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So it's been a week of VLCD for me. Today was my 7th weigh in and I'm down 10lbs. I'm expecting my weight loss to slow down now, as the last couple days have been .5lbs instead of 1+lbs. I think I may step up the detox support, as I haven't really been doing anything much. I did take an epsom salt bath Saturday night although I was almost out of epsom salts so it wasn't very concentrated. Going to pick up some more today along with some tea.

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VLCD day 14 for me, 0.6 loss today.

That brings my round total to 14.4 lbs

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Let's see, I was -.8 this morning. I've lost 20 lbs since June now.

And I've lost 3 inches off my hips in the past two weeks, 2 inches off of my thighs, an inch off my bust and an inch off my waist.

I need to up my water intake, I haven't been drinking as much as I should be...

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Down about .3lbs this morning. Not great, but I'll take it. My bathroom "schedule" (for lack of a better term) has been every other day since starting the VLCD and I weighed in before, um, my bathroom appointment. So that may have thrown my numbers off a bit.
That said, I am also about to ovulate and I've noticed over the past couple days that even though I am drinking the same amount of water (at least 4 quarts, usually a little more) I am not peeing as much. And it has actually been very cool here, so it's not as i I'm sweating it out. So I think I may be retaining more water then usual. I did read in Pounds&Inches that while most women will retain during the days up to and during menstruation some will retain with ovulation. So hopefully that's the reason for me!

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also remember that as your body is breaking down cells it retains water. What is often seen is a semi plateau followed by a whoosh. So you may find yourself started to "release" more water weight in the next day or two.
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I keep writing a post and forgetting to click submit reply before one of the kids pulls me away.

After yesterday's 2 lb loss, I've stalled today. No biggie. I know I'm losing inches. I can feel it.

Keep up the good work, ladies!

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also remember that as your body is breaking down cells it retains water. What is often seen is a semi plateau followed by a whoosh. So you may find yourself started to "release" more water weight in the next day or two.
True, true. It shouldn't matter why really, just knowing that I'm retaining water is a good enough explanation for me.

In other news, I made myself an omelette (1 whole egg and 3 whites) for dinner filled with sliced tomatoes from a friend. Also had a couple other sliced tomatoes on the side. Super yummy and totally hit the spot. I love tomatoes and can't wait to get off the VLCD so I can make myself a homemade pesto pizza topped with sliced tomatoes. Going to use the Tropical Traditions dough recipe which is cheese, eggs, flax, and coconut flour. Mmmmmmm... pizza.

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Down 1.2lbs this morning.

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That omelet sounds so good. I completely forgot that we could use eggs, if we add the extra whites. Tomorrow I might have breakfast no lunch and then dinner so I can have eggs in the morning w/ everyone. That would be fun.

No gain or loss today, but tomorrow marks three weeks on injections, so I'm not surprised things are slowing down a bit. And I'm really okay with it, too. I made a coffee drink yesterday - blended some cold hazelnut/vanilla flavored coffee with some coffee ice cubes I made, hazelnut stevia andice. It was pretty tasty.

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Clover- Way to go! BTW, what did you cook your eggs in? I have a stainless steel pan, which it will stick to without butter. *drools at the thought of butter* My other option is cast iron, but it's seasoned with lots of fat. I would love to make this if I could get away with it.

Green- A stall is better than a gain! I stalled yesterday and today I lost 1 lb! Yippee!

I'm down a total of 16 lbs in 13 days!

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I borrowed a non-stick pan from a friend to use for eggs. I usually use stainless steel but that needs some fat. Although when I made the eggs in a nest in my stainless steel pan they didn't stick too much. Maybe because of the moisture from sauteeing/steaming the greens first? Who knows.

And congrats on your loss Suburban! I'm down a little over 11lbs in 10 days. I would love to lose 20lbs total this round, so we shall shee if I can get there.

Greenmom, how much longer are you going for?

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I'm doing a 40 day round, so I still have 3 weeks ahead of me.

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Biggest single day loss for me today: down 3.4 lbs!

I decide to try an apple day yesterday, since I have been feeling 'stuck-ish' -- and like I never let go of the extra retained fluid from TOM.

It also gave me a much-needed break from thinking/planning my meals. Just for one day it was nice to have the simplicity of just grabbing an apple.

So I'm now down 18 lbs for the round (I'm on day 16 of VLCD) and 31 lbs since my birthday on June 5th.

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That's awesome, Mary!

I'm down .8lbs this morning.

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Another stall day for me today. I'm feeling kind of backed up and I think I'm going to do an epsom bath this evening. I kind of knew this was coming...

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I haven't gone #2 in almost 3 days. Natural Calm is not naturally calming my bowels. lol. I'm going to wait another day and if I still don't go, it's going to be Smooth Move tea again.

I'm down another 1 lb today which makes the math nice & easy. 17 lbs in 14 days!

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Oh I am so happy to find this!!!

My NP just recommended this diet to me today...and I have been researching it since lol

I do have question though...how do you handle lunch on the go? We are very seldom home for lunch and usually either grab on the road or pack sandwiches etc. I know it sounds silly, but I cant wrap my head around this aspect of it

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For meals on the go, just cook an extra portion of chicken or beef the night before. When we went to the zoo this week, I brought my grilled chicken, cucumber slices, and an apple with me and it was perfect for lunch. That being said, I was still drooling at the sight of popcorn and soft pretzels. I know they're just loaded with terrible ingredients though so I'm doing myself a favor by avoiding it.

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For meals on the go, I may have it a bit easier then everyone else as I am doing the diet as a vegetarian. This week for example I was out of the house so I just packed myself a container with cottage cheese and one with some cherry tomatoes. That was my lunch, I usually eat my fruit as an afternoon snack when we got home. I've also gone out with hard boiled eggs and cucumbers, egg "salad" and tomatoes, etc. I think it's easy pretty, actually.


This morning only showed a loss of .2lbs. Once again, although I was drinking tons yesterday (it was so hot and humd here!) I didn't pee a lot. So, I'm calling water retention! Hopefully tomorrow or the next day will be a big loss.

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Thats another one of my "issues"...I am such a picky eater..I hate it. I have been forcing myself to try and enjoy new things in the last several years, but convenient things, like cukes and tomatoes, I try every year and blech. Maybe though...I will keep trying I do have some bento boxes too so that may help as far as packing things.

I will have to be, gulp, organized! :

Ok, off to research a bit more before heading out with the kids!

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I'm picky too. I hate cucumbers. I force myself to eat them. lol.

I'm down another 1.2 lbs which makes it a total of 18.2 in 15 days!

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I'm picky too. I hate cucumbers. I force myself to eat them. lol.

I'm down another 1.2 lbs which makes it a total of 18.2 in 15 days!
Awesome!!

I love most veggies -- good thing brussel sprouts are not on the list, hate those!

Sometimes I will pack something to take along. Mostly, like right now, I will eat my protein/veggie/melba before leaving so that my needs to not dictate the day. I can then pack along a simple apple and eat it when the fam eats or whenever I'm hungry. That has been working really well for me.

The other thing, if I know we're going out to eat is that I can eat my protein before leaving home and then just order plain salad greens and unsweetened ice tea at the restaurant. It makes less of a 'look at me and my needs' big deal of the whole thing.

When our homeschool playgroup gets going this fall I intend to make up a cold chicken and cuke salad to pack along. That plus some fruit will totally rock for my lunch.

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Okay, so the kidney pain is completely gone, but now I have this constant "side ache" on the front of my body, right under my ribs. I thought it was hunger at first, but it doesn't go away after I eat anymore. I just want to be hunched over or stretched out all day. Today, while I was waiting in line at the store, I thought I was going to scream. It was so painful. I ended up crouching down for a minute to compose myself. People must have thought I was nuts.

Anyone else have this problem? My sister is on the same day as me and she has the same issue, but it's more of a traditional side ache (on her right side).

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Okay, so the kidney pain is completely gone, but now I have this constant "side ache" on the front of my body, right under my ribs. I thought it was hunger at first, but it doesn't go away after I eat anymore. I just want to be hunched over or stretched out all day. Today, while I was waiting in line at the store, I thought I was going to scream. It was so painful. I ended up crouching down for a minute to compose myself. People must have thought I was nuts.

Anyone else have this problem? My sister is on the same day as me and she has the same issue, but it's more of a traditional side ache (on her right side).
Not trying to diagnose anything...as I am not qualified for that at all...but when I was pg I had a pain where you seem to be describing and my midwife told me that it was probably my gallbladder. Always felt better if I hunched over or stretched out far. Had it with all of my pregnancies. Far worse if I had anything oily or greasy (thought that shouldn't be your issue on the protocol) or anything very spicy. And sometimes it seemed to come on without any of those known triggers.

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You may be onto something, Mary. I'm wondering if I should just do the 23 days instead of 40 now.

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Ok...so I called my doc and we are getting this going. I am excited and extremely nervous all at the same time.

I am feeling great lately as I finally have something that keeps my migraines down (a homeopathic called migraspray) and I havent had one for 7 weeks. I am really scared to start getting them again (if I forget to eat I get a doozy).

So really, you guys really arent feeling hungry?

I have been reading all I can find on it and am considering buying that cookbook previously linked.

What are the most important tricks and hints you can think of? Where do you get you flavored stevia...anything else you can think of to help me get started?

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You may be onto something, Mary. I'm wondering if I should just do the 23 days instead of 40 now.
I can't speak to that at all. I'm fairly new to understanding body chemistry and metabolism and all those things. Learning, but still new.

My first (uneducated) thought is that maybe your body needs some detoxing support?

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So really, you guys really arent feeling hungry?

I have been reading all I can find on it and am considering buying that cookbook previously linked.

What are the most important tricks and hints you can think of? Where do you get you flavored stevia...anything else you can think of to help me get started?
I don't feel hungry very often. Usually it kicks in when I'm cooking...which I why I now cook my own meals first and then work on the one for the rest of the family.

Truly I feel so full from drinking all the water that I usually don't get very hungry.

The cookbook is fab!

They have flavored stevia at the natural foods co-op/store I go to...hazelnut, chocolate...several others.

I got a big bottle/jar (like the size grocery store packaged parmesan cheese comes in) of plain powdered stevia at Trader Joe's for only $6.99. They had teensy bottles of organic powdered stevia for $9.99. I try to do lots of organics, but at that price difference I went with the big bottle.

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