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Old 04-03-2012, 06:50 AM   #31
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Good morning!

Arte-I'm so envious of you - you have found the "magic" combo for your body. We are all trying to achieve that.

Tony-have fun in Vermont. I bet it is beautiful.

ff-Congratulations on being back on plan. Yes, it is amazing how much better we feel when we feed our bodies what they need.

I keep telling myself my body is like a car. It needs good fuel to run and lots of oil (water) to keep lubricated. If I mistreat my car it won't run properly. The same thing works for my body.

Weighed in and changed my stats. So, here we go!!!!!
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my body is a car too!!!

it has been recalled too many times!!!. FF
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Going to get back to eating ground beef again. Will cook up a bunch of hamburgers so will just have to reheat when I feel hungry. Will perk them up with cheese or mayo, maybe some Frank's wing sauce.
I Franks! I put that ish on everything! (yup i just went ganster.)
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Yes, i confess. I just HAD to have a veggie...my usual...a small order of shrimp and broccoli ATKINS-ized and with plenty of garlic; that and a small order of ribs w/o bbq sauce. tonight i will eat from the large order. Perhaps, I will not need to finish it. I will get a veggie on the way home. I am even adding garlic to my coffee and tea....NOT. But, i did NOT touch my low carb bread, which miraculously is still the original color and aroma. So, I WILL try to keep it to no more than 5 gr a day. there was a sale on my fave cottage cheese...Friendship 1% whipped-4 gr per 1/2 cup. So, if i have 1 portion of the cc, no veggie that day, not for the next 2 weeks, anyway. I am also feeling physically improved. It is incredible how quickly I feel better after i have re-re-re-inducted. Of course, i was already doing ATKINS induction, but as i said above, I am recapturing the inspiration I felt 2 years ago, when i began these Blitzes. oh and btw, it is not the George Foreman grill, but the Ronco Showtime Rotisserie. After i return from earth bro's, i shall make a pork roast on it. Love & Profits: FLAT-set it and not regret it-FERENGHI
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I had one of those morning where I looked at myself in the mirror after stripping down, but before stepping on the scale. I do this trying to spot any piece of body that may appear to have shrunk. Today it looked like my arms. (i just pictured myself with lil t-rex arms! lmao) (btw, i do a very life like t-rex impression) (it's how i get the mens). i sucked in my belly as if it'd help the scale out. and scale blinked out a 194.2!!!!! That's enough for me to change my stats!!!

Between all my yo-yo-ing and trying this that AND the other thing, while sipping water upside down, 193 is the lowest i've been in 3 years, and i was starting to feel like i'd be stuck between 196-195 forever. i woosh! hopefully i can keep it rolling! So i repeat yesterdays menu

B: coffee, 2 turkey sausage patties
L: can of tuna with mayo, cucumber slices, babybel cheeeeeeeese
D: few more cucumber slices. Dinner tends to be light. (I will not be tempted by the fish sticks in the freezer. will not. kick rocks- fish stick.)
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Beautiful day in Vermont wasn't it Tony. Too bad I spent the morning steaming wall paper and prepping walls to paint. lol

I did cook up 4 hamburgers this morning and have eaten one with just salt and one with mayo. BlondieBlue, I will probably have the one at dinner with the Franks mixed with mayo. I love that stuff too! I love to make chicken fingers by rolling them in crushed pork rinds and frying in coconut oil then dipping them in mayo and franks. Wish it wasn't so messy and time consuming to fix them.

Going back to Fit Day and figure out carbs and calories again to see if I can get the scale moving again.

FF, I love ribs but I can never get enough to fill me up. I would have to order at least a couple of large orders.

Marilee, very nice profile picture. Where do you find these great seasonal pictures - you and Vicki both!

Artemis, I bet you will be down two pants sizes by this summer!

Well, I better get some work done at my house now. Have a good evening all!
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Hii Arte. Vicki gave me the website, but I don't have it here at home so I googled Google Images and there they are!

Easter is a very special holiday for me!
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if I did not already have the RONCO

i would get one myself. A friend of mine has one, and uses it quite often. I have always had some difficulty tieing a turkey on the RONCO. Once it was tied securely, the rest was easy. But, the Nu-Wave looks very easy to use. also, u cannot make a meatloaf on the RONCO, so i still must use the oven for that. FF
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artemis, thanks for the kind comment on the song...the strict plan is working partner...today i weighed in 1 lb. lighter than yesterday at 224.6...

blondie, i love your sense of humor - it's a bit warped like mine :-) congrats on getting so close to your 3-year-low!...you're gonna break that record very soon...

marilee, i am predicting you are gonna lead us to the promised land during this blitz, girl...

abi, it was beautiful in brattleboro - i was thinking about ya all day...we had lunch at a little bbq place on putney rd - i had some really good chicken...

ff, you should write a book on cooking contraptions...

had a good day today:
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d: grilled chicken salad

this curfew is eliminating a few hundred calories a day from my diet and that has to help...
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Tony, super on the one pound down. I stuck with the hamburger plan and was down 1/2 pound. If you were at Top of the Hill grill I was within walking distance! They have some really tasty food there. Hope you had a productive day!

Marilee, thanks for the image info. Easter is very special to me too!

FF, we used to have a charcoal grill years ago that had a rotisserie attached to it. Watching and smelling a chicken being cooked was so enjoyable. Almost as good as the eating part. I don't think they even make those any more. Eveything is gas grill now.

Did go to Fit Day. Had to sign up again because I couldn't remember my user name or my password. lol So the food I put in came to just under 2000 calories and just over 20 carbs. Probably will not have much success with that but since I was down a little will try it for a couple of more days and then start to tweek it.

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i beg to differ, Abi...

they use the charcoal grill on AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN quite often. I am sure if u took a trip to HOME DEPOT, or some such place, u will easily find one. We used to rent a bungalow up in the country, and unless it was raining, dinner was cooked on the charcoal grill every day. It is one of the disadvantages of living in a rental unit w/o a terrace that i cannot have charcoal grilled food. Last evening, I had my de riguer shimp and broccoli (my only source of carbs by the way, and roast pork egg fu young (w/o gravy, flour, sugar, or cornstarch which is what I mean m,y ATKINS-ized). An hour later, I had 2 thin slices of muenster cheese (about an oz). I am feeling less like 2 lbs of bologna in a 1 lb bag every day. FF
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hey abi, that's where we were - top of the hill grill!...too funny...sat in the little screen house where they had the gas stove running - nice view of the river...too bad you didn't walk over :-)

feeling a little better every morning...i start feeling thin-ish at around 112-114 lbs, so i have a ways to go to get to that point...i have promised myself that once i lose this weight again this time, i will not gain it back...hope i keep that promise!...

will make some chicken salad today to top my lunch salad, and will have an hb egg white for breakfast again with a lot of decaf green tea infused with cinnamom which i have been reading about - lots of health benefits...not sure about dinner yet - although i had my problems with fish, i may try some of abi's tilapia or other mild fish, baked...

i'll check back in a bit :-)
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ff, wanna be my curfew buddy?...that seemed to work for you last time...9 p.m., the mouth is closed - except for yawning or singing or...okay, just not open for eating! :-)
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Y'all are all cracking me up this morning!

Yesterday was a cross-training day so I did an hour of kickboxing last night. I had a blast but boy was it tiring! I forgot how much I loved it though. I keep fluctuating between a 5 lb range, so I've decided to start a detox on Monday which will last for 3 weeks. A friend and I did it last year. The first week was terrible, felt like I had the flu! But by the end of the third week I felt like a million bucks! Had tons more energy, slept better, and I lost 9 lbs in that few weeks to boot!
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just read about what artemis did yesterday and i have to take a nap... :-)
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Busy morning so I promise to drop by later.

Down 1.4 pounds since yesterday. I know this is the first day bonus...but I'll take it.

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although, i have not re-established an official

curfew time, i have abstained from solid food by 9PM., usually because i am too tired to chew by that time. However, Tony, i WILL make it official. No eats after 21:00 hours for either of us. THAT'S AN ORDER!!! FF
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Yup, i took a picture of the scale this morning. Until i realized that my phone was very heavy, then I made my boyfriend take the picture.


192.2!!! Holy woosh! Been a looooong time since I went down 2 lbs over night. i'm so freakin happy!!!

Going to a baseball game this afternoon, and glad i had the loss to help keep my resolve to not have hot dogs and beer. bf reminded me that i could eat a beef hot dog without the bun... however i'm going to the game with my manager and co-workers. I don't think it's a good idea to hunker down on a bunless dog in such a manner in such company. And the thought of hiding around a corner so i can eat it like a rat, just makes me sad.


FF- I asked about the NuWave since you have similar gadjets... I have a NuWave and I swear by it. Cook almost everything in it. I've even made a cake in it! (not recently...)
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okay, ff, we're curfew buddies again!!!

congrats to marilee and blondie on today's losses!...awesome!...i'll join in with a .8 lb. drop since yesterday, so i am at 223.8 this morning...

had an hb egg white and some steamed broccoli for breakfast and about 2 ounces of grilled chicken for lunch...will decide on the dinner menu when i get to the market...

enjoy the game blondie!...
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i knew u would like the Nu-Wave

everybody does!!! Congrats for the lbs losses. I am going back to the Dr on 4/14/12. We will discuss my labs. I know my sugar is high. it should be considerably lower by 4/14/12, if i keep to my 5 gr limit. She will try to push chol meds on me. again the answer will be NO. If chol was that much of a problem, I should be dead by now. It is triglycerides that is most significant, the lower the # the better (below 100 is best says Dr. Atkins.)I just polished off a turkey and swiss sandwitch on a hard roll. Do I HAVE TO say it? Of course, i tossed the roll. U might say I de-HEXED it...(check the spelling above)by losing the starch. FF
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hey curfew-buddy - nice job tossing the roll... :-)

picked up some haddock for tonight - gonna broil it with some seasoning i think...

just had a salad topped with chicken salad and it was good and i am satisfied...i know i'll be hungry again around 8 so i'll have some fish then and be done long before curfew...

hope everyone is having a great day!

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luciano was not sure he could make it this evening.

i am shaggers. i told him to come back on Sunday evening. I am doing the laundry, and then having dinner about 8pm. by 9 pm i should be sawing wood. FF
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ff must have a pretty good pile of wood sawn by now...lol...

had a good night tonight...broiled the fresh haddock with olive oil and rosemary/ginger seasoning...and i roasted assorted veggies in olive oil in a cast iron skillet in the oven...so so good...

not as hungry tonight as i have been previous nights after curfew...

in the "you'd have been proud of me" category: today i visited a friend in a rehab hospital, and he was craving mcdonalds, so i picked him up an angus cheeseburger combo and drove 10 minutes with it in the car and didn't steal a single french fry :-)

day three is in the rear-view mirror and i'm feeling better every day...hope everyone else is feeling strong!...we're gonna rock this, kids...
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I'm proud of everyone's resolve and successes this week! Smelling those french fries must have been torturing Tony! With the cool winds we have had this week you would have to sit in the screened house with the gas stove going! I had a nice view of the river too but I was sanding patch work! Love spackle dust in the hair - it gives it such body.

FF, did the charcoal grill have an electric rotisserie attached? Thats what I'm talking about. I have not seen that set up for years.

I am thinking my hip problem may be sciatica as I also have a pain in the side of my calf that comes and goes with the hip pain. Anyway, I've decided it is not life threatening so will live with it. With all the up and down ladders it will probably work itself out if it is some kind of disc compression going on.

Eating hamburgers and salad today. Have a great Thursday all!
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Down another 2.8! I attribute this to two things - the early stage of VLC and since I'm not at work sitting on my big ole butt, I'm moving more, mostly due to be antsy about having the men in the patio putting in the landscaping. Could be nervous energy, too! The only down side is my body aches - knee, hips, etc.

Abi I'm sorry about the pain you are experiencing. It is so debilitating (I'm sure I spelled that wrong!).

Yes, we seem to be one resolved group this Blitz!

BlondieBlue, how was the game? Did you hide and wolf down a hot dog? I admire your restraint.

Well, the patio looks beautiful! When I originally contracted for this project, it included 3, 5 gallon trellis bouganvillia. When they came, the landscaper said there was no way he was going to do 5 gallon and he brought 15 gallong. They are big and beautiful and will soon be covering all 3 walls (I had to leave the wall with the spiggot and cable box uncovered. So, now I have fuschia bouganvilla, yellow bells and purple rubellia (I KNOW I spelled that one wrong), and a dward orange tree. The automatic drip watering system is working and they laid the gravel. Today the final step - the pavers will be laid over the cement slab.

They were kind enough to haul off ALL of the old, yucky furniture I had out there so I'm starting from scratch. Tomorrow morning, I'll take a chair out and enjoy my coffee looking at the beauty!

Anywho...Not sure what I'm going to do for Easter dinner. I'm not going anywhere after church so I may have ham and asparagus and a nice, big salad. As you can see I'm not doing hhcg quite yet. It is so drastic, I like to kind of purge my body from all the bad stuff by going LC for a week and detoxing. I'll start on Monday when I'm back to work.

I know it's early, but how's everyone else doing?
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no abi...sorry, i misunderstood.

it was a plain old -fashioned charcoal grill. However, there are so many varieties these days....Have faith, and i am sure one will turn up. If they are not in the stores, you might be able to get one online, like I did with my audio cassette recorder. Once I made it official, curfew was a bit more challenging. For dinner, I had the chopped steak (aka a larger hamburger). I put 2 T Victoria's marinara sauce with generous shakes of oregano, minced garlic, and pepperoncino (hot pepper flakes). I nuked that for 60 seconds, then i added 2 thin slices of muenster on top, and nuked that for 30 seconds, till it was melted and bubbly hot. I had that with broccoli sauted in garlic. Before that, i had a pint container of chicken broth. It was about 8 PM when that was over. I was thinking about heating up the chinese ribs, but i restrained myself. I had a classical CD fest on my computer while reading. I did not put the lights out till 1:15 am. But, I kept to the curfew. Tonight is a McD night. I will most certainly finish the ribs and augment it with an Angus Burger or 2. However, there is a good chance that by quitting time, I will make completely different choices. But whatever low carb choices i make, they will have been consumed before 9:00pm. Tony, i hope u had similar success. I did think it through. I said to myself...lWhy do I want to run to the kitchen and heat up the ribs? If this was late spring or summer, I would be outside, away from temptation. It is ONLY because i AM upstairs, and so close to the fridge. Fortunately I needed 2 hands for the book I am reading. ALWAYS keep both hands busy!!! That's the ticket!!! FF
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Ok, so all the soreness from the kickboxing is just now catching up with me...wow! I could hardly pull myself outta bed this morning. But sometimes soreness feels good...I know I'm a weirdo.

I am hoping that it is not raining when I get off work today so that I can get 3 miles in before I pack my bags for my weekend trip. My parents are planning something a bit more non-traditional for Easter dinner and are having a good ole'-fashioned southern fish fry. I will try to enjoy it as it will be my last meal before starting detox on Monday.

Sounds like everyone is on track and thinking positively. In my experiences, a lot of weight loss is mind over matter. To a large extent, our bodies will do what our brain tells it to do. Keep up the good work my beautiful friends!
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oh, artemis, tell me they are frying catfish!...that is my absolute favorite food - next is fried chicken - now you have some insight into how i ended up in a weight-loss forum :-) ENJOY IT FOR ME!

marilee, you will just have to post some photos of the patio and the view when you have time!...sounds lovely...is that where we are all gonna party?...btw, your easter dinner menu sounds yummo!

hey curfew-buddy - nice job holding off on the ribs - now you have them for tonight...i am sticking to the curfew with no slips at all...

abi, i hope you don't have an arthritic hip like i do...part of my exercise routine included squats and i am having to eliminate them as it has made my hip worse...hope you feel better soon... :-)

can't wait to hear what kind of trouble blondie got into at the ballpark... :-)

oh jenny, oh kbeth, oh clanger, oh shadows, oh others, where are you?...

i think it's gonna be an hb egg white for breakfast, leftover broiled fish for lunch, and ??? for dinner, with a salad mixed in somewhere...

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early lost my lunch, just now.

I mean that quite literally. the 3 containers fell out of my hands and onto the floor. Fortunately the tops stayed on. It would have been an ugly mess, as there was a scoop of egg salad, scoop of tuna salad, and a scoop of chicken salad. I am hoping that i will not feel the need to eat it all. the unused portions will keep in the fridge till Monday. So, what will y'all be eating for your Easter meal? I should be home by late afternoon, early evening the latest. right now, i am thinking salmon. Tonight, i am sticking to my a.m. plan: McD (supplemented by the ribs, IF NECESSARY). I wish everyone HAPPY (on plan as much as possible) HOLIDAYS. Love & Profits: FLATFERENGHI
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i wolfed down the egg salad and the courageous (chicken)salad

But, i will save the tuna for Monday. I am satisfied. I will postpone dinner till 8 pm, if the Angus aroma does not get me first, My 5 gr of carbs will come from the grilled chicken Caesar salad, also from McD. i may not be a MAN WITH A PLAN, but i am most certainly a TROLL WITH A GOAL. From time to time, i think about our former LCF Warrior Scholar (Adam). i hope that wherever he is, he is happy doing whatever he is doing. FF
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