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jayneeo
Monday, October 1, 2007, 12:04am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I thought I'd try "zoning" my btd meals to lose some weight....but I'm back to just btd-ing my meals. every now and then I'll zone a meal, but it is just too obsessive to keep up with.....true I did it at one time and the weight fell off, but it is just such an exacting diet that the BTD looks like royal indulgence compared to it, of course that depends on how you use the BTD...one could eat too much of anything, but I'm glad to have a "do-able" system to return to.
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great way to keep your weight stable!


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It's funny. I've been at the same weight for a year (plus or minus one pound) eating whatever I felt like. Overeat, no weight gain. Undereat, no weight loss. I have to figure out a way to bottle that somehow so all my freinds can enjoy it too!  
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being lectin free is what does it for you!
lucky guy!!


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it's the no weight loss tha gets to me!
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Quoted from Alan_Goldenberg
It's funny. I've been at the same weight for a year (plus or minus one pound) eating whatever I felt like. Overeat, no weight gain. Undereat, no weight loss. I have to figure out a way to bottle that somehow so all my freinds can enjoy it too!  


You braggart you!!  



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it's the no weight loss tha gets to me!


Have you gone grain free?  When is your biggest meal?

Tell us your meals, everything, for the last week.  Don't leave a thing out, and also tell us what time you ate it.  Also, what supplements are you takig.



Knowledge is power.  SWAMI gives you the diet that will unlock the key to better health, and it's all based on your unique individuality.
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Have you gone grain free?  When is your biggest meal?

Tell us your meals, everything, for the last week.  Don't leave a thing out, and also tell us what time you ate it.  Also, what supplements are you takig.



Also include all types of exercise. I keep hearing over and over that O's *need* exercise.


It is not my responsibility to convince anyone of anything.
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jayneeo
Tuesday, October 2, 2007, 8:27pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Oh, I know why my weight stays on....trust me , I know, as I said you can eat too much of a good thing. In other words, I may not eat avoids....but I still get down with grains.....and my exercize isn't always where it should be......and by the way , thank you both (KK and Drea) for showing up to help me. I do stay the same , like Lloyd, only I am needing to lose about 25 lbs. maybe after this big dinner tonite I will take you up on telling you everything i eat. thanks again.
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My weight is the same after being on this for a month and it is aggravating. I figured after giving up breads, sweets, snacks, beer, potatoes and cheese some of it would come off but NOOOO. I do notice my skin being a lot clearer but when will the weight start to come off. I dont eat a lot of the vegetable beneficials due to not liking a lot of them but that cant be the reason why the weight wont come off can it ????

Ugg this is frustrasting
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I give up breads and rice (only "cereals" I have) and I lose weight. I eat cereal and my weight remains stable or lose at a miniscule rate. It was not like this before and I excercise my share.

Have you tried Deflect? When I used it I lost very fast. Unfortunately I insisted on returning to my bad eating habits

Drinking water also helps.

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All I drink is water and green tea and yes I take deflect before I eat. I am thinking my metabolism is dead and cant ever be revived....HAHAHAHA. Not even CPR would help.
Maybe I will just be fluffy from now on but with just clearer skin.
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btd is not necessarily for wight loss, mostly health....weight loss takes a little bit more strategizing, but will be mightily supported by the diet. I fall off the weight loss wagon a lot, but not the btd wagon.....
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Since I am not eating all the fattening stuff I was before that were avoids I figured some would come off. I work out at our gym at work at least 3 times a week. Like I said, maybe my metabolism has died and cant be revived. Oh well.
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How are your portions/frequencies when compared to  a BTD book? Wrong quantities can matter.



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My portions are regular, I dont have a huge appetite and I get full easier these days (partly due to the Monavie I take....it curbs my appetite some).
It has only been a month so I dont want to stress out about it too much. I just want to lose some before next May (it is my 20 yr high school reunion) and this weekend is my b day and I am going to try and still be good food choice wise.
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Stephanie, have you tried going the nonnie way?
that could make a huge difference!


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Hello? JanyeeO here.
I decided to record everything I eat here for the rest of this week anyway....maybe longer.....
KK and Drea as well as onyone else, feel free to make comments. I am in remorse for eating a lot of fattening (tho compliant except for the ice cream) foods at my party last night so I may be eating extra well....check me out.
brkfst: two devilled eggs, (compliant) (equals one egg..) grn tea.
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When you know you have someone watching over your shoulder it tends to affect your food choices. Especially for a very short trial. If that's what you are looking for (a conscience) then that's great.

If you are really looking for analysis of what you eat, it's better to just write everything down for a couple weeks (long enough to either get past the conscience stuff or to reinforce good habits!)
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Hello? JanyeeO here.
I decided to record everything I eat here for the rest of this week anyway....maybe longer.....
KK and Drea as well as onyone else, feel free to make comments. I am in remorse for eating a lot of fattening (tho compliant except for the ice cream) foods at my party last night so I may be eating extra well....check me out.
brkfst: two devilled eggs, (compliant) (equals one egg..) grn tea.


Hey Jayneeo, it might be easier if you kept track of your food intake all day (including exercise), and then posted at the end of the day for us to peruse. What do you think?

ETA: This is why I love the SP website so much. It calculates all the foods for you.


It is not my responsibility to convince anyone of anything.

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thanks, Lloyd, makes sense to track for a couple of weeks then analyze....
Drea ...yeah, likewise, good idea to write down at end of day....then post....deal.
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see the problem is remembering.......
ok, yesterday: the devilled egg brkfst (one egg) grn tea
lunch: a half cup sw. potato, cup of kale with evoo, chicken thigh, breaded, (compliant)
snack: cuppa raw vegetables (carrots, celery, radishes)
dinner: flax plus cereal with soymilk, pc of rye toast with butter, 2 oz pc of chicken
later: more sw potato with kale
4 oz red wine (2 oz pinot noir, 2 oz grenache, tasting to please DH)

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Ummm.....

Only comment is with both rye toast and breading for chicken, that's a lot of grain if you do it everyday. Not sure what is in the flax ceral besides flax, more grain? Might try using a crisp salad (with celery?) instead of the rye bread at dinner, at least a few times a week.
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Quoted from jayneeo
see the problem is remembering.......
ok, yesterday: the devilled egg brkfst (one egg) grn tea
lunch: a half cup sw. potato, cup of kale with evoo, chicken thigh, breaded, (compliant)
snack: cuppa raw vegetables (carrots, celery, radishes)
dinner: flax plus cereal with soymilk, pc of rye toast with butter, 2 oz pc of chicken
later: more sw potato with kale
4 oz red wine (2 oz pinot noir, 2 oz grenache, tasting to please DH)


I agree with Lloyd's comments. I'm glad there are other O secretors willing to help (KK, Lloyd). By the way, what kind of exercise did you do yesterday? If nothing else, I suggest you pick up a pedometer and aim for 10000 steps per day.


It is not my responsibility to convince anyone of anything.
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It also depends on how much you weigh now, how much you'd like to lose, and how fast you want to do it (i.e. how many pounds per week). This is another place where the SP website is helpful.


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