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New Member... Any fat burning food ideas?
Does nothing...
by Diablo360x (submitted a week ago)
Disapointed with myself
As Rick said, it all comes down to calories. If you can stay in a deficit despite what you eat, then go for it.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
Ketogenic Diet and Bullet Proof Coffee
One of the silliest fads. Drinking your fat. Eat solid food that contains fat to reduce hunger. Drinking your calories is not a smart thing during calorie restriction.
by Diablo360x (submitted 3 months ago)
Do you guys track fruit?
Fruit can range from 50-250 calories per item. Track everything.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
Eat what you want & loose the weight!
Eat what you want but have a very strict diet? False advertisement in the thread title. You can include a piece of cake in your 12-1300 calories and not have to do any extra cardio. Also, it's lose not loose.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
Walking in place
Even standing vs. sitting will have you burning many more calories so of course actually stepping as well would be an even greater "burn". Keep it up.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
How to curb late night eating?
Drinking your fat is.....special.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
Loosing it
[quote=mskestrela]Make up your mind that those things are POISON..because they are![/quote] Oh wow, I poison myself everyday then, still alive somehow....Nice fear mongering there! A+ As far as the OP is concerned. Eat a small amount. A normal sized piece of cake is ~300 calories. No need to worry.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
Intermittent Fasting
[quote=spacey48] often people who suddenly lose a lot of weight when they first start a caloric deficit go crazy as they think they have amazingly lost loads of fat when they have just lost water....then a week or 2 later the scale hardly moves and they get discouraged [/quote] This is a major reason that going low carb diets seems to be the problem solver for many. They get the instant gratification that they need. We can hold A LOT of water. Just look how much a boxer regains on fight day. They can gain 10-20 lbs. overnight. You're losing water, and if you think about it, weighing less immediately will reduce your daily burn so in a way, you're hindering actual fat loss. Don't quote me on that, I just thought of it but it would make sense as your burn changes on any calorie counting website when you lower your body weight. Also, you're giving your body less stored glycogen to work with for exercise. Your body prefers it to using fat. I mean, people go through the "keto flu" for a reason. Not telling people to avoid going low-carb. If you don't really exercise too much and you can't adhere to a caloric deficit without it, then go right ahead. It just is not for me.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
Intermittent Fasting
Like Spacey said, the differences are just water weight. You're not saying this in that post but for the people who believe 300 calories in twinkies vs 300 calories of anything else would make a bodyfat difference are indirectly saying that "junk" food causes your body to be more efficient. The same amount of calories in junk food would keep you alive longer since you need body fat to live. That would be funny if it were true.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
Intermittent Fasting
The thing is, people like Spacey and I have been doing this for years and years(15 for me). We've tried all the fad diets. We've done hundreds of hours of reading success stories and the science behind it all(well, I have and I assume he has, being older than I). The common trend with all the success stories is people stuck to their diet whether it's Weight Watchers, Keto, Etc. They were able to adhere to a caloric deficit for a prolonged period of time. We are not telling people to stick to a certain diet, or eat a certain food, or anything else. CICO allows freedom to choose any diet you want. There are dozens if not more calorie counting websites for a reason, CICO always works as long as a person finds their daily burn and eats less than it. It may take time to find it, but you will eventually. I don't know why people expect us to be ultra nice and to sugar coat everything we say. Seems that if we don't you all get insulted and think that we are getting heated when that is just not the case.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
I'd love for you to be right Ollie, one less thing to worry about. I have to be honest, I barely get any vegetables and I'm healthy. I just have to wonder why you're the only one with this info....
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
Intermittent Fasting
This is why a lot of myths will never go away, people will take a youtube video with no scientific backing as gospel. At least the ones who seek the truth about it all will have an easier time of it. It's all quite simple which is why I've made the most progress since I've started. It's simple math. When you eat and what you eat is personal preference, there really is no advantage with any magical foods or meal timing.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
nothing works...
[quote=spacey48]you could eat a diet of highly processed , MSG, hydrogenated fat and sugar ridden crap but if you only ate 1000 calories of it a day you would still LOSE weight! you wouldn't be very healthy but you would be lighter [/quote] Bingo.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
nothing works...
You'll get the same answer from any expert on the subject. The law of thermodynamics is as hard of a law as the law of gravitation. It's fine if you don't want to believe it though. Eat less move more than you're now. That should do it.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
how to remove rice from diet?
Yeah, giving up rice is a no go for me. 1 cup of fried rice is 333 calories. Easy to fit in and so tasty.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
Only become concerned if it has been at least 3 weeks, then adjust calories.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
Intermittent Fasting
[quote=XshapeshiftX][quote=Dia... Yeah, I mean, water costs everywhere. Not sure where it's free, besides the water fountain at stores and the gym.[/quote] So, let me get this straight-you are still giving me all these reasons why water is an industry. Ok. But this originally started with you saying that 64oz. of water was recommended by the beverage industry. Any doctor will tell you 8 8oz. glasses is how much that will keep the average adult hydrated. Most members on here will say that, ANY , nutritionist will. So how do you fight that? To be oppositional, that how. To be dehydrated, that's how. For larger people, they are recommended to drink 1/2 their bodyweight on oz. of water...this comes from my nutritionist-not the beverage industry. Keep fighting.[/quote] Companies make money from water. Bottled water is absolutely huge. You are one of the smart ones that drinks tap, I do as well, but that also costs money or do you not have a water bill? Anyway, keep drinking, all those trips to the restroom will raise your non exercise thermogenesis at least. I mean, it may annoy your co-workers, but whatever, lol.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
Intermittent Fasting
Yeah, I mean, water costs everywhere. Not sure where it's free, besides the water fountain at stores and the gym.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
Intermittent Fasting
[quote=Halo Kiwi]in my country we pay for our water, whether it be out of a bottle, or by turning on a tap[/quote] When I would visit Mexico all water had to be purchased as well. I'm glad the amount we really need has been blown out of proportion. Drink when you're thirsty and get a little extra when perspiring. Easy peasy.
by Diablo360x (submitted 4 months ago)
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