juddd diet????

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  1. valerie11

    valerie11 Gold Member

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    hi i wonder if someone would be kind enough to explain the principles of the juddd diet have been on all diets known to man but have not come across this b4, i have recently done w/w lost 9lbs over 5 weeks only to have a blip and put 5lb back on in a week !!!!! i was looking on here to see what other diets were here and came across this one have been dieting for 30 years only to get fatter with each one thanks val :cry:
     
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    Hi Val,

    Juddd is pretty simple and relatively easy to stick too as long as you have your motivation :)

    There is an Up Day where you eat normally (as long as you don't go ott and eat too much) about 2000-2500 cals although you don't need to calorie count, although lots of us do just to keep in check.

    Then you alternate that with a Down Day which is basically 500 cals max. You can either do this with food and strict calorie counting, or CD or SF products etc. I use food usually and split it down into 5 x 100 cals meals/snacks. it is surprising what you can have for 100cals when you look around. Also many find it easier to leave eating until as long as poss in the day, usually around 2pm for me. Plus make sure you're drinking at least 2 litres of water, tho the more the better (I usually have 3.5 or 4 litres a day).

    You can visit the juddd website at:

    UpDayDownDay Diet™ Plan – How to Succeed

    There is a calculator but it is just for guide (esp the up day cals) so you don't have to stick to this. As long as you aim for 500 and 2000 you'll be losing those pounds.

    Any other q's just ask.

    Good luck hun xx
     
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    thanks

    hi thanks for that seems easy enough lol will give it a try x :)
     
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    up days and down days

    hi sorry to be a pain but out of the 7 days should u have 4 down days and 3 up days thanks val :)
     
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    You need to alternate your up days and down days, this means that one week you would be on a down day on Saturday. The following week the Saturday would be your up day. Quite simple. However, some people keep their Saturdays and sundays as Up days so they can socialise more easily. Apparently the diet still works.

    Any more questions just ask.

    Cheers, pat.
     
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