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    Quote Originally Posted by fatfighter View Post
    I was just reading about Seitan... http://www.ehow.com/facts_5290836_nu...ue-seitan.html

    Not sure I would ever personally replace meat with it, since I am a card carrying carnivore, BUT... this might help you a bit. The carbs don't seem TOO outrageous considering it is a wheat product. Although if you are like me and are avoiding all wheat products, this obviously won't be an option.

    ~Fatty
    My wife and I went vegetarian for a month...can't remember why. I gained so much weight...used it as a license to just eat italian food and cheese enchiladas. I sucked at being a vegetarian since I definitely didn't eat any vegetables. If my wife cooks something with no meat in it now she gives me a thirty minute heads up so I can make my own meat to add to it. And a 10 minute heads up if I need to make sauces. Sauces are awesome. How did I get fat again?

    Quote Originally Posted by fatfighter View Post
    You know, I am by no means 'green'. I mean, I don't throw my garbage in my neighbors front yard or anything, but I will admit (and some of you may hate me for it) it has not been a huge priority in my life.
    ~Fatty
    I'm trying to be better. My health coach rails against genetically modified stuff and doesn't trust corn in anything really...and she is from Nebraska...what a traitor! Anyway...my wife used to ask why I don't recycle and I told her it appeared she was doing well enough for the both of us. I want to care more, but I have a really short attention s...is that a squirrel?


    Quote Originally Posted by alcoholswab View Post
    Wonder if we're the most prolific group ever...

    I know our speed is likely unmatched, but I wonder if there's a loading group out there that's done more posts than we have.
    I told you we were the #1 rated thread at this years injectables conference....they didn't even bother to award second place. The red carpet was pretty sweet but dinner was a third of a chicken breast with aspargus and dessert was lemon water so that kind of sucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzannahbanana View Post
    Hi peeps! Posting now and then I'll go back and read from the weekend.

    So, I'm at .4 under after this weekend. I did a road trip on Saturday and Sunday for a dog rescue transport. It all happened quickly so I didn't have time to prepare food. So I existed on Atkins bars, string cheese, and one Hardee's double thickburger with cheese and bacon wrapped in lettuce. Damn that was yummy! Not the best choices, but it seems to have gone OK!

    Oh and I just received two things from Amazon. This cookbook:
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/146...00_i01_details

    And this liquid sucralose (Splenda)
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...00_i00_details

    OMG the cookbook is PHENOMENAL. Not just recipes, but lots of good information about the whys of the ingredients, benefits, etc.

    Gonna get caught up with you guys now!
    The liquid Splenda rocks!!
    It's never too late too be what you might have been.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sevenkitty View Post
    The liquid Splenda rocks!!
    Yes it does!!! Love it!

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    So, for some reason, my first week of P4 (imaginary construct that it is) was much like my first week of P3, in that it was not as expected. In P3, I gained the first week, even during the 3 VLCD days, and then was up and down for the rest of the week until I stabilized. P4 was the same: I ballooned, went up and down a bit, and now I seem to have leveled out. Bodies are strange machines. I hope mine is done rebooting now!







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    @Swabby and Tuesday K -So glad to see your posts!Didn't know you tended towards vegetarianism. I am so missing my lifestyle of 25 years, but decided to do this carnevirous HCG thing for several reasons. Looking forward to less meat. I will go back and look at your posts more carefully. I fast forwarded so I could say,"Thanks".

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatfighter View Post
    I made this last night. Chicken pot pie is a family favorite, so I decided to see if I could make it low carb. I have some playing around to do with the crust to see if I can get it to 'hold' better, because it just kind of crumbled, but taste wise, it was pretty good. I will also try to thin out the crust in order to make 4 servings vs. the 3 that I got from it last night. But to be honest, I was dealing with crabby kids and homework, so I just wanted to finish it up and get it in the oven LOL!

    Low Carb Chicken Pot Pie
    Number of Servings: 3

    Ingredients

    Crust:
    1 cup almond flour
    1/3 cup plus 1 tbsp butter
    Filling:
    1 tbsp butter
    2 tbsp almond flour
    1/4 cup onion
    1/4 cup chicken broth
    1/4 cup milk (skim)
    1 cup mixed vegetables (frozen mix - corn, green beans, carrots, peas - not the most P3 friendly available, but you can add what you like)
    1 cup cooked chicken

    Directions

    blend flour and butter with pastry blender. When blended, place in fridge to cool.

    In saucepan, melt 1 tbsp butter. Add in onion, flour, broth and milk. Heat to boiling, cook for 1 minute and remove from heat.

    Stir in vegetables and chicken. Heat thoroughly.

    Remove dough from fridge, reserving about 1/3 for tops, and press in heavily greased ramekins, thinning dough as much as possible. Fill with filling. Pat remaining dough into circles to top filling.

    Bake in 350 oven for about 30 minutes.


    ~Fatty
    Sounds delish! I will try it one of these days. I am in P4 now. Day 2 but didn't realize it until today. I made Tortellini Alfredo for dinner. It was so good, but I must say...I think it threw my heart rate off. It's almost as if my heart is yelling at me for bombarding it with carbs after it got used to none. Since then, I've had my hand on my pulse on my neck. I know I'm fine, it's just a tad alarming. Looks like next time (if there is one) I'll have more of the broccoli than tortellini.

    Quote Originally Posted by lily6288 View Post

    In more important news, I have LOST MY MIND!! I lost an egg in the kitchen!!! Seriously! There were 4 eggs in the carton and I stood there considering whether to make 6 rolls or 8 rolls and figuring out how much cream of Tartar and cream cheese I would need to add to use all 4 eggs. Calculated the amount and proceeded to break and separate 3 eggs. When I got to the 4th I could not find it. A check in the bowl confirmed that there were 3 yokes there, and a glance at the broken shells conformed that there were 3 shells there. hmm, I moved everything in the area including the vitamix and the food processor (just in case it had flattened and squished under there??!). I have now looked on the floor, in the fridge, in the sink, moved everything off the counter, cleaned all the dishes and STILL NO EGG!!!! If it had fallen on the floor and the dogs had scooped it up then they would not have eaten the shell and there would be a mess on the floor! Not in the trash and I didn't forget that I put it back in the fridge. As of this moment, the egg is still missing and I am so bothered!! the ONLY 2 explanations are as follows:
    1. I have entered another dimension and in the other dimension the egg is still sitting on the counter, but in THIS one,it was eaten this morning for breakfast.
    2. I have a kitchen ghost who needed an egg for her recipe.
    I'm open to other suggestions, but at the moment these seem the most logical.
    If I go back in the kitchen tonight and the egg is sitting innocently on the counter top, I am collecting the dogs and sleeping in the car.
    I think you have a kitchen ghost. I lost an egg about 4 years ago during an Easter egg hunt. I counted all my eggs (20) before hiding them (inside because of rain) and only found 18. I did find #19 about 6 months later when we moved our entertainment center. I have no idea what happened to #20. I do remember jokingly saying to my TU "I wonder if the last egg is leaving with the couch" when we put our old couch out on the curb for garbage pickup.

    Quote Originally Posted by alcoholswab View Post
    YES!! Mine sure is. I'm a little pissed today. My Kurig is NOT working. I had to use the OLD "Mr. Coffee". Actually it's only about 3 years old, but I got so spoiled with the Kurig.
    Talking about coffee...I;m off to make another cup.
    hmmmmm....wonder if thats why my pulse feels like it's off beat.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nilly View Post
    What about cheesecake? I know it has sugar but also lots of good fats too right?


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    Quote Originally Posted by alcoholswab View Post
    Wonder if I am the only one that keeps misreading the "love your boots" comments, considering previous conversations...

    (ponders)
    Let me poke YOU in your eye. It's BOOTS you BOOB! BTW...I like your new pic and signiture cartoon too. I do miss the smoking ladybug though.

    Quote Originally Posted by alcoholswab View Post
    My understanding, and I am a neophyte when it comes to adjustments...

    (don's the t-shirt with the emblazoned "PROTOCOL BOY" on them)

    ...is that people are boiling down a steak day to the fact that it has tonnes of protein, so they use eggs instead in the hopes of getting the same results

    p.s. Maybe I am wrong, (almost 8000 posts, you'd think I'd be due for my first wrong answer *wink*), but at least this will highlight your question for another to field if I erred.
    You? Wrong? Never!
    Hey Alchi...I like your bootbs. Some one poke me in my eyes please!

    Quote Originally Posted by alcoholswab View Post
    Looking at the "likes" I see a few names:

    "TuesdayK, FreedomFromFat, Nilly liked this post"

    ...and how would you know what I was talking about unless you were in the gutter with me.

    too funny!

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    Hello all! I just finished the last 15 pages of posts. I've been loitering around. There's been a lot of stress around here lately, which has triggered a bit of depression. I've been trying to fight it off, but it's just there.

    I'm officially finished with P3 tomorrow but plan on sticking it out for a couple more days. My weight has been stabilized within a few ounces for about 1 1/2 weeks. However, today I'm up almost a pound. So I want to see what happens in the next day or two. Could be a fluke, could be water retention. After that I'm planning on continuing with P3 style of eating. High protein, low carbs (with an increase in the variety of vegetables), no starches and no sugars. On occasion I will enjoy a starch or sugar treat (my daughters sweet 16 is coming up and I know I'll partake in the dessert!). However, I've felt so good without all that crap in my body I don't see a reason to add it all back. I don't even crave it anymore. I HAVE had d. coke about 3 times in the past week and a half with no adverse reactions. Since this is my only vice I'm going to allow myself to have it once or twice a week. Just not 6 cans a day!

    I may not be on here daily, but I'm here rooting you all on!
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    Week 4 Weight (1/29/2012) 154.6 lbs Hit my 10% loss on 2/1!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreedomFromFat View Post
    It's very scary situation! Also, the other scary thing is they are getting patents on seeds which means they can take control of all of the worlds food production. That's why they need to be stopped.

    For me it's not very easy and affordable, but I've just joined an organic food coop and try to only buy organic (as much as I can).
    You know what's especially awesome is that their gm crops sterilize normal crops when cross pollination occurs. So eventually, there will be no other kinds of seeds left. As a Master Gardener that really pisses me off.
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    Last one for the night...probably...

    Here is the info and web address for the petition to save the HCG diet. There is an excess of 3000 signatures so far. If we all sign it we may even make a difference. http://savethehcgdiet.com. I am also including the mailing address of the FDA as well. We need to have an uprising against the FDA for this nonsense. This is the only thread I posted this on so feel free to pass it along.
    Food and Drug Administration
    10903 New Hampshire Ave.
    Silver Spring MD 20993-0002

    Since we are an award winning hCG thread, I thought this should be posted here at least once.
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    Firstly, I despise mineral water. It's just not my cup of tea.

    Today I thought, "Maybe, now that my taste buds have changed so much I should try it again, especially since it would be different and it is a zero carb alternative."

    I went searching and fell in love...





    Hell this stuff even has calcium and magnesium!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzannahbanana View Post
    There's a sweetener that's supposed to be EXCELLENT called Just Like Sugar. It's made from chicory root, which apparently has some great benefits.

    http://www.vitacost.com/Just-Like-Su...productDetails
    Yeah, I hear really good things about it and was wondering if anyone is using it? I want to get some but am waiting until we get back from New Orleans and Memphis (leaving next Saturday!!) as I'm trying to not spend $ before the trip.Of course I just back back from the grocery store having spent $70 and all I went for was 2 packages of the Maverick Farms bacon (12 oz, $7.89 a pack and totally worth it!!).

    Quote Originally Posted by fatfighter View Post
    I was just reading about Seitan... http://www.ehow.com/facts_5290836_nu...ue-seitan.html

    Not sure I would ever personally replace meat with it, since I am a card carrying carnivore, BUT... this might help you a bit. The carbs don't seem TOO outrageous considering it is a wheat product. Although if you are like me and are avoiding all wheat products, this obviously won't be an option.

    ~Fatty
    I LOVE Seitan!!! LOVE IT!!! I have not had it in P3, but have some in the freezer and was going to give it a try some night in P4. The question I have for Swabby is what do you do for protein when avoiding Soy and eating no meat? When I was veggie for years, I ate tons of tofu. Now I find out that it's also bad for thyroid and should be avoided and I'm left wondering what I might fill the void with as the body is clearly happy with all the protein and fat. I do eat Seitan, morning star farms (though it has soy in most things).

    Quote Originally Posted by FreedomFromFat View Post
    Stevia is not a sugar alcohol. It's derived from a sweet leaf stevia plant in Latin America. While I sometimes use Xylitol and Erythritol, Stevia extract is my sweetener of choice.
    I like chewing gum and I've been chewing Xylitol gum and also, I only use toothpastes that have xylitol (without fluoride).
    I'm also now using Tom's of Maine Sensitive with no fluoride. I didn't realize how horrible fluoride was, or that it will help ruin the thyroid gland!! Ick!! We used to be forced to do these fluoride treatments in class when I was in grade school. I remember cherry flavor and hating it!

    Quote Originally Posted by fatfighter View Post
    Freedom, are you the one who addressed this yesterday? Can you provide any information on it? My question pertains primarily to SF breakfast syrup. It has 8 carbs, but 8 sugar alcohols per serving...

    Thanks!
    ~Fatty
    Here's what I know about sugar alcohol. I used to eat the Atkins bars because they were "low carb" and sugar free. They are filled with sugar alcohol. I stopped losing weight and stalled when eating them and I could not understand why. Until I did some research. Apparently sugar alcohol acts like sugar "for some people", and it does still raise the blood sugar, etc. It just takes a few hours for the effects to kick in.That being said, I've had the syrup a couple times and had a little this morning. Tomorrow should let me know if it has any effect on me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Llanabanana View Post
    OK, That **** is nasty....glad I don't eat that anymore, in fact, since starting HCG, I rarely like to eat out...I much prefer to eat at home where I know what am a feeding myself. I have gone as far as as making my own ranch dressing now, I read labels more often..I figure if I can't pronounce 3 items I don't want it. LOL...to think that I use to eat out 2 times a week and enjoyed it

    Now I save money, get better food, have have more money to buy better food...well not really lol...but I buy better food none-the-less.
    Me too, I rarely eat out now either. I would rather eat my own cooking and we used to eat out all the time!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Llanabanana View Post
    Nope not dehydrated either...I get at least 3 liters in a day
    This just started a few days ago...I haven't woken up with any pain, but I tell ya, when the pain hits while sleep it wakes me up. I don't eat any fruit...maybe something is missing, vit C??? HMMM
    T'm not really eating fruit either right now. And it started a few days ago as well and I'm 2 days from P4. No problems in P2 with this.

    Quote Originally Posted by alcoholswab View Post
    When I go to Wendys I would pick based on what I thought might be healthier...

    Spicy Chicken Sandwich


    530 calories
    22g fat
    1140mg sodium
    52g effective carbohydrates

    I am trying to avoid stuff I cannot pronounce, don't know WTH it is, white flour, soy and corn, so let me highlight those in red...

    Spicy Chicken Fillet
    Chicken Breast, Water, Seasoning (salt, spice, sodium phosphate [sodium trypolyphosphates, sodium polyphosphates], modified corn starch, paprika, spice extractives, extractives of paprika, and extractives of turmeric). Breaded With: Wheat Flour, Water, Modified Corn Starch, Salt, Bleached Wheat Flour, Wheat Gluten, Spice, Gum Arabic, Egg White Solids, Yellow Corn Flour, Spice Extractives, Leavening (sodium acid pyrophosphates, sodium bicarbonate, monocalcium phosphate), Extractives Of Paprika. Cooked in Vegetable Oil (soybean oil, corn oil, cottonseed oil, hydrogenated soybean oil, citric acid [preservative], dimethylpolysiloxane [anti-foaming agent]). Cooked in the same oil as menu items that contain Fish (where available). CONTAINS: EGG, WHEAT.

    Lettuce
    Lettuce

    Tomato
    Tomatoes

    Mayonnaise
    Soybean Oil, Egg Yolk, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Distilled Vinegar, Salt, Mustard Seed, Natural Flavors, Calcium Disodium EDTA (to protect flavor). CONTAINS: EGG.

    Premium Butter Toasted Bun
    Enriched Flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, niacin, iron, folic acid), Water, Sugar, Yeast, Wheat Gluten, Soy Oil, Contains 2% or less of the following: Salt, Dough Conditioners (contains one or more of the following: sodium stearoyl lactylate, ascorbic acid, azodicarbonamide, mono and diglycerides, DATEM, calcium peroxide, calcium sulfate, L-cysteine, enzymes), Yeast Nutrients (contains one or more of the following: high fructose corn syrup, ammonium sulfate, tricalcium phosphate, ammonium chloride), Corn Maltodextrin, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Gum Arabic, Natural Flavors, Cultured Wheat, Vinegar. Toasted with Clarified Butter (milk). CONTAINS: WHEAT.

    American Cheese
    Cultured Milk, Water, Cream, Sodium Citrate, Salt, Sodium Phosphate, Citric Acid, Sorbic Acid (preservative), Artificial Color, Enzymes, Soy Lecithin. CONTAINS: MILK, SOY.

    Applewood Smoked Bacon
    Pork Cured With: Water, Salt, Sugar, Sodium Phosphates, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite.

    Ketchup
    Tomato Concentrate (made from red ripe tomatoes), Distilled Vinegar, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Corn Syrup, Salt, Spice, Onion Powder, Natural Flavoring.

    Mustard
    Water, Distilled Vinegar, Mustard Seed, Salt, Turmeric (color), Paprika, Spice.

    Red Onion
    Red Onion

    Crinkle Cut Pickles
    Cucumbers, Water, Salt, Vinegar, Lactic Acid, Sodium Benzoate (preservative), Natural Flavors, Polysorbate 80, Turmeric (color).

    JFC...that's not even me attacking sugar...

    [img]http://icanhascheezburger.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/funny-pictures-rac****-ate-your-garbage.jpg[/img]
    You are so cute! That must have taken FOREVER to do!! When I read about McD's putting crap in chicken I looked it up because that is so damn gross, un natural, and dishonest of them to feed us garbage like that!
    I opted for Panera yesterday because they advertise hormone free all natural chicken.Now I understand why!!

    Anyway, the sandwich above is my TU's FAVORITE Meal. He had not had one in over 2 months and I think he has broken the bad habit now that the drug has had a chance to work out of his system!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by fatfighter View Post
    Me too!!! This is completely new to me. I woke up with one this morning and could barely walk...

    I wonder what is lacking in our diets to cause this??? I take potassium as well. And I am definitely not dehydrated.

    Thoughts anyone?

    ~Fatty
    I'm going to do a hunt on this online because it's bothering me. The feeling is so horrible! I also am not dehydrated, though I've had them before when I am.

    Round 1 Start 1/1/12, 272.0, 40 Days END 238.0 (-34 lbs total)
    Round 2 Start 3/24/12 post load weight 252.4 , 46 day round
    Week 1 - -1, -3.0, -3.4, -.8, -2.4, -1.2, -.6 (- 12.4)
    Week 2 -.4, -1.2, +.4, +.2, -.4, -1.4, -1.0 (-3.8)
    Week 3 +1.8, -.4, -1.0, -.6, -1.0, -1.6, -.4 (-3.2)
    Week 4 -.8, -.6, -.4 (-1.8)

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    Guys, could it be low calcium? Wait, I eat cheese often! That has calcium right?

    Natural Remedies to Cure Sore or Aching Muscles and Muscle Cramps!

    "Cramps are unpleasant, often painful, sensations caused by contraction or over shortening of muscles. Cramps can be caused by cold, overexertion or low calcium level in blood (especially for adolescents where they need calcium for both blood and bone maturing). Illness or poisoning can also cause cramps, particularly in the stomach, which is referred to as colic if it fits particular characteristics. See also Delayed onset muscle soreness.

    There are six basic causes of cramping: hyperflexion; inadequate oxygenation; exposure to large changes in temperature; dehydration; low blood salt; or low blood calcium. Muscle cramps may also be a symptom/complication of pregnancy, kidney disease, thyroid disease, hypokalemia or hypocalcemia (as conditions), restless legs syndrome, and multiple sclerosis." (Wikipedia)

    Round 1 Start 1/1/12, 272.0, 40 Days END 238.0 (-34 lbs total)
    Round 2 Start 3/24/12 post load weight 252.4 , 46 day round
    Week 1 - -1, -3.0, -3.4, -.8, -2.4, -1.2, -.6 (- 12.4)
    Week 2 -.4, -1.2, +.4, +.2, -.4, -1.4, -1.0 (-3.8)
    Week 3 +1.8, -.4, -1.0, -.6, -1.0, -1.6, -.4 (-3.2)
    Week 4 -.8, -.6, -.4 (-1.8)

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