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12/1/11 11:56 P

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Today I finally felt full and satisfied with the lower range. I think I will plan a moderate splurge one day this weekend, then continue the lower range for a week.



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11/29/11 8:59 P

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Well, starting Sunday I cut 100 calories off my daily limit. You wouldn't think I would notice the difference, but I definitely do!



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11/27/11 12:15 A

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This sounds like a fun idea. I would be careful about not restricting TOO much-- if you don't give your body what it needs to function it can backlash (strong cravings etc)

Personally i like JUDI's version of staying on low end, and I would add for myself restricting my usual "anything goes" strategies for that week. I'll put a plan together for the coming week.

Should I put this up as a challenge?



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11/26/11 9:19 P

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One of my favorite booster diets is the Good Housekeeping Soup Diet. I don't know if they still have it, but I clipped it. Basically, its a basic soup recipe that can be made and with additions make various kinds of soup. I usually make some of my favorites and freeze it. You eat soup for one meal a day. I think you have some additions, but pretty much soup and then eat light and balanced for the other meals, but since I love soup, I eat it for more than one meal.
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11/18/11 12:25 P

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Should I remind you?

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11/18/11 9:21 A

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That's a good idea. The idea went in one ear and out the other.

So I'm thinking, the week after Thanksgiving. (My son is visiting all of next week.)

I might not do the exact one on that site, but I think I will pretrack the week, staying at the low end of my range, limiting the variety of foods.

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11/18/11 7:18 A

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Let me know if/when you do and maybe we can do it together?

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11/16/11 12:07 P

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Hi Val,
I like the idea of a one week booster, and the one you pointed to looks good.

One of my 'back up' diets is to have a very low week, staying at the bottom of my range, tracking my food in advance, less variety, just do it... and this seems a little like that.

I could use a week like this because I am getting off to a very slow start. Maybe I'll pick a week and do something! Good idea.

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11/16/11 9:40 A

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What do you think about this?

http://www.prevention.com/flatbellydiet/
articles/1weekmealplan.shtml#tuesday

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11/16/11 9:24 A

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I just started a basic search for a 1 week detox, but realized that next week would be a BAD week to give it a go, seeing as it's THANKSGIVING, lol! And the week after that I will be moving, another bad time. So that means I have a few weeks to research and choose something to give me boost.

Ideas? Suggestions? What should I be careful or mindful of?

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