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    P3 Official January 2011 Group - lets get the party started!!!

    This is for the Official January Loaders as they move to Phase 3 (or anyone else who would like to join us).

    We can do this!!!!!!!

    Concluding a Course (from "Pounds and Inches")
    When the three days of dieting after the last injection are over, the patients are told that they may now eat anything they please, except sugar and starch provided they faithfully observe one simple rule. This rule is that they must have their own portable bathroom-scale always at hand, particularly while traveling. They must without fail weight themselves every morning as they get out of bed, having first emptied their bladder. If they are in the habit of having breakfast in bed, they must weigh before breakfast.

    It takes about 3 weeks before the weight reached at the end of the treatment becomes stable, i.e. does not show violent fluctuations after an occasional excess. During this period patients must realize that the so-called carbohydrates, that are sugar, rice, bread, potatoes, pastries etc, are by far the most dangerous. If no carbohydrates whatsoever are eaten, fats can be indulged in somewhat more liberally and even small quantities of alcohol, such as a glass of wine with meals, does no harm, but as soon as fats and starch are combined things are very liable to get out of hand. This has to be observed very carefully during the first 3 weeks after the treatment is ended otherwise disappointments are almost sure to occur.

    Skipping a Meal
    As long as their weight stays within two pounds of the weight reached on the day of the last injection, patients should take no notice of any increase but the moment the scale goes beyond two pounds, even if this is only a few ounces, they must on that same day entirely skip breakfast and lunch but take plenty to drink. In the evening they must eat a huge steak with only an apple or a raw tomato. Of course this rule applies only to the morning weight. Ex-obese patients should never check their weight during the day, as there may be wide fluctuations and these are merely alarming and confusing.
    It is of utmost importance that the meal is skipped on the same day as the scale registers an increase of more than two pounds and that missing the meals is not postponed until the following day. If a meal is skipped on the day in which a gain is registered in the morning this brings about an immediate drop of often over a pound. But if the skipping of the meal - and skipping means literally skipping, not just having a light meal - is postponed the phenomenon does not occur and several days of strict dieting may be necessary to correct the situation.
    Most patients hardly ever need to skip a meal. If they have eaten a heavy lunch they feel no desire to eat their dinner, and in this case no increase takes place. If they keep their weight at the point reached at the end of the treatment, even a heavy dinner does not bring about an increase of two pounds on the next morning and does not therefore call for any special measures. Most patients are surprised how small their appetite has become and yet how much they can eat without gaining weight. They no longer suffer from an abnormal appetite and feel satisfied with much less food than before. In fact, they are usually disappointed that they cannot manage their first normal meal, which they have been planning for weeks.

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    Super Member! peggys1699's Avatar
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    Hey Thinner -- you did it!! I'm not in P3 yet -- but I will be there eventually, so I want to keep up with everyone as they move over here -- keep in touch -- don't forget to write and all that jazz! Good luck to all of you on P3 -- and Thinner I hope you start feeling better soon!


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    Thanks Thinner - I'm just marking my spot here. Be back in 9 days ...




    Cycle 1 (14 days) starting weight: 170 lbs
    P2: -10 lbs; P3: +2lbs
    Cycle 2 starts 11/14/2011, starting weight: 162 lbs
    Week 1: -4.4 lbs
    VLCD 8: 157.6 (-0.2)
    VLCD 9: 155.7 (-1.9)

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    Quote Originally Posted by peggys1699 View Post
    Hey Thinner -- you did it!! I'm not in P3 yet -- but I will be there eventually, so I want to keep up with everyone as they move over here -- keep in touch -- don't forget to write and all that jazz! Good luck to all of you on P3 -- and Thinner I hope you start feeling better soon!
    Thanks Peggy, I'm sure I will as soon as I can pump a bunch of drugs down me:-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Anna555 View Post
    Thanks Thinner - I'm just marking my spot here. Be back in 9 days ...
    cool! see ya then :-) I was very entertained with your dream, lol

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    Found you! As Anna said, I'm marking my spot. I'll start P3 in about 7 days. Don't you love how you got volunteered for this gig?
    Starting weight on 10/16/10 was 183 lbs.
    Round 1, 36 day round; lost 19 lbs. from pre-load weight.

    Round 2, 37 day round; lost 16 lbs. from pre-load weight.
    Round 3, 40 day round; lost 14 lbs. from pre-load weight.
    LIW on 06/03/11 was 134 lbs.
    Started primal lifestyle on 02/29/12 at 139 lbs.
    Weight on 09/21/13 was 119 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bebol View Post
    Found you! As Anna said, I'm marking my spot. I'll start P3 in about 7 days. Don't you love how you got volunteered for this gig?
    LOL, yeah but somebody had to do it.

    I'm off to bed now and hoping for some weight loss in the morning. I went to bed a couple hours ago but I was so congested that I couldn't sleep, I think I can sleep now.

    Here's to morning weigh in with loss!

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    Oh good, we have to keep bumping this thread so we can find it when we're ready. I'm not going into P3 until the 17th or 19th (depending on what my weight is). This will be great, we can get tips on transitioning from each other.

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    Yeah, I'm not ready for 2 days but I thought some of the ladies who have already moved on might come back.

    Okay, my first post about P3.....

    I can't decided what to start with, I want eggs, cheese, tuna salad with vegannaise (did you know that even if you find a sugar free mayonnaise in the store it will have starch in it?) and avocados. I stabilized so well in R1 that when I started with a bacon, cheese, and avocado omelet that was topped with sour cream and salsa I had no issues at all. I don't think I want to try that out this time around.

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    FYI - I went back to my first post that I opened this thread with and added what Dr. S. says about P3 in case any of us need to refer to it later :-)

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    should be here later next week.....VLCD38 today

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    Quote Originally Posted by jliven23 View Post
    should be here later next week.....VLCD38 today
    Woot, it's going to be fun to see how you stabilize, you have done so well in P2 that I can't see you having any difficulty with P3 or P4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThinnerEveryDay View Post
    Woot, it's going to be fun to see how you stabilize, you have done so well in P2 that I can't see you having any difficulty with P3 or P4.
    I think i'm just going to have to lay out my meals like i do now and not leave anything to chance during P3....and I want to keep up with the calorie counting which has really helped me to be accountable. This diet has made me realize that I do best with structure (weird, because the rest of my life isn't like that). The transition from P2 to P3 reminds me of these shows on Animal Planet where the young are sent out to fend for themselves.

    One of my greatest passions is cooking so I'm excited to whip up some tasty items!

    -Jeremy

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