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Diabetic Ketoacidosis In Children

Pathophysiology Management of diabetic ketoacidosis Fluid and electrolyte therapy Investigating the cause of ketoacidosis Morbidity and mortality from diabetic ketoacidosis in children Continue reading >>

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  1. sacajaweapatrick

    Ok, so I've been doing well on Medifast and today I wanted steak. I grilled the steak on my George Foreman grill. It was soo good that I ate 8oz. To try and even out the calories I'm going to skip the green and my 2 shakes that I'm still due for. Week this make me gain weight, will I go into starvation mode or will it even out?

  2. sacajaweapatrick

    Ok so the next day I ended up losing 1 lb. Then yesterday I ended up doing the same thing plus I ate my green. This morning I lost 2lbs. I think I'm craving more of the steak these two days is due to me exercising. These past two days I've really kicked it up in the exercising departmentand my body is craving the extra protein. Once I eat a steak after being on Medifast I'm soo full with all that protein on my stomach that even if I wanted to I wouldn't be able to drink the shakes.
    Being new to Medifast and trying to stick with it as directed when I do something that is not in the book or my coach doesn't advise on I freak out. So, I'm just saying all this for all the people like me that do something out of the norm and wonder if they've ruined themselves on the diet

  3. aliciab307

    My coach told me that if I am doing intense exercising I should add and additional 3 oz of protein to my meals. Also NEVER skip any of your meals NEVER. Not even your GREENS. Eat all 5 meals plus your LG even if you cheat, go off plan, whatever. Too much LEAN protein is not bad at all and will not throw you out of Fat burning(FB)

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