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Juddders Unite!

Barb

Gold Member
#1
Hi Fellow Juddders,

I thought it would be nice if we all knew who we are so that we can encourage and support each other on this plan.

People I know doing this are as follows; if I miss you off the list please add yourself on and your start date too would be good!:D

Barb - 21st May 2007
RussianDoll - 21st May 2007
Bex-
Bakerfa(Anja)
DQ-
Westhills(Ann)29th May 2007
Dizzy


I know there are more, but my brains not what it could be! Do add yourselves, it's going to be a very exciting group!:cool:

Love
 
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fiona78

Gold Member
S: 15st0.5lb C: 13st3.5lb G: 9st7lb BMI: 33.9 Loss: 1st11lb(11.88%)
#2
Barb - 21st May 2007
RussianDoll - 21st May 2007
Bex-
Bakerfa(Anja)
DQ-
Westhills(Ann)29th May 2007
Dizzy
Fiona78 - 28/5
 

dizzy-n-mizzy

Not dieting ATM!
#4
Barb - 21st May 2007
RussianDoll - 21st May 2007
Bex- 22nd May 07
Bakerfa(Anja)
DQ-
Westhills(Ann)29th May 2007
Dizzy - 22nd May
Fiona78 - 28/5 _______________
 

DQ

Queen of the Damned
#5
Barb - 21st May 2007
RussianDoll - 21st May 2007
Bex - 22nd May 07
Bakerfa(Anja)
D Q - 22nd May 2007
Westhills (Ann) - 29th May 2007
Dizzy - 22nd May
Fiona78 - 28/5
 

Diva

Cambridge Diet Counsellor
#6
Barb - 21st May 2007
RussianDoll - 21st May 2007
Bex - 22nd May 07
Bakerfa(Anja)
D Q - 22nd May 2007
Westhills (Ann) - 29th May 2007
Dizzy - 22nd May
Fiona78 - 28/5
Diva - 28/5 (trying it for two weeks initially!)
 

KD

Gone fishing
#7
Best of luck everyone. I'm so excited for you all:bliss:
 

Shazza

Full Member
#8
Barb - 21st May 2007
RussianDoll - 21st May 2007
Bex - 22nd May 07
Bakerfa(Anja)
D Q - 22nd May 2007
Westhills (Ann) - 29th May 2007
Dizzy - 22nd May 2007
Fiona78 - 28th May 2007
Diva - 28th May 2007 (trying it for two weeks initially!)
Shazza - 25th May 2007
 

Barb

Gold Member
#9
Welcome Shazza, that makes a party of 10 so far!
 

Shazza

Full Member
#11
thanks hun - im sure there are quite a few out there to be honest just maybe a bit apprehensive at coming out like I was.
 

Barb

Gold Member
#12
Come on out, thats what I say, if you are a JUDDDER you are amongst friends! The bigger(and indeed smaller lol) this group gets the better we will be able to work out how well this plan really works.
 

Summerskye

Gold Member
S: 18st11lb C: 12st4lb G: 11st7lb BMI: 27.8 Loss: 6st7lb(34.6%)
#13
Can I be an honorary JUDDDer? :rolleyes:

I just happen to believe this sort of (in my view anyway) sensible eating plan is the way to go both to lose weight as well as maintain the loss once you get to target :)
 
S: 17st4lb C: 16st11lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 43 Loss: 0st7lb(2.89%)
#14
Welcome aboard Summer :)

I also belive tihs is a sustainable weight loss / maintenance programme because it responds to the normal human eating pattern i.e we don't always eat exactly the same number of cals every day because of circumstances. For me, this plan 'irons out' those circumstances and gives some structure to my otherwise erratic eating habits (and by erratic, I mean out of control ;))
 

Barb

Gold Member
#15
Summer you and RD have hit the nail on the head. Recently we went to Las Vegas with my sister and her OH, they are both slim jims and after 10 days with them I could see why. Given that American portions are HUGE they definately ate light every other day or so. Both put on a little and interestingly eating with them all the time, I lost a couple of pounds. Go figure!
There is a lot more to losing/maintaining than being paranoid about it. They were just so sensible ' oh, had massive dinner last night, think I'll stick to fruit and salad and light dinner today' - no stressing or guilt over what had been consumed, just a balancing act to keep things even. Brilliant!
 

Kate

CDC/PT/PITA
#16
Barb - 21st May 2007
RussianDoll - 21st May 2007
Bex - 22nd May 07
Bakerfa(Anja)
D Q - 22nd May 2007
Westhills (Ann) - 29th May 2007
Dizzy - 22nd May 2007
Fiona78 - 28th May 2007
Diva - 28th May 2007 (trying it for two weeks initially!)
Shazza - 25th May 2007
Kate - 21st May 2007
 

bakerfa

Silver Member
#17
Barb - 21st May 2007
RussianDoll - 21st May 2007
Bex - 22nd May 07
Bakerfa(Anja) - 22nd May 2007
D Q - 22nd May 2007
Westhills (Ann) - 29th May 2007
Dizzy - 22nd May 2007
Fiona78 - 28th May 2007
Diva - 28th May 2007 (trying it for two weeks initially!)
Shazza - 25th May 2007
Kate - 21st May 2007
 

westhills

I STILL mean it!
S: 21st9lb C: 12st10lb G: 11st3lb BMI: 29.6 Loss: 8st13lb(41.25%)
#18
I have started a "sticky" thread on the WeMitt forum for JUDDers. I think this is really interesting, and also exciting. Ann x
 

Summerskye

Gold Member
S: 18st11lb C: 12st4lb G: 11st7lb BMI: 27.8 Loss: 6st7lb(34.6%)
#19
There is a lot more to losing/maintaining than being paranoid about it. They were just so sensible ' oh, had massive dinner last night, think I'll stick to fruit and salad and light dinner today' - no stressing or guilt over what had been consumed, just a balancing act to keep things even. Brilliant!
I absolutely agree, Barb - in fact, I'm so thrilled about this JUDDDering business, I'm pretty much jumping up and down here :bliss:

From first joining Minimins (and previously DH), I always felt that I was 'part' of something - whether it was supporting other people in their weightloss journeys, being a part of a group like the Wemitts or just posting details about my own ups and downs as I travelled my weightloss journey. I'm still convinced I couldn't have lost the weight I have without the support of these forums - no question about it.

Since getting to target (and pretty much maintaining my goal weight for the past 6 months), I've felt far more 'removed' from things. In some ways, it's actually harder being a 'successful' dieter on here than when you're a 'struggling' one. I mean, no-one really likes a smart-arse do they :confused: and I never wanted to come across as smug or a 'know-it-all' .. largely because I don't think I am either of those things.

Anyway, I digress (as usual :rolleyes:). I've long said that thin people eat 'differently' to overweight people - and what you said, Barb, seems to confirm my suspicions. I know I have to eat like a thin person now probably for the rest of my life .. but I don't see it as a life sentence at all. I just think that what I'm doing now to sustain my weightloss is what a lot of 'naturally thin' people consider perfectly normal eating patterns.

There is absolutely nothing wrong in my opinion in enjoying food (within reason of course) as long as you make up for a 'bad' day with a 'good' one - or even a couple of good ones! That, to me, is just plain common-sense and gives you the best of both/all worlds. It really is just a balancing act - plain and simple - and completely takes all the stress/panic/guilt away .. and the temptation to binge too of course.

I've subscribed to the JUDDD threads (my first-ever subscribed threads on Minimins as it happens :rolleyes:) so I'll be able to follow everyone's progress with interest.

Love to all
 

KD

Gone fishing
#20
Since getting to target (and pretty much maintaining my goal weight for the past 6 months), I've felt far more 'removed' from things. In some ways, it's actually harder being a 'successful' dieter on here than when you're a 'struggling' one.
Tell me about it;) I still haven't found my little place. Can't even Judder even though I brought it here in the first place:cry::break_diet::rolleyes:
 


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