Female fittness and dietry advice

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2009/07/21 19:30:32 (permalink)

Female fittness and dietry advice

Hi guys its Big me mrs here.

I am currently trying to lose weight, I have 7 weeks till my hols for a better bikini body.
I am doing a low carb (keto) diet at the moment just up2 50g of carbs per day, and carbing up on a Sunday,
I am 5ft 11", 10st 2lb. Exercising 5 days using the weights doing a full body workout, sit ups included Im maybe only doing cardio twice a week using my spin bike or power walking pushing the baby. I know I should be doing more cardio but is difficult when looking after my child all day, then working.

I am looking for tips on what I should be eating coz I dnt think im getting everything I need.
I'm only having a protein shake for breakfast, An then salad for lunch an salad for tea if im working otherwise meat and veg for tea, maybe a portion of fruit inbetween lunch and tea. I'm taking ECA for appetite suppressant Im a bugger for snacking otherwise lol, Im on 3 per day. Any1 also know how long I could/should be taking these for without having a break?

looking longer term id like to achieve a fitness competitor look similar to carly thornton's, so im wondering what sort of diet i should be looking at to add a little lean muscle whilst losing a little bodyfat if possible.

Any help/tips guys muchly appreciated.

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    Re:Female fittness and dietry advice 2009/07/21 19:44:30 (permalink)
    ECA will increase your appetite hun so I would stop taking that.  your not eating enough which will slow your metabolism down, you should be aiming to eat every 2-3 hours, the reason you want to snack is because the lack of food intake.  I can help with diet and exercise if you want help mail me and i'll draw up a plan.  7 weeks you will see change but progress is a stepping stone, with consistancy you can acheive your goals
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