Survived first DD

Wednesday, September 02, 2009

So I made it.

My first DD was a success. I stayed under 500 cals and still managed to stay alive! lol

I'm on my first UD now, and I'm now not very hungry. I had a banana for breakfast with a little bit of pb. I have an addiction to those 2 things, *sigh*.

I'll keep track today to see how I do.

The crappy thing though, is that I don't have a scale right now. Argh! I may not for a couple of weeks. So this will be fun....

Good luck to everyone out there.
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    1700-1705 cal's is your allowance, depending on exact age, but that's before figuring in activity level, so it will be higher than that. The book says there is an online calculator for it at
    3120 days ago
    I actually don't know my calorie allowance for up days..I will pm you my measurements. Thanks so much.

    Also, yes, I got my SW from the doctor but that was in July back when I went for a physical needed for my Residence Permit.

    So it's been a while! I just try to use how i feel and how my clothes feel as a measurement haha.
    3120 days ago
    Do you know your calorie allowance for UP days? Let me know if you need the equation, since you don't have the book.

    Did you get your start weight by weighing somewhere? Besides that, you're better off without a scale--you don't have to see the seesawing day by day.
    3120 days ago
    Good for you. A lot of people fear eating too little but this is a scientific way of eating that has been proven to improve your health. Read my blog on my spark page. I am living proof of how much better I feel when I eat less. It's too bad you don't have a scale. You're doing great! emoticon emoticon
    3121 days ago
  • SRAMB23
    Keep up the good work, but be careful not to eat too little or it will slow down your wt loss. I speak from experience there. Good luck.
    3121 days ago
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