Monday, September 9, 2013

Days 43, 44, 45,46, 47, 48 and 49 Zero Carb Diet 9/9/2013

Hello everyone,

I am back from the twilight zone. Sorry everyone, but get used to it. I get sent on emergency out of town trips from time to time with very little notice to me. I always have a packed bag for these occasions. This time I was sent south of the boarder to Brasilia, Brazil. What a nice zero carb surprise that was for me. I have never been to the capital of Brazil and while the trip was all business the food was excellent. I had a nice expenses account and ate a few different Brazilian Steak houses. I also enjoyed a typical american style breakfast everyday with Eggs and Bacon. So food was just an after thought, yet very Delicious. 

So I did not fall into an ice cream vat and drowned my cravings away. I am feeling more resolved than ever. I am getting to a point that this is not a diet, but a way of eating for life that I am getting more and more comfortable with every day. Also I change the format of the daily log. I will keep two weeks showing the amount of weight I lose. the first week will be the past week and the second week will be the one I am currently on at the moment. The long was getting way too long. I will just leave the weekly loss to represent the the entire week. Anyone wanting to see past weight loss can use the "search box" feature and find that particular range of time.

For now I am content with my pattern of eating. I like eating my meals later in the day and two meals seem to be more than enough. On weekends I sleep in a little and I am beginning to notice that Bacon and Eggs over easy are a favorite treat for a first meal. I know I label them B, L, and D, but really they are a first meal and a second meal. I am not going to give up and I am confident that my cravings will go away forever. For now I will keep working hard to keep a positive attitude until it is second nature. Thanks for your patience and support.

B     Coffee

L    Two Chuck Hamburger patties with provolone cheese 16 oz 

Two Chuck Hamburger patties with provolone cheese 16 oz 


Day 1   - 231.2 pounds  Start weight

Day 7   - 228.0 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds weekly loss = 3.2 pounds

Day 14 - 223.8 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds weekly loss = 4.2 pounds

Day 21 - 222.0 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds weekly loss = 1.8 pounds

Day 28 - 220.0 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds weekly loss = 2.0 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
Day 43 - 216.8 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds 
Day 44 - 216.8 pounds (?)0.0 pounds
Day 45 - 216.8 pounds (?)0.0 pounds
Day 46 - 216.6 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 47 - 216.4 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds
Day 48 - 216.0 pounds (-) 0.4 pounds
Day 49 - 215.8 pounds (-) 0.2 pounds weekly loss = 1.6 pounds

Current Loss: 15.6 pounds!

Mini Goals

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




  1. i figured you were out on business. you are doing really great! keep it up.


  2. Connor, you are beginning to be a real Zero Carb specialist!!!

    Indeed, Brazil, just like Argentina, are big meat eaters and, until recently, they had a low rate of obesity and related health problem. Sadly, many have adopted the "worldwide low-fat + no meat trend" and there good numbers are changing…

    I am really surprise how you are maintaining this steady loss of weight… but good for you!!!


    1. That was funny Denis. I hope to be a specialist soon. I am surprised too. Except for a couple of days of no loss, I have done well. Thanks for your support as always.


  3. You are doing really well, we are all cheering you on. :-)Cat



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