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Old 10-30-2013, 12:22 PM   #61
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Last night went really well. We took our niece with us this year. She is 13 and normally doesn't like to go, but asked to this year. She is more scared of the people and houses than our dd at 8yo. Her fear made Hannah a little apprehensive this year. we finally had to tell Harley, our niece, she would have to go back to the house if she kept scaring Hannah because she has never been afraid at Halloween. That worked and for the rest of the night we had a wonderful time. Almost 300 kids this year at my mom's house. It goes up every year. When we started TT there, when Hannah was two, there were only 50 kids that came by. we didn't make it to the church festival this year. It took us two hours to get through all the crowds in our normal circle routine which usually takes about an hour. UGGH. But there wasn't much I wanted to look at this year on the silent auction, and Hannah said she was fine missing it although she said she really wanted to ride the horses. I see a horse in our future again, just don't know how soon.

Well all the weight I thought I was losing, I wasn't really. I noticed this morning that my scale was moved from where it was originally. Don't know how, don't know how long. But it was half way on the rug and half off. So my first weigh this morning was 173.6, then when I moved the scale to where it should be I weighed and it was 180.4. I am going to start November with the 180.4. I will also measure today. I moved the scale to where it will be noticeable if it moves even a little.

I am also going back to the DADR Induction for a week. All meat, eggs, cheese and just two cups of salad a day with cucumber and radishes OR a sour pickle. I figure great time to start over fresh and cleanse out the system again. See how it goes, I may make this a monthly ritual - 1st week of month DADR Induction. My goals this month are to lose 10pounds or drop down a size, to check weight every day, and to measure at least once a week.
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Old 11-01-2013, 10:07 AM   #63
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Measurements Starting today 11/1/13; next measure 11/8/13:

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Ribs = 35
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Old 11-02-2013, 08:17 AM   #64
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Well, my mom talked me into moving the scale again this morning. She said I really need it on a hard surface so it doesn't vary. Makes sense. So I moved it into the bathroom. OMG my weight went up! This morning it was 184. So I am guessing by where it is at now, my start weight was higher as well. SO before I moved the scale at all, my weight was 178. Now it is 184 - that is a difference of 6#, so my start weight must have been closer to 207 not 200.

Anyoleways, I am starting fresh with the scale and will go with 184 as of today. Tip of the day: Place your scale on a hard surface to begin with and don't move it.
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Old 11-03-2013, 06:37 AM   #65
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ha ha, yeah, I learned that the hard way too It sucks because it usually gives a nicer reading on an uneven surface...and then reality hits! No worries though, you lost the same amount of weight, just started at a different weight than you thought.
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So posting my weekly menu a little late... A lot of squash - it is Autumn. I will post the recipes the day I make it because I never follow recipes exactly as written.

Monday

Pot roast with mushroom/tomato sauce
cheesy cauliflower/roasted radishes/green beans
side salad

Tuesday
Marinated chicken thighs
Fried cauli rice
sauteed peppers, mushrooms, onions

Wednesday
Spaghetti casserole

Thursday
Chicken stir-fry with veggie skewers

Friday
Butternut bacon soup
Cheesy Garlic 'bread'

Saturday
Italian squash bake

Sunday
Roast
Spaghetti squash
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Old 11-03-2013, 03:50 PM   #67
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We had some ribeye steaks for supper and a small salad with cucumbers. I also roasted my pork today for tomorrow's meal. I took the fat back/skin off it after it was cooked and cut into 1inch pieces and baked them at 350 for two hours - made some really good pork rinds seasoned with season salt and garlic powder. YUM YUM!

I said I wasn't going to monitor my fat/protein this week but.... I think fat needs to be lower and protein higher. I am averaging 50g protein and fat at 80g a day. I want my protein around 65 and fat around 50. But i won't change anything this week. Just monitoring...
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So weighed this morning and I am up a pound and a half. OMG. No idea why. I guess I was better off when I was monitoring everything. I have been very strict on the 72 Induction and have not cheated, but something is wrong, way wrong. I didn't get much sleep last night either. Hannah was sick and kept me up. But I haven't been having leg cramps since I started taking extra calcium.
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Okay so Week 4
Day 22 10/26/13 weight 179.8
40.47 fat/33.29 Protein/1.3 NCarbs/514cals
B- 1 serv Bacon/Cheese quiche
L - hamburger patty
D - nothing

Day 23 10/27/13
59.3 fat/28.99 protein/4.39 ncarbs/708cals
B - 1/4c romaine lettuce, 2tbs lc gravy, 1 lemon fat bomb, coffee with 4tbs HWC
L - no lunch
D - 4oz pork roast, 1cup cooked radishes, 1/4c green beans, 1 lemon fat bomb, 1tbs mayo

Day 24 10/28/13 weight 178.4
30.22 fat/ 8.39 protein/3.32 ncarbs/343cals
B - coffee with 4tbs HWC
L - coffee with 4tbs HWC
D - 1 serving LC greek salad

Day 25 10/29/13 weight 177.8
84.57 fat/73.05 protein/6.28 ncarbs/1118cals
B -2tbs lc gravy, 1/4c shredded gouda, 2oz chicken dark, 1 med fried egg, coffee 2tbs HWC
L - 1 serving lc greek salad
D - 1/4c cauliflower, 1/2 serv chicken breast, 1/4serv lc greek salad, 1 serv shredded cheddar, 2serv pork rinds, 1/2 med fried egg, 2TBS HWC, 1TBS lc Gravy

Day 26 10/30/13
45.05 fat/18.51 protein/2.68 ncarbs/520cals
B - 2 med fried eggs, 2cups coffee with 4TBS HWC
L - nothing
D - 1/2 serv taco soup

Day 27 10/31/13 weight 177.2
96.13 fat/64.88 protein/7.59 ncarbs/1187cals
B - 1serv bacon/cheese quiche, coffee with 2tbs HWC
L- 1 serv taco soup, 1 med fried egg, 1 med boiled egg
D - 2.5oz cooked ground beef, 1 med boiled egg, 1 string cheese mozzarella

Day 28 11/1/13 weight 184.4
100.89 fat/98.49 protein/14.76 ncarbs/1385 cals
B- 2 med fried eggs, 3oz cooked ground beef
L - 3.5oz cooked ground beef, 1tbs mayo, 1/4c romaine lettuce
D - 3 hamburger patties, 1 small polish sausage, 1tbs mayo, 3 slices american cheese

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Day 29 11/2/13 weight 184
58.69 fat/40.72 protein/4.36 ncarbs/716cals
B- 1 serv bacon/cheese quiche
L - 1 pickled sausage
D - 1 hamburger patty, 1slice bacon, 1oz chicken breast, 1tbs mayo, 1/2c mixed salad greens, 1slice american cheese, 1 pickled sausage

Day 30 11/3/13 weight 183.1
80.31 fat/84.31 protein/3.97 ncarbs/1106cals
B- 3 med fried eggs, 1.5slices bacon
L - 1 pickled sausage
D - 2 deep fried pork rinds, 1c romaine lettuce, 1/2cup cucumber slices, 2tbs mayo, 1tbs ranch dressing, 10oz ribeye

Day 31 11/4/13 weight 184.4

B - 1 serv Bacon/cheese quiche, coffee with 2tbs HWC
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Old 11-04-2013, 04:30 PM   #70
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So went through all my books again and it finally hit me
It takes on average 72 hours for your body to react to a "cheat" which is why if you cheat on the weekend, you won't see the gain until Monday-Wednesday respectively. That would work the same for anything your body takes in. So looking back 72 hours I had Mcdonalds cheeseburger - no bun, but it was the first time I had fast food since starting. I also had another one the next day and a pickled sausage. So if that is the issue, I should expect an even out by tomorrow night and start losing again by Wednesday evening at the latest.

Yes it makes sense now.
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Old 11-05-2013, 08:02 AM   #71
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Whoot whoot! weighed this morning at 180.2 Very please that i have broken the upward trend. Now to clean out the closets and trade out summer for winter. Start planning my TG dinner and shopping lists. OH the Holidays are among us!
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I am excited about the holidays too! Congrats on the scale moving in the right direction!!! Hope your day is great!
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DINNER TONITE
Lime Marinated Chicken Thighs

6 chicken thighs
1 pk of lime SF jello
1TBS soy sauce
1c water
season salt and pepper to taste

In a bowl mix the jello, water, soy sauce and seasoning together. Place thighs in a gal size baggy and fill with jello sauce. Shake bag well to cover all chicken. Marinate for 1 to 5 hours in refrigerator shaking bag every 15mins(the longer it marinates the stronger the lime flavor). At end of marinating, place chicken and sauce in a casserole dish. Bake at 425 for 40-45 mins. Turn oven to broil and broil chicken for 5-10mins until golden brown.

Fried Cauli "Rice"
1 head of cauliflower
2cl garlic
Olive oil
1/4c soy sauce
2 eggs
1/2c diced onion
season salt and pepper to taste

Grate cauliflower into a large bowl. Heat up 2-4tbs oil enough to coat pan bottom. Crush garlic cloves and place in heated pan. Cook garlic for 5mins. Add in diced onion. Stir and cook until onion is slightly blackened on edges. Remove onion from pan and set aside. Place grated cauliflower in pan and cook for 15 min until tender but not mushy. Add back onion and garlic and cook together well. Pour in soy sauce and cook for another 5mins. Move cauliflower mix to side of pan and scramble eggs in pan and then mix thoroughly into cauliflower. Season to taste.

Sauteed Peppers, Mushrooms, Onions
In heated oiled pan add in 1 stick of butter and season salt and pepper. The add in diced or chopped veggie mix. Cook, stirring occasionally until veggies are slightly blackened on edges.
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Old 11-05-2013, 02:10 PM   #74
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On the chicken, do not bake WITH the sauce. It was supposed to sayplace chicken WITHOUT sauce in a casserole dish, not and. IDK how it would be if you cooked it with the sauce, never tried it that way.
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You know what is funny? I made lime chicken tonight too! and, I was planning on making cauli-rice, but got asparagus instead since it was on sale! Your dinner looks delish
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Tonite was Spaghetti Casserole:
1 serving - 28g fat/30.5g protein/6.5 ncarbs
  • 2c mozzarella shredded
  • 1c gouda shredded
  • 4oz cream cheese
  • 1/4c homemade enchilada sauce
  • 4tsp italian seasoning
  • 1/2 sliced bell pepper
  • 1/4c chopped onion
  • 3 medium eggs
  • 16 oz cooked and chopped pork or whatever leftover cooked meat you have
  • 4 cups of cooked and shredded spaghetti squash
  • 2 tbs butter
  1. Preheat Oven to 350.
  2. Mix 2 eggs, mozzarella cheese with spaghetti squash. Press into a casserole dish.
  3. In large bowl combine pork, 1 egg, bell pepper, onion, seasonings, and add in drops of butter and chunked up cream cheese. Cover spaghetti squash with mix.
  4. Top with enchilada sauce and spread across.
  5. Bake for 30mins.
  6. Top with Shredded Gouda and serve.




Picture is 1/2 serving on a 7"plate
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It is a rainy dreary day here and all I ever want to do on these days is snuggle up with some covers and sleep. But are local GW is moving and having a 50-75% of everything sale, so I may be going out today.

I ate some more of the spaghetti casserole for breakfast this morning. It is so good. I don't think I have ever had that squash before.
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I was going to buy a spaghetti squash just a few days ago, and decided against it. Is it really good?
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Lisa, it was SO good. I never had it before. It resembles angel hair pasta, but has its own taste. My father who does not like any squash, actually liked the casserole.
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Okay so measured today. Not much change, but I still feel good.

Measurements 11/8/13
UA = 13
Bust = 38.5
Ribs = 34.5
Waist? = 38
Stomach = 42.5
Hips = 44.5
UT = 23.5

10/8/13
upper arm 14.5
bust 41
rib cage 35
waist 37
stomach 43
hips 45
upper thigh 25.5

Total One Month Changes - 20lbs
Total Inches lost - -6.5 inches
UA - -1.5
Bust - -2.5
Ribs - -.5
Waist - +1
Stomach - -.5
Hips - -.5
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Okay so I have been stuck at 180 for four days. I decided to eat as much as I possible could today, all on plan of course. I ate almost 1600 cals...... O M G ...... I don't think I have ever, ever, ever, eaten that much in one day. I know I will suffer all night for it, but I am hoping it will make me gain, lose just get the scale to move off 180.

I also learned an oldie but goodie again - If something sounds to good to be true, it IS. I had a natural foods rep come over last night to see if we could start buying all natural, organic meats and veggies. Everything seemed Great, yes it would cost us about 50 more per month for meats but the benefits we would gain from getting hormone, steroid, antibiotic free food would be worth it And they were going to throw in a freezer. We signed up! But I was looking over the contracts, and the food order wasn't attached as it was supposed to be. Long story short -- we signed contracts for 8 month delivery billable monthly. This was supposed to cover 8months of meals for our family of five. Well, I had them email me the food order today and I calculated it all out - only four months of food for dinners. So after talking with the rep and corp office, I canceled the contracts. The food order only covered 160lbs of meat. 160lb*16oz=2560oz/5ppl=512ozperperson 512oz/8mo=64ozpermonth 64oz/30days=2ozday
2oz of meat per person a day if done for 8months. We would starve.

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okay went over 1600...had to make some chocolate pumpkin clouds. It must be getting near TOM. I am definitely wanting sweets. I know chocolate is off plan for me.. but it was the unsweetened Hersheys 100% special dark cacao powder which I have heard several people say is okay. SO I can hope. If not oh well I may have fallen off the wagon but I am still here.
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I had planned on making my butternut bacon soup for supper but didn't realize that it was so high carb. May just have a spoonful or two and a steak. But it is SO Good.

cals: 160kcal | fat: 12.52g | carbs: 5.61g | prot: 5.83g per serving
  • 3c chopped butternut squash
  • 1tsp salt season
  • 1 tsp cinnamon spice
  • 1/4c shredded gouda
  • 3 tbs olive oil
  • 12 slices bacon
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 16 oz chicken broth
Directions
  1. Preheat oven to 375.
  2. Fry up 1/2 of bacon in med fry pan. Set aside on paper towels when done.
  3. In a roasting or baking pan,combine squash and spices with 1/2 cup water. Bake for one hour, stirring occasionally. Drain and set aside. Coat with oil.
  4. Take one fourth of squash mix, place in blender. Add in 4oz broth. Blend until smooth. Pour into soup pot. Repeat 3x.
  5. Add in uncooked bacon to soup pot. Cook on high for 5mins then over med-low heat for 15 mins.
  6. Crumble cooked bacon and sprinkle shredded cheese over each bowl before serving.

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WEEK FIVE 11/2/13-11/8/13

I am going to post this instead of my weekly meal planner.
Day 29 11/2/13 weight 184

58.69 fat/40.72 protein/4.36 ncarbs/716cals
B- 1 serv bacon/cheese quiche
L - 1 pickled sausage
D - 1 hamburger patty, 1slice bacon, 1oz chicken breast, 1tbs mayo, 1/2c mixed salad greens, 1slice american cheese, 1 pickled sausage

Day 30 11/3/13 weight 183.1
80.31 fat/84.31 protein/3.97 ncarbs/1106cals
B- 3 med fried eggs, 1.5slices bacon
L - 1 pickled sausage
D - 2 deep fried pork rinds, 1c romaine lettuce, 1/2cup cucumber slices, 2tbs mayo, 1tbs ranch dressing, 10oz ribeye

Day 31 11/4/13 weight 184.4
33.47 fat/12.29 protein/1.30 ncarbs/374cals
B - 1 serv Bacon/cheese quiche, coffee with 2tbs HWC

Day 32 11/5/13 weight 180.2
103.73 fat/54.79 protein/11.61 ncarbs/1257cals
Water 14x8
B - 1 serv Bacon/cheese quiche, coffee with 2tbs HWC
L - 10oz ribeye, 1/4c romaine lettuce, 1/4c cucumbers, 1.5 strip celery, 1tbs mayo, 1/8c taco soup
D - 1 small roasted thigh, 1c fried cauli, 1.5 slices bell pepper, 1/4oz onion, 3 slices mushroom

Day 33 11/6/13 weight 180.8
Water 16x8
57.4 fat/41.21 Protein/5.53ncarbs/726cals
B - Nothing
L - 2 fried eggs, 1 smoked pork sausage 7", coffee with 2tbs HWC
D - 1/2 serving Spaghetti Casserole

Day 34 11/7/13 weight 180.8
Water 16x8
67.07g fat/47.81g protein/7.37ncarbs/855cals
B- 1 serving spaghetti casserole, coffee with 2tbs HWC
L- nothing
D - 1 small chicken thigh chopped with 1slice of yellow squash cooked in 2tsp butter chopped, topped with 1/8c shredded Gouda, coffee with 2tbs HWC.

Day 35 11/8/13 weight 180.8 so tired of 180 so I ATE today.
Water 14x8
131.09g fat/97.27g protein/8.59ncarbs/1644cals
B - 1 serving cheesy bacon quiche, coffee with 2tbs HWC
L - 3.5oz of ground beef with 1 serv of fried cauli, 5 slices of cooked in butter yellow squash, 1/8c shredded Gouda, and 1tbs kraft mayo all mixed together.
S - 2 deep fried pork rinds
D - 3.5 oz ground beef, 1/2 small chicken breast, 1tsp hot sauce, 1tbs mayo.
S - 1 serving chocolate pumpkin cloud
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Changed how I made the Butternut Bacon Soup but it would not let me edit -
cals: 160kcal | fat: 12.52g | carbs: 5.61g | prot: 5.83g per serving
  • 3c chopped butternut squash
  • 1tsp salt season
  • 1 tsp cinnamon spice
  • 1/4c shredded gouda
  • 3 tbs olive oil
  • 12 slices bacon
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 16 oz chicken broth
Directions
  1. Preheat oven to 375.
  2. Fry bacon in med fry pan. Set aside on paper towels when done.
  3. In a roasting or baking pan,combine squash, oil and spices with 1/2 cup water and broth. Bake for one hour, stirring occasionally. Set aside.
  4. Take one fourth of squash mix, place in blender. Blend until pureed. Pour into soup pot. Stir well. Repeat 3x.
  5. Simmer on low until ready to serve.
  6. Crumble cooked bacon and sprinkle shredded cheese over each bowl before serving.
Oh SO GOOD!!! I could just eat this all day. Warning: My Dh and BIL say it looks to much like baby food and would not even try it. But my DD loved it and asked if it could be made into pudding. It does have a warm cinnamon taste to it. I can see eating this on a cold winter's night next to a fire with some hot cocoa.

Also made Cheesy 'Bread' VERY GOOD as well.
Cheesy 'Bread'
120kcal | fat: 9.51g | carbs: 1.22g | prot: 7.76g per serving
Makes 14 servings
4oz cream cheese
2c Shredded Mozzarella
3 eggs
4oz Shredded Gouda

Preheat oven 350. Grease a small-med baking sheet very well. Cover with the mozzarella. In a bowl, mix the softened cream cheese, egg and Gouda. Pour over mozzarella. Cook for 20mins. Allow to cool before cutting slices.

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Old 11-09-2013, 09:08 PM   #87
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I might try that cheesy bread

P.s. Your new pic looks amazing!!! You are doing so well.

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Old 11-09-2013, 09:18 PM   #88
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Okay so I finally calculated up how I used to eat. I only ate once a day usually supper. So here is a picture showing three basic meals we would usually eat. Notice how all are under 1000 cals a day, with carbs being around 70 average, protein higher than fat, and I was gaining weight every day on this woe. The 2nd pic shows my new woe to show the difference.

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Old 11-11-2013, 07:46 AM   #89
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Hey there!

You are looking awesome! That is quite a significant change in just a short amount of time. Scales can be frustrating, but you know the saying - a picture is worth a thousand words!

All of these recipes sound delish, I may have to borrow a few.

Have a great week!
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Old 11-11-2013, 08:01 AM   #90
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Thanks Bren!

Back on to 72 Induction here on. I learned I can not go over 1600 cals without gaining. I will know tomorrow how bad the butternut squash did me in. But by Thursday I should be losing again.

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