Read through everything here today and subscribed, I find the topic fascinating and would like to hear the long term results as people approach them. I'm going to start on this tomorrow and see if I have any noticeable changes over the next few weeks. I am actually more interesting in the metabolic affect of the twice daily CO consumption but wouldn't mind losing a few pounds in the process to reach my GW more quickly (on top of adding my own data into the results of this thread for further insight/clarification).
heatseeker: Thanks for bringing up the topic and I'm glad to see you are finally breaking through and moving towards your goals. It must be a great feeling. Keep it up and keep us informed
marthat: How long ago did you stop this experimental protocol, and did that directly result in a:
1) Rise in scale weight
2) Rise in fat storage
3) Increase in food craving/quantity per day
4) Do you remember or did you track the amount of time between stopping the protocol and how long it took for you to go back to your original "set point" to use the term we all seem to be embracing here.
Ripped: The vast majority of the posts you have made are rather Troll'ish - some of them are not. It goes to reason that you are not always acting like a preachy, elitist as*h*le. It would be wonderful if you would open your mind a bit and stop regurgitating the same bullsh*t post after post and embrace the more factual posting you seem to be capable of from time to time. That or please go post your own thread on your wonderful journey in low calorie fat loss as others have suggested - you are constantly taking this thread off topic to the point where a mod should have already removed you from this thread.
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About Me: Male, 5'9 - SW: 181 (3/27/09), CW: 163.4 (1/08/13), LW: 160.2 (4/12/12) - GW: 145 & 8-9 %BF
"If we do not burn these bodies, we will all be dead of disease in three days. God will understand, my lord. And if he doesn't, then he is not God and we need not worry." - Balian of Ibelin