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Old 05-01-2005, 04:55 AM   #1
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For those of you who want to cut and want to run a CKD diet here is a calculator that will do it for you. Some of you may have used this. It is tried and proven and absoutly works. I know the first day the protein is low but trust me you will retain muscle and lose fat.

http://168.144.38.254/ckd/default.asp

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I have been using that calculator for my calculations for about 6 weeks now. So far I'm down 11 lbs without the optimal amount of cardio that I should be doing. So I can verify that it does work.

One thing to keep in mind for all of you is that your going to have a hard time getting exactly the target macronutrients that the calculator outputs. Just keep it within a few grams of each and you should be fine.
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i was looking for one of these so i can try and cut some body fat thanks for sharing its. any suggestions/tips about starting ckd?
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CKD,CKD,ahhh yes. I had good results, lost around 25-20ish. for water,ive always drank a gallon jug a day at work, and ate broccoli and asparagas. I cant spell at all, also for fiber, i used mueslex or psyllum husks. oh,and fiber from nuts i ate.
Tips, id say grab som udos oil.. it is blended with different oils that are good for ya, or get some omega oil. and try salmon in a can,its pretty good.
good stuff x, that the calc I used, I just printed one out, wrote all of my main foods and nuts nutritional info on it,and made copies, just made sure I made the goal each day. You will enjoy your carb ups.
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CKD,CKD,ahhh yes. I had good results, lost around 25-20ish. for water,ive always drank a gallon jug a day at work, and ate broccoli and asparagas. I cant spell at all, also for fiber, i used mueslex or psyllum husks. oh,and fiber from nuts i ate.
Tips, id say grab som udos oil.. it is blended with different oils that are good for ya, or get some omega oil. and try salmon in a can,its pretty good.
good stuff x, that the calc I used, I just printed one out, wrote all of my main foods and nuts nutritional info on it,and made copies, just made sure I made the goal each day. You will enjoy your carb ups.
yea thats my problem every day for me is a carb up day i like pasta and bread way to much its going to be hard but after a few of u said that u did it and it worked im definatly going to give it a try
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To get the values from each thing you eat do you have a book you reference or a site you go to?
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Wow, never heard of this kind of diet......
I can't believe that eating this much fat could actually be healthy for you.
It seems unreal!
I put my numbers in and it told me to eat 177 grams of fat in a day... HOLY CRAP!!!!!!!

What does CKD stand for?
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Calculated Killing Diet
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Wow, never heard of this kind of diet......
I can't believe that eating this much fat could actually be healthy for you.
It seems unreal!
I put my numbers in and it told me to eat 177 grams of fat in a day... HOLY CRAP!!!!!!!

What does CKD stand for?
It stands for Cyclical Ketogenic Diet and it works

here is the website
http://www.c-k-d.com/
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Wow, never heard of this kind of diet......
I can't believe that eating this much fat could actually be healthy for you.
It seems unreal!
I put my numbers in and it told me to eat 177 grams of fat in a day... HOLY CRAP!!!!!!!

What does CKD stand for?
this is exactly what i said it sounds unreal but as long as i lose body fat without losing muscles ill be happy with it. i cant afford to lose any mass
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