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Got a question, hope someone can answer... Trying to find Medifast recipes for cookies that Grandma made. (Lept)? Many thanks for any answer. Second question of mine... Today....I feel awful..I felt sooo hungry..I dont normally feel this way but it was awful..I was just hungry..I feel like I ate TOOO much but then when I think about it I really didnt..Im just scared You Know!! I hate 1/2 a sausage biscut this morning, for lunch I ate a bag of cheese popcorn. For supper I had a bagel with cream cheese(this is what I cant believe, cause I ate it all...I am 7months out) then I ate half of a hot pocket..WOW right!!! I also cant get my bowels regulated..Someone please help..only having a BM once a week..My 6month check up went well, all my vitamins came back great!..

asked May 09 at 03:47

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Kara
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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the right answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably can answer it..

answered May 09 at 04:19

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Hey, Karen! Where's the beef? I mean, you should be emphasizing protein at every meal and snack. The protein is what staves off the hunger, and since you haven't been eating enough protein, that's probably why you're feeling hungry..

To get regular and stay that way, add.

Benefiber.

To your beverages every day. Take a probiotic such as Align every day, and if you go a day without a BM, take a stool softener the next day and every day until you clear your bowel. It's takes some consistent attention for us GBSers to maintain our systems, and you just have to be daily in it..

You can't go back to old ways of eating (cheese popcorn for lunch?) and expect to not be hungry or to maintain regularity. Come on, girl, get back with the program. You don't want to regain weight, do you? Start taking care of you!..

answered May 09 at 04:35

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Thank you ladies..I know..I have got back on track..thanks for the suggestion..I need the encouragement..

answered May 09 at 05:47

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Hey Karen,.

Why not try protein like chicken or tofu mixed in with some curry sauce or marsala sauce, etc so that you get a different taste with your protein?.

Just thinking it may help... Also, whynot measure a bit. I was worried because I thought I was eating way too much but today when I measured, nothing was more than a half a cup....

Also, drinking helps a ton as well..

Best,.

Colleen..

answered May 09 at 06:28

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I don't know, I read your list of everything you ate and it doesn't seem like a lot to me. At 7 months out I was eating more on a daily basis than that and went to see the nutritionist who advised me to get in 1300 calories a day making sure that I was getting in 64g of protein, 64 ounces of liquid and 120g of carbs. That meant I had to add a snack somewhere in the middle of the day. I also.

Exercise.

(almost) every morning burning somewhere between 100 and 200 calories at least, some days more..

And - I found that getting enough hydration and fiber is key to regulating my bowels. But definitely talk to your doc if you need more help with it...

answered May 09 at 06:56

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Brian
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Have to agree that you need to get in more protein, less carbs! Amazing how different programs are though, Kitty you can have 120 Grams of carbs? At 6 months out I am just now able to add carbs at all, and they told me not more than 10 grams per meal! On the other hand, since carbs were always my downfall, I know that limiting them is best for me. Now I just have to stick to that!!..

answered May 09 at 07:28

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I add protein powder to sugar free pudding mixed with non-fat milk. Gives me a sweet hit with protein. In that I use vanilla protein powder from Trader Joe's. It works well...

answered May 09 at 09:06

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1300 calories is alot..I was told 400 to 500 calories..Carbs..and fat grams..i know it's not much...

Deardarlink can you give me receipe ideas for the chicken and curry..I love curry chicken but dont know how to make it...

I love everyones comments cause I do take them to heart..

answered May 09 at 09:40

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I am 8mo out and my nut. doesn't worry about calories but I was concerned so she said around 1000-1200 I really have to push for that I still don't think I do it. I eat well balanced meals and with my protein. My office doesn't feel you need to drink the protein shakes for life if you eat the right amount of protein, which is great for me since I dump from them. I maybe get about 800-900 calories on a good day. I really try for more but never do it.



Stretching.

The pouch. I have my 9mo on the 14th but will official be nine months on the 24th. I am down 134.lbs since.

Surgery.

Hope.

I keep it off. My nut. didnt limit my carbs. but did say they bother some people more than others.I eat whole grain never white but it does bother me sometimes and other times not. I never know when the dumping will occurr. I still have no sense of fullness so I still have to measure.

Take care..

answered May 09 at 11:01

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Dawson
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Wow it's not calories it's content LOL I thought your Medifast food choices were a joke! WTF.

Lu..

answered May 09 at 11:21

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