- 1 Post By namaste
Thinking if joining you!
On day 3 of LT as it worked so well for me a few years ago, however really struggling and being very snappy with kids, really want to loose a few stone quite quickly, do you think this is a good alternative to a ketosis diet? X
Starting again - 04/02/2013
Week 1 - 4 = 13.5lbs
Week 5 - 1lb (again lol)
Goal 1 - Lose 14lbs - Done 07/03/2013
Goal 2 - Lose 21lbs
Goal 3 - Get my club 10
Goal 4 - Lose 28lbs
Goal 5 - Lose 35lbs
Goal 6 - Lose 42lbs
Goal 7 - Lose 49lbs
Goal 8 - Get back into a 14
Goal 9 - Get to goal
Not sure what a LT diet is, however I do know that JUDDD is a lifestyle & not a quick fix diet. You won't lose super quick on it after the first couple of weeks, but you can lose steadily & set yourself up to keep it off rather than losing it fast, getting diet jaded & putting it all back on....well at least thats the theory!!
Started JUDDD Aug 9th 2012 7lbs lost in August.
7lbs lost in September.
2lb lost October (6 Hol UD's!)
5lb lost in November
+2lbs December-Mini hol break/ Xmas/ Boozy New Years Eve !!
4lbs lost in January.
0lbs lost in February. 23lbs Total Lost on JUDDD.
Goal : 21lbs by Easter 2013 (4 lost so far)
JUDDD is definitely not a quick diet but sometimes slow and steady wins the race! It isn't a 'diet' as such, it's a way of eating that you keep to forever ~ just adjusting your calorie goals when you get to maintenance. A lot of us have been on VLCD and found that when we go back to eating we just put weight back on. This is for life...........
Have a look through some of the diaries, they're very interesting for seeing why people decide to 'do' JUDDD and how they manage. xx
Starting Weight ~ 15.12
Lost 3.10 in 2011 then put most of it back on.
Restart ~ April 2012
Exante/Low carb ~ 36lbs lost
Low carb ~ 10lbs lost
Now Low carb/JUDD
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