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Old 05-01-2011, 07:04 AM   #1
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Hey!

I started a few weeks ago, combining hcg and stillmans, and I followed the April thread and thought I'd jump in for May I'm going scale free until the end of the week (TOM) but I'm hoping to get down to 145 by the end of May because I have a size 6 dress I have to wear to my friend's wedding. I'm also exercising daily (sometimes 2x a day) with running, HIIT, and Zumba.

During June, July, and half of August I'm going to interning at a law firm and it wont be conducive to restrictive dieting, so my plan is to practice a lower carb maintenance and do P90X. Since I've never been below 158, I'm going to try out 145 for a few months to see how I like it, and then in August finish the last 10 lb if I decide I want to.

Aleriaaa your success is amazing! What's your meal plan like?
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I am determined to stay on plan this month in order to fit in my dress. WE CAN DO THIS!!!
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Yay! Glad to be here for the start of a month.

My goals for this month are to stick to Stillman's with two planned refeed days. The first on the 11th of May and the second on the 25th. On both those days I'll have a cheat meal between the hours of 2pm and 6pm and go right back to Stillman's the next morning for two more weeks. I'll be very happy with losing between 20-25 pounds this month and I believe it'll happen with Stillman's, the two refeeds and daily exercise combined. I'll also take my weight every two weeks on the morning of the planned refeed. Good luck to everybody and can't wait to hear your progress!
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Hi everyone! I'm starting today! Excited and motivated to lose this weight... again (sigh)

Stillman's chick--I like your refeed day plan. My SO's birthday is on the 15th and I'm nervous about how I'm going to deal with it. I may end up taking your approach.
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Stillman's chick I like your refeed day plans too! I'm obsessive with planning things, so this may help me stay on track. I think I will have 3 this month: the 6th and 7th (huge parties those days, probably just a few drinks on the 6th and food and drinks on the 7th) and the 21st for my friends wedding. I'll plan to eat normally during those days and have some cheat foods/drinks at night. The following mornings will be right back to Stillmans.
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Hi everyone! I'm starting today! Excited and motivated to lose this weight... again (sigh)

Stillman's chick--I like your refeed day plan. My SO's birthday is on the 15th and I'm nervous about how I'm going to deal with it. I may end up taking your approach.

Why not try it and see how it works for you? If you're not strong willed though and tend to go into tailspins with just a bite of something off plan I wouldn't recommend doing it.

I get to understand that lots of people look at refeed day as a free for all pig out which is not what it's supposed to be but rather a structured off day designed to kick your metabolism in the pants by shocking it with much higher levels of carbs and fats than you've had for the last few weeks.

I think once one can be steadfast and not let the refeed turn into a gluttonous 24 hour junk food orgy then immediately move back into Stillman's the next day it should work very well.
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Stillman's chick I like your refeed day plans too! I'm obsessive with planning things, so this may help me stay on track. I think I will have 3 this month: the 6th and 7th (huge parties those days, probably just a few drinks on the 6th and food and drinks on the 7th) and the 21st for my friends wedding. I'll plan to eat normally during those days and have some cheat foods/drinks at night. The following mornings will be right back to Stillmans.

I like the idea of it very much and think it would work wonders. I just saw this review of the Stillman's diet on Amazon....

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I went on this diet in 1975 when I weighed 250lbs. I dropped 20 pounds the first week--I stay on the diet for about 3 months and weighed 170lb when I got married. 25years later I weigh 190lbs. I was never hungary on this diet and to keep my sanity, I usually ate normally on Sundays.

The two bold parts stood out for me.

1. This gentleman was able to remove 80 pounds in 3 months.
2. He ate "normally" one day EVERY week!

This makes it pretty convincing that taking occasional breaks can work very well with an eating plan like this. I have no interest in taking a day off weekly but every two weeks seems to be a good plan for now.

My three month goal is to be at or under 160 by the last day in July, exactly 13 weeks from now. I'm going to try this plan for the month of May and see how it goes. If the losses average out to at least 3.5 pounds a week with the planned refeeds it'll be a keeper.
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Hey!

I started a few weeks ago, combining hcg and stillmans, and I followed the April thread and thought I'd jump in for May I'm going scale free until the end of the week (TOM) but I'm hoping to get down to 145 by the end of May because I have a size 6 dress I have to wear to my friend's wedding. I'm also exercising daily (sometimes 2x a day) with running, HIIT, and Zumba.

During June, July, and half of August I'm going to interning at a law firm and it wont be conducive to restrictive dieting, so my plan is to practice a lower carb maintenance and do P90X. Since I've never been below 158, I'm going to try out 145 for a few months to see how I like it, and then in August finish the last 10 lb if I decide I want to.

Aleriaaa your success is amazing! What's your meal plan like?

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Hi everyone! I'm starting today! Excited and motivated to lose this weight... again (sigh)

Stillman's chick--I like your refeed day plan. My SO's birthday is on the 15th and I'm nervous about how I'm going to deal with it. I may end up taking your approach.
relax, it's one day......enjoy!
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I like the idea of it very much and think it would work wonders. I just saw this review of the Stillman's diet on Amazon....

The two bold parts stood out for me.

1. This gentleman was able to remove 80 pounds in 3 months.
2. He ate "normally" one day EVERY week!

This makes it pretty convincing that taking occasional breaks can work very well with an eating plan like this. I have no interest in taking a day off weekly but every two weeks seems to be a good plan for now.

My three month goal is to be at or under 160 by the last day in July, exactly 13 weeks from now. I'm going to try this plan for the month of May and see how it goes. If the losses average out to at least 3.5 pounds a week with the planned refeeds it'll be a keeper.
please bear in mind here we consider our former eating habits abnormal and have the potential to make us sick as well as fat.

A must read for our rookies......

What if It's All Been a Big Fat Lie? - NYTimes.com

peeps I gotta get somewhat hardcore for the next three weeks, mummy arrives the 23rd and I really want those eights to fit without a fight......

on the good side I have craploads of meat, no veggies in da house, and no cheese either.

Love turkey breakfast sausage but can't do the salt? From the ranch kitchens of CC this morning........


1 lb. ground turkey (the fatter works better)

these measurements are a good start but depending on your taste use more or less......

2 tbsp. ground fennel seed
2 tbsp. ground sage OR Bell's seasoning
2 tbsp. powdered onion
1 tbsp. Splenda

using clean gloves (I hate handling raw meat unless it's sashimi and I'm shoveling it into my mouth) mix the spices well into the meat. On a medium skillet (cast iron is best) shape into patties and brown until cooked through.

DELISH!



from Mummy's DH, her third


From the BBC by John Cleese / _ANNOUNCEMENT_

The English are feeling the pinch in relation to recent terrorist
threats and have therefore raised their security level from “Miffed” to
“Peeved.”
Soon though, security levels may be raised yet again to
“Irritated” or even “A Bit Cross.”
The English have not been “A Bit
Cross” since the blitz in 1940 when tea supplies nearly ran out.

Terrorists have been re-categorized from “Tiresome” to “A Bloody
Nuisance.” The last time the British issued a “Bloody Nuisance” warning
level was in 1588, when threatened by the Spanish Armada.

The Scots have raised their threat level from “Pissed Off” to “Let’s get
the Bastards.” They don’t have any other levels. This is the reason they
have been used on the front line of the British army for the last 300 years.

The French government announced yesterday that it has raised its terror
alert level from “Run” to “Hide.” The only two higher levels in France
are “Collaborate” and “Surrender.” The rise was precipitated by a recent
fire that destroyed France‘s white flag factory, effectively paralyzing
the country’s military capability.

Italy has increased the alert level from “Shout Loudly and Excitedly” to
“Elaborate Military Posturing.” Two more levels remain: “Ineffective
Combat Operations” and “Change Sides.”

The Germans have increased their alert state from “Disdainful Arrogance”
to “Dress in Uniform and Sing Marching Songs.” They also have two higher
levels: “Invade a Neighbor” and “Lose.”

Belgians, on the other hand, are all on holiday as usual; the only
threat they are worried about is NATO pulling out of Brussels .

The Spanish are all excited to see their new submarines ready to deploy.
These beautifully designed subs have glass bottoms so the new Spanish
navy can get a really good look at the old Spanish navy.

Australia meanwhile has raised its security level from “No worries”
to “She’ll be alright, Mate.” Three more escalation levels remain:
“Crikey!”, “I think we’ll need to cancel the barbie this weekend”, and
“The barbie is canceled.”
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Why not try it and see how it works for you? If you're not strong willed though and tend to go into tailspins with just a bite of something off plan I wouldn't recommend doing it.
That sounds just like me... but maybe the reason why I was not able to limit myself in the past was because of the guilt I felt from cheating. Maybe if it's a planned day, that guilt and self-pity won't kick in, sending me spiraling out of control. I don't know!!! I really need this to work but I have an all or nothing personality which causes me to fail a lot--Stillman is my last chance!!
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please bear in mind here we consider our former eating habits abnormal and have the potential to make us sick as well as fat.

A must read for our rookies......

What if It's All Been a Big Fat Lie? - NYTimes.com
Thanks for the article!
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oh, and fell of the wagon hard last week, I couldn't stop......



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love it! love it! love it!!!


almost as much as my meat..
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Al if I find meat shoes I will def get them 4 U hahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaa

of course, they are leather......God Bless them cows, love eatin' them, love wearin' em!
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Aleriaaa your success is amazing! What's your meal plan like?
Thank you so much!!! This is my second run with Stills, and previously, results were much better! I am all meat, all the way, but nowadays I include fattier cuts like steak, or 83% ground turkey, or ground beef cause I dont mind losing a bit slower. I eat whenever Im hungry, and as much as I want. Some days more, some days less. I also have cream in my coffee and CL.
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eeps I gotta get somewhat hardcore for the next three weeks, mummy arrives the 23rd and I really want those eights to fit without a fight......
I with ya CC!!! Just tell me what to do!!! meat. meat, and more meat?

got it!!!

Want me to cut out cream? Im there!!

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Hi peeps! I'e been so busy! I read your posts last night in bed literally falling asleep. Just wana say oh CC -loooooooooved the post about the terror alert!! I was literally laughing out loud!! I especially loved the Germans--disdainful arrogance---that just sums them up!!! And invading neighbours and then losing!! Heeeee!!! Ok gotta go-hate work getting in the way!! BBL
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That sounds just like me... but maybe the reason why I was not able to limit myself in the past was because of the guilt I felt from cheating. Maybe if it's a planned day, that guilt and self-pity won't kick in, sending me spiraling out of control. I don't know!!! I really need this to work but I have an all or nothing personality which causes me to fail a lot--Stillman is my last chance!!
Hi ssabrina!! If this is your first run with QWL, I would highly suggest following it through. Promise yourself 2 weeks, straight and strict. You will be amazed at the results, and Im sure you will keep on going and dropping witht the quickness.
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I with ya CC!!! Just tell me what to do!!! meat. meat, and more meat?

got it!!!

Want me to cut out cream? Im there!!

no you're doing really well so it's working for you. I'll follow your lead, a biggie for me is I have switched to skim milk in my coffee starting today.
Must find a donor for the last slices of provolone......into the compost it goes, the raccoons will love it.
Overcast today highs in the 50's and rain moving in, a good day for throwing some split breasts in the slow cooker.
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Hi peeps! I'e been so busy! I read your posts last night in bed literally falling asleep. Just wana say oh CC -loooooooooved the post about the terror alert!! I was literally laughing out loud!! I especially loved the Germans--disdainful arrogance---that just sums them up!!! And invading neighbours and then losing!! Heeeee!!! Ok gotta go-hate work getting in the way!! BBL
good Lord girl I thought for sure you were asleep!

And how fortuitous the joke emerges a day before Bin Laden is laid to rest?

The block party (in UK 'street party') began after the announcement at midnight The 911 attack site is a growing party and memorial.
The funny tee shirts are already out on craigslist.......will post more as the fever goes round the country.
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Happy May, everyone! I am down another 1.5 pounds, so my month is starting out great (not to mention the fantastic news last night)! My goal for the next week is to get into the 170's. As long as I am strict with my diet and water intake, and stick with my exercise, I think I can do it. My sister's college graduation and Mother's Day is May 8th, and I want to get a nice dress to wear. I think I'll wait until the 7th to buy one so I can lose as much as possible in the next 5 days! I hope everyone is having a great Monday!
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Good Morning,

Busy Busy Busy....Just busy...I am happy about the Meatlover's of May edition of the Stillman's thread...Thanks Al
to all the new people and I wish you every success...We can enhance our beauty even more as we continue on our plan and focus on our outcome...

Everyone is doing so well and I don't have time at present to do a rundown, but I have been reading and you are all AMAZING people...

It is unusually busy the last few days at the hospital...I'll try to catch up later today....

Oh..One more thing....I love the royal couple...So Beautiful..They seem like they were meant to be...I hope they cherish and value each other and most importantly, communicate with one another....

Take care and have a wonderful meat-fullfilling day!!
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