Joined April 2012
Weight History

Start Weight
172.0 lb
Lost so far: 8.4 lb

Current Weight
180.3 lb
Performance: losing 0.1 lb a week

Goal Weight
174.2 lb
Still to go: 6.2 lb
I'm a '86er and 175cm high. I need to log my meals every day so I can make sure to get enough nutrient to improve my muscle mass. Sometime I'm on a diat to get rid of the gained bodyfat.

Notice one important thing! A diet is useless without a gernell improvment of your normal feeding. Thats why everbody is dieting over and over again... living a life like a jojo

I'm not the guy who starts something without a good basic knowledge. So I read alot of articles and stuff like that for months.

Sometimes I'm a little bit shocked how other people, knewing nothing about proper diating, eat and believe that what they are doing is coreect. Later they are wondering why the dont lose fat anymore, why they feel sick and why the fat comes back so fast.

sep 2009: 68kg (150 lb)
sep 2011: 82kg (180 lb)

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glaenzchen's Cookbook

cals: 135kcal | fat: 8.17g | carbs: 12.61g | prot: 4.36g
All Natural Breakfast Bars
Breakfast bars made of natural ingredients for health minded people on the go.
cals: 257kcal | fat: 10.74g | carbs: 2.76g | prot: 36.06g
Tuna Bites
Delicious small tuna cakes packed with flavor and good nutrients, that are very low carb.
cals: 238kcal | fat: 9.30g | carbs: 9.75g | prot: 29.23g
Stuffed Chicken Parmesan
Italian food has never been so good on your waistline.
cals: 315kcal | fat: 12.59g | carbs: 5.46g | prot: 42.75g
Barramundi with Olives, Tomatoes & Garlic
Delicious grilled fish recipe from Australia.
cals: 429kcal | fat: 7.49g | carbs: 5.14g | prot: 80.45g
Wasabi Sesame Tuna
If you like the flavor of wasabi, you will like this tuna recipe.
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HCG Diet
an additional advise: if you eat healthy, youll normaly dont need to diet anymore. or try to life the 90% rule. 9/10 meals need to be clean, 1/10 can be something different like junkfood. a diet is just a temporary restriction. without a change of your normal feeding youll get fat again after the diet for sure! youll only waste time! it has a reason why you became fat...
why nobody in the coloured magazins tells you that? the are living from this over and over failour of the people and earn millions Wink

your decition Wink playing jojo for the rest off your life or reachbyour target.
posted 03 Jun 2012, 01:36
HCG Diet
grglblch wrote:
"Set a realistic RDI and focus on NUTRITION instead of "dieting". Get educated about what your body needs or you will end up with a weight problem all of your adult life."

Man that is SPOT ON advice. Weight loss and being healthy are about learning what your body needs, and giving it that, both in portion and in substance. Drops, pills, fad diets, will all just lead to fad weight loss.

Real sustainable weight loss is about making it a healthy lifestyle. That starts with whole foods, lean meat, fresh vegetables, leafy greens, and proper exercise at least 5 days per week (Yes 5 days per week). Healthy weight loss is created with a 500 calorie per day deficit over what you need. This site can give you a rough estimate of the calories your body needs to be at your target weight..that's a good place to start.

finaly someone knows how to diet propertly!
like you i cant understand why people have such less knowledge about healthy food and the advandtages of sports, it is totaly understandable why theyll never get the body they want to have. never!
posted 03 Jun 2012, 01:27
Changed over to the Keto Diet
fatoldlady wrote:
Oh the great low carb versus low cal debate again.

there is no debat necessary! cuz you cant compare them.
Its like saying: "At night its colder than outside."

To lose Fat it is necessary to get a caldeficit. That makes you burn fat.

To get this deficit you can go low carb or low fat.

Who dont know that shoudnt be diating at all. Cuz even if you lose fat,anyhow that will be possible o.O, it will come back again, for sure
posted 09 May 2012, 03:29
Changed over to the Keto Diet
paperiniko wrote:
rapid initial weight loss with low carbs diets is not exceptional and is due mainly to water loss not fat loss, since you are depleting the glycogen reserves in your muscles and loosing all the water associated with it, of course as soon as you resume a normal diet that water will come back.
Fat loss will happen if you keep a consistent deficit no matter whether you eat low carbs or low proteins. Personally I tend to think a balanced diet is healthier but to each his own , if the low carbs works better for you long term than that is definetly a better option than staying overweight, good luck.

yes but the water loss is just about 2-4 Pound. Than you ll lose fat like in every normal diet.

low protein? whats that bulls##t for? nothin is more important than protein why the hell should you turn them down.

low carbs! has the major advance that your insulin doesnt explode so the fatcells arnt blocked an can be used to produce energy (which makes you losing fat).
above all carbs make you hungry after your insulin got down.
The same amount of kcal from fat will you make less hungry than the amount form carbs. Try it!
posted 09 May 2012, 03:24
Changed over to the Keto Diet
Hey, wish you good luke with your keto! Im on it right now too. For me the biggest deal with the Keto is the problem eating out of home. But I managed it with meatbals & suggarfree muffins. So I can stay to the plan. Do you feel it whene you fall back into the keto after a loading day? This is my second Keto and I thought I made a mistake cuz I never fellt something. I was just a little bit messed up and a lilbit tetchy.But I droped every week a Kilo.

Im a bit jalous that your not missing the carbs. Im always counting the days until the next reload day. It is realy hard for me to stay clear during the week and realy hard to have a "clean" reload. So I think youll see great results. Dont be upset if your weight goes up after the refeed. Youll lose the water in a few days. But you maight allready know this.

Go 4 it Smile *thumb up*
posted 05 May 2012, 17:03
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