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    Quote Originally Posted by LaineyJ4 View Post
    The info is great!!! It says 72 hours after your last injection. Is that the same for drops? Someone told me it was 48 hours for drops????
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    yes, 48 hours is for drops. 72 for injections

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    Another newbie to P3 question please. My last patch was Friday Morning. Do I wait 48 hours or 72 hours post patch?

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    I crave Olives... Are they ok to eat? No sugar or hidden keywords for sugar in label. Just wondering. Thanks.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Andiebogo View Post
    I crave Olives... Are they ok to eat? No sugar or hidden keywords for sugar in label. Just wondering. Thanks.
    Olives are a fat. Go ahead and enjoy them in P3.

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    In answer to the posts above about losing weight in P3, you really should try to stabilize, but I'm sure most of us would find it hard to try to gain weight after working so hard to lose it. But if you are losing weight, eat something sugary like fruit, or more fruit if you've already chosen to eat it in P3. That should help you gain until you are +/- 2 lbs.

    And to whomever is eating double P2 protein, that's not really the best choice for P3. You should be eating fattier cuts of meat, like dark and white meat chicken, not as lean beef, salmon, etc.

    Lowfat and nonfat items are a bad idea in P3 unless they are naturally fat free (like vegetables). You've been consuming two or three thousand calories each day of food and fat while in P2. You should continue to feed that to your body in P3 in the form of food or else you're going to mess up your metabolism and your stabilization. The 11 x body weight calculation is for base metabolic rate. It is not your daily caloric needs. It is your daily caloric need just to survive. I'm assuming most of us are getting out of bed each day, sitting up, walking, going to work, cleaning house, even exercising. You need calories for that, too. So multiply the BMR times 1.3 or 1.4 or 1.5 to find out how many calories you need.

    And really, there's no need whatsoever to count calories in P3. But I know it makes some people feel more in control. But really, calories don't matter in P3. Fat and protein consumption do, as well as the lack of sugar/starch consumption.

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    jmmrr, may I ask if you do a certain ratio? Like, I was told 70%-75% fat/20%-25% protein/5% carbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jesseca_lynn View Post
    jmmrr, may I ask if you do a certain ratio? Like, I was told 70%-75% fat/20%-25% protein/5% carbs.
    I don't count anything in P3 and I don't measure anything and I don't calculate anything. I have memorized the calorie and fat count of just about every food during previous attempts at dieting, so I can make a pretty good estimate if I want to, but I rarely want to.

    I just make sure I eat protein, fat and vegetables at every meal. I probably eat 8-10 servings of vegetables each day, maybe more - vegetables are carbs. I cook my food in butter. I put as much salad dressing as I want on my salad and put butter on my cooked vegetables. I mash my cauliflower with blue cheese, sour cream and butter. I eat lots of raw grassfed cheese and cream. My lunch and dinner meat portions aren't huge, but they aren't small either. I eat what I want to be full, not stuffed. I tend to eat as purely as I can. I eat organic grassfed meat and dairy, organic local vegetables, wild caught fish, whole pastured eggs, etc. I make my own sauces and dressings. I don't eat soy (including soy lecithin which is in just about every item you would ever find at a grocery store). I avoid chemicals in my food or any ingredients I am unfamiliar with. I want the animals who provide my food to have been raised humanely and naturally - the food they produce for me is healthier that way, and I don't like to think of animals being mistreated. I cook from scratch. I don't often sit around figuring out how I can have sugar and starches in P3 without really having sugar and starch by making fake dessert and fake baked goods, although I do sometimes.

    And in P4, I don't eat as much meat. I don't eat as much butter. But I almost always have a serving of starch (pasta, rice, beans, cornbread, sweet potato, tortillas, etc) with dinner, and often with breakfast. I do enjoy brown rice pasta occasionally. I do bake bread or make pancakes or the occasional cookie out of almond flour and coconut flour because I don't eat gluten. And I also bake things with a variety of non-wheat flours and starches. But I don't eat lots of those things. I don't eat sweets often. I don't eat processed, manufactured food.

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    Jmmrr...Did you add foods in slowly or did you jump in with both feet and just add more foods on day 1 of P3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern View Post
    yes, 48 hours is for drops. 72 for injections
    Do pellets fall under the drop category?

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    While reading on the first page it said have some salad with dress (ex Ranch)...While reading the label on ranch dressing it has sugar in it so my question is can you have it or not? Sugar is in everything so how do you avoid it? I heard that as long as sugar is not in the first 5 ingredients you can have it is that true? Yogurt is full of sugar too even the greek yogurt here in my store UGH HELP

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    Quote Originally Posted by downsize View Post
    While reading on the first page it said have some salad with dress (ex Ranch)...While reading the label on ranch dressing it has sugar in it so my question is can you have it or not? Sugar is in everything so how do you avoid it? I heard that as long as sugar is not in the first 5 ingredients you can have it is that true? Yogurt is full of sugar too even the greek yogurt here in my store UGH HELP
    You avoid it by making your own dressing Some foods, like yogurt naturally have sugars in them. Those are ok in P3, unless you are dairy sensitive. It is the added sugar (so when listed in the ingredients) that you need to avoid.

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    So what about those of us heavier gals? I'm estimating when I start my P3 I am going to be around 245..... so x 11 that's 2695 calories and 122.5 grams of protein... that's a lot of food!!!! I'm not sure I can even eat that much, especially after eating 400-500 calories a day for over a month......I'm kinda confused as to how I should do this....

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