diets

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  1. little_ONE

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    hi guys im planning on a diet and i was jus wondering if you guys hade been on any or knew any good ones and how much weight youd lost and stuff

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    The best diet that has ever worked for me was a very simple one. I ate everything I loved and wanted, but I ate less of it. No 2nd trips to the serving platter. Eating from plates makes the food portions look the same. Chew thoroughly. Don't multitask while eating. Concentrate on simply enjoying the food.
     
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    The most healthful diet I'm aware of is Dr. Gott's "No flour, No sugar" diet. Super will power is required. You can vary, depending on the amount of weight you want to loose. Just cut down on those two as much as your will power permits.
     
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    The best diet I have ever been on(and I'm still on)is the vegan diet,I don't eat meat or any products made from animals,my boyfriend follows the same plan,we also don't eat pasta,sugar,fried food or anything high fat,I haven't eaten a candy bar or drank a soda for three years,I lost a total of 50 pounds in four months and he lost 35 pounds(we gained weight in college) I reccomend this plan to everyone I know,I believe it is not really a "diet" but just a lifestyle change:smile:
     
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    I like eating normally... but obviously not pigging out..

    One day a week I have a day that is purely liquids... water and clear soups. Cleans the system out, The next day, I eat lots of water based veggies, and some protein, like chicken.

    Dont' forget to drink lots of water and excersize a bit... a nice walk or soemthing.. You lose a ton of weight.:biggrin1:
     
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    I agree with the vegan diet too. Best choice I ever made. Its more difficult to eat out, but most of that stuff is poison anyways. Just make sure you take your vitamins!
     
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    Hello fellow vegan!:240: It certainly is a wonderful lifestyle change,I mentioned it before in a previous thread that I grew up in a hippie,new age family and that was the kind of diet I was raised on,but once I entered high school and college the peer pressure made it more of a challenge to stick to it,as a result I started eating junk food and meat,I gained some extra pounds and I began to feel bad about myself,the same thing happened to my boyfriend,who grew up in a devout Hindu family,finally we got together and reacquainted ourselves with our healthy roots:smile:
     
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    Since not long after the start of this year I've been doing this (just something I came up with myself):

    2 meals during the day.

    Have fresh soup for one meal (preferably something low calerie like tomato and basil, mexican bean or something, but throw in a few higher calorie ones to vary it a bit, helps you stick to it). I just buy the ones in the tubs in the fridge section in the supermarket.

    Then for my other meal, have some grilled meat or fish (the more often it's fish the better really) and some fresh boiled or steamed vegetables, optionally with a sauce or gravy, but no rice or potatoes or other starchy stuff.

    Other than that snack on as much fruit as you like within reason (not sure about bananas, but I don't like them anyway). Say 2 or 3 times a week have a small treat like a bag of crisps (chips) or something.

    Basically a lowish carb diet (without going nuts) and otherwise plenty of fruit and veg and sticking to fresh rather than processed food.

    I did that and started going swimming about 3-4 times a week (probably about 3 and a half hours total). I did this for 6 weeks, 3 months maybe, not sure how much weight I lost but went from a 37 to a 33 inch waist - and that was without compromising my busy beer drinking schedule, with most diets you need to all but cut out the booze.

    I sort of half do it now, stick to it during the week then eat (pretty much) what I like at weekends (whilst keeping up the swimming), and I think I'm not losing or gaining anything overall.

    To be honest I think the best thing to do is think of what healthy low calorie foods you like and come up with your own diet around that rather than trying to stick to one in a book or something. I mean I love soup so I've no problem eating it every day, but if you aren't a big fan of soup, your gonna get sick of what I was doing pretty quickly! On the other hand I can't stand salad. I just think you're much more likely to stick to something you come up with yourself.

    And Jeff's right, exercise as well as diet, not only should you exercise anyway, but the faster results you get from the 2 pronged attack will encourage you to stick with it.
     
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