|01-24-2012, 07:54 AM||#1|
Major LCF Poster!
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: SW Mo.
WOE: Atkin, JUDDD
Start Date: Dec-10
My second attempt to juddd
My first post on trying juddd.
I haven't bought the book yet. But have read enough on this site to get me started. And thank u!
I did get o. The scale this am and no surprise. I weight almost 140.
So that means I've gained 5 pounds back of the 25 I've lost. Not good and no surprise.
I did jog 2 miles yesterday with hubby.
Today is my dd. there I typed it. It has to come true. Ha.
Usually after coffee I eat, caz of past stomach hurting. Little ulcer years ago.
If my stomach got empty. I was in for big stomach that doesn't stop. But I'm better now. Fingers crossed.
So far I've had my tons of coffee and few bites of coconut butter/oil. Love the taste of that stuff.
I hope to not eat until noon ish.
Yikes INeed to get buzy before I end up in the kitchen!
Good day to all.
|01-24-2012, 10:48 AM||#2|
Major LCF Poster!
Join Date: Apr 2010
Gallery: Auntie Em
Stats: 5' 7"/170cm, 61-62Kg
WOE: Bernstein-Pastoral; Laws of Small Numbers
Start Date: Maintenance since 2001, VLC for six years now!
Eieio, did you intend to ask this of the Maintainers? You posted this in the Maintainers' forum. Here is the JUDDD forum.
Macronutrients/d: 50-60g/P: 110-130g/F: 25-35g/C
Beef, fish, eggs, butter, cream, gelatin, broths, sea salt, tea, and herbs.
"Ultimately weight loss boils down to lowering insulin levels...we end up with a need for minimal carbohydrate. ...
Protein metabolism requires some insulin response and any excess protein will be mostly converted to glucose, which requires a considerable amount of insulin to be used." ---Peter Dobromylskyj
Maintainers over-55 Thread
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|01-24-2012, 11:12 AM||#3|
Very Gabby LCF Member!!!
Join Date: Feb 2003
Thanks, Auntie Em.
Welcome, Eieio! It's wonderful to have you join us here, and I expect you will be very successful at losing that little bit of weight again and maintaining on whatever foods you enjoy in your diet.
We have folks here who remain quite low carb in their food choices, and others who eat at a much higher carb level. We all really like that about this plan... we can eat those food choices that make us feel the best, physically and emotionally too.
I'll look forward to reading your posts here!
Best wishes, Pat