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Old 04-02-2011, 12:43 PM   #1351
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OMG...Id have nightmares if I had a girl. Praying that she would be ugly until she is 30. I have no idea about my sons nether regions. He has armpit hair and leg hair and thats all I need to know. LOL
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Old 04-02-2011, 03:06 PM   #1352
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LOL Amber welocme to the pre teen yrs, what a ride you're in for, you think arm reduction surgery was a nightmare.....to be continued in a few yrs when the teen yrs hit.
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So, I made a cheesecake. It's gorgeous. It's in the fridge to cool overnight and may crack, but I don't mind much. Not a lot of what I make is pretty, but it sure is tasty! I made it with my regular crust recipe, and this Perfect Cheesecake Recipe | Simply Recipes recipe replacing only the sweetener with Steviva. I'm hoping it will taste okay, I sampled the batter and I could detect a little too much stevia for my liking, hopefully the baking and settling will tone it down. Not that it will stop me from eating it, mind you. I just had 2 pounds of cream cheese that was about to grow a beard, so I decided I had to use it or lose it right away: cheesecake, of course. It's a big one, so hopefully I don't turn into an obsessive nutball and nibble away at it until it's gone. I've never managed to actually freeze portions of a dessert before (perish the thought they would survive so long!) But I may have to do that here-- or do a lot of sharing, which I love to do.

Low carb day fine, dinner was basic one bowl meal: cauli, hamburger, onions, cheese sauce and crispy fried onions on top. Comfort food! Everyone was happy.

I am still in the low 250's. Yes, I know. STILL. Since November for crying out loud. I wonder how much of this I can take before I break down and cry? I'm okay right now and can think objectively, but dang! It is so demoralizing. I really have to fix this, but I don't feel like doing anything to fix it. So, there's my problem in a nutshell. Time to ponder! At least I haven't gained anything.

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Old 04-02-2011, 11:44 PM   #1355
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Yeppppp at least no gaining!!!! when u feel like it...fix it. Until ten ...just keeeep LCing it!!! i hope at 250's I still care about losing...lol
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Old 04-03-2011, 04:15 AM   #1356
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Ang the cheesecake sounds wonderful, enjoy! Have a great Sunday!
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Ang- bring me some of that cheesecake!!! At least you stay the same weight that is a good thing, and with your height you probably look good, you either gotta really limit carbs or become a work out queen something to shake up the system, if you are happy who cares, that is the main thing being able to go on with this forever
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Cheesecake

I have yet to produce a beautiful cheesecake out of my oven...much less after cooling so you have already won in my book. LOL I remember the first time I had stevia just hating it...but I had no idea how concentrated that sweetness is. Now that I know just how sparing I have to be in my coffee I love it! How much did you use in the recipe?
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The cheesecake did indeed turn out gorgeous-- I unwrapped it this morning and surprise! No cracks. It was just the prettiest thing. The crust turned out just perfect, and the cake itself had beautiful texture and flavor. The only downside is there was a hint of stevia, which I didn't appreciate, but as it was only a hint it didn't stop me. Next time i will use less Steviva and mix in some Ideal. I think maybe then I can call it THE PERFECT CHEESECAKE and use it all the time.

Melody, I use Steviva Blend, which is mostly erythritol with a little stevia mixed in. It is generally an excellent sweetener-- very sugarlike and almost no aftertaste. I think I may have used a few tablespoons too much and got too much stevia flavor. I actually can't stand stevia at all, I have never been able to control it and always ruined what I was trying to do. Erythritol and Xylitol are my best choices for sweetening. I think if you want a gorgeous cheesecake, just follow that recipe I posted, it made a beautiful one!

I spent the day at "John's Incredible Pizza" a new Kid Kasino that opened up here-- enormous buffet and rides and games and such. It was my brother's birthday, and he wanted his party there. (lol he's 37!) It was fun! The buffet was doable as a strong low carber. If you are weak you might be better off not going, but I had a nice big salad piled with the works and the toppings off several pieces of pizza. They had a giant dessert buffet and also a giant pasta buffet-- two areas I didn't even bother with. I enjoyed their giant salad bar and their pizza was pretty good. My son was the only actual kid at the party, so everyone gave him their accumulated prize tickets and he was able to get something bigger than a stupid pencil eraser for 50 tickets. Those damn places, making you spend $100 just to win a 5 cent item from China. I'm telling you, if I was a business shark, this is the kind of business I would open.

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Old 04-03-2011, 03:46 PM   #1360
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LOL Angela those places are the worst, or worse yet the ones that let you buy the lava lamp for $100 when the kids are wining and dont have enough money!!!!

Joe called tonight!!!!
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Bonus: I was under the weight limit for all the rides! WOOHOO!
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lol Amber! How are you feeling?
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WAITAMINUTE WHAT??? Joe called you??? TELL ALL RIGHT NOW!
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Its in my journal but Tony jsut fixed dinner andmy cell rang it was him and my mom is here, he was in the hospital for 2 weeks having heart valve surgery, he is coming on thrudsay at noon to see me and do the DNA test, I am so excited but I want to look good to meet him, how is that for the good Lord working? I said what else is going to happen? LOL It was what 6 weeks I think it was 2/22 when we spoke?

I am so excited Ang
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HUG HUG HUG HUG and one more extra HUG!
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I ate horrible things and I am.....very unhappy with me. It sarted yesterday ate one little corn coblet and a corn muffin...Gained 2 pounds. Then said why bother.....I am ughy poo.
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Here's the sweet girlfriend for you Martini:

aawwwww
It will be okay schmoopie, don't you worry your pretty little head!


Here's the realistic girlfriend for you:

Your fat cells have cruise reservations! They really want to take a scenic cruise in your sewers with the Piss Fairy. Why are you so mean to deny them a ticket??? KNOCK IT OFF!


(not sure what kind of support you needed, so I gave you both.)
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Gotcha..... I just don't kno what my problem is.
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I HAVE A PROBLEM, TOO!!

What are we going to do, Martini? Neither of us wants to be fat like this, and we are both trying and trying and trying. For crying out loud, neither of us are making any headway, despite VWL staring us right in the kisser. What do we need to do?

We can just keep doing what we're doing and hope for the best. This is certainly the easiest option, but at what point do we face the facts that maybe it's not enough?

Is it time to get uncomfortable? Is it finally time to move out of our happy zone and try to make things happen?

How long can I stay uncomfortable before I burn out and go back to what is comfortable? What can be done to hold off the burn out? I don't know how others maintain that level of focus and intensity. This is a lifetime gig and I'm pretty tired just thinking about it.

So, what to do? What to do? I don't like seeing you so down on yourself. I know it's a natural feeling, and it's one I've felt many many times-- the utter failure and disappointment and shame and futility. Time keeps marching, we're still fat.

Crap.

I'm glad you came in and admitted you're feeling awful about it all. Maybe it will help you place it behind you and get you going again. Don't let it stop you, don't give up. Just get right back to it. Our problems are similar, but we each have a completely different struggle. You struggle to stay low carb, but lose when you do-- I struggle to lose weight despite staying low carb.

What is going to pull you out of it? What is going to pull me out of it? What are we going to do?

I think maybe getting mad will help me. I am pissed at myself, so maybe that is the first step.
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(A short interlude from the weight rage)




So, there's my cheesecake. ALMOST perfect. If I can get rid of that faint trace of stevia, it would be pure heaven. The crust, the texture, the flavor were all lovely. My mom always made cheesecakes with crushed shortbread cookies instead of graham cracker, so I loved the pale crust.
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That cheesecake is a thing of beauty! Steviva, huh? I will keep an eye out!

Im sorry you are mad at you. Ive been mad at me a few times too. But just like you would want your son to do if he were in your shoes...hate the behavior, hate the cause, hate the effect, hate the clothing size...but dont hate on you. Love you as much as you can love anything each day you are alive.
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Thanks, Melody! What a perfect thing to say. You're right, of course-- I'm just trying to find a way to get myself to do what I fear needs to be done to move me past this monster 6 month stall--- low low low carbs and lots lots lots exercise. I am not very motivated, and I need to be.
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well gals, I think it depends on what YOU want. Clearly you are not happy just maintaining Angela so perhaps you ARE motivated to step out of your comfort zone and work your tooshy off and face some deprivation if LONG TERM it will make your mental and physical battles less.

Do you remember what works for you really really well in LC that you consider deprivation or hard work? If so, perhaps commit to 2 weeks of it and work it, work it hard. It doesn't have to be like that forever you know? Sometimes you just have to do what needs to be done and get on with it. You clearly know how to maintain (and lose inches!!!) so when you get to the 'I can't do it anymore" point you can just rest back there a while?

Personally i am losing slowly for me, avg 1lb a week for the past few months. I KNOW how to ramp it up back to my normal 2lbs a week but because I am somewhat content with my slow loss my brain is resisting. It all comes down to knowing what you want and acting on it. You know this already though

I guess it really does come down to choose your hard: losing weight, or being unhappy with your current progress.

martini, I reckon you have a lot of work and social situations that just influence ya to have that first bite. And man, that first bite can be deadly. It is hard to be strong but sometimes the prize is worth a hell of a lot more than some *insert HC food here*. Perhaps making some tasty available emergency food and keeping it around where you normally go offplan? You will get there though, heck you posted VWT in my journal. Thats exciting.

BTW, i'm jealous of your cheesecake!! I can never ever ever make them without cracks. But ... my inner lazy just cares how it tastes as it won't be there looking pretty for long
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Gosh that cheesecake looks lovely!!!!!

OK tough love time for my girls, cause I know you love me, and you know I love you!

Ang- OK you eat LC all the time and are not losing I think you need to break out the sweating to the Oldies and start Sweating I think some exercise will allow you to eat the way you are and shake up the old metabolism, if you are walking the dogs you need to add a little jog here and there for like 15 seconds just run and get all sweaty don't kill your self just small increases, walk jog a little walk jog a little. Lord knows I was couch potato queen but have seen the benefits of exercise I think you need to move a little, break a sweat and you will lose.

Martini- you are the single gal, filled with various social activities, you need to button down and resist the tastes of this and that, even those little bites are enough to kick you out of ketosis and ruin what you have done all week, eating LC. You know you lose when you stick to it. Maybe say you are going to eat clean for 2 weeks, nothing social, tell your friends and family sorry cant see you for 2 weeks I am focusing on me, do a little sweating, eat very clean and I guarantee you can knock 10 pounds off in 2 weeks. Martini you could be *98 by the end of the month I know it!!!!! It comes off fast when you do it!!!!

That is my advice, I dont like giving advice becuase I know how freaking hard it is, but I want to see you girls happy! Is this WOE always a joy ride? Heck no, but is it worth it? Heck yes!!!!! I know you both can do it!!!!!

Or make a goal, as you know my goal is not the wedding its Halloween and walking the Strip in my sexy Wonder Woman costume, LOL Seriously if I weigh 180 by the wedding I am taking a costume to Vegas and walking through the Freemont experience in it, LOL

MArtini- I want you to go buy a Sppring/SUmmer outfit 1 size smaller and hang it in your room where you will see if first thing when you wake up, and work on getting in it by Memorial Day! Something smokin hot!
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Martini, been there, done that, think I have a t-shirt from it a time or two ago! Good times. And worst of times. I don't know why we sabotage but I'm pretty sure it isn't because we are worthless, willpowerless scumbags. I'm pretty sure it's metabollic and as Angela says, your fat cells are mounting a counter attack to arrange job security for them.

Angela, yep what Amber says sure could be the difference for you! But I also just want to say, maybe it isn't black and white. Maybe it's not an either or. Maybe it isn't, either I get to eat 70-100g carbs a day and just eat low carb and not count.

Maybe you just start with one meal. What's your least egregious meal? Is it breakfast? Is it lunch? Is it dinner or snacking after dinner?

Just decrease whatever you are doing by 10%. And see if that's enough to get the scale moving. Just take one meal, and lean it up. Do the math for two or three variations for that meal then don't count anymore after that. Continue to eat LC as you have for the other meals.

If that doesn't work, then you take a second meal and lean it up...etc. See where I'm going with this?

For me, my lean-up/no brainer meals are weekday breakfasts and weekday lunches. I can go VLC or even ZC with em and still be ok from a cortisol standpoint. I can eat very leanly there. But at dinner time, I want my regularly scheduled program. And now days, I want my square of Lindt after dinner. And if I do that, then I'm perfectly happy.

Maybe you could try something like that?
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Excellent advice from my favorite losers! I have a lot to think about today. I'm so glad you guys care about me!

Tig, love the idea of working hard and then "resting" when I feel a burnout coming on.

Amber, yes, I absolutely need to ramp up the exercise. Am I ready? No, but I don't think any couch potato is. I will not be running, though-- I'll figure out something else. (I won't do anything that could bring back the dreaded plantar faciitis.)

Pooti, I absolutely need to organize my food better. I am very anti-low-calorie and anti-low-fat-- but that being said, even if I slash it down some, I'm in no danger of being considered low cal.

I'm shutting down my computer for the day-- I need to focus on getting stuff done today and the internet always sucks the time away from me. I'll be back tonight with a regular report and somewhat of a plan.

Have a wonderful day everyone!
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Angela, you are doing a great job no matter what.
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Hang in there, Angela. I'm in a similar situation, having not lost anything since January. And like you, I've been eating clean. As a matter of fact, I am really proud of myself for managing to stick to my meal plans the last few weeks and for not even being tempted by my beloved pretzels.

One foot in front of the other, marching forward with our LC lifestyle. We will get to where we want to be eventually.

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