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Old Thu, Apr-12-18, 07:33
Josiegirl6 Josiegirl6 is offline
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Plan: Dr Charles Clark
Stats: 196/182/140 Female 62 inches
Default Hello everyone :)

Thank you very much for allowing me to join the forum. I look forward to learning a lot about low carb eating. I am hoping to get to grips with The New High Portein Diet by Dr Charles Clark but am open to suggestions if anyone thinks another diet would be more beneficial etc. Anyway, thank you for having me
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Old Thu, Apr-12-18, 10:41
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JEY100 JEY100 is offline
To Good Health!
Posts: 10,596
Plan: IF Fung/LC Westman/Primal
Stats: 222/171/169 Female 5' 9"
Progress: 96%
Location: NC

That "New" Diet is an Oldie. Here are the basics in the plan section above:

40-60 grams is a lot of carbs (to me who uses a 20 g plan) and with the popularity of Ketogenic diets for weight loss will get more support from more places if you try a lower carb plan.

Here is a great basic introduction to both LCHF and Keto:
The two week introduction challenge is based on Dr. Westman's clinic plan, very simple foods.
But if you want to start cooking keto meals...there are a zillion recipes on Pinterest, FB and cookbooks galore. Our library has at least two dozen new Keto Cookbooks, plus all the older Low Carb ones too.

If you find the 20 g carb plans too difficult, you can always change as you go along (the DD intro above has three levels of strictness)

ps: I also see you read Dr. Bernstein's book, you will find other plans at the Diabetes sub-forum:

All the best.
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Old Thu, Apr-12-18, 11:19
PilotGal PilotGal is offline
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Plan: Maintenance since 2007.
Stats: 206.6/173/178 Female 5'7
Progress: 117%
Location: USA

Hi & welcome to the forum!
You will enjoy the members here, the friendliness and the information.
Again, welcome.
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