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Old 06-30-2007, 09:06 PM   #1
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i just signed up. Can you make me a list or whatever of stuff that i should eat to drop weight?
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Old 06-30-2007, 11:19 PM   #2
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Old 07-01-2007, 02:06 AM   #3
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YA bro,, my name is skipdog though.. You ****in NOOB. LOl. Just playin .. Ya Ill hook you up..
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Big picture you want to avoid anything refined, fried, white sugar, corn syrup, white flour, soda even diet, gatorade only in moderation meaning very little like its a dessert, salt, fast food, etc... Eat a good blend of lean meats (turkey, chicken, steak, fish tuna in a can or whatever you like, etc..), eggs are cool in moderation, a little peanut butter is ok, cottage cheese is nice, almonds, seeds, beans and rice, lentils.. That covers a lot of protein... Have a good 3-4 servings of these each day.. Carbs, avoid any white flour (white bread, white pasta, no white rice) Have oatmeal unflavored (with a bit of splenda if your a baby), granola, brown rice, wheat pasta in moderation, wheat bread, rye is best though, .. Fruit is good just not to much banana and other very sweet ones, unsweetened strawberries are good, grapefruit, cranberry or tomatoe are the only juices you should have for a while (100% juice only). Have about 3-4 of these per day, you need energy. Lots of vegetables how ever much you want basically.. Stay away from Ranch dressing, anything creamy basically.. Drionk a lot of water try for almost a gallon a day.. Figure you drink 16 ozs during training at least.. So have another 5-8 glasses throughout the day.. Lowfat milk is good in moderation. You need good fats, avocado, fish, almonds, etc.. Have a good amount of these as well.. We can talk details later bro.. This should get you started.. You will need to force yourself to do it until you get in the habit of eating right. Allow one cheat day a week if you have to. peace.
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wheat bread, rye is best though, .. Fruit is good just not to much banana and other very sweet ones, unsweetened strawberries are good, grapefruit, cranberry or tomatoe are the only juices you should have for a while (100% juice only).
Just curious, why rye over whole wheat bread?

Also, what are the specific advantages of grapefruit, cranberry, and tomato juices over, say, orange juice. I'm at a point where pretty much the only liquid going into my body is water and OJ, and skim milk at breakfast.
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Man if you have not lurked on here for a while, get ready for a culture shock. I'm sure someone will tell you to eat copious amounts of serpent seed sperm to lose weight BTW, greetings
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Just curious, why rye over whole wheat bread?

Also, what are the specific advantages of grapefruit, cranberry, and tomato juices over, say, orange juice. I'm at a point where pretty much the only liquid going into my body is water and OJ, and skim milk at breakfast.
Rye is never going to have white flour or corn syrup in it.. Grapefruit, tomatoe, cranberry.. All less sweet, not such a spiky amount of sugar..
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Rye is never going to have white flour or corn syrup in it.. Grapefruit, tomatoe, cranberry.. All less sweet, not such a spiky amount of sugar..
Yeah, let me tell you how irritated I was when I found out that the Jewel-brand whole wheat bread that I was buying had High Fructose Corn Syrup in it. It's hard to avoid that crap, it's in everything! But now I buy a whole wheat bread from Trader Joe's (GREAT store if you're looking for foods that aren't refined).

I've never been quite convinced on the "this fruit is better for you because there is less sugar in it" argument. I mean, the sugar in fruits is a different chemical complex than refined sugar, it takes more time for the body to break it down. So I've always figured that any fruit isn't going to give you a sugar spike like, say, juice sweetened with corn syrup will.

Nonetheless, I ought to be switching up my juices a bit more as there is definitely benefits to getting a wide variety of fruits and veggies in the diet.
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Old 07-02-2007, 01:59 AM   #9
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Some juices simply have more sugar then others.. If you want a lot of it.. Drink grape juice or orange..
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