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    Dinner actually went fairly well. Boiled crawdads, boiled shrimp, sausage wrapped shrimp, garlic shrimp, hot and sour soup (I avoided the tofu, so I avoided at least a few of the carbs and bad stuff), roast chicken, salmon I scraped the cheese mayo goop off, broccoli from broccoli and beef, and green beans. Yes, I'm over my carbs again, but I think I'm still below 40g carbs. I'm also high on protein and low on fat, but that's not as big a deal for one day as the carbs.
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    Slept 9 hrs 21min. It appears that I tend sleep an hour less than I'm in bed. Definitely feel better though.
    I should eat. Brunch sounds good. Berries and cream cheese rolled up in lox sounds divine. I'm out of lox. Off to the store!
    ETA: because I was lazy and didn't feel like dealing with people, I made tilapia instead. Made a broken sauce out of cream cheese, butter, a little cream, and some fresh blackberries and cooked two tilapia fillets in it.
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    Dinner was at the Mexican food place again. 3/4 oz pork rinds and 3 tbsp salsa, 1 catfish fillet, more salsa (approx 3 tbsp), 1/4 c cheddar, 2 c romaine, 1 tomato slice, 1/4 c cuke chunks.
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    W00t! Down to 125.8. (TMI) Even while spotting!(/TMI)
    Lunch will probably be nothing more than BP black tea, half butter, half cream.
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    Brunch was a garlic sausage and BP tea w/ 1/4 c heavy cream and 2 tbsp butter. It's a LOT better when you don't grab the salted butter.
    I also took a hot bath while drinking my tea and had an interesting result. I started shaking and getting light headed about 15 min after my bath (it seemed to be full on hypoglycemic/ low blood pressure shakes) and had to sit on the couch for a minute to get it to go away. I don't think I tolerate hot water anymore.
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    What was in the bath? When I read about "detox" baths, they recommended getting out VERY slowly and making sure to hydrate before, during, and after the bath. Also not to do anything remotely strenuous for a little while after. I think it's a blood pressure thing, though I'm sure some would say it's the release of "toxins". Not sure I buy that.
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    Water was all that was in the tub prior to me rinsing off. I wonder if it was bending over after the hat water that did it? For the hot tub, I was bending over to get my swimsuit off the floor, and for the bath, I was putting the dishes away. Neither of those are exactly strenuous.
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    Could be. In that case, it would definitely be a blood pressure thing. I imagine that hot water might somehow deplete sodium?
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    I dunno about the hot water, but I know sweating would. I was sweating while I was in the tub, and I don't have much sodium to lose, so that makes sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    ... for the bath, I was putting the dishes away...
    I would just take this as a good reason not to put dishes away. Maybe not to wash them, either, just to be safe!

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