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JJR
Friday, November 18, 2011, 10:03pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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  I'll give it a look see, but I've never know how to use anything other than the diet form and intake info.


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for the number of calories you are looking to eat I would just more or less doble up on all portions.  

Your body will tell you when it had enough .. you can't expect to stuff your self..

Eating all beneficial foods (95%) is way important when adding calories.

This should make eating fun..


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But???  Isn't the point of all of Dr. D's programs to get away from counting calories?

For me, caloric intake has absolutely nothing to do with anything when following the programs. I eat a lot of calories each day because I don't follow the portion recommendations, but, rather, I eat until I'm satisfied.  Because I eat a lot of veggies, protein and fat, I don't over eat.  I've lost 46 pounds this way, and have never given calories a second thought.  

But that's just me!!!      


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I went to http://www.everydayhealth.com and signed up on one there.  It seems to work pretty well.  Although it's free and I'm sure they'll be selling stuff a bunch and advertising.  I don't care.  It's free and it seems pretty slick.


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But???  Isn't the point of all of Dr. D's programs to get away from counting calories?

For me, caloric intake has absolutely nothing to do with anything when following the programs. I eat a lot of calories each day because I don't follow the portion recommendations, but, rather, I eat until I'm satisfied.  Because I eat a lot of veggies, protein and fat, I don't over eat.  I've lost 46 pounds this way, and have never given calories a second thought.  

But that's just me!!!      



I'm losing weight too quickly and wasting away.  I need to start somewhere.  I need to push myself and having some numbers to crunch will hopefully help.  


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JJR, if you are loosing weight then you're not eating enough "dense" calories, in other words, foods packed with lots of nutrition.

You need to eat more.


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JJR
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Yeah, I totally need to figure this out.  Because I've figured out my day and it's mostly done and I'm nowhere near 2K.  Just over 1K.

I need some dense calorie suggestions!!!!!

Thing is, I don't do sugar or wheat.  Or any kind of sweeteners other than a tiny bit of honey with my grain.  


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nutrient dense foods for nomads:

unibars, marmite, nuts, nut butters, salmon, eggs, cheese, lamb, rabbit, turkey,   hemp seed oil, nutritional yeast

Caloric dense: dates, figs, prunes, raisins, cherry juice


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Thank you C Sharp!!!  

I'm going to start another thread about this.


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Maybe eating more portions per day, will help also. You can adjust Swami to more frequent/larger portions and to normal frequency/larger portions. Have you tried that and then eating according to those. Changing your activity level (higher) will probably also increase your portions/frequency.





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I started another thread that kind of goes through all this.  But I eat a lot of times a day.


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