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MB1306

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Posted: 16 Jan 2013, 04:23
Hi All,

I just want to get some constructive feedback on my diet. I have started from the 7/01/13 and been deligent on tracking what i have been eating. On a 12 week program and want to maximise my fat loss. Please check over my diet and see if i can replace anything.

Thanks
eKatherine

Joined: Aug 12
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Posted: 16 Jan 2013, 07:13
You're eating an enormous amount of protein, and hardly any fat. Is that something you feel you can sustain? I know I couldn't.
Paronical

Joined: Jan 13
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Posted: 16 Jan 2013, 07:29
I would cut back on the fat. Some days I only get 8g of fat just buy eating a lot of uncooked foods.
Start weight 20/04/2013 = 240kg Goal weight 120kg (total loss 120kg)

It won't happen over night, but if you don't give up it WILL happen.
eKatherine

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Posted: 16 Jan 2013, 07:47
Paronical wrote:
I would cut back on the fat. Some days I only get 8g of fat just buy eating a lot of uncooked foods.


The human body needs fat to function properly. Fat is more satisfying than carbs. M81306 is already eating an extremely low fat diet. There is no virtue or particular health benefit in eating a fat free diet.



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