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Old 06-13-2012, 03:15 PM   #421
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Thank you soooo much ! I barely eat .... I feel full fast .... I think I should eat more to lose more weight faster .... I think you're doing great !!!! I have my pet family that keep me busy a dog and four cats .... I know the cats will be swarming me like sharks when I do the T&W diet
My cats have never had anything but cat food so they don't freak out over tune.
We have two cats, two dogs, and two kids. No more mess makers for me, I am done!
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Ugh....was up .5 this morning. I ate more food today than I ever do

2 poached eggs for breakfast
2 chicken burgers lunch
hard boiled egg and shrimp dinner

but I had diet soda and coffee with splenda, which i hope doesn't kill me. The next two days I am gonna cut out the other drinks (well, I'll drink the coffee black, or they might fire me for sleeping on the job) and I will try and eat a hb egg snack round 3 to keep myself from getting super cranky. Thanks for all the advice and I will let y'all know how it goes... now off to the gym to run.
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My cats have never had anything but cat food so they don't freak out over tune.
We have two cats, two dogs, and two kids. No more mess makers for me, I am done!
Awwww you are lucky ... My kitty's were strays it could be the reason why they act as if they are never full and rip through plastic bags .... I pet sit for a neighbor of mine with four rescue cats and two dogs , They are so well behaved .... Sometimes I feel like I have demons for cats .... My dog Lola on the other hand is quite different she is Angelic ....
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Ugh....was up .5 this morning. I ate more food today than I ever do

2 poached eggs for breakfast
2 chicken burgers lunch
hard boiled egg and shrimp dinner

but I had diet soda and coffee with splenda, which i hope doesn't kill me. The next two days I am gonna cut out the other drinks (well, I'll drink the coffee black, or they might fire me for sleeping on the job) and I will try and eat a hb egg snack round 3 to keep myself from getting super cranky. Thanks for all the advice and I will let y'all know how it goes... now off to the gym to run.
I think if you try espresso black you may like it and a lil bit is a kick .... I looooooove coffee and would never of bothered to diet if I had to give it up .... My usual used to be a large cup 2 creams and four sugars mmmm.... then I tried a shot of espresso and loved it, probably because I am addicted to caffeine .... I cannot function with out it ....
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Speaking of coffee is anyone here from Seattle the coffee capital ? One day I hope to visit ....
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so when we are doing stillmans, what do we think the real key for losing weight? would it be low fat, low carb, low calories or medium protein levels?

Or...maybe all of the above working together in harmony? I'll always trying to find that magic "one thing" bullet when it comes to losing.

I have one rescue dog--she is sweet, but barks at other. I have a puppy that we started from the beginning. she has no issues. she is so friendly and social, but does like to be the full center of attention. they are all different. just like people with their own personalities.
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these Subway commercials with foot longs drenched in avocado are killing me.........it might get ugly at the market, they are on sale three for 2.79...........
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bless you all for fostering and adopting rescues............we are at 11 cats and 2 horses........have lost many children over the years, at one point had 22 kitties (ten acres, big barn)


Shreem, I'm paleo all the way, give me meat and fat.............
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“Vitamin D and calcium are part of a healthy diet,” Dr. Bibbins-Domingo said. “Most people can achieve sufficient doses with a healthy diet.”


I agree with that statement .... I think I ate enough cheese to keep me healthy for years !!!! honestly, I should sponsor the dairy association .... I am going to get cheesey this weekend .... Oh, Gawd !!!! Chester Cheetah food porn .... " It ain't easy being cheesey"
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bless you all for fostering and adopting rescues............we are at 11 cats and 2 horses........have lost many children over the years, at one point had 22 kitties (ten acres, big barn)


Shreem, I'm paleo all the way, give me meat and fat.............
I love horses .... The Amish here where I live keep so many of these beauty's on their farms .... The other day, I noticed a breed with a more muscular build with a longer fuller mane ....
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I expect a water gain tomorrow. I had the munchies SO BAD (dang hormones) and chicken, tuna, and turkey would not cut it. I ate some real bacon. Several slices... It was soooo yummy. It is still on plan, just way more fat and calories than I ever eat in a day. In the past I would have went off plan and ate some carb filled disaster that lasted several days. A win for me....
I am going to do just plain turkey burgers tomorrow.

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Interesting read. I do not take calcium but was starting to wonder if I should.

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so when we are doing stillmans, what do we think the real key for losing weight? would it be low fat, low carb, low calories or medium protein levels?

Or...maybe all of the above working together in harmony? I'll always trying to find that magic "one thing" bullet when it comes to losing.

I have one rescue dog--she is sweet, but barks at other. I have a puppy that we started from the beginning. she has no issues. she is so friendly and social, but does like to be the full center of attention. they are all different. just like people with their own personalities.

I think it is a combo of low fat and low calories. That is how I do it.

I adore people that do rescues. I wish I had been brave enough to do it. Having 2 kids I did not feel safe enough getting an older dog. They has no puppies in my local shelters. We are on the list at the shelter to be called if a dog ever met our needs. It has been 6 months and they have never called. Never know.. I may look into fostering.

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these Subway commercials with foot longs drenched in avocado are killing me.........it might get ugly at the market, they are on sale three for 2.79...........
Oh I saw a burger on TV yesterday with huge chunks of avocado on it... looked SO yummy.

I am off to bed! Have a great evening everyone.
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I ate some real bacon. .

mmmmm.... bacon !!!! This weekend weather permitting BBQ !!!! Bacon cheeseburger's sans buns ....
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Shreem - at the end of the day, calorie is king. Next would come carb, then fat, then protein. So I look at it like this:

If you want to lose fat start by cutting calories. Then cut carbs (you'll get further). When that starts to studder out, you cut the fat. Once the calories, carbs, and fat have been cut - balance your protein.

But yes, they all work in together.
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Angel _ Im LOVIN those turkey burger meal ideas!!! Thank you!!
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Today was 5 chicken breasts (plain!), an iced coffee with sugarfree syrup, and lots of water & diet Coke. And it was SO EASY. I didn't have any cravings or thoughts about food at all. Which is CRAZY for me because I'm a food addict.

SillyErin and others are right about keeping it totally plain for the best results. The only challenge I see is cutting out the coffee and diet soda. Tomorrow I'm going to swap those out with espresso and club soda, and stick with plain chicken breast. It feels SO GOOD to have completed a plain eating day.

I feel super encouraged that I'll be able to maintain when I'm finished. On the Dukan diet, in the final phase you eat whatever you want, but you have a pure protein (Stillman's) day 1x/week to maintain it. I'm totally ok with doing that for the rest of my life if it means I can stay at a healthy weight forever. My plan for maintenance is no sugar, no flour, no booze, and don't go crazy with fat. I can definitely live with this.

I can't wait to be at a healthy weight!!!
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I am literally going crazy. I went up another half a pound and am back at 149. I have no idea what happened. Today I am cutting out all excess fake sugar (no splenda, diet coke etc) and we'll see how it goes. I am ready to pull my hair out, I have no idea why this is happening.
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I am literally going crazy. I went up another half a pound and am back at 149. I have no idea what happened. Today I am cutting out all excess fake sugar (no splenda, diet coke etc) and we'll see how it goes. I am ready to pull my hair out, I have no idea why this is happening.
Hang in there. It may just be your body adjusting and getting ready to let go of more weight.
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Good morning! I had a lovely day at the amusement park. Yes, Brattyfood is allowed in. They have picnic areas. I had a tuna pouch while the kids had ice cream. And my tuna tasted better to me than ice cream would have. And I woke up a pound and a half lighter! Today is an easy day for me. I'm going to enjoy the slow downed pace of it. Have a great day, folks!
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Speaking of coffee is anyone here from Seattle the coffee capital ? One day I hope to visit ....
I lived in Bremerton,WA for a year and it's right across the sound from Seattle. We took the ferry over a few times to walk around the city. I saw more Mcdonalds than Starbucks though! Big Macs on every corner! Bremerton had a Natte Latte! There were quite a few adult only coffee stands.
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I have 2 lbs of bacon induced water retention today. Some could be my sore calf muscles from walking yesterday. I wore my shape ups so my legs got a little extra work than a normal walk.

I plan to have egg drop soup for lunch and a turkey burger for dinner. Just finished a 30 minute dog walk. Will probably do another later.
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Today was 5 chicken breasts (plain!), an iced coffee with sugarfree syrup, and lots of water & diet Coke. And it was SO EASY. I didn't have any cravings or thoughts about food at all. Which is CRAZY for me because I'm a food addict.
Good work! Keep it up and you will be where you want in no time.

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I am literally going crazy. I went up another half a pound and am back at 149. I have no idea what happened. Today I am cutting out all excess fake sugar (no splenda, diet coke etc) and we'll see how it goes. I am ready to pull my hair out, I have no idea why this is happening.
I would definitely ditch the sugar. Maybe post a days menu so we can help tweak it if it needs it?

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Good morning! I had a lovely day at the amusement park.
Glad you enjoyed the park! I love watching my little ones have a great time and I get to walk for hours. Win win.
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I have 2 lbs of bacon induced water retention today. Some could be my sore calf muscles from walking yesterday. I wore my shape ups so my legs got a little extra work than a normal walk.

I plan to have egg drop soup for lunch and a turkey burger for dinner. Just finished a 30 minute dog walk. Will probably do another later.
Watch out for those shape-ups...the FTC levied a $40 million fine against Skechers for claims the shape-ups helped tone muscles,etc. (no scientific back-up for claims about benefits) AND there are a number of lawsuits claiming injury from wearing the shape-ups to exercize, etc. Just an FYI.
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Hi everyone!
Just wanted to report in that i am feeling so much better by adding in some salad vegetables. I find it much easier to get the tuna and turkey down when it's served on a bed of lettuce with some balsamic vinegar! I am going to weigh in on Friday and report my results. Hope everyone is having a great week!
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Just wanted to report in that i am feeling so much better by adding in some salad vegetables. I find it much easier to get the tuna and turkey down when it's served on a bed of lettuce with some balsamic vinegar! I am going to weigh in on Friday and report my results. Hope everyone is having a great week!
will be very interested to hear if this works...would really love to have a small salad
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Watch out for those shape-ups...the FTC levied a $40 million fine against Skechers for claims the shape-ups helped tone muscles,etc. (no scientific back-up for claims about benefits) AND there are a number of lawsuits claiming injury from wearing the shape-ups to exercize, etc. Just an FYI.
I had not heard that. I had wondered about an increase in sprained ankles with them. I do notice I do not feel stable walking in them. I have a history of bad ankles and I sprain one or the other really badly about once every 3 years. My last time was this past Christmas and it took forever to heal.

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Just wanted to report in that i am feeling so much better by adding in some salad vegetables. I find it much easier to get the tuna and turkey down when it's served on a bed of lettuce with some balsamic vinegar! I am going to weigh in on Friday and report my results. Hope everyone is having a great week!
I am happy the veggies are working for you. I would think you would still lose weight doing that if your calories are still low. Finding what works for you is key. I hope this is it for you.
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I had not heard that. I had wondered about an increase in sprained ankles with them. I do notice I do not feel stable walking in them. I have a history of bad ankles and I sprain one or the other really badly about once every 3 years. My last time was this past Christmas and it took forever to heal.
The quote below is from one of the many law firms bringing suit against Skechers Shape-ups...at the time of the settlement with the government about false advertising for claiming the shoes were helpful, there was also quite a few articles about people with stress fractures, joint problems, etc. I did note that one of the conditions they mention in the quote as being a major risk factor is "chronically weak ankles". When these shoes first came out, I mentioned them to my doctor because I thought about using them...but I have mild arthritis in the knees, and have had weak ankles since childhood His response was "NO WAY!" And he mentioned the problem with changing the way you walk can cause injury even to healthy joints. That was before the government and private lawsuits.

"However, a study conducted by exercise scientists has found no evidence that toning shoes provide any significant benefit over traditional athletic shoes. In fact, knowledgeable medical experts advise that toning shoes actually pose major risks. Indeed, it is well recognized in the orthopedic community that anything that impacts your gait may cause harm to your bones, muscles and joints. Regrettably, the toning shoe manufacturers ignored this literature and failed to conduct adequate safety studies to demonstrate that wearing these shoes is safe.

Toning shoes' built-in instability can increase the risk of stress fractures, falling and fall injuries. The shoes are especially risky for elderly people, diabetics and those with poor balance, vertigo, lack of feeling in their feet or chronically weak ankles. Many injuries have occurred to nurses, health care providers, waiters and others in the service industries as the toning shoe manufacturers have specifically targeted these groups in their marketing campaigns.

One toning shoe user in Ohio has expert medical proof that her use of those shoes led to fractures in both of her hips. She has filed a claim against the toning shoe manufacturer to recover damages for her injuries. "
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Angel _ Im LOVIN those turkey burger meal ideas!!! Thank you!!
You're welcome Erin .... I owe a lot of gratitude to you, for introducing me to the turkey diet .... I have lost close to a total of 25 lbs since April .... My second to smallest jeans that I own (and mind you this is an accomplishment ) I can get my legs into these jeans and up to the butt .... I do have along way to go and extra lean turkey will get me there !!!!
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Here are some low carb salads, for summer BBQ's .... I love corn and even better roasted corn with loads of butter dripping off it .... I also like to be able to feel comfortable in summer's lesser clothes, so the choice was simple .... no to buttered corn and yes to yummy low carb salads that taste good and make me feel good ....

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I plan on doing turkey till Saturday .... Then have a wonderful low carb BBQ on Father's day .... low sodium Bacon cheeseburgers , low sodium New York style hot dog by oscar meyers sans buns and low carb salads that everyone loves....
I make baked beans for the skinny's ....
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