Extreme Fat Smash

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raquetballka...

Joined: Feb 09
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Posted: 21 Feb 2009, 10:05
I started Feb 9th and weighed 163. Today is day 13 and i weigh 155. I have cheated a little. I have had too many wheat thins a few times. I have not done 60 mins of exercise every day I should. I am following it pretty well though. I never knew I liked vegi burgers. I love them now. I am looking at all the healthy and diet foods in the store now. I love all the diet dressing sprays they have now.I also love sweet potatoes. These are things I would normally never try. I think this is the healthiest diet I have ever been on. It's changing the way I think and eat. Love it!!
Gods child

Joined: Jan 08
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Posted: 21 Feb 2009, 10:20
question for you, i have the fat smash book everyday i tell myself i will start the diet but its so hard for me to let go on bread,is the extreme better? what u think..
clt

Joined: May 07
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Posted: 21 Feb 2009, 16:02
you are doing wonderful. quick q. Have you ever eaten the baked sweet potato fries? I know we can eat sweet potato, but not sure about the fries?
tkandag

Joined: Jan 09
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Posted: 24 Feb 2009, 12:01
I'm not doing extreme fat smash but following the regular one. I find that I do eat similar to the extreme but I don't like egg whites, I need the yolk in there too. Anyway, I agree with you 100%. I cheat too but I find that I grab a piece of fruit for a snack and I feel so much better about myself that I crave fruit now. This is a GREAT diet except I think the calorie intake is low for most people. I am a HUGE pasta, bread person and the reason this diet works is that you can eat carbs which makes you feel satisfied like you had a piece of bread. I eat oatmeal everyday (either the old fashioned kind or steel cut (I prefer steel cut). I add milk, water, cinn, nutmeg and 2 splenda packs. And, I eat sweet potato fries just about every other night with another vegetable. I microwave it 1st about 6-7 minutes. Let cool for a little bit, then slice them in thick pieces, put in non-stick pan (I love mine in my pampered chef stoneware), put like 1-2 tsp of light olive oil and I sprinkle mine with cinn, nutmeg & paprika. Bake at 400 for about 15 minutes.



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