On the road to recovery from obesity
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13-01-2017, 07:16 PM
RE: On the road to recovery from obesity
(13-01-2017 01:47 PM)skyking Wrote:  5 more this week. I am down a total of 32 pounds in 40 days, I passed the 10% mark.

Awesome!

I don't know if your program has a built-in equilibrium phase at all? Do you pause and get accustomed every 10% or so, or do you just keep on going?
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13-01-2017, 07:20 PM
RE: On the road to recovery from obesity
Just keep going till 10 pounds above target, and transition out of ketosis into a diet plan.
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14-01-2017, 06:11 AM
RE: On the road to recovery from obesity
The incredible shrinking man! Smile

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14-01-2017, 06:23 AM
RE: On the road to recovery from obesity
I lost almost 60 lbs in 4 months -- while eating everything I wanted, and drinking beer by the 12 pack.............


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Of course you don't want much to eat with a meth habit...............


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14-01-2017, 08:49 AM
RE: On the road to recovery from obesity
I had a friend who went to a beer only diet for many months, he lost weight too.
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27-01-2017, 12:55 PM
RE: On the road to recovery from obesity
Update: I have lost another 7 since I last posted and may get to the halfway mark to my goal next week.
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04-02-2017, 10:53 PM
RE: On the road to recovery from obesity
We are thinking about jumping ship on this diet, after some symptoms that sparked more research. We would move together as a unit to a different program.
Ketogenic diets are potentially dangerous.
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21-02-2017, 10:52 PM
RE: On the road to recovery from obesity
12 weeks in now. ~51 pounds down.
I am on a low dose of BP medicine for about a year now. Today, I popped a 107/57 with a pulse of 65. I think the BP medicine is about done!
The last two weeks I was training on a tower crane. The old crane at the school has a 100' vertical ladder, the "fall to your death" sort of ladder.
You have to harness up with fall protection gear, lanyards, chest, waist, crotch straps, about 25 pounds of gear. The first few days I took a couple of breathers on the ladder on the way up.
The last day, there was a handful of young ironworker apprentices near the base of the crane, waiting to do cooperative training with us operators.
This old fart charged up the ladder in one go Smile That's how it's done, boys and girls.
It feels good to feel good.
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22-02-2017, 09:51 PM
RE: On the road to recovery from obesity
So proud of you guys! You're doing it!
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23-02-2017, 07:27 AM
RE: On the road to recovery from obesity
(21-02-2017 10:52 PM)skyking Wrote:  12 weeks in now. ~51 pounds down.
I am on a low dose of BP medicine for about a year now. Today, I popped a 107/57 with a pulse of 65. I think the BP medicine is about done!
The last two weeks I was training on a tower crane. The old crane at the school has a 100' vertical ladder, the "fall to your death" sort of ladder.
You have to harness up with fall protection gear, lanyards, chest, waist, crotch straps, about 25 pounds of gear. The first few days I took a couple of breathers on the ladder on the way up.
The last day, there was a handful of young ironworker apprentices near the base of the crane, waiting to do cooperative training with us operators.
This old fart charged up the ladder in one go Smile That's how it's done, boys and girls.
It feels good to feel good.

Picture's looking good! Thumbsup

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