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    You don't go to P4 until after you are leptin sensitive again. I always saw follow the break schedule because the more weight you lose the longer it takes your skin to shrink back into place and recover.
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    So when you go to P3 using the Leptin Reset, how does one get the BAB in after being used to eating basically nothing in the morning? Do you gradually work up to it?

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    So when you go to P3 using the Leptin Reset, how does one get the BAB in after being used to eating basically nothing in the morning? Do you gradually work up to it?
    It can take a few days.
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    It can take a few days.
    I figured! Going to start tomorrow with some eggs fried in CO/a little butter and some leftover hamburger. It's 93%, but it's a start.

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    OMG! I have some serious reading to do. I feel very strongly that LR will help me. I am still in P2, but plan on learning everything I can about this. Wow! Is there a book I can buy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sm6520 View Post
    OMG! I have some serious reading to do. I feel very strongly that LR will help me. I am still in P2, but plan on learning everything I can about this. Wow! Is there a book I can buy?
    Dr. Kruse does not have a book out yet, but his blog has an immense amount of info on it. In the meantime, read the stickies.
    Just read Weight Loss Apocalypse which gave me new resolve.
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    I am wondering: why not start with some of the leptin protocol while on HCG? Would it be ok to eat the 100gr of protein for breakfast, have the rest of the meal for lunch or in between meals, and then have a proper dinner at least 5 hours before bed time? I am not sure if this goes in the hcg setion or not but is there a reason that the hcg protocol skips breakfast? Come to think of it, maybe I remember reading something about that in Dr/ Simeon's work?

    I am definitely leptin resistant. Fit all the symptoms, and the more I tried to move and exercise, the worse I felt. Inflammation galore. It makes so much sense now that I read the leptin info. I was hungry for something sweet right after eating a good dinner, and always had cravings, etc. Anyway, I would like to do something now, while in P2, and it seemed to me that maybe eating protein for breakfast would be an option, the only one for now. I have been walking more than before (which really is only taking the stairs and parking farther away) and it increases my body pain so I am still cautious with that. Also, I grew up being told that skipping your breakfast is just really bad. Never knew why, but we traditionally never did. Now that makes sense as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. View Post
    I am wondering: why not start with some of the leptin protocol while on HCG? Would it be ok to eat the 100gr of protein for breakfast, have the rest of the meal for lunch or in between meals, and then have a proper dinner at least 5 hours before bed time? I am not sure if this goes in the hcg setion or not but is there a reason that the hcg protocol skips breakfast? Come to think of it, maybe I remember reading something about that in Dr/ Simeon's work?

    I am definitely leptin resistant. Fit all the symptoms, and the more I tried to move and exercise, the worse I felt. Inflammation galore. It makes so much sense now that I read the leptin info. I was hungry for something sweet right after eating a good dinner, and always had cravings, etc. Anyway, I would like to do something now, while in P2, and it seemed to me that maybe eating protein for breakfast would be an option, the only one for now. I have been walking more than before (which really is only taking the stairs and parking farther away) and it increases my body pain so I am still cautious with that. Also, I grew up being told that skipping your breakfast is just really bad. Never knew why, but we traditionally never did. Now that makes sense as well.

    Thoughts?

    Feel free to move if this belongs somewhere else.
    Several people have done a round of HCG with Reset timing. For me, it was easier to skip breakfast on P2, rather than wake my appetite up for the long day. Plus the extended fasting tends to be beneficial for extended fat-burning.

    IMO while you are on P2, give up the melba to help with reducing the inflammation in your body. You are already doing that somewhat with the limited menu.

    Good luck!
    Just read Weight Loss Apocalypse which gave me new resolve.
    Currently getting back to the ticker weight.

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    Thanks, itsybitsy. Definitely, I took it out yesterday. And of course that is the only craving I have now. The grissini has called me all day. I hope this will pass soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. View Post
    Thanks, itsybitsy. Definitely, I took it out yesterday. And of course that is the only craving I have now. The grissini has called me all day. I hope this will pass soon.
    Practically everyone has a carb craving, but P2 is a perfect time to just power through and break it. If you need to, have a cup of herbal tea, perhaps with cinnamon, or a bit of extra protein, or some supplements to neutralize the cravings. (See The Mood Cure in my signature.)
    Just read Weight Loss Apocalypse which gave me new resolve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsybitsy View Post
    (See The Mood Cure in my signature.)
    Is it supposed to link somewhere? It's not. I can google, I suppose :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. View Post
    Is it supposed to link somewhere? It's not. I can google, I suppose :-)
    Sorry. Used to be a link there. I forgot I had to shorten my sig. Here you go: http://moodcure.com/
    Just read Weight Loss Apocalypse which gave me new resolve.
    Currently getting back to the ticker weight.

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