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  • v NARNIAROSE2003
    Thanks for the decompression ideas. Going to have some tea right now!
    1097 days ago
  • v NARNIAROSE2003
    Hey there! Thanks for your faithful encouragement. I so appreciate you!
    1121 days ago
  • v DIZZZY_BLONDE
    Hi Mel...Regarding high cholesterol and LCHF, there's information on dietdoctor.com that explains it better than I could...it talks about the "top 14 low-carb fears". In certain people the diet may need to be modified, but the bulk of people experience better readings on LCHF than they do on normal diets. I've not had trouble with my cholesterol but haven't had it checked since starting this diet. I'll be curious to see what my numbers look like...hoping for the great numbers Charlene had!
    1124 days ago
  • v CTYONIT
    emoticon Mel--
    Let me tell you once I sat down at the end of the day I was beyond tired--waking up this morning my feet are still a little tired. Also my shoulder blades ache from all that reaching overhead paint rolling. So glad it is done.

    How's the tread mill going? I haven't been on mine in a while.
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    1124 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/13/2016 12:07:06 PM
  • v DIZZZY_BLONDE
    My understanding is low carb high fat tends to make you sodium deprived, hence the suggestion of the bullion. They tell you that if you start feeling "fuzzy headed" and have headaches it could be lack of sodium and to dissolve a t of salt into water and drink it. I have felt no such feeling, but my husband has. It may have been his High Blood Pressure meds being too high for the diet. He's feeling better now though and will talk to his doc next appointment. If you want to read about it, go to
    https://www.dietdoctor.com/
    There's a lot of info there that you can read without a credit card...and if you find you want to check it out, you can put a credit card number in and have a free month subscription and cancel before the month is up and your card won't be charged. I know you're very informed about the sodium issue, so it might interest you. Thanks for your comments and suggestions as I try to figure out this low carb thing...I really do believe in it. I feel great. I just have to figure out the right numbers for myself I think.
    1150 days ago
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