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Old 03-16-2008, 11:53 PM   #1
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I just go with those supplemental vitamins and mineral paks, with my fair share of weight lifting and cardio. It seems to keep my metabolism up. Beleive it or not, I felt like I saw it slowing down last year.
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Old 03-17-2008, 12:08 AM   #5
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I am looking to start a good healthy diet along with excercise. I have gained a load of weight over the past 3 years and its came down to me needing an extreme makeover before it gets any worse. I was wondering if anyone out there can help me out with what foods to get and what amounts to eat.
Dies and exercise plans are not a one size fits all thing. what works for one person might not work for another. Age, , body shape (Ecto, Endo, Mesomorph) body composition, food allergens, schedules, previous injuries, all come into play.
I would honestly recommend you to go see a nutritionist named Dr. keith Klein he is one of the best around houston if not the best. he takes all of the above into account.
http://www.eatingmanagement.com/keithklein.htm
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Dies and exercise plans are not a one size fits all thing. what works for one person might not work for another. Age, , body shape (Ecto, Endo, Mesomorph) body composition, food allergens, schedules, previous injuries, all come into play.
I would honestly recommend you to go see a nutritionist named Dr. keith Klein he is one of the best around houston if not the best. he takes all of the above into account.
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Thanks, but far from it. I don't even believe in set/regulated diets.
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After I took a desk job I started putting it on around the middle. I read about some different diets and picked South Beach. Using the principles of the diet, I was able to drop ~30 lbs (almost 190 to 145, 6'1" tall) and lean out pretty well. I was able to adapt the main principles of the diet to suit me and my lifestyle and I did well with it.

The biggest change was when I got off of prepared foods and started taking the time to actually make all of the food that I eat. Everything was fresh and it's much easier to control what you put in your body. It was a Huge timesink though. I'd spend all Sunday evening preparing snacks and lunches for the week and I'd spend an hour or so after dinner preparing dinner for the next day.

I've been off of a strict diet for a while now and I'm in the 160's. I may need to start this back up again, I just don't know where I'll find the time.

One thing that you should keep in mind: If you are eating more calories in a day than you burn, you are constantly adding weight. The biggest change that most people can make is to get rid of all or a majority of the empty calories from their diet. i.e. soda, juice, beer, candy, etc. At my weight, I'd need to jog 1.5 miles for every can of regular soda I drink just to burn it off.

Smaller but just as important is substituting what you are eating at meals for something that will make you feel full, but isn't as calorific. As an example, when I started my diet I was eating two large muffins (basically 4 servings) and 2-3 servings of OJ in the morning. It added up to something like 1500+ calories. I had calculated my recommended daily caloric intake for my activity level to be around 2500 or so. I was waaay overdoing it. I swapped for a large cup of yogurt and a large banana which together was around 2-300 cals. I was still satisfied in the morning, but I was no longer eating all these excess calories that were just getting distributed around my midsection.

I'm not endorsing the SBD over any other diet, it just worked well for me and my wife. The most important part of any diet is self control.
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Get a nutritionist, I use Keith Klien here in houston, made the biggest difference in the world.
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Look into a detox diet to begin with. This is something you work your way into and out of for a few months if you have not done it before. Otherwise you are liable to shock your body and end up in the hospital. After getting all the out of you begin introducing more healthy solid foods back into your diet. At that point look at your calories and activity levels. You really are what you eat so think about that every time you end up in a fast food line.
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