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Postby black&white56 » Fri, 27 Aug 2010 12:10 am

For breakfast, you can have whole wheat cereal with skim milk or oatmeal. Dinner can be one cup of brown rice with steamed fish or grilled chicken breast with steamed vegetables on the side. For snacks, you can have fruit and nonfat yogurt. Losing more than 2 pounds a week is not healthy according to my trainer who's a trainer. Be patient and good luck :)

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Postby body equation » Tue, 28 Sep 2010 4:28 pm

You weight can actually help to to slim down. As your body use energy (which is derived from the store fats at the equivalent of 7000 kcal for each excess kg) by drawing on these storage, you can effectively reduce your weight.

Diet plans are always solutions but it is how and when you eat that makes them work.

Make a distinction between your High Glyceamic Index (GI) and Low GI foods. :D
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Postby body equation » Tue, 05 Oct 2010 2:51 pm

That's how the problem started.

We tend to underfeed ourselves, even as the body comes out of a fast through the night. A good breakfast would be one comprising a high GI range thus giving the body that boost it so badly needed to wake up and get going.

So the wheat cereal and milk (never skim) should comes only after the body is awaken.

Do you know that most people who exercise in the early part of the day without that carbo boost are doing so on adrenaline?
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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Tue, 05 Oct 2010 4:13 pm

black&white56 wrote:F according to my trainer who's a trainer.


#-o

Shame your trainer who's a trainer isn't a nutritionist.


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