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Old 08-09-2013, 11:25 PM
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I've been lucky I suppose as I never had to diet nor watch what I eat but all my sugar binges and over eating is starting to soften my curves so I think its time to cut back. I don't think I'll restrict myself from any food groups just cut back on the amounts. My appetite is huge so my over eating is more of a problem than what I eat, I think. I personally don't care for diets nor do I like being around people that follow them. Nothing more annoying than dining with someone who says no to most of a menu. I love food, eating and enjoying is sexy, I guess some of us just need to eat less perhaps:)

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Old 08-09-2013, 11:29 PM
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Don't forget that a regular exercise program is part of any successful weight loss program. The more you exercise the more you can eat. Plus muscle burns more calories at rest also. I maintain my body by doing weights, I am building muscle and getting thinner, but not necessary lighter. My clothes fit better and that's what counts. plus it also helps with my blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol.

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Talking balance is key. Enjoy your cheat days.

I just go by the Canadian food guide mixed with exercise. However, if I feel like having a big mac once in a while, I just go ahead and enjoy. Balance is the key to everything you do. I'm all for cheat days because my cheat days keep me wanting to eat healthy.

http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/food-gu...php#conclusion


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The key for me was to dump the incidental sodium (a killer in my view) aka all processed foods. Made sure to eat a solid breakfast in my case means 0 fat plain Greek yogurt (high protein) with blueberries and bran as a foundation for the day. Reduced portion sizes by instead of cooking 2 8-10 oz steaks cut one 10-12 oz and split it. Cut back on liquor (just a bit:) consistently exercised moderately and pounds melted away without much pain at all.

Common sense really and as Peachy said...balance is the key

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I can't agree more with what Peachy says - follow the Canadian Food Guide and mix with regular exercise. I must also add that discipline is important in case we stray away too far from our diet plan and exercise routine.

Other things that we should keep in mind are the harmful effects of salt and sugar. These harmful effects are well-documented and well-known, which is why you will not find a salt shaker on my dining table.

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I'm not sure if people are interested, but I know many of you have tried many diet plans. Wanted to get your opinions on the ones you've tried. Describe it and whether it worked or not. Whether you recommend it or not.

To start, I've tried the Atkins Diet.

This is a very low carb diet that encourages eating meat, fat and vegetables. Bacon is allowed on this diet. Very little carbs are allowed on this diet.

Does it work. Yes it does work, weight loss is very fast.
but it's hard to stay on, takes a lot of discipline not to eat carbs,
ie. bread, grains, cereals, deserts etc.
It can get tiring tot eat meat, bacon, eggs and just vegetables with very little starch. But you can loose a great deal of weight very rapidly if you can stick to it.
But once you go back to eating regular food again, the weight comes back.

Now lets here your experiences ?
I'm actually doing this program and have done it in the past but you have to make it a lifestyle. This is where I've failed in the past.

There are many diabetics in my family and I have a serious sugar addiction and an emotional eater. if I don't get it under control now, it will come back to haunt me later. I am a non smoker and do not have the vices like ciagrettes to keep me skinny. Sugar is the kiss of death for me!!

While the first few days of Atkins is difficult, after the third day you will feel better. You will never feel deprived or hungry. The sugar and carb cravings will soon go away once it's out of your system.

Most of the meals I make are regular lunches or dinners but just modified such as not eating spaghetti.

I cannot and will no longer do low calorie or low fat diets. This is what causes serious health problems such as adding more carbs to low fat or fat free products.

Atkins has received a bad rep for not allowing any carbs or kidney issues. This is bullshit. You can eat carbs and through the different stages, they are worked back in but with good carbs. No fruit is allowed during the first phase. You would also have to eat copious amounts of protein to have some sort of issues with kidneys.

I did the Atkins program 8 years ago for 9 months straight and went back to the doctor to have my cholesterol checked. It went down significantly after eating doing this program. Bacon and eggs were one of the daily meals that I ate. In moderation of course.

I have more energy and I sleep better. While it is easy to lose weight on this diet quickly, that is not what I'm initially focused on this time around. I've been doing diets since my early 20's and it hasn't gotten me anywhere. I've gone up and down so many times, that I've lost count. I'm working on it but I consider myself a work in progress. Once I lose it, I want it to stay off for good. I am not always in the induction phase of this program at the moment because I need to create the patterns for good eating habits and doing this has helped me a great deal.

One has to make the conscious decision to follow a lifestyle all in moderation. There is no secret, no magic pill or anything else that will make weight loss effortless. It's all about a will to live a healthy life and modifying former bad food habits with some hard work and determination thrown in there. Exercise keeps me feeling better as well. I walk, run and bought a new mountain bike as well and go everyday for 30-45 mins.


Atkins works well for me because of my sugar addiction. It's all or nothing with me. I find I can't eat sugar in moderation because once I get the first taste, it's all downhill from there. To make up for any lacking vitamin or nutrients on this program, I supplement them with vitamins. This program isn't for everyone but if sugar is your problem, it may be worth looking into.

One way to determine your progress on this program is to go the pharmacy and buy some keto sticks. When you uriniate, dip the stick into it and if it turns pink to a dark purple then you are in ketosis which means you're burning your own fat for fuel. A side effect of this is bad breath because you're burning ketones through your mouth but it's nothing mouthwash or gum can't take care of.

I've also listed some resources that I use and order products online from Toronto to follow the lifestyle.

http://www.thelowcarbgrocery.com/cat...FUhgMgodjz8Aog

http://www.lowcarbcanada.ca/

And Sugar Free Sheila...She has been a good inspiration and she's hot too! lol.

http://www.sugarfreesheila.com/

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If you've got Netflix, there's some good food related documentaries on there that are pretty eye opening. Some of the take away information I've gotten was:

- Basically in our society, we're eating a lot of calories, but we're starving ourselves of basic nutrients our cells need to function.
- The majority of us have an addiction to refined sugars
- The human body has evolved to eat a wide variety of diets (e.g. Inuit eating mostly animal fat/protein) but it's thrown for a loop with these factory/laboratory produced ingredients (e.g. white sugar, high fructose corn syrup).
- These sugars tell our body to use what it can for it's basic function and then store the rest as fat.

I know I am a sugar addict. The way my body sends me signals for it and the way I act around it. How I get the immediate satisfaction, but feel empty shortly after. How tired I feel later on (it's pretty remarkable, when you compare to being off sugars).

I've tried Atkins in the past, and found it too to be restrictive. I think you have to tweak your diet to get as much protein, natural fats, vegetables as you can and then if you still crave a little carb, then partake.

My path has been tweaking the diet, exercising regularly, weighing myself weekly (steering the ship in small movements). I've been happy with the results over the past few months. The weight has dropped off, I feel more energetic, I want to play again.

All the best on your journey.

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I just got myself a Concept 2 rowing machine. I hope to use it a lot along with the rest of my family. It can burn a lot of calories and is easier on my knees then the treadmill. It also can help build strength and is an all round exercise for the whole body along with endurance.
Plus trying to eat foods along the outside of the store, where the fresh meats, dairy and bakery and vegetables are. Less pre-packaged food.
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While I only have about 15 lbs to lose, it's more mental than anything for me. Mr Willpower does not visit me at my time of need. Also, I am too hard on myslef for that 15 lbs and shy away from certain memorable situations. My confiedence goes up when I lose those lbs and goes back down when my weight increases, which is where I am now :( I should just take it off and level off like I did years ago. It's annoying to know the answer but take too long to get there. The candy stores whisper my name as I walk or drive close to them.
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To cut to the chase....no diet will ever be effective without exercise. You nee to burn more calories than you consume and the only way to do that is to be active. Base your calorie intake on your desired activity level instead of vice versa (that's where a lot of diets fail...they tell you to eat so much but forget how to tell you how to burn the calories) After that, it's all will power. Smart eating can let you consume more foods with less calories. By smart I mean healthy...cut DOWN on the usual culprits but don't deprive yourself. Smaller portions if eaten slowly can be just as satisfying. Never deprive yourself unless you have super willpower. The goal should be long term and life long not a quick loss of some lbs. don't forget, muscle weighs more than fat so keep on working out!

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