Progress Details - Week 2

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Period ending: 21 Jan 13

jaime30024 Week 2: 0.96 %  (Down 2.0 lb) Total: 2.09 %  (Down 4.4 lb)
rlshrew Week 2: 0.95 %  (Down 2.2 lb) Total: 2.09 %  (Down 4.9 lb)
LynCaro Week 2: 0.56 %  (Down 1.0 lb) Total: 0.56 %  (Down 1.0 lb)
sholbk Week 2: 0.55 %  (Down 1.0 lb) Total: 1.73 %  (Down 3.2 lb)
ppboc1 Week 2: 0.23 %  (Down 0.4 lb) Total: 1.35 %  (Down 2.6 lb)
Pamela7605 Week 2: 0.00 %  (Steady 0 lb) Total: 2.79 %  (Down 6.0 lb)
Irisha22 Week 2: 0.65 %  (Up 1.6 lb)* Total: 1.30 %  (Up 3.2 lb)
cinnamoneyes Week 2: 1.10 %  (Up 2.2 lb) Total: 2.13 %  (Down 4.4 lb)
mama_of_twins Week 2: no result. -
JShereeJ Week 2: no result. -
splatpig Week 2: no result. -
micki13 Week 2: no result. -
Fidodog Week 2: no result. -
Vicki 72 Week 2: no result. -

Mini Challenge Results

LCHF - Low Carb; Med Protein; High Fat

Guidelines
Learn more at http://www.dietdoctor.com/lchf...

Results for everyone:
Successful:

Mini Challenge Results

daily limit carbohydrates: 25g (women) and 50g (men); drink 8 glasses water;

Guidelines
Learn more about this revolutionary way of eating at http://www.dietdoctor.com/lchf...

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: My daily carbs remained under 25g more...
ppboc1: yes more...
Also: jaime30024; Pamela7605; rlshrew; sholbk

Mini Challenge Results

Example of Low Carb Vegetables

Guidelines
Vegetables that Grow Above Ground: All kinds of cabbage, such as cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage and Brussels sprouts. Asparagus, zucchini, eggplant, olives, spinach, mushrooms, cucumber, lettuce, avocado, onions, peppers, tomatoes

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: cauliflower, brocolli more...
ppboc1: out ground more...
Also: Pamela7605; rlshrew; sholbk

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Example of Meat

Guidelines
Any type, including beef, pork, game meat, chicken, etc. Feel free to eat the fat on the meat as well as the skin on the chicken. If possible try to choose organic or grass fed meat

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: All kinds more...
ppboc1: beef a lot today more...
Also: Pamela7605; rlshrew; sholbk

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Example of Fish and Shellfish

Guidelines
All kinds: Fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel or herring are great. Avoid breading

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: smoked mackerel more...
ppboc1: salmon will have tonight more...
Also: Pamela7605; sholbk

Failed:

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Example of Eggs

Guidelines
All kinds: Boiled, fried, omelettes, etc. Preferably choose organic eggs

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: Omelette, Fried, scrambled more...
ppboc1: white boiled more...
Also: Pamela7605; rlshrew; sholbk

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Example of natural and high fat sources

Guidelines
Using butter and cream when you cook can make your food taste better and make you feel more satiated. Try a Béarnaise or Hollandaise sauce, check the ingredients or make it yourself. Coconut oil and olive oil are also good options

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: Cream, butter, cream cheese more...
ppboc1: butter more...
Also: Pamela7605; rlshrew; sholbk

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Example of Diary Products

Guidelines
Always select full-fat options like real butter, cream (40% fat), sour cream, Greek/Turkish yogurt and high-fat cheeses. Be careful with regular milk and skim milk as they contain a lot of milk sugar. Avoid flavored, sugary and low-fat products.

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: cream, cream cheese, greek yoghurt more...
ppboc1: cottage cheese had today more...
Also: Pamela7605; rlshrew; sholbk

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Example of Nuts

Guidelines
Good to eat instead of candy in front of the television (preferably in moderation

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: macadamias more...
ppboc1: almond more...
Also: rlshrew; sholbk

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Example Berries

Guidelines
Okay in moderation, if you are not a super strict or sensitive. Good with whipped cream

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: strawberries more...
ppboc1: strawberries more...
Also: Pamela7605; sholbk

Failed:

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AVOID!

Guidelines
Sugar, Starch, Margarine,Beer, Fruit, Vegetables not listed

Results for everyone:
Successful:

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SHOPPING LIST FOR BEGINNERS

Guidelines
Butter, Heavy cream (40% fat), Sour cream (34% fat), Eggs, Bacon, Meat (minced, steaks, stew pieces, fillets, etc.), Fish (preferably fatty fish like salmon or mackerel), Cheese (preferably high-fat), Turkish yoghurt (10% fat), Cabbage (cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, etc.), Other vegetables that grow above ground, Frozen vegetables (broccoli, wok vegetables, etc.), Avocados, Olives, Olive oil, Nuts (Macadamia, Almonds)

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: shop regularly more...
ppboc1: i cant shop i stay in hotel more...
Also: Pamela7605; rlshrew; sholbk

Mini Challenge Results

Eat 3 Meals Daily

Guidelines
Record all you eat here on the Fatsecret website

Results for everyone:

Mini Challenge Results

14. Record Your Progress

Guidelines
Share your progress in doing the LCHF Food Revolution Challenge - at least once per week

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: I record my meals immediately as I go through the day - and try and do the rest of ... more...
ppboc1: done more...
Also: jaime30024; Pamela7605; sholbk

Failed:

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Feel free to share your photos

Guidelines
Feel free to share your photos, don't feel too shy :-)

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: I did more...
ppboc1: i do t take more...
Also: Pamela7605; sholbk

Failed:

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Take your measurements, especially your waist

Guidelines
The scale can be misleading. You might have lost weight in measurement, but not the scale!

Results for everyone:
Successful:
cinnamoneyes: Current waist measurement is 34.5 inches (half an inc lost during the week; 2.5 ... more...
ppboc1: i will buy a meter later more...
Also: jaime30024; Pamela7605; sholbk

Failed:


Progress Summary - Week 2

All Participants 0.17 %  (Down 2.8 lb)*
based on 8 weigh ins for week 2