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    I'm sure you'll get all the answers you need from...

    I'm sure you'll get all the answers you need from the links above, but in my experience when going seriously low carb you lose a lot of water to start with (especially if you eat more protein than...
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    Wow! Glad it's working for you. Long may it...

    Wow! Glad it's working for you. Long may it continue. My employers before kids were very flexible too. Although they are based in Saddleworth I worked for them at times from Sweden and Cardiff, as...
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    Hiya Mat - business ticks along, pays for itself...

    Hiya Mat - business ticks along, pays for itself and keeps me out of mischief thanks! Not done any programming for ages - had some concentration problems, but I may get round to something in the...
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    You are so kind :) My side effects are manageable...

    You are so kind :) My side effects are manageable now. Maybe I've got used to them! I only had a handful of lymph nodes out for biopsy when I had my lumpectomy. They were clear so didn't need chemo....
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    Hi - thanks for the encouragement. THD was a real...

    Hi - thanks for the encouragement. THD was a real Godsend in my first year after diagnosis in particular. It took me two years to settle to the Tamoxifen. My weight gain wasn't too bad in year 1 but...
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    Thanks

    Hi all

    Just wanted to post thanks to Zoe and Andy for running a blitz again this summer. Proving a really good focus for me just when I needed it. I'm a long time THDer - initially did brilliantly...
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    I'd like to add that portion sizes is actually...

    I'd like to add that portion sizes is actually something that I have to consider. When I started THD I didn't, and lost 20kg without a huge amount of effort and always felt satisfied after my meals....
  8. This, or a variation on it is very nice. ...

    This, or a variation on it is very nice.

    http://wellnessmama.com/3426/savory-stuffing-grain-free/
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    I found this page very useful when I was dealing...

    I found this page very useful when I was dealing with depression earlier in the year: http://www.foodforthebrain.org/content.asp?id_Content=1644

    Like everything else you can find yourself going...
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    Great to hear from you :) - yes the chocolate...

    Great to hear from you :) - yes the chocolate situation is a nightmare - but full marks for everyone on here trying to make a difference.
  11. Time of the month can certainly make you crave....

    Time of the month can certainly make you crave. If you're having carb meals perhaps this is a good time to have them. A square or two of dark chocolate (not milk) may help as well. If your periods...
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    Yes fine! And welcome to the forum :)

    Yes fine! And welcome to the forum :)
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    Welcome to the forums Cathicks and becks1973 :)

    Welcome to the forums Cathicks and becks1973 :)
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    Welcome to the forums :)

    Welcome to the forums :)
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    +1 Excellent post, Breeze. :)

    +1 Excellent post, Breeze. :)
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    Good one :)

    Good one :)
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    It will be expensive if you buy ready ground...

    It will be expensive if you buy ready ground linseed. If you have a liquidizer or small "chopper" attachment on a stick blender, buy whole linseeds and grind them yourself. Takes 20 seconds!! I pay...
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    I have no guilt whatsoever about feeling the most...

    I have no guilt whatsoever about feeling the most healthy I have done in many years. :) I spend lots in the butchers too, and it's my son's favourite shop!!
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    My daughter's diet has not changed at all and she...

    My daughter's diet has not changed at all and she had a fungal rash under her arms which the doctor said she probably got from the swimming pool, and is definitely aggravated by heat/sweat. After a...
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    Yes, it's better to try having larger meals. It...

    Yes, it's better to try having larger meals. It takes a bit of experimenting to get the right balance, but snacking between meals becomes unnecessary if your meals are big enough. This reduces the...
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    You can eat what you like on Phase 3, so it's...

    You can eat what you like on Phase 3, so it's really a matter of finding what works for you individually. I personally slide very easily into wanting sugar, so I don't really have cheats that would...
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    No one is or will give up on you! :) We can only...

    No one is or will give up on you! :) We can only share our own experiences. I've been well off the wagon several times this year, for the first time in two years I might add. It made me feel...
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    I once lost weight by eating less and doing more,...

    I once lost weight by eating less and doing more, but I couldn't sustain it and I wasn't as healthy as I am now. (I gained it all back and then some.) It's a big thing to accept that it's *what* we...
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    I was horrified by this - a work colleague of my...

    I was horrified by this - a work colleague of my husband's almost died a couple of months back - he ended up in a diabetic coma. He didn't know he was diabetic and was diagnosed in hospital. When he...
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    Typically frustrating reply, wasn't it. But I do...

    Typically frustrating reply, wasn't it. But I do take heart from what's happening in Sweden.
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