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Old 04-21-2013, 07:34 AM   #1501
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Down another .5 this morning to 154!

I think that's been about 2.5 pounds this week if I'm not mistaken... I'm not used to losing that fast, so I have NO idea what's going on. But I like it, so long as it's healthy! Maybe my body's just been shocked back into eating home cooked meals again after all that dining out for almost two months. I know dining in is much more precise, and much healthier too for the most part
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Weigh-in this morning ... 194.5 for a tiny bounce. It still boggles my mind that I've lost 70 pounds. I lost the first 20 or so doing my own version of LC that was Atkinsesque with net carbs. Then I hit the stall that most people hit at about that much lost. Then I explored the EFGT sub-forum and joined a LCHF challenge thread where the goal was over 80% fat. That took me to 205 where I got stuck for months [eta: I went back to a more normal Atkinsesque approach at 205]. I backslid, gained back to 216 and found NK.

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Weigh-in this morning ... 194.5 for a tiny bounce. It still boggles my mind that I've lost 75 pounds. I lost the first 20 or so doing my own version of LC that was Atkinsesque with net carbs. Then I hit the stall that most people hit at about that much lost. Then I explored the EFGT sub-forum and joined a LCHF challenge thread where the goal was over 80% fat. That took me to 205 where I got stuck for months [eta: I went back to a more normal Atkinsesque approach at 205]. I backslid, gained back to 216 and found NK.
Wahoo!!
75 lbs is amazing!!
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Down another .5 this morning to 154!

I think that's been about 2.5 pounds this week if I'm not mistaken... I'm not used to losing that fast, so I have NO idea what's going on. But I like it, so long as it's healthy! Maybe my body's just been shocked back into eating home cooked meals again after all that dining out for almost two months. I know dining in is much more precise, and much healthier too for the most part
Hooray Melanie!!!
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Down another .5 this morning to 154!

I think that's been about 2.5 pounds this week if I'm not mistaken... I'm not used to losing that fast, so I have NO idea what's going on. But I like it, so long as it's healthy! Maybe my body's just been shocked back into eating home cooked meals again after all that dining out for almost two months. I know dining in is much more precise, and much healthier too for the most part
Yahoo!
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Exercise always causes my scale to show a gain. Water retention.
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Down another .5 this morning to 154!

I think that's been about 2.5 pounds this week if I'm not mistaken... I'm not used to losing that fast, so I have NO idea what's going on. But I like it, so long as it's healthy! Maybe my body's just been shocked back into eating home cooked meals again after all that dining out for almost two months. I know dining in is much more precise, and much healthier too for the most part
you are on a roll!
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Weigh-in this morning ... 194.5 for a tiny bounce. It still boggles my mind that I've lost 75 pounds. I lost the first 20 or so doing my own version of LC that was Atkinsesque with net carbs. Then I hit the stall that most people hit at about that much lost. Then I explored the EFGT sub-forum and joined a LCHF challenge thread where the goal was over 80% fat. That took me to 205 where I got stuck for months [eta: I went back to a more normal Atkinsesque approach at 205]. I backslid, gained back to 216 and found NK.
Congrats on 75lbs!

I'm starting to see the little bounces are really no big deal.
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Weigh-in this morning ... 194.5 for a tiny bounce. It still boggles my mind that I've lost 75 pounds. I lost the first 20 or so doing my own version of LC that was Atkinsesque with net carbs. Then I hit the stall that most people hit at about that much lost. Then I explored the EFGT sub-forum and joined a LCHF challenge thread where the goal was over 80% fat. That took me to 205 where I got stuck for months [eta: I went back to a more normal Atkinsesque approach at 205]. I backslid, gained back to 216 and found NK.
Dang! That just overshadows the tiny bounce, doesn't it? That's fantastic! I was just noticing how far you'd come since your start date actually before you posted this... I'm so glad you found NK, and found something that works for you. I was the same way before, losing, then hitting an invisible brick wall, then gaining it back again. NK is fantastic, and I'm so glad I found it too!

So proud of you reddarin! Congrats on the 70 pounds lost, and KUTGW! You're such an inspiration to a lot of us here (myself included) and it's great to watch every single one of us progress further in the right direction every day thanks to this board and this WOE

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Down another .5 this morning to 154!

I think that's been about 2.5 pounds this week if I'm not mistaken... I'm not used to losing that fast, so I have NO idea what's going on. But I like it, so long as it's healthy! Maybe my body's just been shocked back into eating home cooked meals again after all that dining out for almost two months. I know dining in is much more precise, and much healthier too for the most part
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Weigh-in this morning ... 194.5 for a tiny bounce. It still boggles my mind that I've lost 70 pounds. I lost the first 20 or so doing my own version of LC that was Atkinsesque with net carbs. Then I hit the stall that most people hit at about that much lost. Then I explored the EFGT sub-forum and joined a LCHF challenge thread where the goal was over 80% fat. That took me to 205 where I got stuck for months [eta: I went back to a more normal Atkinsesque approach at 205]. I backslid, gained back to 216 and found NK.
Forget the bounce. 70 lbs

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I don't Cheryl but if I was out and about and it was available I might for a nice change.
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Once in a while I'll drink some of DHs powerade zero. But I think that's different?
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Dr. Eades just made a blog post about a free for today Kindle book:

"Freud, Murder, and Fame: Lessons in Psychology's Fascinating History [Kindle Edition]".
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He he I got that too. I just downloaded it.
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I hope it is good. I read another book that was supposed to be about critical thinking and it was truly pathetic.
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I hope it is good. I read another book that was supposed to be about critical thinking and it was truly pathetic.
Have you read Generation Me?
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Here is a debate between Dr. T. Colin Campbell (Ph.D.) and Dr. Westman (M.D.). It was an odd debate because it wasn't much of an actual debate. They both had about 20 minutes of prepared remarks and then they both presented rebuttals to the other's prepared remarks but they seemed to have at least a summary of the other person's first 20 minute block of remarks. Then they answered screened questions from the audience.

You can see why vegetarianism gets such a hold on people with the way Campbell argues his case. Westman, I think, did not spend enough time debunking those arguments that are based in a large part on correlation and epidemiological studies. He did cover it but not enough to dislodge the disinformation aspect of that sort of bad science (really propaganda) - that is forming conclusions rather than questions from material like that.

Another interesting thing is that while Westman was clear that he thought better health was the common goal and there are valid different approaches to that end, Campbell was not - his way was the only way.

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That's probably what it is. I know my right calf muscle and piriformis muscles are sore, so probably swollen a bit. Looking forward to seeing body fat % results tomorrow morning 'cause those numbers don't lie, even if the scale enjoys tormenting me. Can't go into the doc's office on Tuesday without some positive results...
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Hmm... well, I finally made the leap and bought myself some Carlson Cod Liver Oil. That stuff is NOT cheap! I do hope it helps though because I read that it's good for many things, high BP being one of them. So if I can get those numbers down, that'd be great.

I also picked up some Hawthorn to try taking, not sure if anyone else here has any experience with that. I didn't find any drug interactions with anything I'm taking, and it's supposed to help with high BP too... so I'm pretty much willing to try anything at this point!
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Hmm... well, I finally made the leap and bought myself some Carlson Cod Liver Oil. That stuff is NOT cheap! I do hope it helps though because I read that it's good for many things, high BP being one of them. So if I can get those numbers down, that'd be great.

I also picked up some Hawthorn to try taking, not sure if anyone else here has any experience with that. I didn't find any drug interactions with anything I'm taking, and it's supposed to help with high BP too... so I'm pretty much willing to try anything at this point!
I took Hawthorne when my hyperthyroid symptoms had my heart rate up way too high.
Seemed to help a little.
Calcium and magnesium helped too. They relax the blood vessels. The combo of calcium and mag are relaxing and I use them for migraines too.
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I took Hawthorne when my hyperthyroid symptoms had my heart rate up way too high.
Seemed to help a little.
Calcium and magnesium helped too. They relax the blood vessels. The combo of calcium and mag are relaxing and I use them for migraines too.
Thank you! I'm actually hypothyroid with high BP, go figure... although I guess it does go both ways, and it is a symptom of both. I also have a family history of high BP as well as adrenal problems and PCOS so I'm just being whammied all over the place with issues relating to it

Hoping to see a little improvement from Hawthorn myself pretty soon. Did it cause you to be drowsy at all, do you remember? It might be hard to say since you were saying you were hyper at the time and I know that sometimes correlates to higher than normal energy levels... I'm hoping to take it at bedtime and HOPING for a sedative effect like some people mentioned, because I've had a terrible time sleeping the past 3 days. I'm guessing it's due to stress and my BP elevating as a result of it though

I get 500mg of calcium from my multi and I take 350mg of magnesium a day right now. I may eventually up my magnesium a tad and see if that helps anything. I hear potassium is REALLY important in leveling out high BP too so I'm wondering if I'm actually still low even though I supplement now. I may bump that up a touch too and see if it helps, because I hardly get avocados in my diet lately and don't eat bananas at all
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Thank you! I'm actually hypothyroid with high BP, go figure... although I guess it does go both ways, and it is a symptom of both. I also have a family history of high BP as well as adrenal problems and PCOS so I'm just being whammied all over the place with issues relating to it

Hoping to see a little improvement from Hawthorn myself pretty soon. Did it cause you to be drowsy at all, do you remember? It might be hard to say since you were saying you were hyper at the time and I know that sometimes correlates to higher than normal energy levels... I'm hoping to take it at bedtime and HOPING for a sedative effect like some people mentioned, because I've had a terrible time sleeping the past 3 days. I'm guessing it's due to stress and my BP elevating as a result of it though

I get 500mg of calcium from my multi and I take 350mg of magnesium a day right now. I may eventually up my magnesium a tad and see if that helps anything. I hear potassium is REALLY important in leveling out high BP too so I'm wondering if I'm actually still low even though I supplement now. I may bump that up a touch too and see if it helps, because I hardly get avocados in my diet lately and don't eat bananas at all
Haha, at the time my resting heart rate was 120, I bounced off the walls like a rat on acid. I would be up scrubbing the floors with a toothbrush at 3am. lol I judged my thyroid by my laundry. When I was hyper there was not a stitch of dirty laundry anywhere in the house.
you can look around my house this morning and clearly see my I am no longer hyper. lol it is a mess.
Getting soy out of your diet may be very helpful for your thyroid. Do you have a goiter?
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Hi everybody! I was up about a lb this morning but I am dealing with the big C and I didn't drink enough water yesterday. It's funny though because my numbers were much closer to what I was aiming for...I still haven't figured out how to use the meter. Hopefully I'll have time to read the instructions today.

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Haha, at the time my resting heart rate was 120, I bounced off the walls like a rat on acid. I would be up scrubbing the floors with a toothbrush at 3am. lol I judged my thyroid by my laundry. When I was hyper there was not a stitch of dirty laundry anywhere in the house.
you can look around my house this morning and clearly see my I am no longer hyper. lol it is a mess.
Getting soy out of your diet may be very helpful for your thyroid. Do you have a goiter?
Oh man... no WONDER my apartment is a wreck!

I pretty much cut soy out of my diet thankfully (it's bad for my PCOS too!) and only get the small amount now and again from commercial salad dressings (2T once in a while, and I'm TRYING to come around to making my own) and the mayo at restaurants which is a once in a while thing too now. I drink almond milk instead of soy, and don't eat tofu anymore either. Oh, and no processed frankenfoods with soy either! I always read the labels

I don't have a goiter, no... at least I don't think so! I do have a tiny lump that I can feel in my neck if I tilt my head all the way back and run my fingers across that spot, but nothing visible. I'm assuming my thyroid issues are autoimmune (after reading up so much about thyroid conditions I'm almost certain my mother suffered with the same thing as me for YEARS and that's eventually what led to her early death) so I don't suspect iodine or anything like that to be an issue.

Thankfully I'll be going to see a new doctor on May 6th who will HOPEFULLY give me NDT to treat my thyroid, as well as run the correct panels to test for vitamin deficiencies (right now I'm just self-medicating with those and completely guessing ) and take care of my adrenals which are probably completely shot at this point from years and years of ceaseless stress Right now I'm on a T4 only medication (Levothyroxine) and it's KILLING me. I feel worse now that I'm taking it, and I seriously wonder if that's contributing to my raising BP too because I've done research that indicates T4 only drugs do this in many hypo patients.

I'm just REALLY hoping to get my levels down before seeing him, or that he at least understands enough to know that it's likely a THYROID issue and I shouldn't be on BP meds for it. From what I've read, once your thyroid and adrenal diseases are regulated and managed the BP comes down along with cholesterol and all that good stuff... so fingers crossed there that it's true for me, and I have a reasonable doctor! I have to drive hours to get to him, so I'm hoping he's as good as people say he is

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