Stubborn Belly Fat

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vickileary

Joined: Jul 13
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Posted: 04 Jul 2013, 13:36
Eat no processed foods.The only oils to use is Olive oil with low temperatures and Coconut oil with high temperatures
Consume only Organic food.NO egg whites.Yokes are Gold.For the first 3 weeks only eat 1 ingredient food,eat lots of combinations of fruits and veggies and don't forget about nuts and seeds. RAW is the way to go.No Roasted nuts. No table salt.Use Sea Salt only.Organic chicken.4-5oz.breast after the 3weeks. All of the rest is @ Fat Loss Factor.com
Vicki Leary
JustADreamer

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Posted: 04 Jul 2013, 22:44
Wow... Only yolks? Are you serious? Yes, eat as much fat and cholesterol as you want... Are you trying to promote heart attacks?
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seekingbuddh...

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Posted: 04 Jul 2013, 23:29
vickileary needs to read up on nutrition. You got the eggs reversed. Yokes are bad and whites are good.
Limogi

Joined: Jun 13
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Posted: 05 Jul 2013, 00:54
The Benefits of Eggs

Eggs are nutritionally dense and a very good addition to any diet. They contain selenium, choline, vitamin B12, riboflavin and iron, as well as many other nutrients. Eggs also contain antioxidants that can help to fight cancer as well as the signs of aging. Chickens that are raised in a natural environment and fed a diet that is less concerned with the shelf life of eggs and more concerned with the health of the chicken, tend to provide eggs with a higher nutritional value. Try to buy eggs that are verified cage free, or free range.
The protein in egg whites is very easily utilized by the body, and is considered one of the best forms of natural protein available. It is often used by body builders or athletes as a source of protein, as it provides a high ratio of protein to calories with very little to no fat.
While eggs are not free of cholesterol, eating them does not raise cholesterol levels or increase the chances of heart disease. Eggs are a good addition to a healthy diet and can provide many benefits to those who eat them.
Spacey47

Joined: Apr 12
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Posted: 05 Jul 2013, 01:11
i cant believe that people still think that eggs are bad for you
possibly the one of the best food sources there is.



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