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Old 08-20-2013, 10:31 AM   #241
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I don't know that there is a way to print a recipe from here. You could just center it on your computer screen so that it all fits, then hold down the Crtl key and press P.

Also, did you know that there is a thread for the JUDDD BUDDDs to post their daily weight loss report? If you want to post there, here is the link.

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Old 08-20-2013, 10:46 AM   #242
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Oh I did ! I just got carried away posting!Sorry!!
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Don't be sorry! I just mentioned it because I thought it might be a thread you were not aware of.
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Wow, this is my first UD, and I am doing NK along with JUDDD, and boy, is it difficult to come up with 2,000+ calories!! I had to make some fat bombs and will eat several of them on my UDs.
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Wow, this is my first UD, and I am doing NK along with JUDDD, and boy, is it difficult to come up with 2,000+ calories!! I had to make some fat bombs and will eat several of them on my UDs.
I don't know your stats, but if you are 25 yrs old and 5'7" your UD should be about 1920. If you are older or shorter it is lower. So 2,000+ may be pushing it a bit. If you have added in exercise calories and feel like it is difficult to eat that much you can stick with your UD/DD numbers with no exercise. Hope you are enjoying your UD though!
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I don't know your stats, but if you are 25 yrs old and 5'7" your UD should be about 1920. If you are older or shorter it is lower. So 2,000+ may be pushing it a bit. If you have added in exercise calories and feel like it is difficult to eat that much you can stick with your UD/DD numbers with no exercise. Hope you are enjoying your UD though!
Thanks, Carly! I did the calculator again and it said for light exercise my UD should be 2123, and little to no exercise is 1853. You are too kind to guess I am 25, I'm 38. But I think I will switch to the 1853 and maybe I'll lose a little faster! Now I don't have to eat so much! Funny how 2000 calories in the SAD is sooooo easy to do...at least for me, anyways!

I am enjoying my UD. Just sitting down to buffalo wings with lots of blue cheese dressing, and a fat bomb for dessert!
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Not sure, but you could copy and paste into Word and print it from there.
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Thanks, Carly! I did the calculator again and it said for light exercise my UD should be 2123, and little to no exercise is 1853. You are too kind to guess I am 25, I'm 38. But I think I will switch to the 1853 and maybe I'll lose a little faster! Now I don't have to eat so much! Funny how 2000 calories in the SAD is sooooo easy to do...at least for me, anyways!

I am enjoying my UD. Just sitting down to buffalo wings with lots of blue cheese dressing, and a fat bomb for dessert!
Yum! DD here, but wings sounds really good! (I love ranch )
You can always add the exercise calories back in, but it's usually good to start with the little to no exercise option and then go from there.

I think I'll be asking DW to take me to Buffalo Wild Wings tomorrow night...
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Wild Wings sounds wonderful Carly!!!

I've never done NK, but on LC I was easily hitting 2000+ every day. Would you like some butter with that?
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Ugh, I am afraid I just can't do it.

I have come in and out of JUDDD many times. I was able to do it the first time, but just haven't been able to get my JUDDD mojo back. I visit and everyone seems so happy and I want to give it another go, but I just can't stand to be hungry at night. I can absolutely fast all day, no problem, but can't make it past 7:00 or so.

Over and over I would have a perfect down day until evening and then lose it. Even if I pulled off a DD I could hold off eating on my UD until late afternoon or evening. I decided I may as well go with my strengths and do Fast 5 since I do believe IF is a good plan.
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Sorry Gina. It's not for everyone, and it may just be not for you "right now." I think fast 5 is a great idea, and could work out great. We'll still be here if/when you decide to give it another go.
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The book came in at the library yesterday and I am busy reading it. I am up to the part where it tells you how to actually do the diet.

I have a bunch of protein powder left over from another WOE, and I think I will try eating that today for my down day, along with a little bit of butter and a little bit of MCT oil. It would be nice not to have to think about food today.

For the past two up days, I have eaten more than what the calculator told me to. The first time I did it, I was just plain hungry and over ate a little bit, by around 250 calories. The scale and the tape measure did not punish me the next morning, so I tried it again yesterday, eating 450 calories more than I was supposed to. When I weighed this morning, I saw that my weight went down and my measurements went down, and that was after an overeating up day! No bounce up at all! Of course, I know that it could catch up with me later.

Boy, it would be so wonderful to be able to eat a little bit more! Even doing that, my average calories for the past four days is only 1100 calories.
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So many lovely Newbies . I go away for 10 days and look how many new faces. to you all.

(And Gina, I am so sorry it isn't working out for you. Fast 5 may be just what you need.)

Can't go back addressing everyone but you have all had great support and sound answers already.

Rebecca, I almost always eat above my UD calorie allowance. Of course I am in maintenance now but I did that from quite early on. I didn't have much left to lose when I started JUDDD and I really wanted to push the 'piston' creating the Sirt1 gene. Many posters back then recommended creating as big a 'gap' as possible between the UD and DD calories.

As always, only time and your own experience will tell you if you can do that. If you can lose on a higher DD number, at a speed that is acceptable to you, then I say go for it.
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Rebecca, I almost always eat above my UD calorie allowance. Of course I am in maintenance now but I did that from quite early on. I didn't have much left to lose when I started JUDDD and I really wanted to push the 'piston' creating the Sirt1 gene. Many posters back then recommended creating as big a 'gap' as possible between the UD and DD calories.

As always, only time and your own experience will tell you if you can do that. If you can lose on a higher DD number, at a speed that is acceptable to you, then I say go for it.
Thanks for the advice, Cindy! Did you mean to say "If you can lose on a higher UD number..."?

As of this morning, I need to lose 8.1 more pounds of fat and gain 4.3 pounds of lean mass to reach my goal.

I just got the book yesterday and I am just now to the point where it tells you how to do the diet. I don't think I remember anything about the "gap" you are talking about, but if that is true, that's wonderful!

Today is a down day, and I am just doing a little protein powder and going to work. I'll have a little more when I get home, and then tomorrow I will try to eat to satiety again and see what happens. I sure hope that I have the same results that you did with widening the gap!
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Doh! Of course I did!

No, I didn't pick it up from the book but from successful posters right here. So much great advice here. But we do all react differently.
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Doh! Of course I did!

No, I didn't pick it up from the book but from successful posters right here. So much great advice here. But we do all react differently.
I just reread the chapter about SIRT1, and see that the gap was not mentioned, although he does say that fasting completely on the DD would give the best results, but he thinks that no one will do it.

Anyway, thanks again! I am off to work!
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Hi! I am new. I have read through many threads and your enthusiasm really makes me want to see how it may work for me. I jumped into a DD today, trying to not eat much until dinner. It is 3pm, not far to go, I hope I can do it. I keep wandering into the kitchen forgetting that I can't eat. I am starting out with 500 cal DD.
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Good to have you on board Merry, you are doing great for a first DD. And remember, tomorrow you can enjoy your UD.
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Welcome,Merry!!! JUDDD really does work!! The first few times I would be so hungry late at nite but kept telling myself I could eat the next day. Then when I woke up in the middle of the nite I wasn't the least bit hungry.Amazing!! I haven't ave been doing it for a little over 3 weeks now and I mostly like DD. Some hours r harder than others but it passes.
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MerryEllen! I do the same thing - try not to eat much until dinner. It works great for me in getting through the DDs. I'll tell you a little trick I use to motivate myself later in the day when I want to throw in the towel. The more hours I have invested in restricting myself, the better it works. I'll just say "You do NOT want to throw away the X hours you have already worked so hard to keep calories low. If you stop now and eat, all those hours and all that effort is for nothing!" Most times it works!
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Hi! I am new. I have read through many threads and your enthusiasm really makes me want to see how it may work for me. I jumped into a DD today, trying to not eat much until dinner. It is 3pm, not far to go, I hope I can do it. I keep wandering into the kitchen forgetting that I can't eat. I am starting out with 500 cal DD.
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Hope you love JUDDD as much as I do! And as hard as it may be to believe right now, it does get easier!
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Hi! I am new. I have read through many threads and your enthusiasm really makes me want to see how it may work for me. I jumped into a DD today, trying to not eat much until dinner. It is 3pm, not far to go, I hope I can do it. I keep wandering into the kitchen forgetting that I can't eat. I am starting out with 500 cal DD.
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Welcome Merry! Sounds like you're off to a good start. I try to keep most of my calories for the evening as well, as that works best for me. I hope you have a great DD!
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MerryEllen! I do the same thing - try not to eat much until dinner. It works great for me in getting through the DDs. I'll tell you a little trick I use to motivate myself later in the day when I want to throw in the towel. The more hours I have invested in restricting myself, the better it works. I'll just say "You do NOT want to throw away the X hours you have already worked so hard to keep calories low. If you stop now and eat, all those hours and all that effort is for nothing!" Most times it works!
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Hi! I am new. I have read through many threads and your enthusiasm really makes me want to see how it may work for me. I jumped into a DD today, trying to not eat much until dinner. It is 3pm, not far to go, I hope I can do it. I keep wandering into the kitchen forgetting that I can't eat. I am starting out with 500 cal DD.
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Welcome Merry Ellen, I always fast till a bedtime snack on DD. my snack is calling now...
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For the past three up days, I have tried out just eating to satiety to see if I would still lose body fat even though I am eating more than the calculator tells me to eat. On those three days, I "over ate" 247 calories, 447 calories and 392 calories.

And I am losing body fat. I am even doing better than when I was trying to keep my food in line with the calculator. I sure hope this is not a fluke, because I like being able to eat more.

On my down days, I have started eating just a little protein powder a couple of times per day and a cup of homemade bone broth once per day, and that gives me around 310 calories.

I know that the book says to just go ahead and eat 500 calories on your DD, but it also says that it is suggested because most people are not willing to eat the amount that the calculator says. He even says it would be better to fast completely on the DD, but people are not willing to do that. So I decided to eat what the calculator tells me to on DDs, and eat as much as I want on UDs, as long as I do not stuff myself.

Yesterday was an UD, but because I was at work at dinner time, I could not eat until I got home at 9:45 pm. I was planning to eat a cheeseburger with butter and no bun, but I was just not that hungry when I got home, so I had some full fat Greek yogurt with chocolate protein powder and went to bed.

I can't believe that after a down day, I was not taking every opportunity to eat as much as possible.
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Rebecca that is great that you are able to eat more on UDs and still lose! I think a lot of people can when they keep their DDs low. I'm sure the NK helps in that regard as well. How do you know that you are losing body fat? I've always wanted to know whether I've lost water, LBM or fat, but can't figure how I would know...
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Thank you everyone for the welcomes and tips! I used them last night. I kept thinking about the fried eggs and Spam I could have in the morning if I could just fall asleep without eating anymore. I went a little over 500 calories and lost 2.5 lbs today!
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Rebecca that is great that you are able to eat more on UDs and still lose! I think a lot of people can when they keep their DDs low. I'm sure the NK helps in that regard as well. How do you know that you are losing body fat? I've always wanted to know whether I've lost water, LBM or fat, but can't figure how I would know...
I use the US Navy Body Fat Calulation formula that I have built into my spreadsheets. I have had DEXA and Bod Pod done, and this calculation was so close to the numbers that the expensive tests gave me, that I use it with confidence, knowing that it will be very close to what the actual probably is.

You can google free online body fat calculator.
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