ieGod

Start Weight:(11 May 10) 170.0 lb
Current Weight:(20 Aug 15) 156.0 lb
Goal Weight:155.0 lb
following: ieGod's own diet
performance: losing 0.7 lb a week

Living a healthy lifestyle and focusing on aesthetic goals. Currently doing cut/bulk cycles and loving the progress. Summer abs + winter gains holding strong.

FatSecret member since: 11 May 10

ieGod's Weight History


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Yolanda9179
on diet I Work out!
last weighin: gaining 0.3 lb a week Up
 
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Panigale1199
last weighin: losing 0.8 lb a week Down
 
SunnieDillard
last weighin: gaining 0.2 lb a week Up



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spot the bad food
I would add way more protein, it's far more satiating, and drop some carbs. Going to back meli in that I think the rice is a good candidate for substitution here. I'd add in more chicken (I love the stuff) or mix it up with different kinds of fish. Salmon, trout, tilapia, etc.
posted 03 May 2016, 19:34
Drastic Measures
A slow increase is a good way to acclimatize your body, yes, but you have to realize that you didn't do the reverse when attempting to hit your goal weight.

Which means you're going to quickly rebound, because that "weight" you think you lost isn't fat, and your body will quickly reabsorb its lost liquids and bring you back to reality in terms of your actual weight.
posted 29 Apr 2016, 14:00
Food labeling won't ever be accurate.


Seriously some of you needlessly complicate things.
posted 25 Apr 2016, 09:53
Body designed to store fat rather than burn it for some
Nice graph rabbit! Lyle McDonald has an article about how we get fat and he breaks down the nature of how our bodies store fat on caloric surplus. The issue is exactly a surplus.

It's an awesome read: http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/fat-loss/how-we-get-fat.html/

But the main takeaways are that in a caloric surplus:

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· Excess dietary fat is directly stored as fat

· Excess dietary carbs increases carb oxidation, impairing fat oxidation; more of your daily fat intake is stored as fat

· Excess dietary protein increases protein oxidation, impairing fat oxidation; more of your daily fat intake is stored as fat

Got it? All three situations make you fat, just through different mechanisms. Fat is directly stored and carbs and protein cause you to store the fat you’re eating by decreasing fat oxidation.
posted 21 Apr 2016, 14:33
Body designed to store fat rather than burn it for some
I love it when bunk information gets called out. This site is getting better with the amount of informed users who rely on actual and sufficiently backed scientific evidence, and not some sham video sources off of fox news of all places.

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Ummm, the researcher is skinnier than you


This can't honestly be an actual rebuttal. Are you serious right now?

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I'm not going to post a boat load of research and site a bunch of websites.


You really should, so that we can evaluate the evidence presented. You're making the claim, you need to back it up.
posted 20 Apr 2016, 08:57
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07 August 2015

Pizza Hut buffet cheat day. Life is grand.
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17 July 2015

5k calories yesterday. Badass. I haven't had a cheat day that epic in a while. It's all good, today that's going to fuel a new deadlift PR of 4+ plates. ...
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