Re-feed for two weeks?

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  1. Avaya

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    Hi,

    I know I still have a couple of weeks to go but I am that kind of person who like to plan things ahead. I spoke with my pharmacist who advised me to do 2 weeks re-feed before my holidays, due to big amount mass that I have lost.

    I was wondering what should I do. I have holidays on 6th of October. Should I stay on TFR till 28th (to lose more) and do 1 week re-feed or should I do TFR till 21st and two weeks of re-feed. Want to lose as much as possible but I understand that re-feed is more important.

    What do you think?
    I guess on re-feed we can still lose a bit. Is that correct?

    Any advices?
     
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    Hi the first time I did re-feed I did it for three weeks and I re-call that I lost 2.5lbs the first week and I think another 3.5lbs over the next two...

    For long term management and good habits I think it's the best idea..
     
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    Thanks MRS JK. Could you review my diet plan for these 2 weeks?

    Day 1
    2 Lipotrim servings
    Meal: chicken breast + portion of Mushrooms

    Day 2
    2 Lipotrim servings
    Meal: fish + portion of tomatos with onions

    Day 3
    1 Lipotrim serving
    Meal: tuna + portion cucumber
    Meal: cooked veggies (zucchini, cauliflower, ………..)

    Day 4
    1 Lipotrim serving
    Meal: cooked veggies (zucchini, cauliflower, ………..)
    Meal: turkey + celery with little lemon juice

    Day 5
    1 Lipotrim serving
    Meal: chicken breast + portion of Mushrooms
    Meal: potato (226g) with herbs + yogurt 0%

    Day 6
    1 Lipotrim serving (may have fruits that day)
    Meal: steamed zucchini with thyme with and turkey
    Meal: potato (226g) + cucumber + yogurt 0%

    Day 7
    1 Lipotrim serving (may have fruits that day)
    Meal: potato (226g) + yogurt 0%
    Meal: chicken + steamed paprika with garlic, salt and pepper (blended)

    Day 8
    1 Lipotrim serving
    Meal: rice + kurkuma + zucchini
    Meal: fruit salad + yogurt

    Day 9
    1 Lipotrim serving
    Meal: pasta in tomato sauce with basil
    Meal: chicken + steamed zucchini, carrot with garlic yogurt

    Day 10
    1 Lipotrim serving
    Meal: 2 slices of bread + low fat cottage cheese + tomato
    Meal: turkey + celery with little lemon juice

    Day 11
    1 Lipotrim serving
    Meal: salmon + cucumber + 0% fat yogurt
    Meal: vegetable soup: potato, carrot, broccoli, green beans (no fat, flour)

    Day 12
    1 Lipotrim serving
    Meal: Bread + low fat fromage fraise + cucumber + chive
    Meal: chicken + green beans

    Day 13
    1 Lipotrim serving
    Meal: low fat cottage cheese + tomato + slice of bread
    Meal: chicken breast + portion of mushrooms, onion and chieve

    Day 14
    1 Lipotrim serving
    Meal: tuna + cucumber + 0% yogurt
    Meal: rice + zucchini and kurkuma
     
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    I'm no expert but it looks fine to me. I would say on day 5 to have protien or veg with the Potato to lower the GI of the meal. I would also say when moving on to eating fruit again start with low GI fruits.

    A word of caution on Pasta and bread, portion control is hard with these and they spike your blood sugar, I would always have Wholemeal varients and some portien with it to lower the GI and keep you fuller for longer. Egg whites are great as they are only 15cals and can bulk out a sarnie or meal. I would look for a lifestyle diet plan now to try to follow thr principles to maintain as believe it or not it is maintance that is hardest.
     
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    Thanks a million. I already decided to do Dr.Hay's diet (combining diet) and set up my re-feed plan around it. This is why I don't mix proteins with carbs...
     
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    Here are some details.
     
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    I must take a look into it. I like the simplicty of GI and it worked for 3 years for me and allowed me freedom to eat what I wanted. Carbs are my downfall I can't eat them in the morning as then I crave them all day so might read his take on this...
     
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    Where can I find more info about GI diet? Would you recomend some links?
     
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    To be honest I googled it at the time and pasted them to word and printed the best ones out- I think it would have been GI diet explained I googled. Rosemary Conolly follows it I think as well.
     
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    That's what I found about LOW GI:
    http://www.minimins.com/lipotrim-refeeding/44231-low-gi-info-hope-helps-x.html

     
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