Down Day

I think I did post on the other thread that my down day was 249, but I just put my glasses on and it actually says 269 lol.
So do you think that is about right


I entered your stats and came up with 1678/336.

Make sure you are clicking on the inches and pounds radio button if that is what your entering for your height/weight.
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Age is 57 but feel like 40 and act like 30
Height is 5 ft 5 and a half inches (that half inch is really important)
Weight 162
Lifestyle...Sedentary with just walking for exercise.

When I put my numbers in JUDDS calculator it comes out as
1,343 Up Day
269 Down Day
Stick with the 500kcals DD while you're easing into it but I get:
UD: 1681
DD: 336

which is in line with what I'd expect. I selected the 20% WLM (which is what most of us use) and Little or No Exercise.

ETA: Ah, Mike posted while I was replying and I see that we agree

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You are awesome....thank you so much, it doesn't seem quite so bad now lol, I will write it down in my book so I remember....I have just stocked my fridge up with low cal things I can eat and found the chicken cubes low sodium to drink, weight watchers crackers with laughing cow cheese etc etc, I am going to give it my all, so thanks Mike and Slowsure for your help.....
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Just a question on exercise. I have been, since I've started 2/3/14 not doing the exercise, seems I can't start 2 new things at the same time. Examples, new job, diet, and exercise. So I started a new job in Nov2013, now I have started new diet 2/3/14. Since I feel I'm in the grove of the diet I now want to add exercise. I did this on 2/22/14 and Monday I say a good weight loss. On my DD I tend to take it easy with no exercise, and I walk on the UD. Does anyone else not exercise on DD but exercise on UD? Thanks for all the great tips/help!

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I exercise on either day- usually at 6:30pm on week days and around 2pm on weekends. I don't have an energy issue on DD and I find exercise to be an appetite suppressant.

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I am also thinking of exercising only on UD. Swimming is my mode of choice. I would like to ask, how long before you start to see results and what I should expect (hope) to achieve on a weekly basis. I would like to lose about 28lbs. That amount will hopefully make me feel better in my own skin. Really do not want to be skinny just a healthy weight and sixe
I saw results right away, but I was very overweight. I had steady losses right up to goal. Everyone is very different however.

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My story is similar to others I've read on the board. My first dd was Feb. 5 and at two and a half weeks I was down 6 pounds. I try to only weigh once a week or so since my weight really fluctuates. I am autoimmune hypothyroid so sometimes if my meds are off a little ~ water weight is a major issue. I have a science background so I was really interested in the SIRT1 info from Dr. Johnson's book. There are quite a few recent journal articles in PubMed concerning this gene and/or protein. The benefits of the SIRT1 response alone are worth the hunger on the dds.
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I can't wait for more science about SIRTs.

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You are awesome....thank you so much, it doesn't seem quite so bad now lol, I will write it down in my book so I remember....I have just stocked my fridge up with low cal things I can eat and found the chicken cubes low sodium to drink, weight watchers crackers with laughing cow cheese etc etc, I am going to give it my all, so thanks Mike and Slowsure for your help.....
!!!!!! I hope you will love juddding.
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Hi everyone! I am new to JUDDD. I have been doing hcg and have lost about 50 lbs. but I really need a break. I have done some intermittent fasting during the time between my hcg rounds and I'm ready to give it a try full-time. Today is my first DD and I am trying to stay around my 360 calories suggested by Dr J's site. We were in the car for 3 hours yesterday and I spent the whole time reading threads from this board - thanks for all the great information!
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Hi everyone!...I have been doing hcg and have lost about 50 lbs. but I really need a break....Today is my first DD and I am trying to stay around my 360 calories suggested by Dr J's site
KimKS and to JUDDD.

I was originally going to say, "Remember that can have 500kcals on their induction DDs if they want them" but realise that you've just come from HCG so 500kcals is your standard day

I hope that you motor through your first DD and soon establish whether you and the JUDDD WOE are compatible. Any questions, do speak up.
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My first down day was great, I enjoyed not eating much....but honestly yesterday my second down day it drove me nutty, in the end I went for a two hour walk, I was obsessing over food continually, it was all I could think of, I have a feeling it was because I ate at 10.30am so started off the hunger pains a bit to early, I did find the only thing that really helped in the end was chicken broth for some reason, even my weight watchers frozen dinner didn't help much....I am not looking forward to my next down day, I have to learn to do this though but it was so much harder than I thought it was going to be....in my younger years food didn't bother me at all, I think I just ate to live.....now I think I live to eat lol......my calories yesterday was about 480 so I did eat a fair amount really, I just have to figure out how to get the most out of my calories.
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my second down day it drove me nutty, in the end I went for a two hour walk, I was obsessing over food continually, it was all I could think of, I have a feeling it was because I ate at 10.30am . . . my calories yesterday was about 480 so I did eat a fair amount really, I just have to figure out how to get the most out of my calories.
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Carrie Jayne...thanks for the reply, it is nice to know it gets easier, I think because my first down day was so easy it just came as a shock that the next one was so hard.....hopefully you are right and it will come easier lol.

Locaarbgal.....thanks I think you are right, I was already dreading tomorrow and having to go through it again, but I could find it easy again like the first one....so you are right I shouldn't dread it and set myself up for feeling hungry or miserable....thanks....

I think it helps me knowing that I'm not on my own doing it either....so thanks both for your replies...
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Hi. My name is Sharolyn, I'm 45 years old and have been trying to figure out the Trim Healthy Mama diet when I read in the book about the JUDDD, so I followed the link in my ebook here. I've been doing low carb since end of year, using Atkins but found it wasn't working well for me. I'm hypothyroid with PCOS so I'm not sure if that's why. Well, I would love to check JUDDD out more to see it it may be easier than THM. Thanks!
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Hi Sharolyn....just wanted to say welcome, I am new to JUDD so can't give you any advice, but just wanted to say my third down day was a lot easier, so if you read my above post don't let it put you off....hope you do really well, low carb wasn't working for me either which is why I switched over and so far so good....anyway everyone is so friendly so I am sure you will love it here.
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