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Old 12-05-2012, 10:35 AM   #391
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Wow today was a great loss day for us!
Congrats Mizzcase and dazygyrl and Becky!

I have felt so GOOD today.
Not sure what it is but I like it!

I gotta share this. My DD17 watched Fathead with me a few moths back. She started trying to keep her carbs under 100 a day. She does not weigh as it depresses her. She has gone down 2 jean sizes since she started. She had always tried to stay low fat before but know she eats bacon and eggs and sausage like me and her eczema is tons better.
She still has carbs but limits them. The best part is it is not like she is on a diet at all. She just eats more fat and less sugar and starch.
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I gotta share this. My DD17 watched Fathead with me a few moths back. She started trying to keep her carbs under 100 a day. She does not weigh as it depresses her. She has gone down 2 jean sizes since she started. She had always tried to stay low fat before but know she eats bacon and eggs and sausage like me and her eczema is tons better.
She still has carbs but limits them. The best part is it is not like she is on a diet at all. She just eats more fat and less sugar and starch.
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That is awesome Cheryl!! Give DD a hug from all of us and we are cheering her on!



Wow. 2 sizes in just a few months!

Have her give up wheat for 30 days to see if the rest of her eczema goes away. She can still have other types of carbs - corn, sugar, whatever.
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158!!! A new low

yahoo!!! I wonder if that vitamin c is helping me lose cause
I have been eating 90% cocoa and was afraid that would hinder my loss but it has been better.

No one else got sick yet.
Thanks Southerngirl about the vit C. I knew I should be taking it but I need reminding.
Yeah yeah yeah 158 yeah yeah yeah 158 oh yeah!
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Rough night last night.. ate my typical 1600 calories. Was still hungry so bye bye to half a can of macadamia nuts, 2 oz cream cheese, and I slice of pumpkin bake with about half a can of SWEETENED spray whipped cream..

Soooo I got on the scale this morning.. 120.8, -.4 from yesterday! What the what? Haha, this time last week I was 127.6, I will take a 6.8 pound weekly loss, even though it was mostly water weight.
That's absolutely fabulous! I agree with Red, I'll bet the bigger percentage is not water weight.

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whoa, mizzcase! that's awesome.

i was down a pound this morning. so salty gain gone plus a teeny bit.

today's plan: (2147 ceiling ... 2068 floor; protein -- 88-92g)

cals: 1946
protein: 81 g
fat: 174 g
carbs (total) -- 21 g


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6oz 75/25 ground beef w/homemade mayo and a little sf ketchup
2oz pecans

8oz chicken breast reheated in 2T butter, guy's bbq
2oz almonds

keeping it simple.
Nice job Buddy! What's your mayo recipe? I'm about ready to try again after my first disaster (never did thicken).

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I lost about 4 inches around my waist within four or five weeks of starting NK. Like from 44" to 39". I think I was at 38.5" at belly button level before I quit smoking and high dived off NK. I kept a log of my waist measurements and I'll continue that when I am back in the grove. I did check one time during my haze of smoking cessation bingeing (which looks weird but the Free Online Dictionary says that is correct or 'binging' but that makes me say 'bing ing' in my head when I see it while 'bingeing' produces the silent 'binge e i ing' but I digress) and I'd added at least an inch around my middle! That coincided with the huge jump on the scale.
That's awesome Red. That bit of advice has already helped me not let the scale do it's number (pun intended) on my brain. I already feel better in my own skin.

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I say my lowest this morning 163.6
Excellent Becky! WTG

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I posted this on another thread, but it's funny enough to mention twice. Mr. Lossgirl and I went out to an Italian restaurant last night. I asked about one of the sauces, because it sounded like it contained corn starch or sugar (it did, so I passed on it). Then my waitress said, "Since you can't eat a side of pasta, would you like a potato instead?"
That's so funny, I have the same problem. Half the time when I order a taco salad with no beans they put rice in it instead. So next time I order I say No Beans or Rice and they look at me funny and say We don't put rice in taco salads
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Wow today was a great loss day for us!
Congrats Mizzcase and dazygyrl and Becky!

I have felt so GOOD today.
Not sure what it is but I like it!

I gotta share this. My DD17 watched Fathead with me a few moths back. She started trying to keep her carbs under 100 a day. She does not weigh as it depresses her. She has gone down 2 jean sizes since she started. She had always tried to stay low fat before but know she eats bacon and eggs and sausage like me and her eczema is tons better.
She still has carbs but limits them. The best part is it is not like she is on a diet at all. She just eats more fat and less sugar and starch.
This is awesome! My DD34 makes way too much sugar available to my little grand daughters. One has an issue already but it's hard for me to interfere. I nudge slightly.
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That's so funny, I have the same problem. Half the time when I order a taco salad with no beans they put rice in it instead. So next time I order I say No Beans or Rice and they look at me funny and say We don't put rice in taco salads
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hi, terri

i think the key to mayo is an immersion blender. makes all the difference in the world.

but i used:

2 eggs
1 cup avocado oil
1 cup safflower oil
1.5-2 T dry ranch seasoning

whirled it all together with the hand blender (not electric mixer).
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When I started LC at 265, in jeans I was wearing a very tight 46 that probably would have been a very tight 48 if I hadn't worn them for so long. So I needed to be wearing a 48 at least and probably a 50 to actually be comfortable.

So, from 48-50 down to a 33 today

Wow. God Bless Gary Taubes for writing Why We Get Fat and Dr. Davis for writing Wheat Belly and Dr. Phinney for LC Living.

I went from 48-50 to the 34s in about 6 months? Maybe 8 months. I'd have to check my log to be sure but I know it was well under a year before I slipped into the 34s and did a happy dance.

I still have a stupid pot belly but it is small enough that I can suck in my gut and see what I'll look like at goal weight. That also jazzes me sometimes - that I can actually suck my gut in again lol.

If quantum physics were true LC'rs would have already reshaped reality with positive vibes ala The Lathe of Heaven. Prosecution rests.

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Oh, I forgot to mention. I also went from a 3x off the rack button up casual shirt where again I should have been at least in a 4x with a 5x probably being a bit loose fitting to... a Large. Although with my current pot belly an XL looks better on me. Till I get rid of that anyway. That is what made me think of the suck up the gut thing heh.

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Wow Red, you have really gone down in sizing! Very impressive and in such a short time.
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Wow! So many continuing successes. So encouraging to the rest of us.

On the pot belly, I wondered recently why mine seemed to return all of a sudden. Then it dawned on me that my waist had shrunk again, so it looked and felt like the belly had returned. But as of this week I have been wearing clothes I put away because I was not comfy in them, mostly shirts over the belly. I know I am still getting smaller.

I have noted Darin's numbers given to those similar in size/goal to me and have upped protein and calories. Because of long time LC, I naturally merged to less of this, less of that. Now having to up some things, is a fun new experiment. Very liberating.

There was a brief note back some time about fat bombs of meat. Did anyone experiment with that? I envision one of diced roast beef or ham, cream cheese, maybe CO, olives or pickles. I still have to be careful of any CO after about 10 am because it hypes me up and I can't get to sleep. Need to get my plastic ice cube trays out and experiment.

I also note I'm drinking/craving a lot less water. Have to make myself get up and get some. I keep a line on the bar of good ACV, baking soda, sea salt, lite salt, good aloe vera juice (that tastes like spring water, you can put it in your coffee or wine even). I used to sprinkle in this and that as needed. Now it seems unneeded.

Ahhh progress. I'll take it in any form. Good luck all. Dot
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Men don't wear jeans around their belly button so who knows what my across the belly measurement was back then. Scary big.

I'll have to scan old 'everyone is fat' documentary footage to see if I can claim some money for unrecompensed headless belly shots.
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Men don't wear jeans around their belly button so who knows what my across the belly measurement was back then. Scary big.

I'll have to scan old 'everyone is fat' documentary footage to see if I can claim some money for unrecompensed headless belly shots.
Let us all know,
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I went by Sears yesterday and bought some 33x34 and 32x34 505 jeans

At the moment I am wearing 34s and the 33s are a little bit tight with the 32s being too tight for public viewing lest I be subject to rude comments from passersby.

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Hmmm, that wouldn't exactly be called Camel Toe now would it?
I believe the term for that would be "moose knuckle"...
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158!!! A new low

yahoo!!! I wonder if that vitamin c is helping me lose cause
I have been eating 90% cocoa and was afraid that would hinder my loss but it has been better.

No one else got sick yet.
Thanks Southerngirl about the vit C. I knew I should be taking it but I need reminding.
Yeah yeah yeah 158 yeah yeah yeah 158 oh yeah!
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Rough night last night.. ate my typical 1600 calories. Was still hungry so bye bye to half a can of macadamia nuts, 2 oz cream cheese, and I slice of pumpkin bake with about half a can of SWEETENED spray whipped cream..

Soooo I got on the scale this morning.. 120.8, -.4 from yesterday! What the what? Haha, this time last week I was 127.6, I will take a 6.8 pound weekly loss, even though it was mostly water weight.




Way to go! I had half a can of macadamia nuts last night, are we trading vices on this board?



Another? Is there another accountant on this board? I hope to go into public, or headed to law school to study tax law-- all depends on what kind of job the sailor lands after getting out of the Navy. He is a nuclear engineer, so his job offers take precedence, I can get an accounting gig anywhere.
Thanks for the encouragement, I so appreciate it!



Woooooo! Way to go!
Whaaat!!? That's awesome! The more I eat, the more I lose. I can live with that!!!
oh and I'm not a certified accountant but I do accounts receivable where I work.

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whoa, mizzcase! that's awesome.

i was down a pound this morning. so salty gain gone plus a teeny bit.

today's plan: (2147 ceiling ... 2068 floor; protein -- 88-92g)

cals: 1946
protein: 81 g
fat: 174 g
carbs (total) -- 21 g


coffee w/ 6T hwc

6oz 75/25 ground beef w/homemade mayo and a little sf ketchup
2oz pecans

8oz chicken breast reheated in 2T butter, guy's bbq
2oz almonds

keeping it simple.
YAY again!

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Morning all sounds like all of you are doing a great job!
I say my lowest this morning 163.6
Was very busy yesterday I get to set up my stuff at a consignment store that will be open in jan.want cost me anything cause I'm going to work one day a week for her for free so a win for her and me now I get to go back to auctions makes me happy
Cheryl you go girlI'm tring to catch you.but you keep up that good work..some day we both will be there
WOOOHOOO congrats!
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Gawd I am OLD! I didn't know there was a companion term lol
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There was a brief note back some time about fat bombs of meat. Did anyone experiment with that? I envision one of diced roast beef or ham, cream cheese, maybe CO, olives or pickles. I still have to be careful of any CO after about 10 am because it hypes me up and I can't get to sleep. Need to get my plastic ice cube trays out and experiment.
Was it a long time ago? Seems like I remember that vaguely but not specifics off hand.

It'd have to be with meat that was tasty cold. Hmm. Maybe with prosciutto? I got that as a snack one day when I was out and about months ago, prosciutto with cheese. Very delicious cold.

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I posted this on another thread, but it's funny enough to mention twice. Mr. Lossgirl and I went out to an Italian restaurant last night. I asked about one of the sauces, because it sounded like it contained corn starch or sugar (it did, so I passed on it). Then my waitress said, "Since you can't eat a side of pasta, would you like a potato instead?"
How silly. I was a really great breakfast cafe the other day and ordered an omelet with NO sides. She asked me if I wanted to replace the hashbrowns and toast with a big pancake Haha

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Red the prosciutto with cheese is soooo yummy!! small cream cheese balls mixed with olives and wrapped in prosciutto would be devine in my book
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Neither did I! Moose knuckle?

So do we know what BBC is yet? I may have missed it.
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I have 8oz of cream cheese I need to use. I made banana cheese clouds with the other 8oz stick a few weeks ago - bad news for me. They are too tempting to have around here. I'm not sure that batch made it to the end of the day.
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I believe the term for that would be "moose knuckle"...
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Yesterday I ended up being near a wal-mart and hungry so I got about 8oz of peppered turkey breast deli-thin sliced fresh from the deli. Dang that is good stuff. I started to get some cheese too but I didn't want to eat too much when I had a lot of stuff at home to eat.

If I rode past someone snacking on naked lunch meat like that I'd would instantly assume/know they were LC'rs. Do you all? I'm always on the lookout for fellow healthy eaters.


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How silly. I was a really great breakfast cafe the other day and ordered an omelet with NO sides. She asked me if I wanted to replace the hashbrowns and toast with a big pancake Haha



Thanks so much for sharing your story with us Becky! I'm sure most of us use spellcheck and we always know what you are saying anyway
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No word on the mysterious BBC yet
Maybe the poster meant BPC.. Bulletproof coffee?
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Maybe the poster meant BPC.. Bulletproof coffee?
That makes sense. The poster said it was awful, I don't know why we want to know so badly...I guess to avoid it.

Any body else just NOT hungry today? I ate half of my breakfast and have no desire to eat anything else...
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Maybe the poster meant BPC.. Bulletproof coffee?
I bet you are right!! I racked my brains for a few mins trying to figure out what it might be if it were a typo and drew a blank. I don't drink BPC so I don't see that abbr. very often.

Buttery, oily coffee has to be an acquired taste lol. I love CO and it took me a bit to get used to CO in my coffee.

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