adefwebserver's Journal, 28 June 2019

Day 5 of a planned 5 days of ‘no solid food’ fasting

This is why I am not losing much weight this week…

Good Week

03 Jun 19 174 lb (Carbs: 15 Protein: 56 Calories: 1010)
04 Jun 19 173 lb (Carbs: 16 Protein: 68 Calories: 1365)
05 Jun 19 172 lb (Carbs: 16 Protein: 68 Calories: 1065)
06 Jun 19 170 lb (Carbs: 19 Protein: 92 Calories: 1325)

Bad Week

24 Jun 19 173 lb (Carbs: 0 Protein: 0 [Fat:75] Calories: 2065)
25 Jun 19 174 lb (Carbs: 27 Protein: 113 Calories: 2077)
26 Jun 19 174 lb (Carbs: 28 Protein: 100 Calories: 2077)
27 Jun 19 173 lb (Carbs: 37 Protein: 95 Calories: 1953)

😎 Life is Good! Have a great day everyone!
172.0 lb Lost so far: 35.0 lb.    Still to go: 8.0 lb.    Diet followed reasonably well.

Diet Calendar Entries for 28 June 2019:
2978 kcal Fat: 157.14g | Prot: 158.50g | Carb: 236.26g.   Breakfast: Land O'Lakes Heavy Whipping Cream, Quest Vanilla Milkshake Protein Powder, Slim-Fast Keto Shake, Land O'Lakes Heavy Whipping Cream, Quest Vanilla Milkshake Protein Powder, Quest Vanilla Milkshake Protein Powder. Dinner: Thin Crust Cheese Pizza, Thin Crust Cheese Pizza, Kellogg's Frosted Flakes (Container), Atkins Endulge Pecan Caramel Clusters. Snacks/Other: Land O'Lakes Heavy Whipping Cream, Marukome Miso Soup Freeze Dried Tofu, Sonoma Creamery Parmesan Cheese Crisp Bar, Sonoma Creamery Parmesan Cheese Crisp Bar, Calavo Avocado, Calavo Avocado. more...
2053 kcal Activities & Exercise: Walking (exercise) - 3.5/mph - 40 minutes, Resting - 15 hours and 20 minutes, Sleeping - 8 hours. more...
losing 7.0 lb a week

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Everything is higher- But you maintained. That is still good in my book. I know you want to feast and it will go up some but next week will take care of that 
28 Jun 19 by member: liv001
28 Jun 19 by member: srossca
Yay! 🎉 
28 Jun 19 by member: Keilin_4
yes, you calories where a little bit high for your normal but you did not gain weight. That is amazing 😀💪 
28 Jun 19 by member: Keilin_4
@srossca, @Keilin_4 - Yeah I'm not getting CICO :) I am suppose to believe that a 4,000 calorie difference (4,765 calories the first week vs. 8,172 calories the secods week) would explain why I *lost* 4 pounds one week and nothing the next week? Of course the difference in weight is water. The water is related to the glycogen and glucose. This is affected by the doubling of the carbs and the protein that produce glucose and the glycogen :) Yes the calories went up, but that is because the calories are calculated from the macros 👍🏾 
28 Jun 19 by member: adefwebserver
@liv001 - Yeah I posted this because I wanted to look back and see "yeah those are the macros where I DO NOT lose weight". If I want to maintain weight, I also know what macros work for me. It also shows *me* (other may disagree), that cutting calories is not what works, but cutting my carbs and protein. If I only looked at the calories, it would indicate that by reducing my calories by 1,000 per day I would achieve a 1 pound a day loss. The part of CICO that *is* correct is the "CO" (Calories Out) part. It takes approximately 3,500 calories to burn a pound of fat. So the 'match' of CICO never-works-out. No one can ever point to "this many calories will cause this much weight gain" because most of the weight gain (and loss) is water... and water has no calories. However, I can reliably track that less than <20 carbs and <50 grams of protein will cause weight loss in me because that *directly* relates to the water that is causing the majority of the fluctuation in my weight 😁 
28 Jun 19 by member: adefwebserver


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