Start Weight:(04 Nov 13) 133.0 lb
Current Weight:(28 Jul 14) 134.8 lb
Goal Weight:140.0 lb
following: corifeo's own diet
performance: losing 1.4 lb a week

Just trying to stay fit.

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fed up tonight :-(
Just get back on the rail and keep going…
Rome was not built in a day.
posted 19 Jul 2014, 17:50
Maybe you need to try something different how about losing it slowly this time, changing some habits that you have and learn some new ones.
Find a diet you like that you can stay with the rest of your life.

Wish you the best.

posted 18 Jul 2014, 11:03
MV10 wrote:

Careful with those absolutes.

I've lost 56 pounds since last year, all while eating more each day than I ever used to, and I never feel hungry.

No hunger. Controlled steady weight loss. I cut way back on carbs (typically 20-30g/day), greatly increased fat, slightly increased protein (95g/day), started taking a multivitamin, and started taking a combo omega-3/6/9 supplement.

You do not need to eat carbs, period. There is no medical condition associated with insufficient dietary carbs.

Do your own research, don't take my word or corifeo's -- this is the Internet, after all. Everybody's an expert. Rolling Eyes

I have no doubt that you can you enlighten me and show me a starvation study that shows that people felt satisfied when on a deficit.

Or even better show me a study where someone was losing weight when eating more calories via fat.

How about you take your own advice and stop repeating propaganda that you just read somewhere without ever asking yourself if it was true.

With respect to the intake side of the equation, it has been proposed that carbohydrate is central to the regulation of appetite and satiety.

Experiments measuring food intake after covert preloads generally show that fat is less satiating than carbohydrate, particularly in subjects with a tendency to obesity.

Specifically dietary fat is associated with passive over-consumption as a consequence of its relatively high energy density and weak effects on both satiation and satiety. Moreover dietary fat does not stimulate its own oxidation and its submissive position in the oxidative hierarchy ensures its preferential storage over and above carbohydrate, thus minimizing the potential for oxidative feedback signals.

Physiological Regulation of Macronutrient Balance
posted 17 Jul 2014, 11:00
You can’t lose weight and feel satisfied sorry that’s just propaganda that the diet industry has promulgated, no-one feeling thirsty would consider that a pleasant experience, the same with someone felling sleep deprive.

There are foods that will make it a little easier, but your feeling of hunger will be more dependent on other factors.

In this order, how big your deficit is, how long have you been on your deficit and last nutrients your body needs.

What diet you pick is really up to you and your lifestyle.

You need all three proteins, fat and carbohydrate.

In order of satiety = protein, carbohydrate and last comes fat.

In order of nutrients = Both Protein and Fat are about the same and last come carbohydrate.

But like I was saying, that’s not as important as your deficit.
posted 16 Jul 2014, 10:02
Is Obesity a Disease? NPR
Really no scientific basis to back it up… The level of dishonesty in that statement.

Don’t worry about find a scientific studys mummydee… I have no doubt that using anecdotal evidence is all you need.

For example sugar intake was observed to be modestly high, a trait comparable to that of the populations in Colombia, Cuba and Venezuela who have traditionally had among the highest rates of per capita sugar consumption in the world and low rates of coronary heart disease mortality.

It has been documented that diabetes and heart attacks were all but entirely absent in the traditional living Bedouins

include the Arab Bedouins and Yemenite Jews, both of which traditionally consumed on average more than 500 grams of bread per day. These populations are known for their exceptionally low rates of coronary heart disease and obesity when following their traditional wheat based diet.

Am not against low carb diet or for a high card diet. I really just don’t like dishonesty and propaganda.

posted 12 Jul 2014, 14:16
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