paubut
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149.0 lb
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My name is Paul. About 10 years ago, I was diagnosed with cardiovascular disease, so I got a serious motivation to change my lifestyle. During the last years I have been able to gradually normalize my body weight and eliminate central/abdominal obesity. It's time to learn how to maintain weight loss. I want to believe that the plant based time-restricted eating as well as high-intensity interval training would be the proper tools for this purpose.

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I am partially admired by those who have the patience to carry out their diet analysis, count calories and so on. I can not do this...

I choose products for one week on a plant-based basis (e.g. according Dr. J. Fuhrman's "Eeat to Live" ). The top-notch products are G-BOMBS (Greens, Beans, Onions, Mushrooms, Berries, and Seeds). My diet also includes at least 100 g (about 1.5 g/kg) high-protein, low cholesterol foods, like a fermented soy beans (natto), egg whites and low-fat dairy (including whey protein concentrates), - and unsaturated fats about 30-40 grams per day, especially omega-3 fish, flaxseeds etc. So twice - at the morning until 10 AM, and around 16 PM (2 meals a day) - I can eat as much as I want without calorie counting.

After the early dinner at 4 pm, I have lot of time for a small walking, bike ride or (winter) skiing. Then at late evening around 19 -20 PM I like to watch my favorite TV (or listening Jazz) and drink a cup of hibiscus tea...

I think that body weight also does not have to be particularly strenuous to keep it as low as possible. After 50th we are increasingly losing muscle mass - should be to try maintain at the previous level. But if we lose weight (fat mass) with calorie restriction, we unfortunately lose muscle mass too...

I think that after 50th it would be a great idea to try:

1. Keep your waist circumference to less than half your height;
2. Maintain the body weight/muscle mass (with diet and progressive resistance training) as high as possible - if the first condition is met.
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