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Old Thu, Feb-01-24, 05:42
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Plan: P:E/DDF
Stats: 225/150/169 Female 5' 9"
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Progress: 134%
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I can only take Twitter in very small doses! I follow nutrition related folks like Ted and yourself, but even so enough crazies make it through my filters.

I got tired just reading all your exercise. Currently less exercise than ever for me.
This past summer I injured my back (on an Ab Crunch Machine) and was basically in bed for months. I was allowed to walk in the pool for 30 min/day…so any muscle I had is gone. Finished PT now and trying to add body weight exercises, yoga, carefully return to the fitness center on a few machines, and walk. So I'm lucky if I even use my T1 muscle fiber. I remember those White Board YouTubes..will watch them all again. Thanks for posting.
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Old Thu, Feb-01-24, 14:52
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Plan: Dr Ted Naiman + IF
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I can only take Twitter in very small doses! I follow nutrition related folks like Ted and yourself, but even so enough crazies make it through my filters.

I got tired just reading all your exercise. Currently less exercise than ever for me.
This past summer I injured my back (on an Ab Crunch Machine) and was basically in bed for months. I was allowed to walk in the pool for 30 min/day…so any muscle I had is gone. Finished PT now and trying to add body weight exercises, yoga, carefully return to the fitness center on a few machines, and walk. So I'm lucky if I even use my T1 muscle fiber. I remember those White Board YouTubes..will watch them all again. Thanks for posting.


Oh, I am so sorry to hear this, Janet. That just isn’t fair getting injured and laid out like that while doing something good for your health like exercising!! Ugh!!!


I’m so glad it sounds like you are up and about and carefully back to life.

Not to compare or complain, because I had nothing like that, just mentioning that I had been off my exercise for all of November and December. I went to a conference and ate rich food I wasn’t used to which caused a gallstone to break free and block a duct to the pancreas. I had pancreatitis all of November than gallbladder surgery right before Thanksgiving (happy Thanksgiving to me, LOL).

When I finally started exercising again, I felt like I had been hit by a truck! Good grief the pain! Doing nothing and then jumping in was a mistake! I hope PT was able to get you going Ok without too much pain. I imagine it would have been much worse for you than that bit I had to get through!
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Old Wed, Feb-07-24, 09:46
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Plan: P:E/DDF
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Dr Naiman post today, along with a new, scowling, "ripped and jacked" photo:
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Things I leverage every day: • Diet • Exercise
Things I have never used: • supplements, biohacking, lab tests, medications, blue blockers, ice baths, morning routines, ketone meters, longevity molecules, journaling, mold-free coffee…ad infinitim

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I see a lot of people making things more complicated/expensive than they need to be, with a pretty bad ROI. So I offer more of a Pareto approach, with 80% of the benefits from 20% of the time/money/effort.

The weight loss version of The P:E Diet is so simple, https://energytoxicity.com/ and his exercise routine is all body weight you can do anywhere when you have a free minute, no gym. Beginner body weight exercises. https://youtu.be/c57p605PDZc?si=xPKJgwvqHC2yk1VE

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Old Wed, Feb-14-24, 09:57
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Plan: P:E/DDF
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Progress: 134%
Location: NC
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A new podcast with Dr Naiman and Dr Lyon. This is their second, so questions were more advanced beyond how P:E works.

In this episode they discuss:
• How to find out if you’re overfat without needing expensive tests.
• What should you eat to lose weight?
• How to consume carbohydrates for your benefit.
• The best training plan and exercises for fat loss and muscle gain.

He doesn’t do expensive body fat tests but Measures waist at belly button, abdomen relaxed, that number should be less than half of height.
Or use a 22 BMI, Or the classic ideal body weight formula ( image : https://forum.lowcarber.org/showpos...5&postcount=280) But having a goal in the "healthy weight" range is a start. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323586

Priortize Protein and Calories Matter! Having Protein in your first meal of the day controls cravings and reduces calorie intake for the rest of the day.

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podca...i=1000645167712

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Old Mon, Feb-26-24, 05:14
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Plan: P:E/DDF
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Progress: 134%
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The YouTube interview with Dr Naiman by Max Laverge. This video has time stamps, chapter topics, transcripts, references, etc. "Why we're sick and fat". After four years, he can better explain Satiety, P:E Ratio, Energy Density, avoiding Dietary Dogma, Personal Fat Threshold and how to lose weight:

https://youtu.be/XhhoJAY96FA?si=TDZ4BoJEINIWtr2S

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Old Tue, Mar-19-24, 05:53
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Plan: P:E/DDF
Stats: 225/150/169 Female 5' 9"
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Progress: 134%
Location: NC
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https://tednaiman.com/ Ted walking the walk, photo and stats on Twitter
AND a new interview with Astrid https://youtu.be/ojC7TIJEym4?si=uHVxWNP2Z9Dlfia_

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Just turned 52.

Spending $0 on my longevity protocol [no supplements, free calisthenics, and free Ultimate Frisbee].

Just had a yearly physical:
Wt: 165 lb [I’m 5’10”]
BP: 119/69
HR: 51

Chol: 172
Trig: 53
HDL: 65
LDL: 96

A1C: 4.6%
HS CRP: <0.20
PSA: 0.41

CBC/CMP normal.

Post includes a new photo. Many questions followed on Twitter…including how did he achieve a 4.6% A1c?

Answer"—I am eating WAY LESS FAT than I used to when I was dogmatically low carb—and more carbs with a high fiber content. This change increased my satiety per calorie, improving multiple metrics including A1c. At one point in my fat-swilling keto days my A1c was 5.4% [100% serious]"

Comment from Ken Armstrong (Killorglin Ken /Lose That Belly on FB) “ I was hardcore #keto. I bought ~tednaiman’s PE Diet book and I didn’t get it. Once I got sick with my gallbladderinfection, I had to reduce fat and added fibre to compensate. I kept it #lowcarb It made a massive difference and I lost over 100lbs in 10 months. (240 lost in total)" The P E diet works well for anyone stuck above goal weight on a keto diet. KillorglinKen looks great now.

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Old Wed, Apr-10-24, 03:39
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Plan: P:E/DDF
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Progress: 134%
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A new video interview with Dr Ted Naiman and Martin Silva, a natural body builder and fitness model. What to Eat to Lose Fat.
https://youtu.be/CDYlQE32LAw?feature=shared

Ted often says Everyone is a BodyBuilder…but which body are you building? If over fat, look to Perma-Lean people like Martin and do what they do, diet and exercise. As a goal! [other than eye candy, crazy website] but his pre- competition meals are chicken breast, white fish, salmon, asparagus, broccoli, rice, sweet potato, PP. Dr Naiman is a regular GP, and Martin is an elite fitness coach..yet their recommendations to increase protein and fiber, lower fat, no refined carbs, aren’t that different. Goal Protein is still 1 g per pound of ideal body weight, and a good fasting period for the average person is 16:8.

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