Discussion in 'JUDDD / Intermittent Fasting' started by walkywish, 3 February 2013.

  1. walkywish

    walkywish Well-Known Member

    Hi guys
    After a month on the dukan and a loss of 12.5lbs I am now stuck! Lol
    I'm considering doing something different ie this diet. Is it as simple as one day low calories and the next day more calories (as calculated on the website) or is there more to it?
  2. 2012willdoit

    2012willdoit 2015 forever

    Nope! That's it!

    No rules, no weighing, no planning and failing.

    Just eat the calories!

    Oh, and don't expect to keep up huge weight loss rates. I've managed an average of a pound a week, with time off for Christmas, birthdays, not feeling like it, etc. 3 weeks of not doing it and I have somehow maintained.... a great success in my book!

    Others have come to this from Dukan and other LCDs and found it all a bit odd - hopefully you can find some info on that on other threads, or someone will be along to let you know!

    Good luck!
  3. walkywish

    walkywish Well-Known Member

    Fantastic THANKYOU! I am torn between this and the 17 day diet which doesn't appear to get a mention on this site. I need to decide quickly!
  4. 2012willdoit

    2012willdoit 2015 forever

    Us JUDDDers probably won't discuss anything like a 17 day diet - we're in for the long haul :D

    I had a quick look at Amazon reviews and it does look as though people with a few pounds have had success.

    I am not really qualified to comment as this is the only diet I have ever tried..... but 17 day one does look very restrictive. Maybe that is normal though and with only a few pounds to lose it may suit you down to the ground.

    Whichever you choose, I hope it goes well.
  5. walkywish

    walkywish Well-Known Member

    Thank u. I'm unsure really, I could do with losing 3-5 pounds In less than 3 weeks. This would have been easily possible on the dukan but it's almost like my body has got use to it and won't budge any further!

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