Re: Induction


John E

Hi GQ,

Congratulations on your first day of low carbing. Stick with it, it does
The walk you took is not little for the 1st day. Just make it a habbit.
Try to increase your physical activity day by day. Tomorrow walk 2.5 miles.
Next week go to the gym or play tennis.

Honestly, low carbing motivates me to workout. Since I begun, I go to the
4 to 5 times per week with enthusiasm. IF I get off the low-carb diet
(I've done
so many times), I do NOT go to the gym.

The 1st few days are hard. It takes a little white to adapt to it as a way
of life.
Get the ketosis strips and drink lots of water; you are on your way to a
healthier and
better mood you.

Good luck,


"GQ" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>I think I did pretty well for my first day today.
> For breakfast I had 3 poached eggs, 3 slices of bacon, 1/2 of an
> avocado and a 16 oz glass of unsweetened ice tea. I always drink my
> ice tea unsweetened, so I probably won't continue to use the word
> unsweetened when posting about the ice tea I drink.
> For a snack I had 6 oz of ham.
> For lunch I had 1 cup of iceberg lettuce, 1 hard-boiled egg, 3 oz of
> canned tuna, 1/2 of an avocado, 2 tablespoons of Italian dressing (no
> sugar). I had 16 oz of water with my lunch.
> For supper I had 1 cup of iceberg lettuce, 1/2 cup of raw cauliflower,
> 1 hard-boiled egg, 1 1/2 tablespoons of Italian dressing (no sugar)
> and a 16 oz glass of ice tea.
> I also drank my 2 quarts of water and I feel great. I actually felt
> full after each of my meals and that somewhat surprised me. But, I
> feel that I accomplished a great deal today by starting the diet. I
> had made sure that I had plenty of the foods that I would need
> beforehand so that it made it easier. But I will tell you people that
> I have never had to pee so darn much in my life. My husband and I
> also went for a walk and we walked for about 1 3/4 miles. I know it
> isn't very much but it is a start. Right?
> GQ