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Old 04-18-2013, 05:24 AM   #391
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Thank you, Cindy/Kissa.
I'd be a wreck, too if my cat got away from me. I'm happy to hear that she was snuggled up, safe and sound.

hot-in-texas ... I hope you've made it out the door by now!
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Old 04-18-2013, 05:37 AM   #392
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Cindy, I hate it when they do that with jobs. Here in the UK we call that a 'Scotsman's Rise' More work, same money.

Karen I agree, you are lovely.

We thought we had lost one of our cats last night, could not find her anywhere. She is usually very vocal at night but last night not a sound from her. Yet this morning, there she was, curled up asleep on the stairs. I. of course, had been awake most of the night worrying that she was shut in somewhere or had jumped into a van (a neighbour moved out yesterday).

All the stress meant I forgot to weigh in today, which may be no bad thing as I drank rather more wine than is good for me with friends yesterday.

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So here it is 7:10, I still haven't brushed my teeth, showered, removed my chipped nail polish, or put my clothes (that I'm going to wear today) in the dryer, I also have to put some boneless ribs in the crock pot, but don't have a recipe yet(need to Google one). And I have to be at work by 8:30. Ya think I should get up and get moving? I've enjoyed catching up on all your posts in this thread. Grannysmith, your Jenga x-ray really stood out to me, lol and oh great, the smileys moved around on me, that took another minute! Lol
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Hey Tex!! I was wondering where you were. Did you make it to work on time?
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Yikes, once you got moving, it must have been supersonic, tex! LOL!

Kissa, so glad kitty is ok afterall! Phew!!!
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Good Morning JBs!

Had an eye-opener this morning I thought it might be helpful to share. I weighed in this morning (post DD) at 159.5. I have been stalled at this weight since last Thursday. I have shared with you how incredibly frustrating this has been.

This morning, I had an idea about what might have been derailing me. I have been using my digital scale for larger amounts and measuring spoons for smaller amounts (like PB2). As it turns out, this has been a mistake. This morning, as I was measuring out PB2, I noticed that the amount shown for a two tablespoon serving is 12 grams. In measuring spoons, this amount would fit "loosley" in one tablespoon (not tightly packed in). Net/net, I have probably been under-reporting calories in PB2 by half.

I have been eating two servings of PB2 on DDs and alot more on UDs (maybe 300 to 400 cals). I should have been doubling the calories I counted. No wonder I have been struggling. I have been overeating both my DDs and UDs. UGGHHH!!!!

Bless that food scale or I might never have known
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Good for you for investigating DaSH. Now you can get back on track and get thoses losses going again. I should probably tighten up my measuring again. I've gotten to where I'm eyeballing a few things too. I would be lost without my food scale!
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I use my food scale religiously and it's been both a pleasant surprise and an irritant, depending on the food.
Some foods I get way more gram wise than I would cup wise and others alas, are much less.
Good for you for solving the puzzle. Hopefully now the scale will move its way down!
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I use my kitchen scale a lot, but not for liquids. I sure do hope my measuring spoons are accurate, lol. It would be kind of silly to measure cream by gram.
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Good for you for investigating DaSH. Now you can get back on track and get thoses losses going again. I should probably tighten up my measuring again. I've gotten to where I'm eyeballing a few things too. I would be lost without my food scale!
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Good Morning JBs!

Had an eye-opener this morning I thought it might be helpful to share. I weighed in this morning (post DD) at 159.5. I have been stalled at this weight since last Thursday. I have shared with you how incredibly frustrating this has been.

This morning, I had an idea about what might have been derailing me. I have been using my digital scale for larger amounts and measuring spoons for smaller amounts (like PB2). As it turns out, this has been a mistake. This morning, as I was measuring out PB2, I noticed that the amount shown for a two tablespoon serving is 12 grams. In measuring spoons, this amount would fit "loosley" in one tablespoon (not tightly packed in). Net/net, I have probably been under-reporting calories in PB2 by half.

I have been eating two servings of PB2 on DDs and alot more on UDs (maybe 300 to 400 cals). I should have been doubling the calories I counted. No wonder I have been struggling. I have been overeating both my DDs and UDs. UGGHHH!!!!

Bless that food scale or I might never have known
Well at least you know now what to adjust. And great that you didn't gain as well.
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Dash, does that mean that one loosely packed Tbs of PB2 is 44 cals? Oh my!!
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Dash, does that mean that one loosely packed Tbs of PB2 is 44 cals? Oh my!!
My jar of PB2 says 56kcals per 2tbsp serving (12g). I measured this for someone the other day on a treasury scale (one that can do fractions of a gramme and very small weights). 2 loosely-packed metric tablespoons of the powder (slightly larger than US tbsp) are approx. 13-14g (depending on looseness).

I don't know if this helps (might depend if you're talking about PB2 as a powder or made-up). One loosely-packed metric tbsp of the powder is somewhere from 28-32kcals.
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I think for most people maintenance means constant vigilance. If I notice even a small gain I nip it in the bud before it becomes a problem. That being said, over the last four years EVERY small gain I've had has been attributed (to the best I can tell) to getting a little loosey-goosey with the PB2. I love it and eat it every day, and plan to continue to do so. But it's almost like eating air, there's no substance to it, so I really have to watch it or I can blow through a whole jar pretty quickly......then wear it on my body. I think it's a great product, I just have to be really careful with it.
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Thanks Slowsure. I thought it was 22 per Tbspn.

Tofucheese, try mixing it equal ratios with fat-free yogurt and use it as a spread. Nice on slices of cucumber.
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I watched the new Michael Mosely documentary(?) "Guts". As usually, Mosely undergoes torture in the name of science. First thought: you'll want to watch it on a DD.

Seriously, I'm a nurse, I deal with secretions, excretions and bodily fluids everyday, but i was a tad grossed-out...so "normal" people beware.

Second thought...very interesting...not a lot of new info for me, but once past the ick factor, the views of our mysterious insides are pretty cool.

Third thought: I am a bit offended to find out that the two personality types are "Extrovert and NEUROTIC", at least in the UK. I really prefer the term "introverted"! This came up in a discussion of how the two types react physically to internal pain.

Anyone see it? It's on the PBS site.
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I have it on my DVR to watch, and thanks very much for the warning! I knew it was probably going to be that way, but if a nurse was a tad grossed out, then I'm going into it prepared!

Extrovert vs neurotic? REALLY??? I also prefer introvert, introspective, thoughtful.
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I have it on my DVR to watch, and thanks very much for the warning! I knew it was probably going to be that way, but if a nurse was a tad grossed out, then I'm going into it prepared!

Extrovert vs neurotic? REALLY??? I also prefer introvert, introspective, thoughtful.
Yes! I don't deny being neurotic, I come by it honestly...but I'm pretty sure I know extroverts with neuroses.

Anyway, it seems "neurotics" deal with pain atypically, the vagus nerve becomes active and the vital signs drop...just the opposite of most people.
Michael,not surprisingly, showed the "neurotic" reaction, which matched his personality test.

I coulda told ya that. I remember going through an extremely painful procedure once, and the dr asked, "Do you meditate or do yoga or something?" because my vitals were so low. I actually had to make myself breathe...it wasn't automatic...a very weird feeling. After the Dr and nurse left the room, and I got up and tried to get dressed, all was not well. I almost passed out, and had to crawl to the door to call for help. My pulse was in the 50s and my usually high b/p was like 80/60. I was freaking out, i thought maybe i was bleeding out or something, but no...just my hyperactive nervous system.

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So here it is 7:10, I still haven't brushed my teeth, showered, removed my chipped nail polish, or put my clothes (that I'm going to wear today) in the dryer, I also have to put some boneless ribs in the crock pot, but don't have a recipe yet(need to Google one). And I have to be at work by 8:30. Ya think I should get up and get moving? I've enjoyed catching up on all your posts in this thread. Grannysmith, your Jenga x-ray really stood out to me, lol and oh great, the smileys moved around on me, that took another minute! Lol
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Sher, I'm serious about the x-ray! The first time I saw it, I went to these crack dealers(AKA chiropractors) that charge $15 a pop, they did their "exam" and showed me the x-ray, and I thought, "Yeah, right...I'm a sucker", because I figured it was the stock x-ray they dragged out to convince people they needed LOTS of "adjustments".

Then I went to the chiropractor I've been with for 10+ years, he did a whole spine x-ray, and close-ups of the neck, and I could see my root canal, my curved spine (and always crooked zipper) and the bottle cap i had in my pocket, so i had to face the truth...not a one of my cervical vertebrae is in alignment with its neighbors!
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Sher, I'm serious about the x-ray! The first time I saw it, I went to these crack dealers(AKA chiropractors) that charge $15 a pop, they did their "exam" and showed me the x-ray, and I thought, "Yeah, right...I'm a sucker", because I figured it was the stock x-ray they dragged out to convince people they needed LOTS of "adjustments".

Then I went to the chiropractor I've been with for 10+ years, he did a whole spine x-ray, and close-ups of the neck, and I could see my root canal, my curved spine (and always crooked zipper) and the bottle cap i had in my pocket, so i had to face the truth...not a one of my cervical vertebrae is in alignment with its neighbors!
The question that begs to be asked here is...do you always carry a bottle cap in your pocket? Lol. Not really! I hope this doesn't cause you lots of pain
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Yes! I don't deny being neurotic, I come by it honestly...but I'm pretty sure I know extroverts with neuroses.

Anyway, it seems "neurotics" deal with pain atypically, the vagus nerve becomes active and the vital signs drop...just the opposite of most people.
Michael,not surprisingly, showed the "neurotic" reaction, which matched his personality test.

I coulda told ya that. I remember going through an extremely painful procedure once, and the dr asked, "Do you meditate or do yoga or something?" because my vitals were so low. I actually had to make myself breathe...it wasn't automatic...a very weird feeling. After the Dr and nurse left the room, and I got up and tried to get dressed, all was not well. I almost passed out, and had to crawl to the door to call for help. My pulse was in the 50s and my usually high b/p was like 80/60. I was freaking out, i thought maybe i was bleeding out or something, but no...just my hyperactive nervous system.

Nice avi BTW. Miine actually looks like me, so I'm good.
That is very interesting! I am a neurotic then. Hmm, I need to watch it now to see how that works. Other have been times when I've had to 'make myself breathe' that is a strange thing. What a scary experience you went through!
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The question that begs to be asked here is...do you always carry a bottle cap in your pocket? Lol. Not really! I hope this doesn't cause you lots of pain
Ha, ha! No, I usually buy my beer in cans, cause it's a little cheaper, but that day I was drinking twist-off cap longnecks and had stuck one in my pocket. I like to relax before I go get my crack... and i NEVER litter.

It can be pretty painful, I have spasms in weird places, like my bicep or shoulderblade...yoga is very helpful, I only just started doing it again after teariing a rotator cuff a year and a half ago...it sucks to be decrepit.

Yes, noticing that you're not breathing is very weird...i've had it happen more than once!
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Shampoo Warning! DO NOT wash your hair in the shower!!

I don't know WHY I didn't figure this out sooner! I use shampoo in the shower! When I wash my hair, the shampoo runs down my whole body, and printed very clearly on the shampoo label is this warning, "FOR EXTRA BODY AND VOLUME."

No wonder I have been gaining weight!

Well! I got rid of that shampoo and I am going to start showering with Squeeky Dishwashing Soap. It's label reads, "DISSOLVES FAT THAT IS OTHERWISE DIFFICULT TO REMOVE."

Problem solved! If I don't answer the phone, I'll be in the shower!


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