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    Hi Be True P2, P3 and now P4 gang! Let's keep going and keep together! Meet here for P4!
    Let's Review....

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    March - August 9 2012
    Start 152lbsLIW 125.2
    P4 last day 129.4
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    April 2013 Start 139 loading
    P2 W1 <6.2>
    P2 W2 <.2>
    P2 W3 131.8

  • #2
    Glad to see us here! I'll check in tomorrow morning.
    Monica



    R1 - 27 lbs lost (LDW 150)
    R2 - 14.6 lbs lost (LDW 135.4)
    R3- 15.9 lbs lost (LIW 134)

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    • #3
      I'm here! I'll mainly be eating primal in P4, but I've enjoyed all the great discussions with this group and plan to stick around!
      Maria ~ GOAL!!!
      5'2 - Went from a Size 14/16 to a Size 4/6


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      • #4
        Hi everyone...
        So let's share what we know is important for P4 and how to do it. I found this information on high carbo fruits and vegetables and glycemic index foods (I think that means how much they trigger the sugar cycle).

        High Carbohydrate Fruits and Vegetables
        Fruits and vegetables with high levels of carbohydrates (starches)


        Acorn Squash Bananas Butternut squash
        Carrots Corn Dried fruit
        Mangos Parsnips Peas
        Plantains Potatoes Root Vegetables


        Foods that are high in sugar and starches:

        Bagels Beans Biscuits
        Bread Breaded foods Brownies
        Buns Cakes Candy
        Canned fruit Cereals Chocolate
        Cookies Cool Whip Corn chips
        Corn meal Cornstarch Corn syrup
        Crackers Cupcakes Donuts
        Energy drinks Fast food Flour
        Frosting Fruit juice Grains
        Granola Honey Hot dogs
        Ice cream Ketchup Kool-aid
        Lentils Maple syrup Muffins
        Oatmeal Pancakes Pasta
        Pie Pita bread Polenta
        Popcorn Processed Potato chips
        Pretzels Pudding Rice
        Rolls Soda drinks Taco shells
        Tortillas Velveeta White flour
        Yams

        Glycemic Index
        Not all carbohydrate foods are created equal, in fact they behave quite differently in our bodies. The glycemic index or GI describes this difference by ranking carbohydrates according to their effect on our blood glucose levels.

        Peanuts 14 Ravioli with meat 39 Wild rice 57
        Artichoke 15 Cooked carrots 39 Apricots 57
        Asparagus 15 Apple juice 41 White rice 58
        Broccoli 15 Wheat kernels 41 Danish pastry 59
        Cauliflower 15 White spaghetti 42 Cheese pizza 60
        Celery 15 Black-eyed peas 41 Hamburger bun 61
        Cucumber 15 All-Bran 42 Ice cream 61
        Eggplant 15 Peaches 42 Shortbread 64
        Green beans 15 Chickpeas 42 Rye bread 64
        Lettuce 15 Oranges 44 Raisins 64
        Peppers 15 Lentil soup 44 Macaroni & cheese 64
        Snow peas 15 Carrot juice 45 Mars bar 64
        Spinach 15 Macaroni 45 Black bean soup 64
        Summer squash 15 Pineapple juice 46 Cake 65
        Tomatoes 15 Instant rice 46 Steamed Potato 65
        Zucchini 15 Grapes 46 Barley 66
        Cherries 22 Carrots 47 Pineapple 66
        Dried peas 22 Grapefruit juice 48 Green pea soup 66
        Chocolate milk 24 Multi grain bread 48 Croissant 67
        Bean sprouts 25 Baked beans 48 Sugar 65
        Pearl barley 25 Porridge 49 Taco Shell 68
        Grapefruit 25 Chocolate bar 49 Whole wheat bread 69
        Whole milk 27 Jam 49 Shredded Wheat 69
        Spaghetti 27 Whole grain 50 Mashed potatoes 70
        Kidney beans 29 Cracked barley 50 White bread 71
        Lentils green 29 Low fat ice cream 50 Golden Grahams 71
        Soya milk 30 Yam 51 Millet 71
        Pizza 30 Orange juice 52 Watermelon 72
        Dried apricots 31 Kidney beans 52 Dinner rolls 73
        Fat free milk 32 Lentils 52 Puffed wheat 74
        Skimmed milk 32 Kiwi fruit 53 Chips 75
        Fettuccine 32 Pound cake 54 Waffles 76
        Peanut M&Ms 32 Bananas 54 Doughnut 76
        Low fat yogurt 33 Sweet potatoes 54 Rice cakes 77
        Chickpeas 33 Oat bran 55 Jelly beans 80
        Rye 34 Brown rice 55 Pretzels 81
        Vermicelli 35 Fruit cocktail 55 Rice Krispies 82
        Wheat spaghetti 37 Popcorn 55 Cornflakes 83
        Apples 38 Snickers 55 Baked potatoes 85
        Pears 38 Muesli 56 Baguette 95
        Tomato soup 38 Mangoes 56 Parsnips 97
        Haricot beans 38 Potatoes 56 Glucose 100
        Plums 39 Pita bread 57 Dates 103

        Created by MyFitnessPal.com - Free Calorie Counter

        March - August 9 2012
        Start 152lbsLIW 125.2
        P4 last day 129.4
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        April 2013 Start 139 loading
        P2 W1 <6.2>
        P2 W2 <.2>
        P2 W3 131.8

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        • #5
          Checking in ! Officially start P4 on Monday. So far not planning on deviating too much from P3 the first week. Keeping to my easy foods. Will likely add a sweet potato mid week & see how that goes. Maybe some low carb bread that I've always loved. But since I'm doing another round immediately after P4 not planning on getting too experimental with my foods. If the sweet potato is ok may add some low carb pasta & see how that goes.

          See everyone on Monday !
          Goal 120 (highest weight 248 Jan. 2012)
          MediWeightloss Clinic, lost 52.4 lbs
          R1 hHCG lost 27.5 lbs.
          R2 hHCG lost 17 lbs from LDW 29.6 from loading
          R3 hHCG lost 21.4 from LDW 29.6 from loading
          LDW 129.2 total lost 119 lbs !!
          Next Round Jan 2013

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          • #6
            Hi girls, Monday is the start of P4 for me so I just wanted to thank you for starting this thread and let you know I'll be popping over. Since I just now stabilized, I will be easing into P4 very, very slowly. I may even try to do primal since I feel great right now.

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            • #7
              P4 started today for me! Didn't add any P4 foods though LOL Maybe I will have some sweet potato tomorrow. What are you all adding first?

              Round 1 ended 3/25 30
              Round 2 ended 6/27 26
              LDW 185.8

              8/17 started high fat/adequate protein/low carb diet (nutritional ketosis):
              Starting weight: 185.4
              11/19 168.6

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              • #8
                I'm here! I'm already on Day14!!
                But don't ask me anything as I feel like somebody threw me into the water to sink or swim. LOL Mostly doing P3 and adding food here and there.
                2014:
                Week 1: 6.8 lbs lost
                Week 2: 4.0 lbs lost
                Week 3: 3.8 lbs lost
                Week 4: 2.8 lbs lost
                Week 5: 2.4 lbs lost
                last 4 days: 3.0 lbs lost
                22.8 lbs total

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by PSer View Post
                  I'm here! I'm already on Day14!!
                  But don't ask me anything as I feel like somebody threw me into the water to sink or swim. LOL Mostly doing P3 and adding food here and there.
                  Well, there are a ton of us jumping into the pool with you on Monday! Keep treading!

                  MRS...I think I'm going to add a hemp spread or cashew butter or....yummmm!!!! I need to get a paleo book. One question I have is what do we do with fats on P4? Do we cut it down? Keep it up? Bacon all I want (nitrate free, farm raised of course...)

                  Created by MyFitnessPal.com - Free Calorie Counter

                  March - August 9 2012
                  Start 152lbsLIW 125.2
                  P4 last day 129.4
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                  April 2013 Start 139 loading
                  P2 W1 <6.2>
                  P2 W2 <.2>
                  P2 W3 131.8

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                  • #10
                    I'm here to report too! haha!
                    I'm still pondering and pending if i should intro Acai berry pills into my P4. Any suggestions/advice?
                    My birthday is coming and i wana see if i can lose abit more weight ,or eat as much as i want , at least for that day. LOL.
                    R3P1 - i'm 5"1 , 159lbs
                    10/08 LD1 - 70.7Kg
                    11/08 LD2 - ---
                    12/08 LD3 - 72.6Kg , 160lbs

                    Phase 2
                    13/08 Vlcd1 72.2Kg , 159lbs
                    14/08 Vlcd2 70.2Kg , 154.7lbs
                    15/08 Vlcd3 69.4Kg , 153lbs
                    16/08 Vlcd4 68.8Kg , 151.6lbs
                    17/08 Vlcd5 67.8Kg , 149.4lbs
                    18/08 Vlcd6 67.4Kg , 148.9lbs
                    19/08 Vlcd7 67Kg , 147.7lbs
                    20/08 Vlcd8 66.6Kg , 146.2lbs

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                    • #11
                      Checking in

                      I've technically been in P4 for a week but so far have only added Almonds, stringer beans and 1 square inch of boiled potato with no adverse reactions and 1 Ryevita cracker which put me up the next day. Lasered it and still have to try it again.

                      I've never eaten sweet potato and would love to try it. Does anyone have a 'safe' way of cooking it for me? They're obtainable in the shops here - though they cost an arm and a leg - and it sounds better than trying regular potatoes carbwise. Do you eat them like regular ones? I mean with meat and veggies?
                      Rnd: Pre-Load _ Lost _ Gnd/Lost P3/4

                      R1: 209.0 _ 17.4 _ +5.3
                      R2: 196.8 _ 19.4 _ +6.2
                      R3: 183.6 _ 15.4 _ +6.1
                      R4: 174.4_ 9,0 _ +3.7
                      R5: 169.0 _ 6.0 _

                      R5/P4

                      W1 -0.9

                      P4day: weight: LDW+/-:

                      ------------------------------------------
                      01 _ 164.4 _ +1.3
                      02 _ 164.0 _ +0.8
                      03 _ 165.1 _ +2.0
                      04 _ 163.5 _ +0.4
                      05 _ 162.4 _ -0.6
                      06 _ 162.9 _ -0.2
                      07 _ 163.1 _ +0
                      08 _ 164.4 _ +1.3





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                      • #12
                        Well day 2 of p4. Really have not changed any thing. Really have no desire to change my way of eating. P3 was good food, good eats. So why change? Right. Any way,I guess that's ok to stick with p3eating while in p4?

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                        • #13
                          Yay - checking in to our new thread and saving to my faves! I'm in P4, technically it was a week on Friday, but with my recent issues, I'm staying P3 for the next week or so and I'll be checking in here with my buds! Wow, P4!






                          R1 Beginning weight (incl ld): 190.5
                          LIW 160.5 -30#

                          R2
                          Beginning weight 168
                          12/8 and 12/9 LD days 1 & 2 - 173 (+5) :-(
                          Week 1 -7
                          Day 9 -1.5
                          Day 10 -1.5
                          Day 11 +.5

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Guinan View Post
                            Checking in

                            I've technically been in P4 for a week but so far have only added Almonds, stringer beans and 1 square inch of boiled potato with no adverse reactions and 1 Ryevita cracker which put me up the next day. Lasered it and still have to try it again.

                            I've never eaten sweet potato and would love to try it. Does anyone have a 'safe' way of cooking it for me? They're obtainable in the shops here - though they cost an arm and a leg - and it sounds better than trying regular potatoes carbwise. Do you eat them like regular ones? I mean with meat and veggies?
                            You can prep sweet potatoes the same way you do regular ones. My family loves them sliced or cubed, then baked with butter, cinnamon and sweetener (xylitol works good). I like to leave the skin on because it gets caramely (sp?). If I'm in a rush I'll nuke them. You can also fry in oil or mash 'em up. Yum, I can't wait to add them in. I also can't wait to start eating pumpkin again. I love making pumpkin smoothies! I love Fall veggies and after living in 100 degree heat for the past month, I'm ready for them!
                            Maria ~ GOAL!!!
                            5'2 - Went from a Size 14/16 to a Size 4/6


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                            • #15
                              Officially on P4 tomorrow. I did a high protein day yesterday & today since Sat had me at exactly 2.0 over LDW so I want to be careful before I start P4. Planning on adding my strawberries for breakfast and fage back in tomorrow which is my regular go to P3 menu items that so far have been kind to me on the scale. If it goes well on Tues scale wise I will add a sweet potato to my dinner. Will try that for a few days and perhaps some low carb flat out bread that I've used before (when doing low carb dieting) or I was thinking of adding some low carb bread (love toast & butter for breakfast). Let's see how it goes. I'm really in no rush to add these items because I then tend to want the toast "everyday" so want to make sure I don't have too many spikes in my weight before I add that low carb bread.

                              In 2 weeks we're heading to Disney for a week and on the dining plan I've read all the menus and plan to "trying" to be low carb, high protein/little sugars/starch BUT I have my heart set on a dessert at my favorite restaurant and a light beers. I see that Disney has lots of sugar free desserts for diabetics I wonder if those would be safe ?
                              Goal 120 (highest weight 248 Jan. 2012)
                              MediWeightloss Clinic, lost 52.4 lbs
                              R1 hHCG lost 27.5 lbs.
                              R2 hHCG lost 17 lbs from LDW 29.6 from loading
                              R3 hHCG lost 21.4 from LDW 29.6 from loading
                              LDW 129.2 total lost 119 lbs !!
                              Next Round Jan 2013

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