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by Diablo360x (submitted 9 minutes ago)
How does the 5:2 diet works?
You will weigh less upon waking following a fast. There is nothing special about it besides the fact that it may help you create a calorie deficit if you can stick to it. Give it a try and see if you like it.
by Diablo360x (submitted 9 minutes ago)
How Often Do you weigh yourself?
Cool story bro.
by Diablo360x (submitted 8 hours ago)
GYM?!?!?!?!?!?!
[quote=JKLUV7]@gam3... if you are looking to lose weight, there is NOTHING at the gym which will do that for you. The gym, however, is an EXCELLENT place to build your muscles, your heart, your lungs... and your self esteem. Follow the advice of Jonathan Bailor and Dr Bernstein... do weight training to build the muscles to help burn the calories. Get and stay on a LCHF lifestyle and STICK to it 100%. The diet, or new lifestyle, is what is going to get you losing weight. N'joi on your voyage and new travels[/quote] Wait, you must expend more calories than you consume to lose weight, you expend additional calories when you workout yet the gym will do NOTHING. OK. Also, low carb is unnecessary and will only provide an advantage if a person can adhere to a calorie deficit more consistently with that plan.
by Diablo360x (submitted 9 hours ago)
Do you?
Expectations high. There is no hoping when counting calories and lifting weights.
by Diablo360x (submitted 3 days ago)
How do you log your steps per day? Over goal or all for exercise?
I just use googlefit. It tracks steps, miles and the time it took. Easy to log.
by Diablo360x (submitted a week ago)
A bit frustrated
People see me as an a hole I guess. Maybe if I were still in my 20's I'd sugarcoat everything. Not trying to offend anyone, just trying to help people with their goals. Finding out all of this updated info was a burden off my shoulders.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
A bit frustrated
http://www.reddit.com/r/Fitnes... Great resource.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
A bit frustrated
[quote=beasty1][quote=Diablo36... I don't need nutritional expertise. All I need is the time to read those studies I linked above. I think our metabolisms vary. Our expenditure varies depending on lifestyle. We all can vary when it comes to our TDEE. You can find yours here http://iifym.com/tdee-calculat... Now simply create a deficit and lose weight. Or you can believe certain foods, which are simply macronutrients to your body, are special and make you magically gain fat. [/quote] The way you preach on here to people, you better have a PHd in something health related or understand that your opinion is not expert opinion even though you clearly think it is.[/quote] Do you believe the earth is round? Why? How did you figure it out on your own? The combined knowledge on bodybuilding.com where people with all the degrees share their knowledge is all I need. Plus the experimenting I did on myself was what truly opened my eyes to the facts.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
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[quote=wholefoodnut]Unfortunat... diet and nutrition have opposing camps. Some will "experts" interpret the data and twist to fit their own agenda. They also pick and choose the research that is also sometimes conflicting to back up their own agenda as well. The "experts" don't agree so it creates a huge difference in opinions. Just saying, take my thoughts or leave them. "Diet" plans make huge dollars for those pushing them. [/quote] That is why I seek out data backed by science. These guys I follow say you can eat anything. More reason to believe them IMO. They are not selling me their brand of protein, etc. I've tried Atkins and several other diets. The fact that eating treats on a daily basis is giving me the same results with much less of the daily struggle of resisting certain foods is the reason I know it all to be true. Some people can avoid these foods and not struggle to lose weight and that is fine, I say, keep it up! I am not one of those people. My problem comes when people spread misinformation. There are many roads to the same place. In the end the determining factor is if you were in a calorie maintenance, surplus or deficit. The percentage of calories coming from protein can have an affect on how much lean mass you retain. Macro ranges will make a difference. They matter. However, what matters most is the balance of energy.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
A bit frustrated
[quote=HCB]I agree with you this is not what the FS community is about - that is my exact point! Where is the supportive comments and open-minded ideas when someone disagrees with our poster? I am sorry to again comment @ Carol - but that tells me you might feel it is acceptable for others to be made fun of because of their beliefs and chosen weight loss methods. We all should be able to post our ideas without ridicule - but if I first am attacked, I will respond. I was made fun of because of my earlier post about Gary Taubes and his book - and several other people also were told they were just wrong about their ideas. This is what I commented on - about how patronizing and unwillingness to listen to other viewpoints in not helpful. I am not challenging his beliefs or ideas - it is the way it is done that bothers me. [/quote] Still not seeing where anyone attacked you. People wanting advice on weight loss should be given scientific fact, not simply anecdotes and beliefs. This is not religion we are arguing.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
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[quote=HCB][i]Diablo 360x says: There we go with the insults again. Thanks HCB! And the reason I post here is to help the misinformed. ____________[/i]______________... I am not insulting you, and never have insulted anyone here. I have responded to your insults of me. Everyone can easily go back and read this thread. You first insulted me - and I replied. Simple. In my last post, I simply asked you if everyone is so "Misinformed", why do you bother? And your last reply reinforces my previous diagnosis. Again, you have your beliefs and other people have theirs. Because you are patronizing and insisting you are better informed by saying you are helping the "Misinformed", you are a Narcissist. You prove it with your own behavior. [i]Narcissistic Personality Disorder Definition Narcissistic Personality Disorder is characterized by behavior or a fantasy of grandiosity, a lack of empathy and a need to be admired by others. Narcissistic personality has a pathological unrealistic or inflated sense of self-importance, has an inability to see the viewpoints of others, and is hypersensitive to the opinions of others.[/i] [/quote] Providing scientific facts is not imposing my opinion on anyone. Have a nice day.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
A bit frustrated
[quote=wholefoodnut]Ok, so it is you You might think about eliminating processed foods and all the chemicals that go with it. You might be surprised at how you feel and the weight you lose. No nutrition expert or sites to quote. Whole natural food is simply good for the body. [/quote] No thanks. I've tried that and feel no different than now. What DOES make me feel better is eating calories that are closer to what my body needs to be healthier. Avoiding foods I love will only bring me to binge which does make me feel worse.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
A bit frustrated
Aragorn is the character. Alan Aragon is a nutrition expert. Google him if you'de like. That was me at 178lbs. I am currently 189. Trying to get that form back.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
A bit frustrated
[quote=wholefoodnut]I don't buy into any of the media hype, ads etc, diets plans, none of it. Whole natural nutrient dense foods is what I stick with, that is just me, no arguments with other's choices. I rarely stop for fast food unless I do not have another choice and I can feel my glucose level tanking and I'll be in trouble if I do not eat. I do not do lots of small meals, it doesn't work for me, it may work for others. No meal replacement anything. Fruits, veggies, whole grains, legumes, and a bit of animal proteins. LOL [/quote] Very nice. That is your personal preference and it helps you adhere to your calorie goals. Thumbs up.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
A bit frustrated
What are the benefits he speaks of? I'm sure it is individual. Some people may do better if sticking to low carb helps them adhere to a calorie deficit. Makes them more satsified, etc. Even if Aragon is not speaking of physical activity groups, he is in no way saying it has any benefits for fat loss. Again, it comes down to someone personal preference in adhering to a deficit. Besides, he was debunking low carb absolutists, lol! I am losing, 24 lbs. since May 15th to be exact.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
A bit frustrated
He meant we require different percent of carbs depending on our lifestyles. Someone training for a marathon for example would do better with 50% carb intake. That quote in no way said that carbs need to be reduced in order to speed fat loss. As far as anecdotes go, again, I'd go with Alan and Lyle as they have coached 1000's of individuals together. There is one constant, CICO works.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
A bit frustrated
[quote=wholefoodnut]Diablo, I have no idea what your actual plan is. I eat whole foods and amazing bold flavors because I cook that way. I do not believe that junk food is good for anyone. I think everyone has a plan that works for them. Empty calories are useless and cause people to gain weight. Big business pushes those empty calories. [/quote] Empty calories are just calories at the end of the day though. Your diet should not be mostly comprised of them because they don't provide nutrients, but they are not special. The health industry also have their own agenda. For example pushing several small meals. This sells meal replacement shakes/bars.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
A bit frustrated
No plan. I wing it and count calories. I try to get vitamins and fiber and if I am driving to work and want some fast food, I get some. Flexible dieting.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
A bit frustrated
There we go with the insults again. Thanks HCB! And the reason I post here is to help the misinformed. Trust me, I used to believe all the lies, then I experimented with "evil" foods myself and saw the same results that I used to get with Chicken and broccoli, etc. From the age of 18-28, I struggled to reach my goals of a lean physique. I followed all the "best" diets. In the end I just did not have the willpower to stick to bland foods and sticking to certain meal timing, 5-6 meals a day, no carbs before bed etc. Now that I know it doesn't matter, I am much happier and losing fat is so much easier.
by Diablo360x (submitted 2 weeks ago)
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