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Old 09-22-2013, 08:54 AM   #31
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Old 09-22-2013, 09:52 AM   #32
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I agree Dawn. All I have is today. To the best of my knowledge I'm taking pretty good care of my health with out it being obsessive or stopping myself from enjoying the things that life presents. Like a really fun BBQ yesterday with tons of food that probably would have been considered a heart attack on a plate, but boy it tasted great and I came home and went for a walk at the track.
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The genetics link interests me as well.
Have you checked out the 23andme genetic testing? I haven't got it done yet but I think you can also run it through geneticgenie and that will test for mutations indicating susceptibility to a whole range of things like Alzheimers, CFS, fibro... My son is taking genetics in university (he's off this year though) and he thinks that in 20 years or less this kind of thing will revolutionize the medical and diagnostic industries.
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Old 09-22-2013, 03:56 PM   #34
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Have you checked out the 23andme genetic testing? I haven't got it done yet but I think you can also run it through geneticgenie and that will test for mutations indicating susceptibility to a whole range of things like Alzheimers, CFS, fibro... My son is taking genetics in university (he's off this year though) and he thinks that in 20 years or less this kind of thing will revolutionize the medical and diagnostic industries.
I actually really want to do that genetic DNA thing (can't remember who does it) where you send in a sample and they determine your genetic ancestry. That is so interesting to me!
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Old 09-22-2013, 04:08 PM   #35
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I actually really want to do that genetic DNA thing (can't remember who does it) where you send in a sample and they determine your genetic ancestry. That is so interesting to me!
Yup, 23andme does that part of it too where you can find out if you're part Inuit, European or... Neanderthal too I think. It's all in the one test. My sister got it done and a good friend has too.
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Old 09-26-2013, 04:41 PM   #36
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Yes, that is the site that will do an amazing amount of tests for $99, then another $20 to upload the data and generate reports that really tell you a lot.

I have not had this done yet, but I most definitely will do so as my doctor recently tested me for the MTHFR mutation sequence and it turns out I am homozygous for the 1298 mutation. Long story short....this is at the root of quite a few of my health issues as my methylation processes are wayyyyyyyyy compromised. It really impacts quite a few people...very common to have this issue...and the 23andme site gives you that information plus much, much more. Many, many diseases are impacted by the MTHFR mutations (alzheimers, autism, chronic fatique, diabetes, immune disorders like thyroid disease,rheumatoid arthritis, MS, Lupus.., parkinsons, depression, heart attack and stroke...). They are finding out more and more all of the time. MTHFR.net is a very informative site. The beauty of finding out whether this is an issue for you is that it is treatable by taking the correct B vitamins! Warning -- very, very new stuff and most medical doctors are not up to speed on this yet.

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Old 09-27-2013, 02:53 AM   #37
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Krista's facebook is interesting; she seems to happily and enthusiastically answer all questions about alternate day fasting and the good thing is she has a lot of her actual studies to draw from. The problem with Dr J is he went MIA. I'm not even sure if his website is even active - he's never responded to my questions.
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Old 09-29-2013, 09:48 AM   #38
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Old 09-29-2013, 09:55 AM   #39
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I have both Dr J's new book and this one on pre-order - those are my christmas presents to myself and I can't wait. I love diet books, there is always something that you can take from them or learn.

I like the way Krista answers some of the questions and beyond that Dr J is/was unavailable to clear up.

For instance in relation to plateaus that she sees happening after 4-6 months of EOD she suggests fasting (DD's) on "Monday, Wed, Fri and Sunday of every week. The drawback is that you have two fast days in a row on Sunday and Monday. This method has helped to break plateaus though". She also suggests adding another 45min exercise session.

Certainly worth a try but two DD's would be difficult. I wonder how she got such good compliance with her subjects? In any case, can't wait to read the books.
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Old 10-07-2013, 04:20 AM   #41
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I have both Dr J's new book and this one on pre-order - those are my christmas presents to myself and I can't wait. I love diet books, there is always something that you can take from them or learn.

I like the way Krista answers some of the questions and beyond that Dr J is/was unavailable to clear up.

For instance in relation to plateaus that she sees happening after 4-6 months of EOD she suggests fasting (DD's) on "Monday, Wed, Fri and Sunday of every week. The drawback is that you have two fast days in a row on Sunday and Monday. This method has helped to break plateaus though". She also suggests adding another 45min exercise session.

Certainly worth a try but two DD's would be difficult. I wonder how she got such good compliance with her subjects? In any case, can't wait to read the books.
Are you at goal now? I couldn't quite tell from your stats. I have pre-ordered Dr. J's book and will get Krista's after I read his.
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Old 10-07-2013, 06:09 PM   #42
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I went to Facebook but could not find the site mentioned here

What am I doing wrong?

I would love to learn more about her too! Does she mention the calories we are to eat like Dr. J. has done?
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Old 10-07-2013, 06:29 PM   #43
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Hi everyone. This is a special day to me. My wonderful father was born on
Oct. 7th 1904. He has been gone awhile but not from my memories.

Hope everyone is having a good DD and UPD.
There's a lot of leaf mold right now and high winds, so my breathing
isn't so good and neither is my energy level. That being said, I am holding
my own. DD is a little too high. I came in at 700 calories.
Tell me please, because of it, would you restrict your UPP day tomorrow?
What do you do when this is the case?

BTW my JUDDD book is on the way. I also ordered a tortilla press, the one
Maria likes. I also got a 10" grill. I weighed out the dough when I borrowed
a press and a little over one oz. of dough made a decent 6" corn tortilla.
They are so superior to the ones from the market. It lowers both the calorie
and carb counts. So good on an UPP day. 2 homemade corn tortillas,
2 oz. good cheese, salsa and cilantro and you have a delicious meal.
Add a salad and you are satisfied to the soul. Well at least I am: love:
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Old 10-07-2013, 06:38 PM   #44
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I went to Facebook but could not find the site mentioned here

What am I doing wrong?

I would love to learn more about her too! Does she mention the calories we are to eat like Dr. J. has done?
It's called THE EVERY OTHER DAY DIET on FB
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Old 10-07-2013, 06:51 PM   #45
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Uggh just a quick post - I need to do some work. Barbo I miss my Dad so much..enjoy your special day and the wonderful memories.

Barbo I've looked at your locarb kitchen and it's fantastic!. I'm desperate however to find a low carb licorice recipe. I yearn for licorice encased in cocoa crack shell. Most low carb licorice recipes are like gummy bears, too mushy and the bought ones don't taste right or use the sugar alcohols that I'm allergic to. I'm after the firm bite-into licorice - which probably requires some kind of molasses and flour? If you could help you would be a hero in my eyes forever
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Old 10-07-2013, 07:08 PM   #46
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Hi everyone.

Hope everyone is having a good DD and UPD.
There's a lot of leaf mold right now and high winds, so my breathing
isn't so good and neither is my energy level. That being said, I am holding
my own. DD is a little too high. I came in at 700 calories.
Tell me please, because of it, would you restrict your UPP day tomorrow?
What do you do when this is the case?

love:
No don't restrict your UD. A higher DD now and again is not a problem. Have a great UD tomorrow!
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Old 10-07-2013, 10:05 PM   #47
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Yes, that is the site that will do an amazing amount of tests for $99, then another $20 to upload the data and generate reports that really tell you a lot.

I have not had this done yet, but I most definitely will do so as my doctor recently tested me for the MTHFR mutation sequence and it turns out I am homozygous for the 1298 mutation. Long story short....this is at the root of quite a few of my health issues as my methylation processes are wayyyyyyyyy compromised. It really impacts quite a few people...very common to have this issue...and the 23andme site gives you that information plus much, much more. Many, many diseases are impacted by the MTHFR mutations (alzheimers, autism, chronic fatique, diabetes, immune disorders like thyroid disease,rheumatoid arthritis, MS, Lupus.., parkinsons, depression, heart attack and stroke...). They are finding out more and more all of the time. MTHFR.net is a very informative site. The beauty of finding out whether this is an issue for you is that it is treatable by taking the correct B vitamins! Warning -- very, very new stuff and most medical doctors are not up to speed on this yet.

Kimmie
So will this test give me information about MTHFR and other genetic issues? My rheumatologist said she wouldn't test me for Ehler's-Danlos even though I have many of the symptoms. She said they don't like to test for things they can't treat. Frustrating.
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Old 10-07-2013, 10:06 PM   #48
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Oh, and thank you for the heads up on the new book! I will be getting that!
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Old 10-07-2013, 11:21 PM   #49
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Barbo, I love that you are remembering your special dad today. My dad's birthday is the 12th, and I've been thinking about him even more than usual lately. We lost him in 1987.
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