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fatty piggy

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Posted: 11 Jul 2013, 14:01
Who knows what diet tips work for this mess. I am gaining wait almost every day and eating the same food items. I hear 90 grams of protein per day. Is this true and what other diet suggestions do you have ? Confused and fat
mrspackrat

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Posted: 11 Jul 2013, 14:24
I looked at your food diary--chocolate cake, chips, cheese, soda, pizza?? Some would tell you that you can eat this but just less of it but you'll starve or you won't maintain it very long. Start switching up your empty calorie foods with really nutrient-rich foods--get a protein and fat at every meal (a good quality protein and a good fat--seeds, nuts, olives, coconut oil, avocado). Eat lots of fresh veggies and some fruits and berries. Carbs should be high in fiber, whole grain and I limit mine to 2-3 servings a day if that. Get rid of the processed stuff. That's where I'd start.
mummydee

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Posted: 12 Jul 2013, 05:49
I completely agree with mrspackrat. Your food choices leave alot to be desired. Once you lose the processed foods and add in the nutrient rich foods you will feel so much better. Sugar cravings will go away and fruit will taste much sweeter.
Eat healthy and weight loss will follow.
If it is a plant, eat it, if it comes from a plant, don't!



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