|02-26-2013, 11:49 AM||#1|
Senior LCF Member
Join Date: Oct 2002
Stats: 5'6 1/2" 72yr 136/130/125/120
WOE: L-G Index Diet/HCG Drops
Start Date: Restarting 12/29/12
Question About Fat Eating Body Chemistry
Hi all. I finished my 14 day Induction yesterday. However, I ate differently yesterday when I ate low fat, high protein.
My question is did I screw up my body chemistry since the bod requirements change when it's moving to high fat diet?
Why did I do that? I've been losing slowly, not surprising since I'm 71 yrs young, and have been stalling.
I intend to do Induction until I reach my GOAL. However, wondering how much I screwed up my system if any. ??? Did I do any damage? I did not eat carbs though, mainly cottage cheese, cheese, and some Fage yogurt. Fish for dinner with some cream cheese, then Tbsp PB for a snack. I did lose a pound.
Thanks for any input.
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|02-26-2013, 01:15 PM||#2|
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Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Stats: 236.5 start (Jan 2012) /210.8/150 goal 5'9", 44 yr
WOE: Atkins (though I think a fairly early version)
Start Date: Jan 6 2012
Cottage cheese and yogurt are relatively high-carb.
However, I wouldn't worry too much. One day of lowering your fat (as opposed to increasing your carbs) isn't going to mess up your balance.
My fat varies quite a bit -- from days where it's 90% of my calories to days when I have relatively little. I may see a change in my loss, the next day, but it doesn't have long-term effects the way re-introducing carbs does.
Re-start on 06 Dec 2014, from 224.6 lbs (after some seriously self-destructive, off-plan behavior)
|02-27-2013, 09:12 PM||#3|
Senior LCF Member
Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Nanaimo BC
Stats: Start 232+/Current 178.6/First Goal 150/Final 140?
WOE: Low carb lifestyle
Start Date: June 1, 2012
Lots of people report stalling or slow progress related to too much dairy or nuts. I don't think you would have screwed anything up by one day of lower fat.
Good luck on your journey!
Officially down 50 lbs! Another 30 or so to my first goal, then I'll re-evaluate.
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