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Broscience
You make an suggestion with tracking body composition.
by Cthulhu (submitted 4 years ago)
Broscience
Many weightlifting articles suggest getting 1+ gram protein per pound of weight. It seems like a LOT, I mean it takes conscious effort to get to 1/2 gram protein per pound of weight. Can anyone point to some science on that matter showing the difference in results from consuming varying levels of protein? [url=http://mennohenselmans.co... article[/url] suggests the science says 0.82g/lb is the highest level that provides a benefit.
by Cthulhu (submitted 4 years ago)
Good Books on Nutrition?
Skirch, More often then not the changes our family has rebelled against later faded and we really came to prefer the healthier food choices. I've literally see older family members cry when some well meaning spouse tried to change their whole milk to 2%. So expect resistance, but as long as it's not something extreme like veganism, they'll get through it just fine. :D
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
Eat, Fast, Live Longer!
I've shifted my eating to when I'm hungry a 4-10pm feasting time. I allow for about 10% of my RDI during the day. I never go to bed hungry nor do I wake up starving. I find (so far) cravings easy to set aside because I know I'll have time later in the day to be fully satisfied. This also provides an 18hr fast period, which I find awakens a different part of my inner self. I end up with a nice calorie deficit. The other aspect I like is that the timing makes most all of my eating social in nature. I get to fully enjoy my wife's excellent meals, and no one has to cope with any weird dieting restrictions with what I'm doing. There does appear to be some old cultural support for eating the majority of calories later in the day in a social setting. But that is neither here nor there. Fast, Feast, Live Longer
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
Paleo
http://www.outsideonline.com/f...
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
Eat, Fast, Live Longer!
http://news.yahoo.com/could-dr...
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
There's an app for that
http://health.yahoo.net/expert...
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
I'm back!!
Absolutely spend lots of time here. It's never too late to begin again. We literally all have had to at some point, at many points :)
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
Achy legs/joints, etc
Also a body wrap of tinfoil will keep the voices away.
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
Life Style
Unfortunately you have to be really careful about entering activity level and activities. You could end up with an extra 1000 calories a day that you never did in reality. Entries for desk work, driving, etc. should be left off IMO.
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
I hate days off
Try checking out member kingkeld's indulgence diet, then you have at least one day a week where eating to satiety is the plan. http://bit.ly/nqFOrg
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
The rational and scientific weight loss discussion thread
[quote=suzygirl1017]Another reason to drink wine? OK... I'll take it :lol: Not that I needed one...[/quote] Well it was our Lord's 1st miracle, so it must be good for us :D
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
The rational and scientific weight loss discussion thread
Magic pill stuff http://www.sciencedaily.com/re...
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
I'm stuck at 190lbs
I took that to mean you were guesstimating, sorry. Use your info and calculate your exact daily average then shave off another 100-200 calories a day and your weightloss should pick back up.
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
I'm stuck at 190lbs
Track your calories for a month and be sure of your intake.
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
beer drinking
The lawn is mowed, it's hot out, and it's Cinco de Mayo, time for a cerveza.
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
The rational and scientific weight loss discussion thread
I've read that your brain on average uses 30% of your daily calories. But what I've not come across yet is info as to whether you burn more calories if you think harder. I know I certainly feel more tired on days I do the most demanding mental work, but is that more calories burned, or something else?
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
losing my motivation
You lost 16 lbs in one month and treat us to an absurd emotional dump. Thanks!
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
Rotator Cuff?!
Pushing too many or too much of the same thing without enough rest in between. That's what seems to bring on irritation in that area for me.
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
beer drinking
If you can face down free birthday food there's no stopping you.
by Cthulhu (submitted 5 years ago)
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