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Welcome Squiggledotdash! I hope you like the No S Diet your first week and will continue on with it. It's a good plan to establish and maintain to 'prevent' weight issues from escalating up and up and becoming a 'chronic' issue in life. Glad you've joined us ~ aloha, dj

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Welcome, Paleomom, and Squiggle.-. I will answer your question about snacking on the "How are you doing on No S? thread. Hmm. I'm thinking maybe we should have separate threads just for discussing problems with individual S's, though that may not be necessary and members tend to start talking about other topics anyway. It's good if we can keep our discussions concentrated, since we are so small and not all members get alerts about new threads.

Nine years of maintaining a 20% weightloss and counting.
*To seek happiness, identifying the Self with the body, is like trying to cross a river on the back of a crocodile." Ramana Maharshi
*The No S Diet saved me from my emotional eating defeats.
10 years and counting! nosdiet.com/
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Hi everyone,
I've only recently come across the No S diet, but I have to say so much of it rings true for me. I've had the sense for a long time now that when I eat, I never really eat "meals". Or if I do, I never truly enjoy them because I've been snacking too much prior to them.
My digestion has never been a problem, but now at 39, I have been noticing that I've often got some kind of stomach upset going on.
I'm definitely curious about this way of eating. It seems logical, and as a serial snacker, I think it might solve a lot of problems for me.
I do have a question though. Are snacks ever allowed? I exercise 5-6 days a week and fairly intensely (I really like it :) I find that if I don't eat a little something before a workout I can get shaky and light-headed. I mean, this could be because I don't eat a big enough breakfast. But would eating a small snack defeat the whole purpose of No S?
At any rate, I'm going to give it a try this coming week and see how it goes.
I have NEVER not snacked, so this should be interesting!

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Hi Paleomommy! WELCOME!

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Welcome Paleomommyof2!

Glad you have joined us! Isn't the No S diet cool? Even if we are eating wholesome/better foods it's still possible to have less than good 'habits' and overeating problems ... this helps with that!!! I'm a newbie here too ... so still working on making some No S changes this first week on the plan but hope it becomes second nature for me soon! Hope to see you around the site!

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Eat as healthy as I can, moderate exercise, spiritually focused/supported - that's the plan!

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"When diet is wrong medicine is of no use, when diet is correct medicine is of no need." ~Ayurvedic Proverb


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emoticon I just read this book and checked out the website and I had been working on healthy eating but do have trouble with sweets. Recently I had given up dairy and have been eating a mostly paleo/gluten free diet and I think this lifestyle is just what I need to complete my new way of eating. Limiting sweets , even paleo sweets I believe will help me with my weight loss and not snacking or adding my healthy snacks to my meals instead of by themselves I believe will help me to not eat as much at meals.

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Diane, so happy you're here, I hope this way of living helps you!
I am on day four, and so far so good!

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Welcome Diane! There are several of us that have just joined and I think it's pretty safe to say we all are loving it ... at least I am and think you will too! aloha, dj

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"When diet is wrong medicine is of no use, when diet is correct medicine is of no need." ~Ayurvedic Proverb


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Pleased to meet you, Diane. It's very likely No S is going to help stop the habits that have led to slow increase in weight in their tracks. Almost no one's weight goes up without their eating having gone up, too. The weight may not come off fast, but the meal pattern sets up the perfect foundation for eventually decreasing the total amount of food we eat. I don't want to ruin the surprise of some of the delights of No S. You have to live it to find out!

Nine years of maintaining a 20% weightloss and counting.
*To seek happiness, identifying the Self with the body, is like trying to cross a river on the back of a crocodile." Ramana Maharshi
*The No S Diet saved me from my emotional eating defeats.
10 years and counting! nosdiet.com/
*Get to the next meal hungry!
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Hello!

I'm Diane. I've been slowly gaining weight after maintaining for several years. Looking forward to working this program and getting to know everyone on the team.

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Hello, new ladies!

Sanity is a word I use in regard to eating all the time. There is nothing sane about eating all the time, especially cruddy quality food, though just plain less of that is also a boon. Slim cultures and long-lived cultures don't do it. They don't think of themselves as being deprived. They think eating all the time deprives you of the real pleasure of hunger and satiety!

Don't get discouraged! You don't HAVE to fail, but people can fail over and over but still be laying the groundwork for eventual success. It's a very reasonable way to apportion ourselves food in this food-rich environment, so it's worth some frustration. And MILLIONS more people have lived this lifestyle than all the diet study participants combined.

Nine years of maintaining a 20% weightloss and counting.
*To seek happiness, identifying the Self with the body, is like trying to cross a river on the back of a crocodile." Ramana Maharshi
*The No S Diet saved me from my emotional eating defeats.
10 years and counting! nosdiet.com/
*Get to the next meal hungry!
www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
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Aloha, DJ! Glad you're here. I am new too.

My name is Sue, I'm 55, binge eater of decades and decades. I have stretches of "doing well" and then fall down the rabbit hole rather quickly, like I did just yesterday.

This seems like a very sane approach to eating, and I need sanity.
Looking forward to learning more about all of you, so happy to already see some faces I know and love!

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Aloha - I'm DJ ... I've been seeing posts on the website referencing the No S Diet ...decided to check it out. It definitely appeals to me and may be just what I need to 'tweak' what I'm currently doing. I've requested a library copy of the book which I'll probably receive by Thursday.

I'm eating fairly healthy now but fall back from time to time and tend to regain the same 10-15 lbs. over and over the past 6-8 months. However, even when on plan and eating healthy I find myself snacking or eating late at night (and it's not because I'm hungry!) which I would like to stop

Excited to be starting this ... can't wait to receive the book ... and I like this team's goals. The 8 hours sleep will probably be the hardest thing for me to do. I've had sleep problems for years ... I don't remember when I last got 8 hours! I've been working on this as well ... the last few weeks I've sporadically managed to get 6 hours.

Anyway, we'll see how all this goes ... I like incorporating 'simple' into my life ... we have simplified and downsized our way of living ... makes sense to do same to my way of dieting!

Looking forward to getting to know all of you.

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Eat as healthy as I can, moderate exercise, spiritually focused/supported - that's the plan!

"...casting all your cares on Him, for He cares about you." 1 Peter 5:7

"When diet is wrong medicine is of no use, when diet is correct medicine is of no need." ~Ayurvedic Proverb


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WELCOME back Carilu! I would imagine a lot f us have thought the grass s greener with some other diet plan (I did). In the end, this is sane, easy, ENJOYABLE and woth sticking with for life. Glad you are here.

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We met back then, no? Returners have a much better of chance of making it work! They know their odds aren't very good with anything else. And believe me, after awhile, you can incorporate changes you never thought you could!

Welcome home.

Nine years of maintaining a 20% weightloss and counting.
*To seek happiness, identifying the Self with the body, is like trying to cross a river on the back of a crocodile." Ramana Maharshi
*The No S Diet saved me from my emotional eating defeats.
10 years and counting! nosdiet.com/
*Get to the next meal hungry!
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New here. Read the book years ago and forgot hoe sane it was! Here's to a better way..

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WELCOME!
No-S is a fantastic way to get control of earing and REALLY enjoy your food. I hope you like the method ... it is easy and sane. Hope you find it helpful.

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Hi. New to SP but feeling really good about continuing my weight loss journey with new friends!

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I left a message on your page.

There are so many benefits to having longer gaps between eating events! For one thing, it's so much easier not to have to worry about having the perfect snack available.

Sweets were my major issue, too. It took awhile, but I just kept up my weekdays (called N days) and eventually, I did what I needed to to tame S days. I doubt any other plan could have made me act any faster.

No S's real value can't be felt completely in the first few weeks or even months, like traditional diets can. Hang in there!

Nine years of maintaining a 20% weightloss and counting.
*To seek happiness, identifying the Self with the body, is like trying to cross a river on the back of a crocodile." Ramana Maharshi
*The No S Diet saved me from my emotional eating defeats.
10 years and counting! nosdiet.com/
*Get to the next meal hungry!
www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
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Welcome LILACLOVER! Glad you are here and yes, you are right, this plan is so easy, sensible and sane! Hope it is a good fit for you.

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emoticon Hi, I am new to this lifestyle and spark. I had read the book a while back but never really got serious about trying it because I was afraid of failure. Now I think I am ready because I have tried every diet out there and nothing has worked. I have real trouble sticking to anything because the thought that a situation or holiday will come along and ruin all my progress scares me. That is why I believe this "lifestyle" is the way to go. Never have to worry about food restrictions or calories , Points, Carbs etc. again. Love it . I know that sweets will be the hardest for me but Knowing that I can have them on the weekends helps.

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June, I think I contacted you already, right? And you are returning. No problem with just lurking or thinking about it until it makes more sense.

Nine years of maintaining a 20% weightloss and counting.
*To seek happiness, identifying the Self with the body, is like trying to cross a river on the back of a crocodile." Ramana Maharshi
*The No S Diet saved me from my emotional eating defeats.
10 years and counting! nosdiet.com/
*Get to the next meal hungry!
www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
ndividual.asp?gid=1323


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Ingrid, Librarian, Fairygirl, hi!

Hate to tell you that struggling with S days can go on a lot longer than you want. The saving grace is that there isn't much else that will work better without a real change of heart or lucking out on food habits that atypically do the trick. You could spend a lot of time looking for the Holy Grail, and still end up back here. I've seen it happen SO many times on nosdiet.com.

I lasted because I knew that going wild one or two days a week was still better than the way I was living before. Five days of sanity a week was a huge improvement, even with failures at them, too. I'll comment more on S-day worries, if someone wants to start a thread on it.

Another thing that kept me going was just knowing that this plan mimics what other slim/long-lived cultures do. I wasn't following the outcome of just a few people. Sure some studies follow quite a few people, but they can't compete with what so many people have done for hundreds of years. Imagine yourself aligning with them! If you had been born there, you'd have the body you'd get there. It's unlikely our bodies are at their natural weights on SAD, so something has to give! No S is a great start, in any case.

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Nine years of maintaining a 20% weightloss and counting.
*To seek happiness, identifying the Self with the body, is like trying to cross a river on the back of a crocodile." Ramana Maharshi
*The No S Diet saved me from my emotional eating defeats.
10 years and counting! nosdiet.com/
*Get to the next meal hungry!
www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/groups_i
ndividual.asp?gid=1323


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emoticon JUNEWALKER!
How exciting to see you here! I find this plan SO sensible and easy. I've probably been a member for a year and I enjoy my meals so much more because I am actually HUNGRY when I eat. I must admit that I m still struggling with S Days, but I believe that is par for the coarse. Be sure to listen to the podcasts on the No-S Diet website ---- I found them very helpful an need to start listening to them again. Great "seeing" you here!

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Back again! Not on the plan... thinking about it...

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Welcome to the team! Hope we can be of help; great group here.

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Thanks . Its officially. Although I have been doing the diet on and off I had just joined Sparkpeople this month. I do hope though that through this team and sparkpeople I am finally able to make this life style a habit.

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Hi Cheri and welcome on board (officially? or again?) Either which way we are glad you are here! We look forward to No-S(ing) together!!

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Hi, My I'm Cheri and I have been on and off No S for a while. My biggest issue is sweets. Snacks would probably be my second biggest. Luckily I usually don't have any problem with seconds. I like this "diet" because it is more sustainable than any other "diet" but I do have issues with emotional eating which has made it hard to not snack and as far as sweets go we try not to keep them in the house except for usually holidays and when we go out to eat sometimes I might have something sweet. I believe my problem is I can never sit down and enjoy a meal because I have two little ones. Ages 2 and 5. Luckily most days I only have the two year old because my 5 year old just started full days of pre-k. So its not so overwhelming. I did learn though that bananas help with my sweet cravings some. I was really proud the other day when I was confronted with a table full of cookies and chose a banana instead. Baby steps I guess. Anyways I look forward to the encouragement I will get being a part of this team.

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Librarian, welcome to the team and best wishes for your Lenten discipline. My choice was to abstain from meat the entire time (not just Fridays); I prefer the vegetarian plus fish lifestyle anyway. This is my second week; focus for the week is keeping my meals within the 7 3/8 inch boundaries of my favorite plates and getting my exercise in, whether on the floor or seated. Will be an Urban Ranger on wheels once the weather warms up.

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Welcome aboard, Librarian! We are glad you are here and hope to see you around on the No=-S site. This method is so easy and do-able. Remember to focus on new habits and not the scale ... as Reinhard says it, "Good No-S behavior is more important than the number on the scale," Good luck!

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I decided to not eat between meals during Lent, and discovered the No S Diet when checking to see if hard candy counted as a snack (lol!). It does, of course. In any event, the No S Diet certainly seems sustainable, and I have five days in (I didn't snack or eat sweets either "S" day this week - I will wait for Easter to do that.

I gave up all added sugar last year, and did not lose an ounce. I am curious to see how I do on this "live it" plan.

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I found the book really helpful - an easy read. The podcasts are good to listen to too. I hope this helps you, and your husband!

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Feeling rather overwhelmed by all of the info on the message boards; ordered a very reasonably priced copy of the book last night (neither of the library systems that I use had it). Having a Super Bowl party for two tomorrow night after we get back from the funeral home visitation for an ex-co-worker of mine who died in his sleep at 43. Will eat dinner b/f we go rather than come home ravenous then have a low-sugar Sweet on the S-day. My 390 lb husband is the perfect poster child for what constant snacking will do to a person.

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emoticon Mary - the No S rules are well-worth exploring - it's not necessary to be perfect from the beginning, which I think is so great - you just keep working on it until you get it! I love it - I hope you do too.

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Hi SUGARFREEBIE, welcome! I'm pretty new too. And together we are strong emoticon

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Came across No S somewhere yesterday; believe that it could be the ideal solution to so many of my food and eating related problems. Have just started looking at the boards; a lot of detail to examine behind the simple front premise. Will have to do that 14 min of exercise mostly seated or on the floor; the point is to get it done however.
Have been obsessed w/ sweets ever since childhood; amazed at how much of my food pantry and recipe collection is devoted to them (mostly using no-cal/artificial sweeteners d/t hypoglycemia since my early 20s that flipped over into T2 diabetes w/ weight gain and aging). So, those need to be the first to go; I have some SF Jello already made up in the fridge that I may have after dinner on Sunday. Seconds are not a problem except at buffets; easy fix there. Intelligent food choices should eliminate the need for snacks for blood sugar stability but that will take some experimentation.
Glad to see that this is an active group; will be back often.

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Thank you for your answer Rawcookie. I will move to the forums now.

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Everything you need to read is all on the front page of the NoS website - if you get more curious, the podcasts are great (in my opinion) - then the forums are a great place to post how you're doing and get support and feedback.

Pile your plates as high as you want to at the beginning - the fear of not having enough will go in it's own time (faster than you think actually!). I went from being a three meals and three snacks a day person, to a three meals a day person who can now go 5-6hrs between meals quite comfortably. I started around July last year and haven't looked back - I love it! I hope you do too.

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Thank you Leanna.
I started today, yes on Sunday. But I wanted to practice for tomorrow at my very hectic work. I noticed the following. My breakfast and lunch were both very large, or I'm just not so hungry today. There is an element of fear that the meals are too small. I guess I will learn over time what is normal. Does anyone recognize this?

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Welcome Ingrid! We are glad you are here. NoS is so practical and easy to follow. I hope you find it easy to live with we will hear from you occasionally on the different threads. Again, welcome!

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Hi, I'm new here and don't know much about this diet. I guess I have some reading to do.

Ingrid (from the Netherlands)

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Dear GO4ME and WELCOME! We hope you like it here and we look forward to hearing from you. About your Spark Page options. I'm not an expert but I TINK if you go to your Spark Page and click the Edit Spark Page button in the upper right corner a white box will appear at the top of your page. There is an "Options" area in the upper right corner of that white box that lists things you wish to make public (or not). Hopefully this will help??? Good luck and welcome!!

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9/21/15 8:26 A

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Well,happened upon No S, checked it out and my book is on the way. I like the simplicity and the fun aspect.

Hi to all. Looking forward to meeting you all.

PS I have attempted to make my Spark Page public, but if it is not, will someone please drop me a note.

Cheers to all. emoticon

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9/20/15 10:08 P

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Hi DSW and Welcome! We are so glad you are here at NoS and hope you find this method comfortable and free-ing. It isn't fast, but it gives you such sanity around food and for me, it is repairing my relationship with food and binging. Be sure to visit the no-s website at NoSDiet.com and listen to (or read) Reinhard's podcasts ... they are helpful as well as entertaining. Again, glad you are here and good luck! (I too am in California)

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9/19/15 7:12 P

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Hi, I'm new!

I'm starting the No S plan on Monday. I'm thinking snacking will be my hardest challenge, but I'm confident I can do this! I've really been wanting just a simple plan that doesn't involve complicated food lists or counting calories - both of those seem to make me either obsess about everything or throw in the towel!



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9/19/15 5:31 P

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WELCOME Wanda!
We are always so happy to get a new team member! It was strange to not snack at first, but I realized because I was so used to snacking that I really didn't know what being hungry felt like any more! Now I am truly hungry before a meal and enjoy my food SO MUCH MORE!!! I hope you adjust and enjoy the ease and freedom this method provides.
Leanna
P.S. You also learn that being hungry is OK, you really won't die!

Leanna
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9/19/15 2:43 P

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During my first couple of weeks, I allowed myself one snack a day (down from my usual three) - and after the first week, I found I didn't need my one snack. You might like to try having one snack instead of two for the first month - and see how that works for you. You might be surprised!

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I think the "no snacks" will be hardest for me because I plan two small snacks every day. It will be difficult to break such a long habit.

Wanda

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9/19/15 1:41 P

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emoticon Wanda!

One important thing about the No S is that it's not a quick weight-loss system - but it is a system that can be followed for life. If you click on the logo on the team page - it'll take you to the web-site where you can read all about it. Enjoy!

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