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Old August 30th, 2004, 02:51 PM
Laura
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"occupant" wrote in message
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Laura wrote:

This looks like an extremely low-carb type of diet to me. Many people

lose
lots of weight at first with Atkins. It is mostly water and will come

right
back when you re introduce carbs into the menus.


Well, Bran muffins are carbs, aren't they? I have 4 huge bran muffins
in a 12 hour period.


Since they are probably high fiber the total net carbs might be under 30.
This is the usually where people aim for if they are doing the Atkins post
intro 2 weeks. So techically I would consider you doing a form of Atkins.

I used to eat lots of rice and pastas and those two items usually have
lots of
sauces with oils in one shape or another as part of the meal be it
Chinese or
othewise. While I dump my diet (eating pattern) for social occasions,
it seems
prudent to eat less, eat less carbs, eat lots of all vegetables except
starchy ones
where moderation is called for and eat lots of huge salads with modest
amounts of dressing - and lots of water.

I am the only guy at work over 55 cycling to work. They say I am always
eating. They are right, I do.
I just keep it to low fats, low sugar, and less (not huge amounts of
carbs).

I made modest previous attempts at losing weight with combinations of
juce or smoothy or 2 scrambled eggs
or toast - all sort of examples. After I arrived at work at I would be
hungry for food and it would be
worse at 11:00 a.m. My body sends aggressive signals to my brain if I
get hungry.

This is just my own attempt at dieting knowing I have to eat a well
rounded bunch of food.

My well placed muffins seem to replace the cravings for pop, chocolate
bars and hunger in general.


Then this new WW program called Core might just be the answer for you. It
strives for low fat, right carbs, high fiber and little or no processed
foods. These processed foods can cause cravings. I know mine have been
greatly decreased after 5 days on the program.


I hated bran muffins my entire life but these big chewy very low fat
homemade raisin filled bran muffins appear to be performing magic.
Bran Muffins have replaced or substituted all sins!



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Old August 30th, 2004, 10:46 PM
Miss Violette
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recipe please? Lee
occupant wrote in message
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Laura wrote:

This looks like an extremely low-carb type of diet to me. Many people

lose
lots of weight at first with Atkins. It is mostly water and will come

right
back when you re introduce carbs into the menus.


Well, Bran muffins are carbs, aren't they? I have 4 huge bran muffins
in a 12 hour period.

I used to eat lots of rice and pastas and those two items usually have
lots of
sauces with oils in one shape or another as part of the meal be it
Chinese or
othewise. While I dump my diet (eating pattern) for social occasions,
it seems
prudent to eat less, eat less carbs, eat lots of all vegetables except
starchy ones
where moderation is called for and eat lots of huge salads with modest
amounts of dressing - and lots of water.

I am the only guy at work over 55 cycling to work. They say I am always
eating. They are right, I do.
I just keep it to low fats, low sugar, and less (not huge amounts of
carbs).

I made modest previous attempts at losing weight with combinations of
juce or smoothy or 2 scrambled eggs
or toast - all sort of examples. After I arrived at work at I would be
hungry for food and it would be
worse at 11:00 a.m. My body sends aggressive signals to my brain if I
get hungry.

This is just my own attempt at dieting knowing I have to eat a well
rounded bunch of food.

My well placed muffins seem to replace the cravings for pop, chocolate
bars and hunger in general.

I hated bran muffins my entire life but these big chewy very low fat
homemade raisin filled bran muffins appear to be performing magic.
Bran Muffins have replaced or substituted all sins!



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Old August 30th, 2004, 10:46 PM
Miss Violette
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recipe please? Lee
occupant wrote in message
...
Laura wrote:

This looks like an extremely low-carb type of diet to me. Many people

lose
lots of weight at first with Atkins. It is mostly water and will come

right
back when you re introduce carbs into the menus.


Well, Bran muffins are carbs, aren't they? I have 4 huge bran muffins
in a 12 hour period.

I used to eat lots of rice and pastas and those two items usually have
lots of
sauces with oils in one shape or another as part of the meal be it
Chinese or
othewise. While I dump my diet (eating pattern) for social occasions,
it seems
prudent to eat less, eat less carbs, eat lots of all vegetables except
starchy ones
where moderation is called for and eat lots of huge salads with modest
amounts of dressing - and lots of water.

I am the only guy at work over 55 cycling to work. They say I am always
eating. They are right, I do.
I just keep it to low fats, low sugar, and less (not huge amounts of
carbs).

I made modest previous attempts at losing weight with combinations of
juce or smoothy or 2 scrambled eggs
or toast - all sort of examples. After I arrived at work at I would be
hungry for food and it would be
worse at 11:00 a.m. My body sends aggressive signals to my brain if I
get hungry.

This is just my own attempt at dieting knowing I have to eat a well
rounded bunch of food.

My well placed muffins seem to replace the cravings for pop, chocolate
bars and hunger in general.

I hated bran muffins my entire life but these big chewy very low fat
homemade raisin filled bran muffins appear to be performing magic.
Bran Muffins have replaced or substituted all sins!



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