I see you are well behind the times if you believe that. I lost 25 kg in less that 20 weeks. I have not gained anything back nor lost any additional weight in the past 100 days (today) since finishing my diet. I now weight what I did when I was ROD'd in 1968 (40 years ago) and my health has actually improved in quantum leaps. I now no longer take my 2 HBP medications to keep my HBP at border line high. Instead it is now an unmedicated 110/70. My cholestorol is now normal so no longer taking lipostatin and my uric acid levels are well within normal ranges. My physician has stopped all my meds that I've been on for over 10 years.Ruslan Zakirov wrote:Loosing 13kg in 3 months is realistic and does not destroy your body. The healthy norm is 1kg lost in a week. Whatever is excess will come back or cause the anorexia nervosa.
As I said, I also don't believe in pills, supplements or any other MLM garbage. It's not necessary. Sure there are egg diets, high protein diets as so on. My diet focused on getting rid of carbs and sugars and any other chemicals found in processed foods. I could not do a high protein diet like atkins due to being a long term gout sufferer and also having a history of kidney stones (uric acid stones - not calcium stones). There is the ability to eat a low carb diet that's not high in fats, protein or anything else. All my food is unprocessed fresh foods consisting of all food groups, meats (including poultry & seafood), fresh vegetables & fruits. Plenty of water to stay hydrated (it not a water loss type of affair). Done properly, it prevents insulin spikes, simple starch cravings, and also prevents general hunger cravings. I personally know an ex-semipro rugby player who let himself go to pot and last year he dropped 49kg in 6mo's & 2 weeks. It is a good way to jump start your quest to a new body. without waiting years to drop the weight. I've never seen any exercise program that could be done by a family man that would allow you to lose 50 kg in 6 months or for that matter 12 month (and still have some time for your family that is).Ruslan Zakirov wrote:Dear Sir,
I've never mentioned any suppliments or fat-burners. Sorts of Herbalife either. I did not mean that an obesed person has to do hours of cross-training, pushups & chinups. The load is very individual. The heart is a muscle and you have to train it. Loosing weight with diets only burns fats together with muscles. The muscles also support joints. I guess that's enough to convince you in strengthening muscles. What type of a balalnced nutriation system are you talking about? Just curious. Most of them suggest to focus on carbs or proteins thus compromising the balance. There was another "healthy" way to burn the fat - eating pills with parasites then eating pills to kill parasites. Some doctors praticed this system without having informed their clients.
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