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Round 3, VLCD 1.. Finally!

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Whew! I got through loading without dying, which is certainly how I felt. I did a dirty load rather than a clean one, which I don't normally do. I won't be doing that again. Definitely true, hard to get a lot down when you have sugar and flour included with the fat. Plus, well, it was just gross. I'm starting this round now at 164.4, which is a whopping 8lbs over my LIW from Round 2. That sucks. On the one hand, I already regret loading dirty because I didn't really want to gain that much in load weight, and I'm worried that when it comes back off I'll only end up losing about 10 'new' pounds this round. On the other hand, if my body plays nice... maybe the load weight will come right off in a matter of a couple of days and I'll be on track again? Only time will tell.

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  1. prdreams@aol.com's Avatar
    Hi AimMee, it has been my experience that the more you load, the more you lose. Didn't load much the first round because I didn't see the logic and lost well, but really loaded in the next round (as hard as it was....and I not kidding, it was hard) and lost a lot more the second time. If I were a betting gal (and I am) I bet you will lose most if not all of your load weight in the beginning and it's all cake (oooops) from there!
  2. AimMee's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    Hi AimMee, it has been my experience that the more you load, the more you lose. Didn't load much the first round because I didn't see the logic and lost well, but really loaded in the next round (as hard as it was....and I not kidding, it was hard) and lost a lot more the second time. If I were a betting gal (and I am) I bet you will lose most if not all of your load weight in the beginning and it's all cake (oooops) from there!
    I agree. That tends to be the case for most people. In my experiences thus far, I don't normally gain more than a pound or two when loading anyway, though, because I don't usually incorporate much starch/flour/sugar. This time, I threw caution to the wind and added in all of it, which resulted in a much larger gain than what is typical for me. It WILL come off, you're right, just not as fast as I'd like.