A change for the better.

previous topic · next topic

Joined: Dec 06
Posts: 1

Posted: 16 Dec 2006, 20:20
Hi!!! My name is Britney and I will be staring my transformation on the 20th of december. I hope this will leave me with enough time to prepare myself. I am nervous that this diet, like many others i have tried, will fail. I guess it is worth a try. I am a new member so plz add me! I could use some feedback from anyone doing this diet and some suggestions as well thank you in advance and good luck to everyone!!!

* Brit*: Smile

Joined: Oct 06
Posts: 14

Posted: 17 Dec 2006, 07:19
Hi Britney, I started the Rice Diet on 5/30 and I am a slow loser because of lack of exercise but have lost 43 pounds. When you take away the salt in your food you elimanate the cravings and hunger. I like it because I can eat whole wheat pasta,with homemade tomato sauce, veggie burgers, whole wheat bread and beans, rice, vegetables, and fruit. I pick what keeps me the fullest like an apple over 2TB of raisins. I had to experminent when I started to find out what food worked for me, sometime a banana would make me hungrey and hour later but grapes would last for 2-3 hours. Let me know if you have questions.

Joined: Jan 07
Posts: 56

Posted: 03 Jan 2007, 10:37
Hello all,

I'm brand new here and will start the SB Diet this week or next..I'm very excited and willing to follow this diet until results are seen. (and felt)
Lisa/BEM Smile
"If your troubled send your mind out on vacation"

Forum Search
Advanced forum search

Latest Posts

Here I Go Again
Yes definitely low and steady does it. That will also help you keep it off. Good luck and all the best.
by Keemsai on 22 Mar 18 06:49 AM
I stepped on the scale on February 23 & weighed in @ 285 Lbs. I had a wrecked shoulder repaired back last of October & basically was confined to home rest, not even driving for 4 months. Came ...
by Yafg on 16 Mar 18 10:11 PM
Just signed up
My experience is that switching to a diet higher in protein and fat, along with eliminating processed food, caused my blood work numbers to improve. All meat is loaded with protein, as well as eggs. If ...
by HardDaysKnight on 14 Mar 18 09:28 PM
Just signed up
Hello --- just signed up. A great journey lies ahead!! :)
by HardDaysKnight on 14 Mar 18 03:05 PM
good luck you can do it !!
by Soulinchains on 14 Mar 18 10:56 AM

Member Tip

average member ranking
by member wanda
Eat Your Beans New findings from the landmark Nurses' health Study suggest that simply eating two servings of beans, lentils, garbanzos or any other tasty legume each week can cut a woman's ...
16 Oct 06 for diet Rice Diet Solution