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Old 02-15-2013, 11:44 AM   #451
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Welcome, Sbaroo! And ITA! Darin is such a wealth of knowledge and shares it so generously!

zgirl, Happy you seem to have found what works! I assume that when you (general you) get to a good weight for you, that as long as you're getting enough calories, you'll stop losing. If I was you, I think I'd see where it took me as long as I was feeling well and energetic. Of course, I've never had to worry about being underweight, so you can take that with a grain of salt.

Do we know of anyone who hit the endpoint of NK, like lost some weight and then stabilized at a healthy comfortable weight? Maybe kristn/mom2zeke. I know she's hit her goal, but not sure if she's comfortably stable.
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Old 02-15-2013, 12:00 PM   #452
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Weigh-in this morning ... 202.6. Down a tiny bit. Man I can't weight to get back under 200.
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Congrats - almost there! Was the pun intended, by the way (weigh)?
No! Dang spell checker lol

I'm gonna have to add an alarm to my extension to alert me to posting prior to the second cup of coffee.
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From what I've seen, not too many people have made 'Goal!' posts (haha) with NK. There was a thread for NK successes but it didn't get much attention.

Anecdotally speaking, most people here doing NK are either already at goal or they are trying to break a ghastly long term stall.

Strictly speaking, I did hit goal at 186. I was wondering why I still had a belly and I was considering having to work out to reshape my body. SouthernGirl popped my balloon by pointing out that there is an actual measurement for frame size and I found out that I had another 10 to 20 pounds to go (because I am medium framed not large framed).

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It may be a bit premature, but I am going to go there:

A casein protein shake with added coconut oil is the best thing that ever happened to me.

Had one scoop w/ a cup of almond milk and 37g of coconut oil for breakfast at 8A this morning. It is almost 5 pm and I am just now getting hungry. I worked out at 3 for an hour and still wasn't hungry after. Y'all, do you know how much I'm going to save on groceries now with this discovery?!

Headed to Texas Roadhouse for dinner-- ribeye, broccoli, and caesar salad. Yum.

Have a good night everyone!
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It may be a bit premature, but I am going to go there:

A casein protein shake with added coconut oil is the best thing that ever happened to me.

Had one scoop w/ a cup of almond milk and 37g of coconut oil for breakfast at 8A this morning. It is almost 5 pm and I am just now getting hungry. I worked out at 3 for an hour and still wasn't hungry after. Y'all, do you know how much I'm going to save on groceries now with this discovery?!
That sounds delicious - what protein powder do you use? Enjoy your dinner - that sounds great too
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Sheesh what a day. Running your own biz has it's perks but it can surly suck sometimes. I love the kids but adults can be another matter altogether.
I need a glass of wine and a butt kicking movie,

Subaroo, nice to meet ya.

Miss ya Buffy, Check in and tell us how you are.

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How goes it Becky? When you start the new Job?

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No! Dang spell checker lol

I'm gonna have to add an alarm to my extension to alert me to posting prior to the second cup of coffee.
Haha I had to ask - you're always slipping in so many clever little jokes and double entendres that I can never be sure!

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From what I've seen, not too many people have made 'Goal!' posts (haha) with NK. There was a thread for NK successes but it didn't get much attention.

Anecdotally speaking, most people here doing NK are either already at goal or they are trying to break a ghastly long term stall.

Strictly speaking, I did hit goal at 186. I was wondering why I still had a belly and I was considering having to work out to reshape my body. SouthernGirl popped my balloon by pointing out that there is an actual measurement for frame size and I found out that I had another 10 to 20 pounds to go (because I am medium framed not large framed).

This is interesting. I'm pretty small framed (and short - 5'2) and I weighed in this week at 104 lbs. So I'm not too concerned about losing any more weight, but I would like to trade in some body fat for muscle mass. I guess I should cut back on the cardio and focus on strength training. Rubidoux, you said to make sure I'm eating enough calories... problem is I'm not quite sure what to aim for. I don't want to kick myself out of ketosis but I suppose I could eat a little more. Up the fats, maybe?
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Aww thanks Cheryl! Hugs to you too... and hope you get to unwind tonight. What kind of business do you run?
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Home daycare. Been a long week
Love the working with the kids part of the job, The business part can be a pain sometimes. I have to work very hard not to be a pushover.

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That sounds delicious - what protein powder do you use? Enjoy your dinner - that sounds great too
I use Optimum Nutrition casein protein powder in Chocolate Surpeme. Good stuff. I used to think protein shakes were a waste of time cause I was always hungry an hour after drinking one.. then I learned the difference between whey (what I was drinking) and other kinds of protein..

Whey is quick digesting because its meant to be drunk (dranken?) after a workout to replenish and repair muscles. Casein is slow digesting and many weightlifters drink it before bed so they don't wake up in the middle of the night from hunger.

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Today I focused on not only doing LC, Fast 5, but also doing my first day as NK. After reading all the intro (thank you for all that, I never would have figured all this out) and doing the formulas-I think I did OK.
I figure today was 81/14/5 and about 1977 calories. GASP. To get the fat high enough I finished my day with a good-sized bowl of cauliflower soup made with HWC, butter and added sausage. High fat that recipe! earlier I had white meat chicken breast made into chicken salad with lots of mayo wrapped up in lettuce leaves, collards cooked with olive oil, 5 olives. Seems like more food and richer than I usually go for-thus more calories. My goal weight is 165 so calories are figured at 2250 for sedentary and I'm to strive for 75/20/5. It does take some calculating as you go. Does it get easier making sure you're getting your % right?
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Watch "The Man from Nowhere" (2010). It is an awesome Korean movie.

The first Expendables was excellent. The second one was terrible. Worse than terrible.

Deja Vu was good.

For pure awesome fighting, Ong-bak (2003) is amazing. The story is a bit silly but the long bar fight scene is something to see.

Ip Man, Ip Man 2 (a prequel), Ip Man 3 - all super awesome films about the guy that trained Bruce Lee. Watch it with subtitles for the best experience.

If you want mushy kick butt then The Notebook is probably it.

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This is interesting. I'm pretty small framed (and short - 5'2) and I weighed in this week at 104 lbs. So I'm not too concerned about losing any more weight, but I would like to trade in some body fat for muscle mass. I guess I should cut back on the cardio and focus on strength training. Rubidoux, you said to make sure I'm eating enough calories... problem is I'm not quite sure what to aim for. I don't want to kick myself out of ketosis but I suppose I could eat a little more. Up the fats, maybe?
(104/2.2)*35 = 1654 calories for maintenance. Start there and go up or down a little as needed. Add calories with fat. There is a little wiggle room with protein too. Well, a lot of wiggle room depending on how sensitive you are to it as far as insulin response goes.
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Today I focused on not only doing LC, Fast 5, but also doing my first day as NK. After reading all the intro (thank you for all that, I never would have figured all this out) and doing the formulas-I think I did OK.
I figure today was 81/14/5 and about 1977 calories. GASP. To get the fat high enough I finished my day with a good-sized bowl of cauliflower soup made with HWC, butter and added sausage. High fat that recipe! earlier I had white meat chicken breast made into chicken salad with lots of mayo wrapped up in lettuce leaves, collards cooked with olive oil, 5 olives. Seems like more food and richer than I usually go for-thus more calories. My goal weight is 165 so calories are figured at 2250 for sedentary and I'm to strive for 75/20/5. It does take some calculating as you go. Does it get easier making sure you're getting your % right?
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Be sure you take measurements so the scale doesn't sabotage your efforts. And remember that the *30 is a starting place you can adjust as you go. Be patient and adjust slowly so you can be sure about what is working.

Yes, the % do make it a lot easier to keep an eye on how your day is going. When I am doing my log, the first thing I look at is my protein grams. I keep my carbs real low so normally I know already they are low and look at my macro %s to keep on track.

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I start Monday!,!i was up .6 this morning we ate out last night,,and I always gain when I do that..I only had 4 oz steak nothing eles...
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Today I focused on not only doing LC, Fast 5, but also doing my first day as NK. After reading all the intro (thank you for all that, I never would have figured all this out) and doing the formulas-I think I did OK.
I figure today was 81/14/5 and about 1977 calories. GASP. To get the fat high enough I finished my day with a good-sized bowl of cauliflower soup made with HWC, butter and added sausage. High fat that recipe! earlier I had white meat chicken breast made into chicken salad with lots of mayo wrapped up in lettuce leaves, collards cooked with olive oil, 5 olives. Seems like more food and richer than I usually go for-thus more calories. My goal weight is 165 so calories are figured at 2250 for sedentary and I'm to strive for 75/20/5. It does take some calculating as you go. Does it get easier making sure you're getting your % right?
oooohhhh, I wanna eat at your house
That sounded like some good eats
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Watch "The Man from Nowhere" (2010). It is an awesome Korean movie.

The first Expendables was excellent. The second one was terrible. Worse than terrible.

Deja Vu was good.

For pure awesome fighting, Ong-bak (2003) is amazing. The story is a bit silly but the long bar fight scene is something to see.

Ip Man, Ip Man 2 (a prequel), Ip Man 3 - all super awesome films about the guy that trained Bruce Lee. Watch it with subtitles for the best experience.

If you want mushy kick butt then The Notebook is probably it.

Thanks Darin. I am gonna check these out. I love a great Butt Kicking Movie
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Oh lol The Notebook is strictly mushy
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The Ip Man movies are really neat. That guy had a heck of a life story. And the movies are done really well. Lots of humor and some interesting historical stuff.

It is probably worth watching them out of order - 2, then 1, then 3.
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I just want to reiterate that The Man From Nowhere must be watched with subtitles.
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Food log - Feb 15, 2013

Numbers and log for today.

Calories: 2,103

Fat: 170
Pro: 117
Car: 34

71/23/6

Breakfast: Coffee, CO, HWC.
Lunch: None.
Dinner: Chicken, sour cream, fried cabbage with a little bacon, tomato.
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Looks good, Red. I'm STILL thinking of that cabbage I fried up with onions and bacons the other day. Need to make that again!
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It was really tasty
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I had steak and salad for dinner salad was spinch,cucumber,radish and avocado ,I made dressing out of vinegar ,olive oil and little stevia yummy h loved it!!
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I went on Bioidenticals and supplements for cortisol, now the weight is down, back in my normal range, but bonus, the tummy fat has disappeared. Another bonus, I am calm and back to feeling happy and in control...hormones are essential to us all...melatonin too, don't forget that one helps us get sleep, if you don't make enough as you age, you can cause fat to creep up from lack of sleep. Vicious cycle.

I had to cut back on fat actually, I am moderate not high now; and added up to 50 carbs, increased protein, but went to eating only when hungry, no carbs but veggies and apples one a day...too much fat was making my stomach miserable and nausea was not fun. We all have learned how to tweak this to work for us, as each are different. NK is evolving, it doesn't seem to me to be an exact science for all yet...
Hi Southern Girl
What you shared here is very similar to my situation this year. I also was low on cortisol. Am taking Isocort now & feeling much better. What do you take for cortisol? Just wondering if there are other options out there, as my system seems to be reacting to something. Hopefully its not the Isocort!

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Well, I had been trying to up my calories and to eat more often throughout the day (mostly bc you can't eat all your calories after 8 pm if you're going to bed by midnight). Did not work out today! I was just running around all day without a chance to eat, so I had coffee with HWC in the am and then dinner at about 6:45. Now it's almost 9 and I feel stuffed and I've only had 938 calories today. I do think I'll get a snack in, but not 500 calories worth.

OTOH, I felt so much better all day today than I have been when I eat during the day. It's really like once I start I don't want to stop. I think about food all day. But if I don't eat, I feel fine and don't think about it. If I get hungry, I just feel empty but not desperate. Whereas if I have already eaten, I feel a little desperate even if I'm not hungry. Maybe I need to stay up later or something... Or maybe do some sort of JUDDD-type schedule.

ETA: zgirl (or anyone else who likes them), I just saw that you listed sardines on your grocery list. Tell me about them! Do they have heads? Do you just close your eyes and hold your breath and swallow? Or do you chew? Do you do anything to them? I'm pretty sure I've never tried one and before recently I had no reason to want to, but I just read this post about whole little fish on Ned Kock's blog that makes me wish I could love them.

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Man I can't wait to get the hell out of Savannah. I love being startled awake by 8 gun shots at 2:30 AM.. and trying to convince myself it was just a car backfiring. Then all those flashing blue lights come flying by 5 minutes later :-/ I live in an upper/middle class, family-oriented part of town too!

In other news, I'm up at 2:30 meal planning for the week! :-)
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Well, I took another 2 pounds off, so that strange bump up WAS water weight. Now 5 pounds down from that. I really think its got something to do with those protein shakes with coconut oil. Mmmm.

Don't know if I'm gonna have any today though. Think I'll just take a shot of MCT oil after my smoothie.
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