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Old 09-14-2005, 07:56 PM
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Hey guys I often use these forums to get info and help me lose weight and stay in shape. I have dropped about 30 pounds in the last year and now am seeing my results taper off. I think my workout routine is great and I plan to stick to it but I still probably could eat better to lower my bodyfat. Can you all just start listing your favorite meals and/or snacks that are good for someone on a fatloss diet. Right now I try to eat a lot of fish, tuna, chicken, and turkey but sometimes I get bored and carb based foods like nonfat yogurt, low fat granola bars, low fat pop tarts, and bagels(without cream cheese). Also I eat one bowl of cereal currently for breakfast and I try not to buy anything crazy, usually sticking to honey nut cherios or raison bran. As far as drinks go I hear its best to stay away from diet soda because of the sodium so for the most part I drink water or skim milk and occasionally diet soda but never any reg soda. I was just wandering if you all could list other foods/meals and drinks that would be good for someone to eat to help lower their bodyfat. Also I was wandering if fruit is good for this type of diet because I have read mixed articles on weather the amount of sugar in fruit makes it bad to eat for people trying to lose weight? Thanks for all the tips so far.
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Old 09-15-2005, 03:18 AM
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For breakfast you could eat eggs instead of cereal. Did you mention in another thread what cardio you do or any weightlifting?
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ok, any food that says low fat on it is probably not what you want to eat. I am refering to the granola bars and pop tarts--sugar, they are sugar.

whole grains with protein and you need efa's

at least 6 meals a day

your cereal selections sux as well try kashi go lean or better yet, oatmeal

are you getting a pwo shake as well
do you even count your calories?

no soda, think water
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ok, any food that says low fat on it is probably not what you want to eat. I am refering to the granola bars and pop tarts--sugar, they are sugar.

whole grains with protein and you need efa's

at least 6 meals a day

your cereal selections sux as well try kashi go lean or better yet, oatmeal

are you getting a pwo shake as well
do you even count your calories?

no soda, think water
First and foremost congrats on your success thus far, keep it up.
in addition to what Dr.X had said, timing and the macro combinations will also play a role. EFA's will be a valuable tool in body recomposition
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