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  1. Lovely Losers - Fabulous, Feisty and Fierce in February!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tracy View Post
    Wendy, I looked for info on the FB page in files to learn about the Fat Fast but couldn't find anything. Is there a link you could share? Thanks!


    Not sure how well it works at the moment!!!

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  2. Sermorelin - Can anyone tell me about this...saw it on Diet Doc

    I read about this on the Diet Doc, does anyone know what it is used for, if it is safe and if anyone uses it, is it a continuous supplement

  3. Grammy's Inflammation Smoothie

    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    Can you think of anything that changed before the big rise? Started a new supplement, had a night of bad sleep, extra stress?

    You could try grammy's inflammation smoothie to try to get the bloat weight down:

    1/2 cucumber
    2 stalks celery
    1 inch knob of fresh ginger
    1 whole lime

    Blend with some water and drink it either as the first meal of the day or the last.

    One of our posters here uses it instead of a steak day,
  4. Anyone in Los Angeles - March 2018???

    LA | SoCal People, are you out there??!!!
  5. My HCG Journey/Stats

    Old Sig:

    ]02/28/12: R1: 219.6lb ~ LDW: 183.6lbs = -36lbs
    02/01/13: R2: 185lb ~ LDW: 149.4lbs = 35.6lbs
    01/11/14: R3: 180.2lbs ~ VLCD51 LDW:146.8 = -33.4lbs
    08/28/15: Baby Boy @ 9.3lbs
    01/04/16: R4: 220.0lbs ~ VLCD37 LDW: 189.4lbs = -30.6lbs 03/21/16: R5: 189.6 lbs ~ VLCD45 LDW: 161.4 Lbs = -28.2 lbs 09/06/16: R6: 175.6lbs ~ VLCD31 LDW: 151.6 = -24lbs
    01/09/17: R7: 172.6lbs ~ VLCD24 LDW: 152.2 ~ 2WK PI 09/18/17: R8: 181lbs ~ VLCD23 LDW: 159 = -22lbs ...
  6. Ready to get after it! P1d2

    Ok after a rough start with hhcg drops I'm ready to tackle this!.

    I'll weigh tomorrow & that will be p2d1 of 26 days of drops.

    I tried the last 20 days using the 2.0 protocol but craved so much sugar that I was constantly using sugar alcohols which hurt my gut & my loses.

    I'm scared of apples. I'm going to start with berries.

    I really hope I'm under 157 tomorrow, but we'll see.
  7. Guidelines for a successful P3

    Clinics and diet centers often mislead people about how to stabilize in P3. If you are using a clinic that tells you to just increase portions of P2 foods, or to ramp up calories slowly over the 3 weeks, they are giving you very bad advice. More people have problems in P3 by eating too little than eating too much.

    P3 is not ever about low fat or counting calories. It is about lots of good healthy fats right away, and about throwing everything you "know" about calories out the window. ...
  8. Ginger Drink

    Quote Originally Posted by manhattanite View Post
    regarding the ginger syrup, I just sort of made it up! I took about 4 packets of stevia and probably about 1/2 cup of water and put it into a shallow pan on the stove. Then I took some fresh ginger, peeled it, chopped it coarsely, and added it to the stevia/water mixture. Probably about 1-2 T of ginger. Then I brought the mixture to a boil, stirred it until the stevia dissolved, then reduced the heat, let it go for about 3-5 minutes, then turned it off and let it cool for 30 min for the syrup to
  9. Was sick but I'm back and ready to start

    So I ended up loading for 3days -- I know I know protocol is 2 but life happened. VLCD starts tomorrow and I'm allowed to exercise but no heavy lifting. So tomorrow is the start of my journey to a new me. Goal for this 45day round is 20-30lbs.

    Excited and I have a visual in my mind of what I'm gonna look like. -- can't wait.

    Besides losing weight I want to use this process to challenge myself.I have a habit of setting goals and then giving up as soon as I make a simple ...
  10. Lovely Losers are Joyous and Jammin in January

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalie View Post
    200 grams of protein is only 7 ozs (100 grams = 3.5 ozs). Right?
    Sorry! I'm coming from the perspective of amount of protein grams (and resulting calories).

    You are right, Natalie.

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