Eat Anything!


Simple: What you put in is what you get out. Eat nothing but high fat food? Your body will be filled with fat. Weight training and proper nutrition are key.

(goffmt's food tips)

 Foods you can have

Breads, Grains, Cereals, Pasta, Rice
Meat and Fish
Fruit and Fruit Juices
Vegetables and Legumes (e.g. Beans)
Dairy Products - Milk, Cheese, etc
Eggs and Egg Substitutes
Nuts and Seeds
Fats and Oils
Herbs, Spices, Sauces
Others, Snacks, Sweets, etc

Not OK

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 How To Follow Eat Anything!:

For all purposes this could be called the "Healthy Choice Frozen Dinner Diet"; because that's what I've been eating nightly lately.

Current meal plan:
Breakfast: 1 hard boiled egg or bagel w/ light cream cheese, some light (reduced sugar) juice
Lunch: Protein shake
Dinner: Frozen! Or something sensible -- veggies, rice, chicken, whatever really! Just no tub of lard!

I aim for between 1200-1500 cal/day depending on my exercise level that day. This is for losing weight. Once a goal weight is achieved 1800-2000 should help to maintain while continuing exercise. Gaining some weight is OK! If you are weight training it will probably be denser muscle replacing less dense fat, which is the ultimate goal!
  by member goffmt
member since: 22 Feb 09

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Recent Recipes

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Turkey Enchilada Casserole
Sensational layered tortillas and ground turkey with enchilada sauce and reduced fat cheese.
cals: 301kcal | fat: 10.26g | carbs: 23.87g | prot: 26.33g
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Black Beans & Corn Salsa Salad
Different take on a taco salad with lean beef, black beans, cheese and salsa.
cals: 362kcal | fat: 5.06g | carbs: 63.33g | prot: 19.50g
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Cheesy Beef Bake
A quick toss-together and bake meal that's great for hungry families.
cals: 304kcal | fat: 12.43g | carbs: 6.55g | prot: 40.16g
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goffmt's top tips

1.Eat lighter during more sedentary parts of the day; heavier after activities. Lunch + snacks is typically my largest meal, because that's when I lift, while dinner is fairly light (only going to bed after).
2.Carbs are NOT evil! Your body NEEDS carbs as the most efficient form of fuel.
3.Fat is NOT evil! Your body NEEDS fat; just maybe not as much as most of us give it ;)
4.Water is great! Feeling hungry? Try drinking some water. I aim for (but don't always meet) a goal of 1/2 gal per day. On more active days 1 gal per day. Try to avoid caffeine if possible, you'll feel better in the long run.
5.Stay motivated! Would you rather savor a Snickers for 2 minutes or look better, feel better, and have more energy?
6.Read nutrition labels! ALL OF THEM! Know what you're about to put in your body!

About / History

I'm a big guy, and I like to lift weights. This diet is geared towards cutting fat and growing or retaining lean muscle.

I've followed these principles in the past with great success (lost 50 lbs) but life took charge weight and fitness were the least of my priorities, so I gained back.

  Why choose "Eat Anything!"?
 Promotes long term weight loss
 Promotes rapid weight loss
 Maintain your goal weight

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