I weighed in at 244 pounds three or four days running. Was getting very frustrated, so I did something I'd been thinking of. I ate only coconut oil and turkey breast for one day. (And my usual supplements.) I was hoping that the thermogenic effect of the CO and low carbs would kick me down a bit. Sure enough!
OK, OK, I did wind up eating a cup of Korean kimchee at about 5 PM, lordy, just needed a flavor buzz. Also 2/3 of an ounce of blue cheese. I mean, that's all that was in the container, so I was forced to empty it, right?
I drank 6 fluid ounces of coconut oil and almost 15 ounces of roasted turkey breast. Including some rum because pool=drink I had 1700 calories, 6 grams of carbs, 91 of protein. 58-24-2-17 fat-protein-carb-alk ratios.
1700 cal/day is my long term average, BTW, so that's the norm.
I found that as I sort of suspected previously, oil may stave off hunger better than carbs, but it is protein that carries the load. After only 2 oz of CO I went and mowed the pasture, er, back yard and at the end was feeling light headed. That was the only negative (besides flavor deprivation) of the day.
The results? The envelope, please........ 240.5 pounds. Now, even if I add back two pounds due to alky dehydration (I know the drill!), I'm still at a new low! And the plateau seems to be broken.
I'm going to eat more normally today and then try it again the day after.