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Old 03-19-2013, 06:10 AM   #1
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UD Tuesday - Plans?

B - 2 eggs, toast, homemade strawberry preserves (SF) DH and Daughter made them last night 355c

S - protein granola bar 190c

L - soup 200c and salad 80c

D - out with a dear friend I have around 1100 c so will enjoy dinner and then at home probably have a glass of wine.

It's Tuesday everyone. 1 day better than Friday! How is everyone today??
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Old 03-19-2013, 06:43 AM   #2
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Not sure. Had some cereal and a cookie so far.....kinda messed up my dd yesterday by eating the chocolate coating off of two ice cream bars lol....TOM today so I was craving....don't think I went over 500 though....
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Old 03-19-2013, 07:06 AM   #3
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Yesterday was my worst ever DD (approx. 700kcals). The domestic drama continues as OH helpfully tried to fix the washing machine for me (it flooded the kitchen yesterday). Now, he's sleep-walking practically as he's just back from a very tiring business trip and had been putting in 80+hr weeks for months before he left for it.

So, he flooded the kitchen another 3x and then left for work. I'm vacuuming up the water, drying things and trying to ignore the fruit jellies.

I'm trying out idli (South Indian steamed rice dumpling) today as part of my potato hack as my gut is plainly still not able to cope with a mono diet of potato.

B: 3x idli with tomato ketchup (approx 180kcals)
L: 100g cold potato and mustard (approx 85kcals)
D: 250g hot potato, vinegar and dill (approx. 225kcals)

Snacks should be congee with chicken stock powder and idli as I need to make up some calories.
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Hi everyone....

Hope today is better for everyone,,,,not pushing religion, but just said a prayer for us all to have a great day and things to calm down for some....<3

I am ready for this UD for sure...

B; special K breakfast sandwich...200 cals
L; not sure, brought in chili, but not sure if i like it or not
D; not sure, have to work tonight

Have a wonderful day all...and enjoy this UD....<3
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Old 03-19-2013, 08:53 AM   #5
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This too shall pass (even though it's a pain in the a--) I do feel your pain though, I have some plumbing issues at my house(toilets and dishwasher) that need to be fixed. My toilet tank in my bathroom is cracked. So I've had to turn off the water, and when I used it, I have to pour a bucket into the commode so it will flush. Sometimes you just gotta laugh at life
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Hi Sher....have missed our chats since i have been crazy busy....how you doing?....anything exciting going on with the JA trial that I have been missing?
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Sher and Slow-- that's what Cindy (Kissa) said about the 3" of water in her basement too... to you both, any kind of home-upkeep issue is just such a downer.

but it's an UP day, so we have that going for us

I lost a bit of water weight yesterday, from 243 to 241, woo! Keeping it going today with low-ish carbs and just good homemade food.

B: 1/2 a cauliflower pizza crust, with 1T of pesto, 3oz chicken, and 1oz shredded cheese
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D: pork ribs! and chocolate! Not together!

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Very disappointed in myself because I woke up late, so had to skip the yummy breakfast I was planning. That is ok, I will have it for lunch
B:-coffee w/ creamer-70
L:-Sour dough toast, 2 eggs, 3 pieces bacon-400
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Hi Sher....have missed our chats since i have been crazy busy....how you doing?....anything exciting going on with the JA trial that I have been missing?
me too! You have been busy That is good, I admire you for having 2 jobs! The JA trial was interesting yesterday, JuaN Martinuez was trying to (successfully I believe) discredit the expert psychologist that was on the stand. I may be too invested in this trial. Because I will be so disappointed if she does not end up in prison for a long time.
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Sher and Slow-- that's what Cindy (Kissa) said about the 3" of water in her basement too... to you both, any kind of home-upkeep issue is just such a downer.

but it's an UP day, so we have that going for us

I lost a bit of water weight yesterday, from 243 to 241, woo! Keeping it going today with low-ish carbs and just good homemade food.

B: 1/2 a cauliflower pizza crust, with 1T of pesto, 3oz chicken, and 1oz shredded cheese
L: probably tuna? maybe in a nori wrapper?
D: pork ribs! and chocolate! Not together!

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Thanks Soren I have just leanred to roll with the punches lol, nothing much gets to me these days. Congrats on already losing 2 lbs of that water!!!
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My plans for today are:

Scrambled eggs with two slices bacon and 1 cup of creamed spinach

Lamb meatballs with yogurt and cucumber salad

Corned beef hash with sweet potatoes and cabbage!

Maybe some coconut macaroons in there somewhere.
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Hey gals!
The last few DDs have been rough. I mixed up my routine a bit and I think that's a bad idea. So we're back to our standard coffee with CO and some vanilla SF syrup for breakfast. Oh, and a few goldfish crackers because when the 2 year old wants you to eat goldfish crackers, its just easier to eat them.
Sympathies & well wishes to everyone with water issues. Our basement routinely flooded when we lived in Minneapolis. One summer we dug out our whole foundation, sealed it, and sealed up the whole inside. It made a huge difference but there were still times we got water in there. Ug!
No idea what lunch & dinner will be. Have to see how the day goes.
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B-Scrambled egg in Lc tortilla wrap
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Sher and Slow-- that's what Cindy (Kissa) said about the 3" of water in her basement too... to you both, any kind of home-upkeep issue is just such a downer.

but it's an UP day, so we have that going for us

I lost a bit of water weight yesterday, from 243 to 241, woo! Keeping it going today with low-ish carbs and just good homemade food.

B: 1/2 a cauliflower pizza crust, with 1T of pesto, 3oz chicken, and 1oz shredded cheese
L: probably tuna? maybe in a nori wrapper?
D: pork ribs! and chocolate! Not together!

S.

Great job on that loss...CONGRATS
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Old 03-19-2013, 09:35 AM   #14
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me too! You have been busy That is good, I admire you for having 2 jobs! The JA trial was interesting yesterday, JuaN Martinuez was trying to (successfully I believe) discredit the expert psychologist that was on the stand. I may be too invested in this trial. Because I will be so disappointed if she does not end up in prison for a long time.


Thanks Soren I have just leanred to roll with the punches lol, nothing much gets to me these days. Congrats on already losing 2 lbs of that water!!!
Well believe me girl, I sure dont have 2 jobs by choice...longggggg story ....I start a small 3rd job this Friday and will be tutoring a girl 2 days a week before I start my 2nd job....good thing is I can use my office there and then get on the clock for that job....wow what a mess


I got so into that trial when we were out on snow days myself..I am hoping next week when i am on spring break from this job, that I have a little time to catch some of it...I sure hope that psychologist was made to look bad..

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I think I am getting a whole bunch more than anyone else I hope I am doing this right I don't need to gain
Berry splash 10
Dumplings 86
Broth 33
2 pizza nite 710
4 oz chick 265
salad 280
dressing 148
yikes 1532 need 1626
So my question is I shouldn't do that many calories? I know that is too many carbs so will have to adjust that. I need help! This is tonights in there too. I know I am high on the salad and dressing. but the rest is pretty much on I think.
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I think I am getting a whole bunch more than anyone else I hope I am doing this right I don't need to gain
Berry splash 10
Dumplings 86
Broth 33
2 pizza nite 710
4 oz chick 265
salad 280
dressing 148
yikes 1532 need 1626
So my question is I shouldn't do that many calories? I know that is too many carbs so will have to adjust that. I need help! This is tonights in there too. I know I am high on the salad and dressing. but the rest is pretty much on I think.
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GF, we are all different, but for me as long as i am in my calorie limit I have not stressed about the carbs..and I am losing this way...If the calculator says to get 1626, then you need to get as close to that w/out going over for the science part of this to work....that is what alot of the veterans have taught me...I listened and it has worked so far.......keep up the great work and glad u found us...I am sure others can help more, I am a newbie also
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Ok just finished lunch.....tried some of that hormel turkey chili and it was pretty good with some cheese and crackers..

B; breakfast sandwich....200
L; turkey chili with cheese and crackers and 2 sf candies...510

wow i need a big fattening dinner lol

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GF, we are all different, but for me as long as i am in my calorie limit I have not stressed about the carbs..and I am losing this way...If the calculator says to get 1626, then you need to get as close to that w/out going on for the science part of this to work....that is what alot of the veterans have taught me...I listened and it has worked so far.......keep up the great work and glad u found us...I am sure others can help more, I am a newbie also
I agree...I'm a newbie too but they(are worthy veterans) will tell you to EAT to your UD cc!!
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Ok just finished lunch.....tried some of that hormel turkey chili and it was pretty good with some cheese and crackers..

B; breakfast sandwich....200
L; turkey chili with cheese and crackers and 2 sf candies...510

wow i need a big fattening dinner lol

hope everyone is doing well
That chili sounds good...idk why,but I like canned chili better than from scratchI'm weird sometimes..lol
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That chili sounds good...idk why,but I like canned chili better than from scratchI'm weird sometimes..lol
I had no clue if i would like it and I dont like beans at all...I saw another staff member one day having it and it smelled so good...I dont know why I got turkey and didnt try the beef, i have the cals to spare..I added 1 slice velveeta and some crackers and yum it was good...still have some left for another day, was that filling


I am just so tired i am not hungry at all today...guess I will have to drive through after my 2nd job and get a big ole fatty burger to get my cals up
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Change of plans
B-coffee cc0
L-Venison Strip steak 250cc
1 boiled potato 150 cc
1TBSP gravy 50cc
1/2 cup Peas w/ pat butter 100 cc
550 so far,still have 1100plus
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You need to fit in a big ole fatty burger like me lol
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B - 2 eggs, toast, homemade strawberry preserves (SF) DH and Daughter made them last night 355c

S - protein granola bar 190c

L - soup 200c and salad 80c

D - out with a dear friend I have around 1100 c so will enjoy dinner and then at home probably have a glass of wine.

It's Tuesday everyone. 1 day better than Friday! How is everyone today??
WEll my day for food is all messed up. My dinner plans got cancelled. and then DH ate MY soup instead of his....and I have to have the only one that had NO GLUTEN in it! So I am sulking. Instead I amped up my salad. I think total in the salad 285c and it was with regular ranch dressing. I rarely use that, so it was a treat (but we don't need to tell DH that)
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ahhhhhhh that stinks gf...

Hope the afternoon gets better for you....big hugs <3
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S: Dont know - will see what the monkey wants for lunch, may partake. Although he was "sick" this morning he seems to be feeling better and won't come in from playing outside.
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Told hubby that some of the JBs in another thread were talking about the Shamrock shake so he brought one home yesterday. He acknowledged yesterday was a DD so its been in the freezer. He said I could have as much as I wanted then he would finish it off so I'm not tempted. Sweet, I think...
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So my question is I shouldn't do that many calories? I know that is too many carbs so will have to adjust that. I need help! This is tonights in there too. I know I am high on the salad and dressing. but the rest is pretty much on I think.
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Susan, you need to have a good difference between your up and down days-- so you do need to eat you UD calories-- you can be over/under by a few, and not stress, but as a rule, eat your number.

On DDs, you have a range, from 0-20%, and then 25%, 30%, and even 35% of your ud calories are all considered weight loss (always check the judd calculator).

the difference is what makes JUDDD work-- your body thinks it's stressed, releases SIRT, and then, oh, hey, not stressed, no need to go into shut down...etc, on and off, and the SIRT builds up and we burn fat and get slim

(that is not a direct quote from the book )

You can do JUDDD high carb (though the book says to keep it moderate), low carb, south beach, weight watchers, potato hack, perfect health diet, paleo, vegan, fat fast, meatatarian (go team meat!) ... as long as you stick to your calories and do the rotations, you should see this working for you.

My own personal advice-- don't monkey with it too much, until you hit a plateau (which would be like a month with no loss).
Don't weigh every day, only 1 or 2x a week, AFTER down days (b/c you WILL bounce up on the scale and that can drive you nuts )

Lastly-- if you are used to lower carbs, try to keep going that way, b/c loading up on carbs if you don't usually eat them WILL cause you to gain water, and you will come crying to your JUDDD BUDDDS who will be very kind to you anyway
.... oh, wait, that last one is me.
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me: so far, on track. I did just go to walmart and buy a bunch of non-sugar free chocolate for easter, for the first time, ever quite looking forward to a cadbury's cream egg and no guilt! tee hee

slight changes to today's menu:

b: as stated
L: tuna mixed with salmon (shared with DH) with lite mayo, wasabi powder, sesame seeds and a bit of lime juice, in nori wrappers-- I think I wound up eating 2 full ones?
then-- 1.5c (2 servings) of puffins cereal, and almond milk (so 90x2, and 40)

vitamins, pteroblue, water

D: DH pulled out beef ribs, not pork, so those are in the crockpot now.

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B-53 grams of pumpkin bread (srvg is 73 grams), coffee = 204
L-TacoBueno- combo burrito/mucho toastada/chips = 991 (glup)

That leaves me 823 for dinner, which will include fish or chicken and slaw, for sure. If I have fish, I hope I can work in a couple of hushpuppies! Cornbread is truly my downfall...I could eat it at every meal! Not the sweet kind, tho.

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Old 03-19-2013, 01:40 PM   #29
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Susan, you need to have a good difference between your up and down days-- so you do need to eat you UD calories-- you can be over/under by a few, and not stress, but as a rule, eat your number.

On DDs, you have a range, from 0-20%, and then 25%, 30%, and even 35% of your ud calories are all considered weight loss (always check the judd calculator).

the difference is what makes JUDDD work-- your body thinks it's stressed, releases SIRT, and then, oh, hey, not stressed, no need to go into shut down...etc, on and off, and the SIRT builds up and we burn fat and get slim

(that is not a direct quote from the book )

You can do JUDDD high carb (though the book says to keep it moderate), low carb, south beach, weight watchers, potato hack, perfect health diet, paleo, vegan, fat fast, meatatarian (go team meat!) ... as long as you stick to your calories and do the rotations, you should see this working for you.

My own personal advice-- don't monkey with it too much, until you hit a plateau (which would be like a month with no loss).
Don't weigh every day, only 1 or 2x a week, AFTER down days (b/c you WILL bounce up on the scale and that can drive you nuts )

Lastly-- if you are used to lower carbs, try to keep going that way, b/c loading up on carbs if you don't usually eat them WILL cause you to gain water, and you will come crying to your JUDDD BUDDDS who will be very kind to you anyway
.... oh, wait, that last one is me.
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me: so far, on track. I did just go to walmart and buy a bunch of non-sugar free chocolate for easter, for the first time, ever quite looking forward to a cadbury's cream egg and no guilt! tee hee

slight changes to today's menu:

b: as stated
L: tuna mixed with salmon (shared with DH) with lite mayo, wasabi powder, sesame seeds and a bit of lime juice, in nori wrappers-- I think I wound up eating 2 full ones?
then-- 1.5c (2 servings) of puffins cereal, and almond milk (so 90x2, and 40)

vitamins, pteroblue, water

D: DH pulled out beef ribs, not pork, so those are in the crockpot now.

S.
Thank you for all of the good information. What on earth is a potato hack? I haven't had a potato for so long not sure what one looks like. But if my memory serves me well I really really liked them and that is what got me here..lol Well great just looked up and it is snowing like crazy in Missouri.
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Old 03-19-2013, 01:40 PM   #30
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breakfast was coffee-70
lunch was (so yummy!!) 2 over easy eggs, 1 oven baked crispy sour dough toast with butter, , 2 thick cut bacon, 1/4 apple, 1.5 TBS almond butter-600
so, I'm at 670; so I have a little over 1000 to go (that on't be hard for me)
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