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Old 02-15-2014, 10:40 AM   #31
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Pat, how awesome for you!

Just love hearing success stories!
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Old 02-15-2014, 11:38 AM   #32
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This is why I'm a big believer in finding out what works for you.

I was pre-diabetic and had high blood pressure and high cholesterol and completely turned that around with low carb WOE 8 years ago and never looked back. I hit my goal of 125 --- a 65 pound loss ---in less than 7 months and have never gone above 135 since then. I have no problem eating low carb, I love the food I eat. It gave me a new lease on life, more energy, more mental clarity, more control.

The only reason I'm doing JUDDD is because after menopause I gained 7 pounds over the course of 2 and a half years and was having a semi-tough time keeping them off. I am also intrigued by the health benefits of IF, so this seemed like a good thing to try to break that little stall. And I'm really enjoying it. I think it's going to be an excellent maintenance tool for me.

But my son would never be able to do any of this. He's a vegan who loves his fruit and healthy wholesome sweets and really hates fasting beyond about 10 hours at a stretch. So I get it when people say they can't do low carb or it makes them feel sick to do it. He's just a natural born vegetarian who didn't like meat or dairy from the time he was a little kid. I'm quite sure he would feel terrible if he had to eat the food I eat. He's healthy as a horse, by the way, and a serious athlete.

I concluded some time ago that there is more than one way to skin this nutrition cat and that we all have a way to be healthy and fit, we just have to find what that right combination for ourselves is. If you can do the fasting, JUDDD accommodates all diets, which is one thing that makes it so appealing.
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Old 02-15-2014, 12:49 PM   #33
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Old 02-15-2014, 01:35 PM   #34
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Congratulations! Thanks for the encouragement. I tried JUDD before and it really didn't work for me but I'm back and trying it again. Hoping it works this time.
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