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    My dogs eat a raw diet and it's amazing how that helped them lose weight. In addition, their coats are shiny and soft. Mine spoiled babies would probably have a heart attack and UDDD

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    Curse you, frozen yogurt!

    I had some, and it set me up for some problems.

    Note to self: frozen yogurt is not an acceptable substitute for plain yogurt.

    Here's what happened:

    Up at 5:30
    8:45 smoked pork chop
    grated zucchini with pesto

    11:30 potbelly salad with
    double meat and cheese
    viniagrette

    2:30 frozen yogurt while out shopping with the girls(I was in 'treat' mode)

    3:30 real yogurt with
    1T jam

    4:00 pork chop(trying to stop those froyo induced cravings)

    6:00 sashimi-swordfish, salmon, herring
    1/2C rice
    1/2C seaweed salad
    carrot, cucumber
    1/2C blackberries
    small dark chocolate bar

    8:30 small chocolate bar

    Water: 10 glasses
    Walking: 60"
    Pains: yes

    Bed at 9:30

    I am looking forward to my Down Day today. But I do think I pinpointed the problem yesterday. The frozen yogurt made it too easy to say yes to the berries AND the chocolate, and then have another chocolate before bed. At least I didn't stop and have the vanilla shake that was calling my name while I was doing an excessive amount on driving in the evening!

    I made a ridiculously complicated chart yesterday, for the pains. Time, intensity, position, food. I had hardly any the day before(a down day) and was disappointed when I had PLENTY to put on my chart yesterday.

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    Two for one

    No time to post yesterday, as we were having Easter fun. So here's two days worth of info.

    Saturday:

    Up at 6:30

    10:30 vegetable slurry with poached egg

    2:15 medium spinach salad with 1 bacon, 1/2egg, 1T vinegar

    6:15 1/2C yogurt

    Water: 10 glasses
    Walking: no
    Driving: too much!
    Pains: yes, plenty

    Bed at 10:00

    Sunday:

    Up at 6:45

    9:30 lox, cream cheese, capers, fruit salad

    12:45 lamb chop, zucchini, butter, pesto, 2 coconut macaroons, dark chocolate

    2:45 jr vanilla shake, lox, cream cheese

    6:30 chicken in a little barbeque sauce, caulicheese, 1 small sweet potato, butter, dark chocolate

    9:00 turkey slices

    Water: 6 glasses
    Walking: no
    Pains: some-fewer than yesterday, yay!

    Bed at 9:30

    I broke and had some cauliflower yesterday evening (on the FODMAPs list). Since I have restricted my vegetables, I have noticed much less poop activity, and not in a good way. I had told the doctor that i was puzzled by the IBS suggestion, as my bowel movements had not changed. Well, now they have. I did feel quite gassy in the evening. Of course, I had chocolate (also on the list) too. But I had a normal bathroom experience in the morning. man, how am I supposed to eat more of the veggies that are on the good list? There's only about 6 that I really like. Let's face it, lettuce, radishes, bean sprouts and bamboo shoots aren't the most exciting things in the world.

    However, I am loving this new way of cooking zucchini- grating it, then frying it in butter. Delicious.

    Read an interesting link on Winencandy's page. A disturbing piece of information, though, that a gluten experience can have effects of up to 6 months. Not that I think I have the condition that the article was describing, but it made me wonder if my pains(if caused my the Girl Scout Cookie Incident) might take a long time to vanish. I may need to consider that grains MUST vanish from my life.

    We had a nice Easter Egg Hunt yesterday, except for the storm that rolled through between the time the treats were hidden and they were hunted. Some of the candy in the eggs got melty. I was not as properly sympathetic as I should have been, apparently, that some of the sugar was spoiled. Oh, well!

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    A brief pause for a Pebbles Happy Dance:


    ~~~(((~~~)))~~~(((~~~)))~~~

    those are shimmies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabine View Post
    A brief pause for a Pebbles Happy Dance:


    ~~~(((~~~)))~~~(((~~~)))~~~

    those are shimmies!
    I am dancing with ya!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabine View Post
    However, I am loving this new way of cooking zucchini- grating it, then frying it in butter. Delicious.
    That is one of my 2 fav ways to eat zucchini. The other is to make "boats" and stuff them with feta & sun dried tomatoes & olive oil & bake them! I'm sure you could stuff them with something FODMAP approved...

    Quote Originally Posted by Sabine View Post
    Read an interesting link on Winencandy's page. A disturbing piece of information, though, that a gluten experience can have effects of up to 6 months.
    Yes, the 6 month thing makes you think...I don't think I've ever gone 6 months without a small slip...



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    Quote Originally Posted by winencandy View Post

    Why are we dancing???
    Because Pebbles' break was just a long weekend, and not seven months.

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    This is what happens

    ...when you are reading other people's journals.

    On my counter I have spread the ingredients for mini primal cheesecakes. Temptation brought to you today, courtesy of Pedidoc. I need to go to the store to get some more almond flour before I can proceed, though.

    I also need spinach. Yesterday I was ready to whip out one of my small wilted spinach salads, only to discover I had none of the starring ingredient. So, I had liverwurst instead. It felt like a Fat Fast Down Day!

    Here are the details:

    Up at 5:45(yes, I hit the snooze)

    11:30 vegetable slurry with poached egg

    3:15 2 slices liverwurst

    7:30 yogurt

    Water: 9 glasses
    Walking: 80"
    Pains: yes, 33

    Bed at 9:00

    I also treated myself to three episodes of Fringe, Season 2, and knitting on my shawl. This will be repeated today. And I want to paint the other corner of the house. If I do it, I will give myself a prize. (Sometimes, that's what it takes.)

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    No prize

    It started to rain before I started to paint.

    I made carnitas last night, but they weren't as satisfying as the first batch. I don't think this chunk of meat was fatty enough.

    I did have a good 9and reasonable) Up Day, however. Here are the details:

    Up at 5:30

    6:45 bratwurst
    1/2C cauli-cheese

    11:15 sushi and sashimi
    1/2C rice
    1/2C seaweed salad

    2:30 2 coconut macaroons

    3:30 salmon patty with mayo
    zucchini with onion and bell pepper leftovers
    dark chocolate

    5:30 modest portion of carnitas with
    avocado, sour cream, cheese on
    lettuce
    mini cheesecake(primal) with
    1T raspberry jam

    Water: 10 glasses
    Walking: 60"
    Pains:yes, 23

    Bed at 9:30

    Honey Update: He had an interview last week which went well. We are seeing if an offer will result. There was a phone interview on Monday which is leading to a face-to-face later this week. Either would be great work environments for him.

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    Raw data

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    Ok, I have been doing JUDDD for more than 4 weeks now, so here are my numbers. I have bolded the numbers taken AFTER an Up Day.

    202.0 3/5
    DNW 3/6
    202.0 3/7
    198.5 3/8
    195.5 3/9
    198.0 3/10
    198.0 3/11
    198.5 3/12
    197.0 3/13
    196.5 3/14
    193.5 3/15
    196.0 3/16
    193.5 3/17
    196.0 3/18
    195.5 3/19
    196.0 3/20
    194.0 3/21
    194.0 3/22
    192.0 3/23
    193.0 3/24
    193.0 3/25
    195.5 3/26
    193.0 3/27
    192.5 3/28
    191.5 3/29
    195.0 3/30
    192.5 3/31
    194.0 4/1
    191.5 4/2
    193.0 4/3

    My lowest weight since beginning is 191.5, which would be 10.5 pounds, but I am thinking I will stick with my post-Up Day weights, which is presently 193, or 9 pounds. Just over an average of 2 pounds per week. I am getting my mind into the 'one pound per week would be great' mode. So by the end of April, I hope to be in the 180s again.

    I'm finding JUDDD to be fairly easy. You know I would rather fast entirely on the Down Days, but I have gotten into a habit for the meals, so I will continue for now until the pains go away. I am actually starting to like the vegetable slurry! Aside from being small, the spinach salad is divine. I guess the yogurt is the only down side. It does not feel like FOOD to me. But I can take it!

    My Honey is still in, though wishing the weight loss were faster. He didn't write down his starting weight, but I think he has lost about 4 pounds. I'll need to ask him if he remembers. It is hard enough for me to remember what I weighed, much less his weights.

    The dogs, well, they don't have much to say on the matter. They are LOVING their Up Days, though!

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