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Old 10-28-2010, 03:34 AM   #91
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I was up to 122 yesterday!! WTH? I had a bad weekend of eating,, cookies, pizza, etc I am so back on track this week. I am going to not weigh myself till friday,, (well I am going to try to wait till then) I was so disgusted with myself I almost cried.. i usually hold steady at 115
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Old 10-28-2010, 08:24 AM   #92
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I'm sorry Brenda. Have you changed a lot lately; maybe taking a new medicine, maybe something which would make you retain water? Its really discouraging if you feel like you have not done anything to deseve the weight gain. Maybe the extra eating over the weekend was a lot more than you thought. Did you expect a gain when you got on the scale or have you been able to eat like you did the past weekend and not gain in the past? So many questions. Good luck.
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Old 10-28-2010, 12:37 PM   #93
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I know for a fact that when I eat or drink something sugary - that's all I wrote. During the summer, I had one Bellini . . . I told my friend that I didn't want to have it but I allowed myself to do it - the next morning, I was up 1 lb.!! It came off after a few days, but that was just 1 lb. too many!


Brenda, at least you know what to do to get it off, can't wait to read your post that you have come down to 115 again . . .
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Old 10-28-2010, 02:46 PM   #94
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Well I think alot of the weight was water gain from too much salt. I was down to 118 this morning, I didnt wait till friday. Geezz, I feel much better, but will feel even better if I get back to 115. I stayed on plan really well so far today...
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Old 10-29-2010, 05:35 AM   #95
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120.6. Well within range, so no worries.
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121.2 today. All summer I was up around 123 which bothered me mentally. I would like to be under 120 but I will gladly take 121. This week it could be so much worse. I had a bout of food poisoning after eating at Sea World, have had a house guests 4 night stay turn into 12 nights, and got into a car accident.
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Old 10-29-2010, 07:39 AM   #97
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Good Going Maintainers

Well I'm at goal and honestly know I don't need to lose any more weight. I'm just too old for it. I already get stares and I know some people think I'm on the verge of being gaunt. A 62 year old Granny has no business wearing a Size 0 and Children's sizes. That is where I am now. Just about everything I have hangs on me. Funny, never thought I would say these things. I don't want to re-gain anything either and am going to really stick to Maintenance. 1500-1700 calories is my magic number and that allows me plenty to eat.
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Old 10-29-2010, 12:08 PM   #98
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Congrats to all. Jonah's granny, go for it as long as you feel healthy. Glad you have found a plan that really works for you.

125 this am and happy with that since I have been on vacation for several days and ate at will.
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Old 10-29-2010, 01:00 PM   #99
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I am at 147.8 (fluctuating between 147 and 148 this week). Reached my goal for October though.
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Old 10-29-2010, 01:00 PM   #100
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I put off weighing this morning because I felt big and thought perhaps my clothes were binding, then said, NOPE, Peanutte would NOT approve and weighed in anyway. 145!

I think the tight clothes are basically a by-product of an extra hot dryer; our washing machine croaked and we had to go to the laundromat this week. :blush:
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Old 10-29-2010, 04:50 PM   #101
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Oh Good God, who cares if I approve or not? I am not the weighing police!

But Firefly, sometimes I have to do that too--have a quick, stern little chat with myself--when I have had more carbs the day before and feel really noticeably bigger. The thing is, it's never as bad as I imagine it will be, and frankly that helps me understand how many carbs I can be eating on maintenance. It's just that when I'm thinner, I'm a lot more in tune with my body, and even a couple of pounds of water weight shows.


Glad you didn't have a disappointing and shocking surprise!

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Old 10-30-2010, 06:59 AM   #102
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Couldn't post yesterday, but I lost another pound last week to 178.

Not many maintainers posting. Do people just lose interest once they have lost the weight are or there so many failures that this is representitive of the few success stories?
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Old 10-30-2010, 07:59 AM   #103
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Old 10-30-2010, 11:14 AM   #105
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Ron I wonder too why many maintainers don't keep posting. Maybe the figure the "got it made". I find that posting my weekly weight helps keeps me focused that I need to pay attention to what I eat being careful not to back slide.
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Old 10-30-2010, 08:47 PM   #106
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Ron, honestly I don't think maintainers are very much respected around here unless they toe a certain line, and most of them don't. Individual success just doesn't seem to mean as much as spouting the prevailing thoughts in low-carb religion.

(Pet peeve: people say "tow the line" and it's actually "toe the line".)

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Old 10-31-2010, 01:12 AM   #107
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154.5 - that's bad and totally my fault. I've had a weird week where I felt out of control. Not going hog wild or anything, but having at least one thing I shouldn't every single day.

So I'm having a couple of super-strict weeks. Not actually on Induction rules, but close, and crucially, sticking entirely with fresh stuff. The most processed thing I'll allow is cheese! No processed meat, no tinned stuff. I think I need to be reminded what real food is.
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Old 10-31-2010, 10:33 AM   #108
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You'll take care of it, JFM. It's good that you're able to buckle down and deal with it right away.

To clarify: when I said "and most of them don't" (toe the line, that is), I wasn't saying that's a bad thing. Not at all.
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Old 11-02-2010, 06:52 AM   #109
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Peanutte- I'm curious about your comment re: lack of respect for maintainers who don't 'toe the line.' I'm not sure exactly what you mean.

I'm aware that my own WOE doesn't correlate with what so many "Atkins" folks are doing on here, and that's why I don't post much about it, but I'm wondering whether others feel that way.
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Old 11-02-2010, 08:17 AM   #110
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Do people just lose interest once they have lost the weight are or there so many failures that this is representative of the few success stories?
Yes, and yes.

I like to hope that at least some of them simply "get it down" and don't need to come back for reinforcement as often, but I bet the majority fall prey, as I did nearly a decade ago in maintenance, to the insidious carb.

Speaking for myself, I have tapered off here at LCF, though I still visit and post at least a few times a week, at times even more. It's reassuring to me that my way of eating doesn't have to occupy my time and thoughts as much as it did when I was in the initial weight loss phase. I felt at times that low carb would have to be both my primary job and my main hobby, if not my religion!

I join you in wishing more maintainers posted here, though, and I certainly miss the frequent posters who are, whatever the reason, not participating ... it's somehow more disheartening to think of them off the wagon. It's possible they've just passed the torch when they've run dry giving out the same advice over and over -- but surely the Maintain Lane can be a respite from that?

There are a lot of points of view here ... yes, the dogmas run fast and furious, but plenty of sympathetic souls for those who haven't toad the line.
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Old 11-02-2010, 08:45 AM   #111
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Still here and still holding on to 175.

Regarding why maintainers not posting as much...Like Peanutte I find that my opinion gets discounted more often than not on the main board so I typically only post reply's regarding fitness and avoid discussions on the health benefits of LC. I have a general opinion that Atkins is not a diet that consist of Bacon, Eggs and Cheese which generally gets me shunned.

I think I am close to my 1 year on maintenance this month though which is cool. Will have to review my blog and figure out when I first hit it.

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Old 11-02-2010, 09:30 AM   #112
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Leo, in my opinion, the "party line" is the idea that Atkins is supposed to be some luxurious high-fat diet on which we will eat freely, never need to count a calorie, never need to portion our food or measure anything (because Atkins food is supposed to be self-limiting), and never need to deny ourselves anything or make sacrifices. It's just not welcome to say things about having to restrict your food in order to lose, even though many of us have had that experience. And like batlou said, people will discount our opinions if we say things they don't want to hear.

At the end of the day it doesn't matter; I didn't lose weight for anyone but myself. There have been times, though, when I felt like I was being told I was "doing it wrong" or not "really" following Atkins.

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I know exactly what you mean, Peanutte! That's why I rarely post anything about my own WOE, since I know I'll be 'counting' for the rest of my life (happily) and that without restricting calories, I could easily gain on Atkins.

There also seems to be a bias in favor of cheating that really annoys me. I've read on the Century threads (since I needed to lose that amount at one time), and not only are people making all those rich 'casseroles' and LC 'desserts'--and often say that they can't resist eating multiple portions, if not the entire recipe, but they admittedly go "off plan" at least once a week if not more often. And they all reinforce each other in this behavior with sympathy. No one ever says, "I guess that's why you haven't lose any weight in the past month."

The conventional wisdom seems to be that if it's low carb, you can eat whatever you want in whatever quantities you want, and if you don't lose, then it must be your thyroid
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Old 11-02-2010, 10:28 AM   #114
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Not many maintainers posting. Do people just lose interest once they have lost the weight are or there so many failures that this is representitive of the few success stories?
Jumping in here (yeah yeah I know I should post my weight each week)

My answer is simple. I really don't like being treated like I don't have a clue as to what I am talking about even though I have now maintained my initial 75 or so pound loss for over 3 years now.

It kinda hurts when you really want to help somebody. You type a huge, long answer and it A. gets totally ignored or B. someone who obviously "knows it all" stomps all over what you have to say or C. when you aren't one of the "experts" what you have to say has no creedence at all.

Even though I'd like to pay it forward, it's just less frustrating for me not to put myself out there.


Oh yeah and I totally agree about not going along with the party line. I mean, I do love blue cheese dressing but doing the backstroke in a vat of it is not what got me to where I am today.
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Hmm, has this morphed into general non-specific chitchat?

I've seen the party line as something quite different -- a sort of litany of "race to the finish line" tips that includes but isn't limited to calorie restriction, advice to prohibit any food that anyone ever ate on a day they didn't see a drop on the scale, and derision should one intimate that exercise, while important to health, doesn't drive weight loss.

I have to admit that when somebody says "you can't say what's right because we're all different," and they say it in reference to somebody who successfully loses a lot of weight on lowfat/high carb/low cal, my personal reaction is "not that different -- just because they lost weight doesn't mean they've done the healthiest thing for their body."

But when it comes to things like calorie restriction and the degree to which low carb curbs excess appetite, there's no denying we vary, not only between one another but also at different points in our lives.

I value members that I view as in the "eat up if you do it right and you can" camp, and I also absolutely respect what I hear from you here regarding your experience and the necessity to manage portions.

In mine, cutting calories helped me to lose my last 10 to goal much faster; however, knock on wood, post-goal LC actually HAS been self-limiting for me. In fact, I have continued to slowly lose. That will change.

But I want to put my experience out there for those who might have the same, while not promising them it will go as easily. I don't want anyone to throw in the towel because they think it needs to be a bigger deal than it must, if, for them, it needn't be. I also don't want to make false promises. It's a fine line.

When I see one of you long-timers offering your very good advice and getting roasted for it, I think of the time somebody -- I think it was Peanutte -- referred to the "zeal of the newly converted." And I try to jump in and turn the tide of the discussion. It's the long-timers like you here in the Maintain Lane who keep me from throwing up my hands sometimes.
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Well said, Firefly. I know what you mean, I got blasted recently and said I was quitting the board and then I thought, I'm nor giving up. I'll not let any poster run me off. Even though I don't post much, its nice to be able to when I want to. I need no ones approval but the Administrators when I'm here.
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I have been busy with the marathon. did it a bit slower then last year but really suffered the last 4 miles or so. Lesson learned is don't go too fast period in the first half or two thirds of the marathon.

My weight is up but my muscles are full of post race waste and I always gain when I do the 20 plus distances and then lose it. So I am trying to eat well but not being so good about it and my weight is 1.9 pounds more then what I would want it to be. So once I get through this recovery week and back on a schedule with work and exercise I will try to eat clean again. Not really low carb but no junk and less carbs not worth eating.

I have to go back and read all your posts but time to go to work.

Back to reality but not my normal Wednesday schedule. Usually I am off or I work 4 hours so I can run at night but need the hours and have a meeting for a race Sunday I am working after so got my short recovery run in this morning.

My legs are much better but still some soreness especially on stairs. I will be better each day.
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Old 11-04-2010, 05:52 AM   #119
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I so need to get my eating back in control. My Friday accountability is going to be very important.

I feel like I lost a ton of fluid yesterday so need to see what the scale says. I swear when you run 26.2 miles your muscles hold on to so much waste and fluid. I am hoping it is all gone. My muscle pain is pretty much gone. It took the same amount of time last year too. I know I do weight less then I did after the marathon last year and way less then I did back in late April/May. I just want to stay at 118 or less so need to lose a few pounds and get back on the healthy eating road. Way too much junk with Halloween and marathon eating.
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