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Got a quick question: What are some Medifast recipes for dog treats that have a stabilized yogurt icing? Thanks in advance for any answer. Another question I got... Can someone please post what foods you are or were eating at 6mo. out, like a daily menu with serving amounts. I am thinking iam plateau because I am not eating enough. Which sounds really strange coming from a once overweight person.

My nut told me not to worry about the calories and normally I don't,but now that I am stuck iam researching everything.Thanks Angie..

Comments (7)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an good answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could help you..

Comment #1

I am almost 7 months out and I plateau all the time. I have since the beginning... but when I average it out I lose about 12-15 pounds a month, so it's all good. I just had a 5 weeks plateau...drove me nuts! So, I upped my protein a ton... started drinking more shakes, and now I eat the little tuna kits for lunch (20 grams of protein), snacks like string cheese. Its been working, I am losing again.



Faith.

... it will keep coming off...

Comment #2

Wow, y'all are doing great! I'll be getting weighed tomorrow so I'll check in. I'm only drinking 2 protein shakes a day, Greek yogurt twice. I try new things every couple of days but it's not working (yet)..

I still plateau but am looking foward to finding out the total tomorrow..

:)..

Comment #3

Oh yeah, I'm 5 months out and am curious as to how much are y'all eating? I'm eating 1/4 cup of anything how about you all?.

Thanks,.

Colleen..

Comment #4

Colleen I can eat 1/2 at a time, most of the time. My nut.said I can eat up to 3/4 now but it is hard.Today I had a hard time eating anything just wasn't hungry. I had to force myself.I never skip meals I am now averaging about 850 calories a day. I guess most take in more at 6mo. I am trying but it's hard to eat that much I feel over full all day then and feel lazy then. You are doing great considering all you have been thru keep it up.Wish someone could list the actually daily menu out so I can see where I am lacking...

Comment #5

I'm 17 weeks out and can easily eat 1/2 cup. I've only lost 53 pounds and feel like I'm never going to lose the amount I need to. I just found out I need a hip replacement and that pain has kept me from most.

Exercise.

So I guess I shouldn't complain considering I've lost without much.

Exercise.

Angie, where did you have your.

Surgery.

? I had mine at Theda Clark in Neenah, and they gave me a whole book of instructions, Medifast diet plans etc...

Comment #6

Hi I had my.

Surgery.

In LaCrosse WI Gundersen Lutheran with Dr. Mathew Baker. I had a book but since we bought our home I can't find itit didn't give menus or anything, but helped right after.

Surgery.

Now they just give you a handout with how you should be feeling this far out and how much you could eat. Very basic. thanksANgie..

Comment #7

Our team doesn't have us measure anything, they say to just listen to our body, when we are feeling full, stop! They also don't give us a calorie recommendation. Their theory is if we are eating healthy things, and following the rules we will continue to.

Lose weight.

The only guideline they really gave us was protein intake..

Those loose guidelines may not work for everyone, but I like it. I feel like my whole life was controlled by food, whether I was dieting or not. I don't want to do that anymore. I don't want Medifast food to be on my mind all the time, measuring, counting, etc...

Comment #8


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.