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This entry is more for me to be able to find the data, if needed later, but a health fair this week at the office allowed me to step on Baylor's fancy machine (Tanita) to get a body composition analysis. Here are my stats:
Body Type: Standard
Fat %: 26.3
BMR: 5533 kJ
?: 1322 kcal
Fat Mass: 35.2#
TBW: 72.0# (Total Body Water)
I learned a lot while using hCG and beyond.
Here are the main ones besides http://hcgdietinfo.com and all the wonderful forum members:
Dr. Simeons' protocol, Pounds & Inches at http://www.hcgdietinfo.com/Dr-ATW-Si...and-Inches.htm
Why We Get Fat & What to Do About it
by Gary Taubes
The Primal BluePrint by Mark Sisson
The Paleo Solution by Robb Wolf
Leptin Reset: http://jackkruse.com/my-leptin-prescription/
How is everyone? Three mornings of eggs/bacon and the last two days doesn't seem to be hurt by the eggs, so maybe I can assume eggs are safe/good for me. What should I add tomorrow? Cream? That is what I was thinking... and then try that for three days before adding the xylitol. Wait! Maybe I should add the xylitol tomorrow, and that way can have CC again. Now there's a thought! I want to figure out slowly what was causing the other gains. (It probably was that nasty shredded cheddar cheese.
Updated August 21st, 2011 at 05:54 AM by Carry2010
Less than a year ago when I heard about the hCG diet, I thought it mysterious at first. Then I learned about the injections. Oh, eek. Then I heard someone using a cream vs. the injections. Oh, that sounds better. Then I heard about the drops, but read how they might not be as effective.
Well, after months of all this rattling around my brain, I was finally fed up with my size. I guess it's when I realized I was at my pregnancy weight that got my attention. I was able to let
Updated August 14th, 2011 at 08:26 AM by Carry2010
Gathering Recipe URLs
Here's the scale I found at Target for $4.99 that will help me to learn what 100 grams looks like for the meat portion on P2. It was interesting I could not find it online at Target, but it was found exactly where the article says--in the kitchen area. It
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