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Old April 23rd, 2013, 09:54 AM   #81
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For information on AdvoCare and the 24 day challenge go to my website www.puremichiganhealth.com, but in general you eat normal food, we tell you what to eat and when, tell you what not to eat and give you vitamin supplements to fill in the nutritional gaps.
If you eat a properly balanced diet you should:
A) Lose weight
B) Not need vitamin supplements to fill in nutritional gaps.
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 10:26 AM   #82
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somewhat true....if you eat properly you should lose weight, the problem is "most" people have a hard time understanding what eating healthy is, we try to help you learn what healthy is and to try and get you to eat smaller meals more often in the day. Try to get you to stay away from the unhealthy foods and fluids. We offer an array of products for losing weight, maintaining weight and for gaining muscle.

The foods we buy at the store are not what they once were due to a multi-tude of factors, we don't get the omega's that we need, nor the vitamins; Obesity in America is beyond an epidemic and only getting worse. How many people have made changes in their food options to lose weight, they lose 10 to 20 lbs hit a wall, get frustrated and go rite back to where they were before they lost the weight.

A. Shop the perimeter of the store
B. If it's sealed in plastic you probably shouldn't be eating it.
C. More water (your weight times .5= how many ounces you should be drinking of water), less everything else
D. Exercise - not for hours on end but for at least 30 minutes everyday
E. 5 to 6 small meals a day, Breakfast, mid-morning snack, lunch, mid-afternoon snack, dinner. if you need something after 7 at night drink water, don't eat becuase your bored watching the idiot box.
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 10:42 AM   #83
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Back in middle school, I was large. My mom started cooking low carb and that worked really well. High school I was about 280. I went on my own diet I guess you could say. More along the lines of controlling what I ate. I ate smaller portions. Easy way to do that is pick a smaller plate to eat your meals on. I ate less junk and more fruits and veggies. I dropped down to about 220 in 6 months. Then I got a job working outdoors and i dropped down to about 185. Now after getting a job indoors, I went up to about 215:/

Best advice I have is to control what you eat and exercise.
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 10:47 AM   #84
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we haven't used the larger dinner plates for almost 3 years we use the smaller plates, not sure what they're actual name is. A couple of weeks ago we went to my parents for dinner and I had such issues with the bigger plate, I had to go through her closet and find a smaller kids plate because it was so weird eating from larger plate, felt like I had nothing on my plate.
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 10:49 AM   #85
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somewhat true.....
It's all about daily energy intake vs. energy output. Being calorie deficient and increasing your activity level will make you lose weight.

<--- -68lbs of fat mass without giving up bread, Doritos, or ice cream. Without taking weight loss supplements or following restrictive/fad diets. All the while working an 9-5 desk job and eating out for lunch 3-5 days per week.
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 07:48 PM   #86
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Post a pic of yourself so we have something to compare it to when after you loose the weight. I found that to be helpful so I could see the results. You look at yourself everyday and wont notice your progress as much, so you need something to look back at.
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Old April 23rd, 2013, 07:57 PM   #87
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Chris, he's married.
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You don't like the competion?
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Not only this, but it keeps you away from being diabetic............I waited to long and am now paying for it.
I was a type 2 diabetic before I started my diet and now I am back to a type 0 diabetic with a heart in the 99th percentile. You can reverse that stuff. My doctor didn't tell me that but I read a lot and learned what to do.
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It's all about daily energy intake vs. energy output. Being calorie deficient and increasing your activity level will make you lose weight.

<--- -68lbs of fat mass without giving up bread, Doritos, or ice cream. Without taking weight loss supplements or following restrictive/fad diets. All the while working an 9-5 desk job and eating out for lunch 3-5 days per week.
I am over 150lbs total now down and I don't say I cant have something either. Everything in moderation is okay but you have to be disciplined. I will admit that it hasn't always been easy and I have gone up a few lbs here and there but then right back to working on the process.
I believe in the 90/10 rule. 90% of what I eat is healthy. Anything that is labeled healthy isn't healthy.. the healthy stuff is easy.. you know what it is.. fruit, veggies and lean meat (if you are into that). 10% stuff you like but not healthy food so included in there is your bread, beer, chocolate.. whatever.
I exercise moderately to heavily.
I have lost 37lbs since Jan 5th though some is related to stress.
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I am over 150lbs total now down and I don't say I cant have something either. Everything in moderation is okay but you have to be disciplined. I will admit that it hasn't always been easy and I have gone up a few lbs here and there but then right back to working on the process.
I believe in the 90/10 rule. 90% of what I eat is healthy. Anything that is labeled healthy isn't healthy.. the healthy stuff is easy.. you know what it is.. fruit, veggies and lean meat (if you are into that). 10% stuff you like but not healthy food so included in there is your bread, beer, chocolate.. whatever.
I exercise moderately to heavily.
I have lost 37lbs since Jan 5th though some is related to stress.
Congrats! That's some amazing progress. Your points are dead on. Its not about being perfect, it's about moderation and self control.
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Lots of sex and watching what u eat u should be good and some other activities
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Good luck OP. I lost 50 pounds about a year ago doing nothing but eating right and counting calories.
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CC needs to put the Get Ripped in 30 Days Add back up. This would save BigBChevy alot of hastle.
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http://www.bidcorp.com/AuctionsByCat...category_Id=42
http://www.bidcorp.com/AuctionsByCat...category_Id=91

not any mt bikes up there, but can probably have a start on a decent home gym with some of that stuff.

I'd love that cable crossover, but no room left in the basement.
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I am very disappointed in you. It's hassle as in don't hassle the Hoff!
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i will report my weight on monday . trying to stay off the scale till then!
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