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Old Wed, Nov-02-22, 02:09
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Plan: South Beach Stillman QWL
Stats: 226/216.8/140 Female 5ft10 3/4
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Progress: 11%
Location: London, England
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I couldn’t find the ebook in the link you provided. I can see the guides and the free trial but not the book. It’s probably me… I’ll have another look a bit later when I’ve more time. Thanks again.
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Old Wed, Nov-02-22, 03:20
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Plan: P:E/DDF
Stats: 225/150/169 Female 5' 9"
BF:45%/27%/25%
Progress: 134%
Location: NC
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Still works as of today.

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Are you are interested in more detail about protein leverage or protein-to-energy ratios? As a Diet Doctor member you can get my book, The P:E Diet, at a significant discount. We are offering it at a 50% discount to all Diet Doctor members. Just visit my website tednaiman.com and put in the discount code DietDoctor50 for an instant download.


Go to his website, right near top under his photo is a graphic and black button "Get the PDF e-book" then "I want this button" takes you to the GumRoad website, a typical on-line order and purchase page, where you put the Discount code, credit card, etc.

I loaded mine into the Books app on my iPad…it works well there! You can add it to most any e-book or .pdf reader, including on computer. If you have trouble, message me.

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Old Wed, Nov-02-22, 04:18
NHSB NHSB is online now
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Posts: 468
 
Plan: IF+HP+Cycling+Stillman
Stats: 148/143.2/130 Female 5’6”
BF:29%/27%/20%-25%
Progress: 27%
Location: New England
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Hi Jey100,

Do you mind if I ask, do you do the daily resistance training Dr. Naiman recommends? I had adopted his other ideas a few years ago, but have never convinced myself to do daily strength training. I guess I was too influenced by bodybuilders who claim we need recovery time. Though they are probably talking about recovery from long sessions.

Thank you for generously sharing your experiences here!
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Old Wed, Nov-02-22, 04:54
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Plan: P:E/DDF
Stats: 225/150/169 Female 5' 9"
BF:45%/27%/25%
Progress: 134%
Location: NC
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Thought I would try to increase my resistance training this winter, but it hasn’t happened yet. Three mornings a week I go to a fitness center for slow and heavy exercises on machines, and walk about 45 minutes most every day. In summer, pool exercises that are both cardio and resistance 6 days a week. I get in a rut! I could do more nano-exercises at home anytime, planks, push-ups, etc, …but don’t.
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Old Tue, Nov-08-22, 04:50
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Plan: P:E/DDF
Stats: 225/150/169 Female 5' 9"
BF:45%/27%/25%
Progress: 134%
Location: NC
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Data Driven Fasting + Nutrient Optimisation. 15 months to lose 38 pounds and reach a 22 BMI, plus one more year Maintaining 150-155 pounds, Nov 6, 2021-2022. Easy long-term maintenance is result of both Training Hunger and Optimising Nutrients in your diet, plus occasional tracking: it all leads to Satiety. The short term satiation from a LCHF meal is not the same as satiety.
The DDF app and joining the Optimising Nutrition Community are free:

https://members.optimisingnutrition...YzLViZ3fNO8bMBJ

This is the P:E Diet at a liberal low carb level with "many diet breaks" usually maintaining an 6-8 hour eating window when eating whatever. I don’t obsess over a pound or two, especially when I drink wine, a guaranteed increase. Also Jan 2022 I began recording the weights from a new scale, which is a pound more than the old. If my weight approaches 155, I use the PE weight loss food list and Marty Kendall's programs. The increased protein and nutrients resolved "minor thyroid" issues...hair is now thick, nails long and strong. I’m wearing dark nail polish, the first time in a decade!
EDIT: Weds, Nov 8, 151.0 pounds, same goal on the new Renpho scale.




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Old Wed, Dec-21-22, 14:07
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Plan: P:E/DDF
Stats: 225/150/169 Female 5' 9"
BF:45%/27%/25%
Progress: 134%
Location: NC
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EDIT TO ADD: Dec. 2022

My Success Story on DietDoctor was one of the most popular in 2022;

Top 10 success stories of 2022

https://www.dietdoctor.com/top-10-i...stories-of-2022

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Still maintaining through Thanksgiving but 2 pounds over the top of goal range due to Christmas drinks and cookies. I don't panic about picking up again after enjoying the holiday and losing these carby pounds.

A new DDF challenge starts on January 7th and as with every diet, already has many new folks joining up. Data Driven Fasting is the easier place to start, it doesn’t require tracking macros and micros, but there are suggestions for higher protein foods depending on your blood glucose trends.

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Old Fri, Dec-30-22, 15:23
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Plan: Keto IMO Atkins 72 Induct
Stats: 283/229/180 Female 5'3"
BF:mini goal 250, 225
Progress: 52%
Location: St. Pete, Florida
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This is awesome! I'm happy to read you have found your n=1 path to success.
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Old Sat, Dec-31-22, 04:43
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Plan: P:E/DDF
Stats: 225/150/169 Female 5' 9"
BF:45%/27%/25%
Progress: 134%
Location: NC
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Thank you, Gypsybyrd, I don’t think my weight loss success is unique. Many others have realized when they stopped using a high fat Atkins/Keto food list, they increased protein and satiety, then have a better chance of reaching their ideal goal weight.

Some of the other 2022 Success stories are Higher protein as well. The plan used in my success story and summarized in my new journal https://forum.lowcarber.org/showthread.php?t=485372 , esp. the simple graphic in post #4, or the first page of LowEnergyDiet.com, is an easy start point because Satiety Per Calorie is taken into account. DietDoctor will have a new Satiety Score and Food Navigator in 2023 to work out every food and meal combo, that should help anyone "stalled" no matter the type of diet used.

Wishing you a happy and healthy new year!

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