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  1. You’ve freed up a lot of wool for another project there Holly! I’m doing low carb, moderate protein, moderate to high fat. Most days I eat only between 10 and 5:30. The other day, I forgot until nearly 4pm. Not being too strict, but I am beginning to see where my waist was. You’re an inspiration.

  2. What do you mean you “look older?” You look great!
    I’ve been following along. Read Obesity Code and decided to just drop soda and skip breakfast most days. I dropped 7 pounds in a matter of weeks and got a lot of energy. I figure once the kids get back into school, I’ll incorporate more. Also learned disrupted sleep — which happens often due to little kids up at night — is the biggest issue I deal with.
    Still, progress is being made. Thank you for continuing to post about this journey.

  3. Incredible! Now you’ll have to knit another sweater! You’re right, once you’ve been ‘intermittently fasting’, you do lose that sugar craving. I wouldn’t have believed it. I still like bread, but can do without it if want to easily. I’m not ketoing, just eating 8 out of 24 hours and the inches are going bye bye, pounds more slowly. Thank you so much for sharing your journey. I love Sheldon, too!

  4. Congrats Holly
    That is fantastic! I’m doing Atkins have lost 12 lbs my wonderful husband 40 lbs its never the same for girls! But we are both hanging in and will do this for the duration!
    You look wonderful for your age!

    • LOL! I’m stuck with those. Wore contact lenses until one day when I was working in the ER, (in my mid- to late- twenties) got powder from a glove under a lens in the middle of a horrific day, scratched a cornea but couldn’t stop to deal with the lens or the eye pain…, and from the end of that twelve-hour shift, could never stand to wear contacts again.

      I won’t have surgery on my eyes.

      So to see anything farther away than a computer screen, I have to wear them.

  5. Congratulations on your effective weight loss. I’m sure you feel much better. I am retiring the end of this month and plan to start IF then and hope to become half the woman I am now. Wish me luck.

    PS, I’ll also be restarting HTTS and this time I’ll finish the class. Really looking forward to it.

    • I wish you luck. If you’re doing keto, you won’t need it though. It’s one of those things that just works.

    • Thank you. I feel so much better.

      And Sheldon makes serious book on that adorableness. Initially I thought he was adorable when he nibbled on my elbow to ask for treats. He decided, however, that when treats weren’t forthcoming, he would just nibble a bit harder.

      That’s a bad path down a mean road.

      So I growled at him and told him I wasn’t going to give him treats for doing that anymore.

      About half an hour after I had made clear that nibbling was not going to result in snacks, he stood on the bill box next to my desk, stood on his hind legs, rested a front paw on my desk for balance, and patted me on the shoulder with the other paw.

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      Yeah. Of course I gave him treats. And that is now his standard way of asking.

      • Cats really should be fed free choice, as they are natural nibblers (no, cats are not fussy eaters; when feeling satisfied, they’re just not hungry enough to eat meals). Feeding meals makes them excessively hungry (which can cause paradoxical food refusal).

        Thing is, smaller animals just don’t have the reserves to routinely go hours or days between meals, any more than you’d expect that of a baby. Frex, “sickly” toy-breed puppies usually aren’t sick; rather, they’re starving, because they’re only good for a max of ~6 hours before they become hypoglycemic (and can die within a day or two), and the uninitiated just don’t feed them often enough.

        • Yeah, he gets his half cup of food first thing in the morning.

          And then accompanies whoever is going to the bathroom, and nibbles a bit while they’re in there. He likes company.

  6. You look amazing! I have been lazy about my keto, and it shows. I feel better than I used to, but I still have a long way to go. I really need to get strict about it.

        • It really doesn’t take that much discipline. I like meat. Butter. Eggs. The occasional green thing like asparagus or broccoli.

          And while the initial walk away from bread and sugar was tough, I no longer feel any desire for it. I don’t yearn for anything.

          Well, at the moment, I haven’t eaten since 7 PM on the 7th, and I’m a bit hungry, and will be happy to have a slab of something meaty and fried in butter later. But that’s pretty much it.

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