Monthly Archives: November 2011

My Progress in Pictures

Lately I have been getting a lot of comments about how drastically my appearance has changed since I started this diet. I decided to share a few photos of my progress along the way. These pics weren’t intended to be for this blog, but I think they show a nice progression. Continue reading

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Products I Like – Mother’s Oat Bran

I have tried a few brands of oat bran, this one is my favorite so far.

 

 

 

Products I Like – Coke Zero

Before this diet I was never a fan of any diet soda. Coke zero is actually pretty good considering, it doesn’t really taste ‘diet-y’ to me.

 

 

Products I Like – Nielsen-Massey Pure Vanilla Extract

Now-a-days I eat home-made vanilla yogurt almost everyday. I find that using this extract makes a big difference over the ‘bargain’ extracts.

my vanilla yogurt recipe

My Progress In Graphs, 187 days of diet data

Yes I am a geeky scientist. I have been tracking my progress in excel for the past 187 days (man, doesn’t that sounds like a long time).¬† Continue reading

Fecal Matters

You probably don’t want to read this. This blog entry is going to be about poop, and lets face it, it’s a crappy topic.

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My Progress So Far – The End of week 27

Over the past two weeks I have lost another 5.8lbs for a total of 63.6lbs. I must say that last week was pretty tough. I was feeling pretty good coming back from Mount Washington but the following days were the hardest that I have encountered in months. This is probably because I took a hiatus from my diet, ate quite a few carbs and drank delicious beer. I had forgotten that when you switch to a strict protein-only diet your whole body revolts. I was sore (from my hike), tired and became pretty bitchy. After a day or so of just all-around misery I finally remembered that I had felt like this before. I remembered when I first started this diet I had felt quite similar, and following my first burst of veggie days, when I returned to protein-only I felt crappy as well, but not quite to the extent as the previous cycle. Continue reading