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Old 01-10-2014, 04:18 PM   #91
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No, that's only when you make copious amounts of cajeta.
Guess I should not admit I made up a bunch of cajeta and canned it in pint and 1/2 pint jars since I will soon be having baby goats and they will get all of the milk huh.
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I had never heard of cajeta. Is it like a "jacked up" caramel sauce!
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I had never heard of cajeta. Is it like a "jacked up" caramel sauce!
It is a caramel sauce so full of sugar. You just take a gallon of raw goat milk, add 4 cups of sugar and a couple of vanilla beans and cook it for many hours until it is a thick caramel sauce or keep cooking carefully and it is a soft caramel. I can't even guess the calories and I love it with pecans or walnuts which makes it worse. I have some canned since kidding season is almost here and baby goats and the now two bottle calves will get all of the milk. THAT IS A GOOD THING. I have no portion control with cajeta.
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has any one actually tried and had success with incorporating Resveratrol with JUDDD, as Dr. Johnson recommends?

varady pooh poohs the SIR1 research, i believe, stating that there's no concrete research done in humans.

i know that i have never experienced the energy from SIR1 that others have experienced. i sure could use it.

varady deals with real people, in a lab. johnson is a plastic surgeon. does he deal with real people/dieters, in a clinic or a lab? who do you believe?

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has any one actually tried and had success with incorporating Resveratrol with JUDDD, as Dr. Johnson recommends?

varady pooh poohs the SIR1 research, i believe, stating that there's no concrete research done in humans.

i know that i have never experienced the energy from SIR1 that others have experienced. i sure could use it.

varady deals with real people, in a lab. johnson is a plastic surgeon. does he deal with real people/dieters, in a clinic or a lab? who do you believe?
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Johnson mentions working with patients who are on the diet, but I don't recall if they were his plastic surgery patients?
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varady deals with real people, in a lab. johnson is a plastic surgeon. does he deal with real people/dieters, in a clinic or a lab? who do you believe?
He does deal with 'real people'. I believe both of them.

There are many physical processes for which most of the data available is based on animal studies, not human. I would like to see more SIRT1 experiments done on humans (raising hand to volunteer!) but I am also happy to use the evidence we have from animal studies.

The most compelling evidence I have seen so far, is how it has worked for ME! After all, though it is best for our knowledge base, to have many people involved in an experiment to find averages, in the end, we each one of us live our lives as individuals, not as data points.
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Didn't know we were choosing up sides but here is a quote from Dr. J in his first book. "I have struggled most of my life to maintain a healthy weight. As a plastic surgeon performing liposuction, I have counseled thousands of patients about their weight. Until a few years ago, however, my advice appeared to be inadequate, because very few of my patients lost weight and kept it off. Then in 2003 I had an epiphany. I read about an experiment done on some fat mice at the National Institutes of Health that changed my life."
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Didn't know we were choosing up sides
sorry. i didn't mean to sound like i'm choosing sides.

it is frustrating to me to hear contradictory information. i've been at this long enough to appreciate both of these doctors. i've just wondered which doctor's giving true clinical trials. i'm always on the look-out for tid bits of information that will aid me in this venture. i not only want to be one of the 3% who do not gain my weight back but also can do it without frustration.

i've often thought that i wish someone would write a diet step-by-step book: once you get to point B, if point 1 doesn't work, move to point 2. if point 2 doesn't work, move to point 3. then once you get to point c, if point 1 doesn't work, move to point 2, etc.

i'm one of "those" who dieting's always a struggle. i lose weight very slowly, despite tedius strictness. not only that, i struggle with leptin/ghrelin issues. so the saying that any diet will work, as long as you stick with it, doesn't really apply to me in my world. i suspect that there are more people out there like me who have similar issues. even at my highest weight, i didn't eat a lot. if i had eaten all i'd wanted to eat, i'd have been one of those 600 pounders you see on TV having the gastric by-pass.

recent studies show that only 3% of dieters retain their weight lost by the five year marker. what is frustrating to me is the lack of research done about that. actually, i'm more prone to listen/believe someone who's truly been obese, like me. if it will on someone like me, then it should work on the majority of the population.

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My N=1 points to intermittent fasting having a whole lot more going on than just weight loss. My NSV list is pretty impressive (arthritis gone, glowing complexion, Ketosis while eating carbs, apparently blood glucose stabilized).

V is correct, I think, there have been no peer-reviewed studies done on the effect of SIRT1 activation on human weight loss. However, at the end of 2012 I did find human studies around the impact of SIRT1 on other body aspects...which, coincidentally, matched to some of my NSVs.

Most telling was an innocent little study that rocked my world by defining a dependency between SIRT1 activation and going into Ketosis.

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I take Reveratrol and Pterostilbene. I added the Reveratrol after reading on line information, not Dr J's info, I didn't doubt him exactly, but I am always wary if they are selling the things themselves.

I cannot say for certain whether they help or not. I do know how well and energetic I feel almost all the time, and I don't think I look to bad for my age either. I will be honest, it is the ant-aging and anti inflammatory effects that interest me most.

I am sorry you struggle with leptin/ghrelin problems.
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When I started JUDDD and up to now I have never read any book about ADF or looked further at Dr. J's website than the calculator. All the how to information and evidence that it could work I gathered from this forum. Seeing actual people doing it and succeeding and yes some failing or not being able to stick to it or it not working for them. Based on my own research I tried it and found it worked well and I was successful at it and reached my goal and beyond.

I honestly don't really know what a SIRT1 is and if it exists or works the same for humans. But I do know that this WOE did work for me and can potentially work for others.

Sometimes I think many people can get so wrapped around the axel trying to figure out is something might work that they procrastinate to the point where they talk themselves out of it or get distracted by something else they research to death. Pick something, really anything, try it out for an amount of time where you can say that you legitimately gave it all you got and evaluate the actual results for you. If it worked, carry on, if it didn't, did you really implement it correctly and can you maybe tweak it to make it work? If not then keep looking for what will work.

It's a journey not just an errand you run out to do for a short time, it takes a while and may have many legs to that journey. And like a journey it should change you and change you for the better. At the end you should have learned how to eat and be active for health and pleasure so that you can maintain and not end up back where you began. The problem with the people who regain after 5 years or sooner is they treat it like an errand and when they are done they just go back to their normal bad eating habits and just like an errand they end up doing that errand over and over again dieting and re-dieting to lose the same weight again.
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I can see myself fasting on a regular basis, whether it is every other day, once per week, or somewhere in between, for the rest of my life. I had never considered even occasional fasting before two years ago, so it is surprising. But I have seen such good effects from it. I hope it becomes ore accepted in our society. Right now, it has a bad reputation. Too many people think your are 'being anorexic'. They don't see it as a moderate response, but rather as an extreme one. I wonder how we can change that perception.
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sorry. i didn't mean to sound like i'm choosing sides.

it is frustrating to me to hear contradictory information. i've been at this long enough to appreciate both of these doctors. i've just wondered which doctor's giving true clinical trials. i'm always on the look-out for tid bits of information that will aid me in this venture. i not only want to be one of the 3% who do not gain my weight back but also can do it without frustration.

i've often thought that i wish someone would write a diet step-by-step book: once you get to point B, if point 1 doesn't work, move to point 2. if point 2 doesn't work, move to point 3. then once you get to point c, if point 1 doesn't work, move to point 2, etc.

i'm one of "those" who dieting's always a struggle. i lose weight very slowly, despite tedius strictness. not only that, i struggle with leptin/ghrelin issues. so the saying that any diet will work, as long as you stick with it, doesn't really apply to me in my world. i suspect that there are more people out there like me who have similar issues. even at my highest weight, i didn't eat a lot. if i had eaten all i'd wanted to eat, i'd have been one of those 600 pounders you see on TV having the gastric by-pass.

recent studies show that only 3% of dieters retain their weight lost by the five year marker. what is frustrating to me is the lack of research done about that. actually, i'm more prone to listen/believe someone who's truly been obese, like me. if it will on someone like me, then it should work on the majority of the population.

imho
I found the book "Mastering Leptin" to be very good. Pretty straight forward and very doable. As long as I stick to those guidelines I have decent weightloss. I am not following all of them right now and struggling so maybe I need to get that book off the shelf for some additional reading.
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Mastering Leptin is a good solid book but he also sells a lot of products if you look at his website. It always bugs me that he says if you are doing ML correctly you should weigh the same in the evening as you do in the morning...WTH.. I have never ever weighed the same in the morning as I do in the evening, even with fasting, HCG etc. He is big on whey protein, and of course he sells it. Same as the bulletproof guy, he started with coffee and now he is selling snacks for Pete's sake.

If you notice, Dr J has a silent co-author. When Dr J's book first came out many years ago I remember reading a review from a medical professional who was eager to read the book on account of this co-author, who apparently is a highly respected teaching professor from a learning college. Perhaps this professor has a lot more input in this book than we realise.

Secondly even before Krista there is a Harvard based researcher called David Sinclair who has been mentioned in Dr J's books. He has been researching Resveratrol for many years and says he takes it every day, along with his wife and parents. To my knowledge he doesn't sell it but I understand his research is continuing; he made the news a year or so ago stating that people could live to 150 in the future. So I understand Resveratrol is not perfect and he is working on something better to mimic the effects of fasting. He has stated that fasting is the optimum strategy but he can't do it...nawww poor him...the DODO's could teach him a thing or two
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I hereby formally propose we drop the term "JUDDD BUDDD" and replace it with "DODO"!!!!!!!!!

If the emotion is high, I believe the term "DODO BUDDD" might be substituted.

But I am reasonably sure "JUDDD DODO" will get us in trouble (after all, we know Dr J is watching)

Does anyone second the motion?
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Mastering Leptin is a good solid book but he also sells a lot of products if you look at his website. It always bugs me that he says if you are doing ML correctly you should weigh the same in the evening as you do in the morning...WTH.. I have never ever weighed the same in the morning as I do in the evening, even with fasting, HCG etc. He is big on whey protein, and of course he sells it. Same as the bulletproof guy, he started with coffee and now he is selling snacks for Pete's sake.

If you notice, Dr J has a silent co-author. When Dr J's book first came out many years ago I remember reading a review from a medical professional who was eager to read the book on account of this co-author, who apparently is a highly respected teaching professor from a learning college. Perhaps this professor has a lot more input in this book than we realise.

Secondly even before Krista there is a Harvard based researcher called David Sinclair who has been mentioned in Dr J's books. He has been researching Resveratrol for many years and says he takes it every day, along with his wife and parents. To my knowledge he doesn't sell it but I understand his research is continuing; he made the news a year or so ago stating that people could live to 150 in the future. So I understand Resveratrol is not perfect and he is working on something better to mimic the effects of fasting. He has stated that fasting is the optimum strategy but he can't do it...nawww poor him...the DODO's could teach him a thing or two
I just read the book "Mastering Leptin". I didn't even know he had a website and was selling anything. Don't laugh but I thought that was ridiculous too but sometimes if I behave on an UD I will weigh less before bed than when I got up that morning. Course my good UD's are far and few between.
And I see the second author on Dr. J's first and second book but never actually see anything attributed specifically to him. Just that he was an adjunct professor at Stanford on the inside cover of the first book.

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I hereby formally propose we drop the term "JUDDD BUDDD" and replace it with "DODO"!!!!!!!!!

If the emotion is high, I believe the term "DODO BUDDD" might be substituted.

But I am reasonably sure "JUDDD DODO" will get us in trouble (after all, we know Dr J is watching)

Does anyone second the motion?
I dunno, plenty of people out there already think we're DODOs for eating the way we do.

I got a nice chuckle out the of the DODO, but JUDDD BUDDDs just has a certain ... "jenne se qua" (my French is rusty ) about it.
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