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Old 06-20-2007, 08:59 AM   #11
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well,thats what im trying to decide on..keeping the numbers pretty much the same or lowering the carbs upping the fat...
Well I would do something similar to the Zone diet on off days, i.e., 30-40% pro, 30-40% carbs, 30% fat.

Just remember everybody is different and you might have to mess with the numbers to see where you are at and if you are gaining too much fat. So you might want to mess with the protein and carb numbers. Also, don't get rapped up in the number game too much and if your body responds better outside the numbers then do it.

As for good other foods, Try to eat nuts and avocados they are the best for fat and fiber and all kinds of veggies. I personally love zucchini dipped in eggs or egg whites and breaded with whole wheat crumbs or crushed up corn flakes. Protein can be anything.

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