Monday, September 2, 2013

Days 39, 40, 41 and 42 Zero Carb Diet 9/2/2013

Hello everyone,

I had an extended holiday weekend and decided to do some me time. I relaxed and cooked and ate. I had a good friend come over and spend some time with me. Besides that I love the last post that Denis put on the blog and felt that it needed some time at the top of the posting order. I am having a really great experience with my friends and most of my family concerning my new way of eating. The most flack I get is from work and I am starting to think that it is a case of jealously  I mean there is a small group of people that are overweight and are always trying new diets almost weekly. They never last more than a couple of days before they fold. I have been on this diet over a month and they can't stand it. They criticize me yet don't have any answers to their failures. 

For now I take it day by day. It is easy to get ahead of myself and I know that I am not their yet. I am getting more and more comfortable the way I eat, yet I know that I am one bit away from failure. Carbs are so addictive it is not funny. I have witnessed someone that I won't mention overeat and regret it complaining that she felt so bloated and wished that she did not overeat. She told me that she could not stop. For me is not to even start down that path. I could fall into that some predicament if I followed her path. I known because it happened to me in the past. I never want to be there again. Thanks for your support.





B     Coffee

L    Four Large Eggs over easy 4 rashers of thick cut bacon 


D    Three large grilled Chicken leg quarters




Stats

Day 1   - 231.2 pounds  Start weight
Day 2   - 230.0 pounds (-) 1.2 pounds
Day 3   - 229.4 pounds (-) 0.6 pounds
Day 4   - 228.8 pounds (-) 0.6 pounds
Day 5   - 230.0 pounds (+)1.2 pounds
Day 6   - 228.2 pounds (-) 1.8 pounds
Day 7   - 228.0 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds weekly loss = 3.2 pounds
Day 8   - 227.6 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 9   - 226.8 pounds (-) 0.8 pounds
Day 10 - 225.8 pounds (-) 1.0 pounds
Day 11 - 225.2 pounds (-) 0.6 pounds
Day 12 - 224.6 pounds (-) 0.6 pounds
Day 13 - 224.2 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 14 - 223.8 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds weekly loss = 4.2 pounds
Day 15 - 223.6 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 16 - 223.2 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 17 - 223.0 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 18 - 222.8 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 19 - 222.4 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 20 - 222.2 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 21 - 222.0 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds weekly loss = 1.8 pounds
Day 22 - 221.6 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 23 - 221.2 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 24 - 221.0 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 25 - 220.8 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 26 - 220.4 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 27 - 220.2 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 28 - 220.0 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds weekly loss = 2.0 pounds
Day 29 - 220.0 pounds (?)0.0 pounds
Day 30 - 219.8 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 31 - 219.8 pounds (?)0.0 pounds

Day 32 - 219.6 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 33 - 219.2 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 34 - 218.8 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 35 - 218.6 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds weekly loss = 1.4 pounds
Day 36 - 218.2 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 37 - 218.0 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 38 - 218.0 pounds (?)0.0 pounds
Day 39 - 217.8 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 40 - 217.6 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 41 - 217.6 pounds (?)0.0 pounds
Day 42 - 217.2 pounds (-)0.4 pounds weekly loss = 1.4 pounds



Current Loss: 14.0 pounds

Mini Goals

220 pounds
210 pounds
200 pounds
190 pounds
180 pounds
170 pounds

Thanks,

Connor

2 comments:

  1. You are so right about carb addiction… Studies with rats showed they prefer sugar OVER cocoaine… just to give an idea.

    The problem is we all have an "addiction level" to any substance. Alcohol, for example, has a 15 % risk of addiction in general population while cocaine has 27% and heroin 92%. Cannabis has a 2% risk and this is why there is a so big debate on legalisation of this substance in recent news.

    I have no idea what is the "addiction risk" for sugar but I suspect it is quite high. For myself, I do recall horrible relapses into sugar consumption especially one time where I had bought this stuff called "rice syrup"… I have learn since then anything with a sweet flavor is a no-no, enough that I would spit it out of my mouth even in public…

    The day will come when you will stop thinking about sugar; you will become so indifferent to it, the same way you would instinctively refuse to eat a spoon of insecticide…

    Congratulation for the steady weight loss… and give my regards to your co-workers and good luck with their "weekly new diets"...!!!

    Denis

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  2. Thanks Denis, I am just doing to the best that I can do. Yes my coworkers are yet on another "save all" diet. At least until next week. I can not wait until the day I am "indifferent" to carbs. I am not totally there yet, but I see a day soon when I will be there. Thanks for your support.

    Connor

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