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9/5/13 1:54 P

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well, I'm on my 3erd day. and even though I eat more than SOME people eat in te whole day that i eat (carb count) at breakfast. my body is slowly adjusting. slowly adjusting to smaller meals and lower carbs.

i even got down to 220.8 today. totally shocked since some people have said removing the great whites didn't affect them.

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9/4/13 6:30 P

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Don't get discouraged. You can do it. It just takes time to find what works for you.

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9/4/13 1:32 P

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nice. well its only been 48 hours since I've had white bread. I plan on sticking to this 90% of the time and see how it goes.

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9/3/13 7:57 P

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I have never heard of adding more fat. I have heard before that eating more protein (beans, veggies, milk, etc.) can help, but I haven't specifically tried that approach. I know that I feel better if I keep my carbs, specifically white starches, low but it doesn't seem to have an impact on the scale. It does, though help my waist line!

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9/3/13 11:53 A

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metformin had no affect whatsoever in breaking my plateau

for 24 hours now i have not had ANY bread, potatoes (white), rice or noodles.

I'm exhausted. I have die off. others have told me to cut out ALL startch and add more fat. I'mnot sure how much more fat I can eat. Plus, my weight went from 221.4 to 222, but I'll wait until friday and see if its better.

so much for water weight loss lol

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9/3/13 12:48 A

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Ugh. The good news is that you have experienced and maintained a weight loss, even if you have hit a plateau. Of course, with PCOS breaking a plateau is a bit harder than normal. What all have you tried? I will admit that I finally had to turn to Metformin to break my own.

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8/31/13 5:35 P

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I've had pcos since I was 15. I am trying to lose weight (my pcos spiraled out of control two years after I had my twin girls 8 years ago. I am still trying to find my way down again.

It feels like for at least a year or more, my body doesn't want to give up anymore weight. and I'm at around 29 pounds weightloss.

it drives me crazy.

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