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... Uhh, I don't mean to butt in, But I should make a point that Naxis hit as well. your diet has way too many carbs, minimal protein and practically no fat even after the moderation you made. If you really want to lose weight you actually need to increase your fat intake and decrease your carbs. ... (40 replies)
... Your muscles are made of protein. Ingesting more proteing helps your muscles to rebuild properly. WIthout enough protein, they won't rebuild and you will not gain muscle as quickly and may even lose muscle. ... (8 replies)
... This is just a recommendation, so take what you can use. ... (5 replies)

Huge question
Jun 21, 2006
... Basically, you need to reduce your total calorie intake gradually in order to lose the fat, but keep your protein intake as high as possible as this is the main fuel for muscle growth. ... (4 replies)
... r getting a gym membership, or at very least a set of dumbells or resistance bands for your home. It sounds like you're at a healthy weight, but my guess is that too little of it is muscle and too much is fat. Resistance training will put on some lean muscle which will in turn help you to burn off the fat. ... (4 replies)
... pounds of fat a week. Any more weight loss will be muscle or water. If you're eating right and eating enough as well as lifting, you should keep the muscle, and some water loss is okay and normal, but don't get discouraged if the pounds don't fly off. ... (1 replies)
... months is plenty of time to lose the extra weight. I really can't outline a day by day plan, but I can certainly help you figure out how to create your own. The main things to consider are calories and cardio, but content of your diet will also be important. ... (8 replies)
... ------------------ Keep your body lean, your blood clean and your mind sharp. -Rollins (6 replies)
... As said there is no replacement for good food. This is a must and should be the roots of your diet. Protein shakes do have there place though. ... (8 replies)
... I'm not trying to gain lots and lots of mass. I basically want to gain just a little muscle and lose some body fat. Even though I am skinny, I do have a layer of fat esp on my chest and stomach. ... (1 replies)
... can make you look 10 pounds thinner. ... (4 replies)
... As far as your diet, it's isnt terrible, but it seems painfully low on protein and quite high in high GI carbs. And almost no healthy fats. Cereal and Special K bars aren't exactly healthy. ... (8 replies)
Vitamin absorbtion
Feb 20, 2004
... For example, carbs begin their digestion in the mouth, the stomach only digests proteins, and fat in the upper part of the small intestine. ... (5 replies)
... As already noted, you do have options available. ... (9 replies)
Whey protein
Jul 8, 2001
... Excess protein can be stored as fat... but it's not a very effecient process. Basically, protein is made up a a nitrogen part attached to a carbon part. ... (6 replies)
... She was little over 100 lb years ago. She runs slow on treadmill but long hours to protect her knee while burning fat as much as possible. She eats about 1500 cal, I think. She can tell me the cal of the food she eats. She reads her food count book all the time and memorized them. ... (21 replies)
Will this work?
Sep 14, 2004
... you're pretty much eating just carbs there. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks so much, and also, I'd like to focus mostly on my big lovehandles and maybe make my boobs a bit smaller. THANKS!! ... (7 replies)
... how long did it take you to make a noticable difference? ... (1 replies)
... neck. I don't have a great amount of noticeable fat but still I've seen improvements. But for some reason I am not losing too many inches from my waist. ... (1 replies)




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