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How to Lock In Your Loss After a Correction Day, and Get Back on Track: Ch. 4

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TRANSITIONING TO NO-CARB EATING
For some people, eating no carbs at all is quite a switch. When I first did this, on the first day, I could feel my stomach increasing its acid to break down the fat and protein in my meals. As someone who has healed 6 peptic (that's "stomach") ulcers in her life, with two of them requiring hospitalization to do so, it was somewhat of a "uh oh" moment for me to feel the acid level in my stomach rising. Thing is, if I'd taken an antacid, I'd be screwing my own metabolism over. That's because you will NEED MORE ACID in your stomach to break down the fats and proteins in your diet. And the fact that my stomach detected this need to increase its acid to break down these foods, and adjusted accordingly is fantastic; it meant my metabolism was ramping up!

So, what did I do to avoid getting an ulcer, since I'm primed to get them? I drank more water, and at one point, took a pinch of spring green mix -- about 4 small green leafy veggie leaves that included arugula, chard, and bibb lettuce -- and gobbled them down after feeling this feeling for about 20 minutes. Not long after that, my uncomfortability ended. And that feeling did not return after that, which was fantastic as well. I also didn't eat anymore veggies or any carbs whatsoever for the rest of the two days of no-carb eating.

I liken this feeling I had to when my body was detoxing my first round, when I first entered Phase 2. It's not a good feeling, but you know it's part of the process of your body switching into high gear. Which is exactly what it needs to get out of starvation mode and start stabilizing again in Phase 3!

I'm restricted from posting more than a few characters of text at a time. So rather than skimp on details, I've decided to split this strategy up into several mini-posts. Think of them as "chapters," in a manner of speaking. Each point in the summary (first listed in the "Introduction") will be covered in a separate chapter, numbered according to the sequence listed.

NEXT BLOG ENTRY: The hows, whys, and ultimate benefits of no-carb and low-carb eating with this strategy (Ch. 5)

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Updated September 15th, 2012 at 06:19 PM by GonnaLoseIt

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