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    Quote Originally Posted by Leez View Post
    Another thing that can help you in P3 is to keep meals simple with whole foods. Something you ate during your load affected you majorly, and keeping meals simple will likely help you avoid whatever that was.

    If you can remember back to your load, was there a particular meal you at that you felt bad afterwards? Indications could be stomach pain, feeling stuffed to the point of nausea, constipation, gas or bloating, headache or extreme fatigue. Allergic reactions could be scratchy throat, mental confusion, headache, sinus drainage or any kind of rash.

    With facing hunger again, it should make your decision to stop now a little easier. It is always a bad idea to continue on without being on the proper dose, and that is almost alway signaled by raging hunger.
    Not really, and everything I had was things I normally eat just not in the quantity. I couldn't eat much because being full hurts my surgery area so the main thing that was different was drinking so much eggnog. I have eggs all the time without issue though so I'm kind of stumped. I'm just going to watch what happens when slowly bringing in egg and dairy and not bringing them back on the same day. I eat 95% plant based normally so my system was probably just not used to so much animal product all at once.

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    You can become sensitive to a food at any time. So if you suspect the eggs, it is not out of the realm of possibility even though you have eaten them without problems before.

    I have an egg sensitivity. But I've found that I'm fine if they are baked into something. Its the raw or slightly cooked versions that cause me issues.
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    Tell us what you ate on those two loading days to gain 18lbs. I think the most I've ever heard of from anyone during loading was 15 lbs.
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    Tell us what you ate on those two loading days to gain 18lbs. I think the most I've ever heard of from anyone during loading was 15 lbs.
    Day 1: cream cheese danis, 3 KFC chicken tenders with mashed potatoes and gravy, homemade Alfredo with mild Italian sausage (no noodles), tortilla chips with 1/2 cup tostitos salsa con queso sauce, a pint of ben and Jerry's phish food ice cream, 1/2 cup almonds, eggnog

    Day 2: 2 eggs, 5 pieces of bacon, 1 slice buttered toast, more chips and 1/2 cup cheese sauce, 1/2 an order from a local Mexican restaurant that was like a rice, chicken, white cheese sauce burrito, Ben & Jerry's cherry garcia, a little sourdough with butter, 1/2 avocado, 2oz colby jack cheese, eggnog

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    Of course as I found my resolve yesterday to be done I find I dropped 4 pounds in the last 2 days Making it 12.4 pounds in the first 7 low cal days. Now I find my resolve wavering lol. I didn't do an injection today planning to be done but I'm curious what the day will tell me as far as dosing in case it ends up just being a skip day. I switched to IM so 125iu should have been perfect but we'll see.

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    Donít waver. The loss has nothing to do with your healing first. Nice way to end this round.

    Is your scale in the same place on a flat surface? Just in case

    You could very well have developed
    sensitivity to eggs and dairy. Surgery and antibiotics messes up our system. It needs time. Take probiotics and heal first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsstrong View Post
    Don’t waver. The loss has nothing to do with your healing first. Nice way to end this round.

    Is your scale in the same place on a flat surface? Just in case

    You could very well have developed
    sensitivity to eggs and dairy. Surgery and antibiotics messes up our system. It needs time. Take probiotics and heal first.
    Yes it's level and I don't move it. I guess I just stall for a few days and then drop. But this is still loading weight so it could easily be that it's just coming off easier and as soon as I hit pre-loading it will go to normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelsey22 View Post
    Day 1: cream cheese danis, 3 KFC chicken tenders with mashed potatoes and gravy, homemade Alfredo with mild Italian sausage (no noodles), tortilla chips with 1/2 cup tostitos salsa con queso sauce, a pint of ben and Jerry's phish food ice cream, 1/2 cup almonds, eggnog

    Day 2: 2 eggs, 5 pieces of bacon, 1 slice buttered toast, more chips and 1/2 cup cheese sauce, 1/2 an order from a local Mexican restaurant that was like a rice, chicken, white cheese sauce burrito, Ben & Jerry's cherry garcia, a little sourdough with butter, 1/2 avocado, 2oz colby jack cheese, eggnog
    It had to be all the eggs, dairy & carbs. If you had eaten more meats/fats instead, your gain would probably could have been half of that at least.

    How fast have you lost the "load weight"?
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