Diet and nutrition

Discussion in 'Health, Fitness, Training and Nutrition' started by nicky, Feb 13, 2013.

Put it out there
  1. saj_21

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    Could be a little of that, but ultimately you still control and are responsible for what you eat.
     
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    still hungry on 3k cals

    don't know how i struggled to get in 3.5k a while back
     
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    pure gum turpentine for killing parasites and candida - used to be in the Merck manual as a cure for everything including cancer. Definitely worth researching as its history is fascinating.

    Here is a youtube on Dr Jennifer Daniels discussing it.

     
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    Eggs - 12 per week. I'd go close to that every week:

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...k/news-story/25d561d2cec6ba376d8bd170b8b43bce

     
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    I still laugh when dietitians recommended egg white omelettes
     
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    Via pager or on their MySpace page?
     
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    28 eggs per week
     
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    dont really eat eggs

    but eat tuna everyday

    and another serving of meat most days
     
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    Once your fat adapted you won’t crave sugary snacks
    I eat 6 most days, eggs has the highest retention rate of all proteins , almost 50; meat is low 30’s and whey is in the teens hence why it’s very overrated.
     
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    Tin Tuna is poor quality protein , they heat it at very high temperatures to make it shelf stable, the high heat ruins the protein n destroys the nutrients.
    Plus it’s geneally caught in polluted parts of the Ocean.
    Wild caught fresh tuna steaks are better.
     
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    6 most days for me, from a 700g carton containing 12
     

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    Didn't know that, wouldn't seem right if the macros they were displaying were incorrect.

    Just the ease & value of it makes me use it over buying fresh steaks.
     
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    Just imagine if I posted this :D

    If you ever use this stuff have a dunny at arms reach ;)
     
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    anyone else tried halo top ice cream?
     
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    Prefer FroPro, no added sugar and the sweeteners are more tolerable by my stomach.
     
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    I have it’s a little chalky, but does the job if you are trying to cut back calories
     
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    The macros are estimated before cooking n canned, they be a lot different if done afterwards.
     
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    Peanut butter cup a real highlight
     
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    It can’t be bad if it has peanut butter in it
     
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    We're still talking about eggs? :thumbsu:

    It's completely changed the way I viewed animal documentaries, no wonder some animals would go for them over eating the animals itself.

    I slowed down since I brought it up, because you do get bored with them. But otherwise it 28-32 per week.

    I was never much of a cheese eater as well. But I've come up with the idea of a margherita toasted cheese sandwich. tomato paste or pizza sauce, oregano and 3 slices of swiss cheese, with Burgen bread. It's 25-30g of protein and carbs each. It's one of my best ever ideas!
     
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    Back in this thread.

    Trying a daily calorie limit of 1200 per day. Mainly because I need to lose 40 kegs, but mainly because i want to work on my discipline.

    Working hard, toughing through hard times and saying no to the easy way. No half measures, and this is something i have never done. Everything else has failed, so why can't this work :)
     
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    What else have you tried?

    Calorie counting isnt the best way to lose weight but if you are going to do this eat more than 1200 calories one day a week to stop your metabolism from slowing down.

    Have you tried eating low carb or intermittent fasting?
     
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    I have tried it all.

    That's why i am going extreme, and seeing how long i can do it for.

    Keto is my favourite but i feel like i am dying in the stomach with it, and keto shits in public dont help either.