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Old 07-30-2012, 03:22 PM   #481
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Bleu and vyomguy,
Honestly, I cant have any protein shakes, whether I purchase them premade, or make them myself with almond milk. They stall me...
I found that I lost much easier when I did touch them.
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Old 07-30-2012, 04:12 PM   #482
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I buy protein shakes from Trader Joes that are called Pure Protein. They have 35 grams of protein and 4 grams of carbs. I find it filling as an afternoon snack....I've taken it from the beginning of my diet so not sure if I would lose more not having one....they also sell them on Amazon. Maybe you could look into it and see if that work better for you!! Keep up the great work!
I do pure soy shakes. all protein, no carbs, no fat. I just add water and have as much as I want. they are very low calorie, too. (30 calories per T).

I have had very good luck with these and they really take off hunger.
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Bleu and vyomguy,
Honestly, I cant have any protein shakes, whether I purchase them premade, or make them myself with almond milk. They stall me...
I found that I lost much easier when I did touch them.
I have my dogs on low carb, too. lots of protein and they love it, and have the energy of all the dogs on the block. there eyes stay much cleaner, too (they are creamy colored poodles.)
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Much attention has been focused on soybean as an alternative protein source as soybean is about the only vegetable source of complete protein. As such it is invaluable.

Throughout the Third World, protein deficiency is the most important dietary problem. Not surprisingly, therefore, soy is widely distributed. As it is low in fat and devoid of cholesterol soy is also promoted today in the West as being more 'healthy'. This seems to make soy an ideal food — but is it safe?

Soy was not used as a food until fermentation techniques had been developed around 700 AD. (50) Did the Chinese know soy was toxic?

Like all seeds, soybeans have phytic acid in their hulls, but soybeans have considerably more. This substance binds with several minerals, notably calcium, zinc and iron in such a way that it prevents the digestion from absorbing them. This can result in deficiencies of these essential minerals.

Soybeans also contain other undesirable chemicals:

¨ Potent enzyme inhibitors that block the action of trypsin, a digestive enzyme needed to digest proteins. This leads not only to chronic amino acid deficiencies but also to enlargement of the pancreas (in animals) and cancer.

¨ Hemaglutinin, which promotes the clumping of red blood cells. These clumped cells are less able to take up oxygen and carry it to body tissues. Hemaglutinin is also known to ****** growth.

Fermentation reduces these harmful effects. Miso and tamari are fermented soy products.

On the other hand bean curd and tofu are made by precipitating soybean with either calcium sulphate or magnesium sulphate. Soy products made by this method are not as safe as the fermented products.

Eating soy with meat reduces its mineral blocking effect but vegetarians who eat tofu, expecting it to act as a protein substitute, risk severe mineral deficiencies. Soy products also contain no vitamin B-12, or the essential fat-soluble vitamins A and D that are needed for the absorption of minerals.

Recently soy products have been promoted for their 'cancer preventing properties'. The Gerson Clinic is a specialist cancer clinic. To cure cancers it bases its treatment regime on a strict vegetarian diet. It would seem reasonable to expect, therefore, that soy would feature frequently on the Gerson Clinic's menu. But Dr Max Gerson, the clinic's founder, has always banned the use soy products in the clinic. Why? Because it is suspected of causing cancer.

The use of soy-based infant formulas has caused zinc deficiency in infants leading to brain damage. The lack of cholesterol in soy-based formulas also has adverse effects on infants' brains, as cholesterol is essential for proper development of the brain and nervous system. Then the aluminium content of soy milk is ten times higher than is found in milk-based formula and one hundred times as high as in breast milk. Apart from vegetarians, infants are sometimes prescribed soy formula in cases of cow's-milk allergy, yet allergies to soy products are as common.
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Good morning! Oh my, what a binge. I have been thinking this morning about what set me off. And these things I know - my living room, dining area were a mess. I changed my dining room table and the cardboard and styrofoam was overwhelming. I had to cut up all the cardboard so I could put it in the dumpster and that created an even bigger mess. I haven't had time to clean it all up at once and the "feel" of my house, and the reality of looking at the mess overtook me. On top of that I have been too exhausted to exercise. Throw in some stress and hormonal caused emotions and the planets being aligned just right and wham - a binge! The good news is that I haven't binged in a long time. I've been working not only on losing weight, but changing my habits and outlook. This was the first relapse in many months. And I am taking steps to correct the things that are in my power to correct. So, today is a new day and I'm on plan. And eager to stay on plan. Again, a new thing - it will not take me months to get back to it. Life is good and I intend on enjoying it!
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August here I come
I am up several LBS from my weekend vacation. I figured that would happen because I had about 1 meal per day that was off plan for 4 days.
I will weigh tomorrow to get the real damage because I finally able to really go to the restroom.
I think I gained like 4 lbs total due to the weekend binge. I am not down because I expected that.

My goal date is the middle of August so I timed this "splurge" perfectly.

It also showed me how its ok to have a bit here or there once you hit maintain mode but NOT during loss mode. I would suggest NO cheats at all, of any kind, period, during the first 30 days. That sounds crazy but its really the only way, because after 30 days your will power will be a little more strict and your cravings down, plus you will have lost so much you wont ever want to side step. I went 20 days before a cheat day, and if it werent for this vacation, I would have gone 40 days without one, the losses are so faster and you get this giddy excitement of having strength and willpower and not being weak and out of control.

I believe that if I am on my stillmans strict for the rest of this week, that gain should be gone and I should be back at 146 LBS, which is just 6 from goal.

It did feel good to have drinks, candy and cookies, etc etc but not as good as seeing that number on the scale go down, down down.

The cheating was fun but not as fun as I thought it would be.

I feel better when I know what I am eating, and I can control each bite that hits my mouth.

This week is going to be the BIG week to get that weight off, and then next week its GO TIME

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Oh my, I had the most vivid dream this morning that I ate a whole lemon poundcake...I woke up and really thought I had! I felt so bad for it...then realized it was just a dream! I wonder if your body releases insulin when you dream about food?? (I guess those yummy recipes on Pinterest got to me! )

I'm up a couple of pounds, but I shouldn't be...so I'm chalking it up to hormones/ovulation or something crazy like that.

Shreem, that's cool that you feed your doggies LC. They must be in great shape!

CC, thanks for the info about soy...

Mim, don't worry about your little "excursion"....you can get right back on plan.

Aka, sounds like you have a good plan!

Back to school for me tomorrow...teachers meeting Wed & Thurs. Registration Friday and kids go back to school on Monday. It's been a great summer...it's hard to believe it's over!
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hiya's to all my LCF friends and to all of you newbies .... I am so close to a new set of tens !!!! Stillman's really works, especially if we can keep ourselves strict .... I would have been out of this set of tens by now unfortunately, I had to include yogurt in my diet, due to the antibiotics I was taking for a tooth that will soon be no more yippppeeee !!!! I am in the complete self improvement mode and as for my body losing all this weight makes me feel the I can do anything motivation .... I am loving the fact that I can wear clothes in many different colours other than just black .... I have a new hair colour that will suit my highlights just amazing for this fall, The Ombre look .... I am planning on looking awesome and welcome in the fall looking like a new me !!!! This past few months have been difficult however, well worth it .... As for cheating / binges etc .... I think that comes with great responsibility only you as an individual would know how you can or cannot handle a cheat meal .... As for myself sometimes I have unimaginable will power and go right back to clean strict Stillman's after an indulgent off plan day. However, on other days sometimes I really find it hard and I become depressed all about it .... I take a leap of faith and hope for the best .... And I learned something wonderful from LCF support if you do binge .... DO NOT BEAT YOURSELF UP OVER A BINGE !!!! and I do not beat myself up anymore.... I fall off the wagon, I am not perfect, I realize I had a moment of weakness but I do remember my strengths and how I got this far soooo I dust myself off and begin again and no oh, well it is too late or I messed up so forget it .... I make deals with myself so if I break a deal it is me no one else that suffers and I know that .... I hope that everyone is healthy and happy and I saw a thread for a 30 minute a day exercise .... that looks awesome and healthy for us .... A walk is always perfect for me .... Tonight I am going to pamper myself with goodies from the fridge not to eat though .... a nice sugar scrub .... a nice hot oil treatment for my long locks .... and a lavender milk bath .... I think we should all spoil ourselves every now and then after all we deserve it .... It's not easy being Stilly ....
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I feed Lola my Yorkie , Wellness grain free yayyyyy !!!! low carb poochies !!!!
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Mim, I get that feeling too.........next time whack it with a turkey leg!

Tanya, yer sooo kickin' it!

OMG the I ate a whole cake dream! Kill me now!

Angel, creeping up on a new decade.....YAY!

and LC grain free pets are da bomb!!!!!!!!!
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I feed Lola my Yorkie , Wellness grain free yayyyyy !!!! low carb poochies !!!!
angelstill: way to go!! i have the ocean wellnes grain free formula in the cupboard for my puppies. i also have grain free duck and sweet potato from royal canin prescription diet.

but...we are now going one step further and they are getting real eggs, chicken (bit of yogurt) absolutely no grains or carbs at all. yes, they look amazing.

1 doggie vitamin each day to make sure they get everything they need. i use the grain free kibble as treats, which is still good for them, too.

my neighbor feeds raw meat and WOW!! that dog is spectacular.
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thank you VERY much CC for the soy information.

i wanted to ask you, are you doing paleo with dairy for your WOE? if so, wondering what the dairy is? cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese?
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Yah, CC, soy is not all good, not by a long shot. I'm hypothyroid and soy is a kiss of death on the thyroid meds! Soybeans are highly goitrogenic...I can only use the fermented version (like soy sauce) and cannot eat the whole beans at all (no edamame for me) Just a heads up to people who consume a lot of soy...it can send your thyroid into a tailspin.

Shreem, watch it with the eggs...we've had 3 different dogs now that all have ended up having allergies. Thought it was dairy (all have been cheese-hounds.) But that made no difference when we quit giving them cheese. Switched dog food several times...including losing the grains. That didn't make any difference either. Finally figured out it's the eggs. They were mini-poodle/schnauzer mix, and a yorkie-mini poodle mix and a chihuahua/yorkie mix so it's not breed-specific since they are not all the same mix of breeds even. Skin irritation finally went away when we stopped feeding them eggs. If your dogs start rubbing a lot, or licking skin excessively, it's an allergy. All of them ate eggs for at least 2 years with no symptoms...at around 3-4 yrs old they developed the skin issues. Our new vet says many dogs develop allergies to eggs, and not a good food for dogs at all.
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thanks for the advise on the dog allergies. you are so right. we recently had two maltese live to 16 and 17 (they both passed in the last two years). at the end, because they had eaten chicken their whole lives, suddenly that last year neither could eat chicken without it bothering them. we switched to other stuff for them, but i thought at that age---we did quite well.

these two poodles do get itchy's from different packaged dog foods, so i'm watching them carefully. chicken kibble is the worst, although fresh cooked chicken breast seems to cause no issues. the one poodle wheezes after eating nut butters, so that's out and i don't like to feed them cheese. will definitely take care on the eggs going forward. although i will keep eating them!

tomorrow will be a day without my soy protein powder to see how i feel. it's been good for me my whole life, but i will listen to everyone here. maybe i will feel even better without it. i had some more almond butter tonight. that one is difficult for me to only have 2 tablespoons, so i put the rest of the jar in the freezer so i won't be tempted. then i took an hour long walk with the puppy to the park. exercise always cuts any kind of hunger. i swam 30 minutes early this morning. we go to the pool somewhere between 5:30 and 6:30am, depending on what the days schedule looks like. that's my favorite 30 minutes of the day, you feel wonderful walking out of the gym after a good swim.
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Good morning! Ahhhhhh, yesterday was a much better day. On plan is the way to be! I'm with you, Tanya, I'm not stepping on the scale yet. Maybe tomorrow. I just realized that it is August 1st! I'm going on vacation for two weeks starting later this month. I so need it! Part of my overall state of mind is that I haven't had a vacation in a long time. It has been over a year. Funny, 'cause I "preach" to colleagues about the importance of vacation and self care, but have been the poster child for how not to do it! Anyway, vacation soon and I'll be in the zone! I'll see you all in the August thread, whenever it goes up!
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Shreem, I have dairy when I want it. Fat free American, cheddar now and then, I always have a giant Chobani and FF cottage cheese on hand. I have one serving a day maybe three or four days a week. When I want to lean out I stop eating it for awhile. When I want it I eat it. Successful maintenance and losses hinge upon not feeling deprived. For me ir's not a cheat, I have free will and I knowingly choose to eat something.
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O Mim, happy vacation! What is that, anyway? Haven't had one in six years.........
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Good Morning!!!

May I join you for August....and beyond :-)
I had a question about Stillmans-- to lose weight should I start with the 14 day shape-up to get my body ready and then do strict stillmans or doesn't it matter?? I would like to lose about 20-30 lbs... I need help and support--- I have majorly binged for about the last week :-S.....
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if you still have lotsa veggies on hand go with the 14 day or inches off to eat them down.............
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crappy thread titles for August (can't think of a good one.......)

Stillmans' Hotties Dawg Days of Summer Skinnies!

Stillmans' Hot August Nights Slimming Down Summer!
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I didn't see your August thread and didn't feel it was my place to start one, so I hope someone sees this post - I've wasted so much time this summer debating what plan to go on, trying it for a day, and then faling off the wagon. Well, school starts in 19 days (I teach) and of course I have nothing to wear, having gained back 13 of the 30 pounds I lost on generic low carb. It took me from September to march to lose that 30 and I really need to drop this 13 ASAP since I can't afford a new wardrobe (and don't want to buy bigger sizes).

Here's my problem - I can't stomach any kind of fish/seafood, and I really don't like chicken. I don't care for hard boiled eggs but I can eat them scrambled in a nonstick pan. Has anyone been able to lose eating extra lean ground beef or steak? Any kind of deli meat?

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o yes dox, I don't do a lot of fish......have you tried ground turkey? Low sodium deli meats work for some, but do your research, many have hidden sugars and carbs. And I do love beef.
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I didn't see your August thread and didn't feel it was my place to start one, so I hope someone sees this post - I've wasted so much time this summer debating what plan to go on, trying it for a day, and then faling off the wagon. Well, school starts in 19 days (I teach) and of course I have nothing to wear, having gained back 13 of the 30 pounds I lost on generic low carb. It took me from September to march to lose that 30 and I really need to drop this 13 ASAP since I can't afford a new wardrobe (and don't want to buy bigger sizes).

Here's my problem - I can't stomach any kind of fish/seafood, and I really don't like chicken. I don't care for hard boiled eggs but I can eat them scrambled in a nonstick pan. Has anyone been able to lose eating extra lean ground beef or steak? Any kind of deli meat?

Thanks so much!

Hi!

I have had luck eating the following meats, still been able to lose

-shrimp, or crab ( I know you said seafood, but I wasnt sure)
-Turkey sausage, turkey bacon, turkey burger.
-Deer burgers, venison
-pork chops
-steak
-Lean Burger meat of any kind.
- lean sausage
-Ground chicken
-Tuna
-eggs scrambled, eggs in omelet form
-Chicken broth or Beef broth with seasoning in it


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crappy thread titles for August (can't think of a good one.......)

Stillmans' Hotties Dawg Days of Summer Skinnies!

Stillmans' Hot August Nights Slimming Down Summer!
just pick one and start the thread. I got nothing! : )
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just pick one and start the thread. I got nothing! : )
I started a new thread I hope it works for you ladies and Gents ....
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August is a must for Stillman's QWL !!!!
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