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Old 02-03-2007, 09:12
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Default Adjustments to food amounts during program

Hi,

A thought occurred to me today - my program is based on blood tests when I was heavy - so, do they adjust these weight proportions during the program as you lose weight?

I'm thinking that as I shrink in size, my body does not need the same calories as it did 20, 30 or 40 pounds heavier. Will they tell me at some point in the program that my food allowance has been reduced by 5 or 10 grams? Anybody experience this in their program?

Which then gets me thinking about maintenance. Let's say I get down to my ideal weight, but then horrors I begin to put weight back on - would or could I follow the same program of 200 pound analysis versus simply being 10-15 pounds overweight?
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