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2007/06/08 11:50:26 (permalink)

Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:)

Hey!

I'm just new on here, found it after googling my new diet tablet Clem.

I'm trying to loose 14lbs and tone up, I'd really appreciate anyone who could recommend a diet plan for me. The only foods I don't like eating are really only pasta, omlettes or cheese.

I'm usually quite good with not eating anything too fatty (apart from my choc weakness) but I think I tend to have too many carbs as i'm usually tired so not enough Protein?

Unfortunatley, I don't get to the gym a lot but I do sit-ups and long cycles every other day.


As I said any help would be muchly appreciated, thanks xx

Have a great Friday :)

xx
post edited by LaurenaLacey - 2007/06/08 11:52:53

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    mo041
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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 12:37:13 (permalink)
    Hi, welcome to MT.

    Post up your current diet and stats in order for us to help you.
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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 20:47:15 (permalink)
    *bump* to keep it on the page for "the new girl"

    As above, stats and current diet.

    Clem?

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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 21:50:49 (permalink)
    Hey,

    Thanks for the response, I'm 5'3.3/4 and 119lbs,

    Hmm ok well my diet was probably not good but i was trying! It consisted of:

    8:00 am- 2 boiled eggs, 1 round of Nimble wholeweat bread toast, Tea
    10:00 am- 2 Jaffa cakes
    12:30 pm- apple, orange, pear
    1:30pm- 2 squares of Ryewhole grain Bread
    3:00 pm- A tin of Salmon in Brine, Spinage, pickled onion and corn
    5:00pm- strawberrys and a small amount of ambrosia low fat custard
    6:00pm- Apple
    8:00pm- tea with skim milk

    Which adds to:

    Cals Fat Cholest Sodium Carbs Sugars Fiber Protein

    1,344 28g 525mg 1,441mg 175g 50g 17g 61g


    Ok I learnt something already, 'dont eat the whole tin of Salmon' jeese you'd think I was blonde ("~)

    Sorry the tablet is Clenbuterol NIHFI (0.02mg) thanks for the bump :p

    xx
    post edited by LaurenaLacey - 2007/06/08 21:56:16

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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 21:57:05 (permalink)
    Eight and half stone? That sounds about right for your height?? And you want to lose a stone? How old are you, if you don't mind me asking? Have you any idea of your bodyfat %?

    That doesn't look quite enough food to lose weight on; what training do you do? Looks low on ω3/6 too (the tinned salmon will have to have been cooked, losing most of its fatty-acids).

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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 21:58:08 (permalink)
    (PS I googled clem and it came up with that good-looking fellow you see above, off Buffy apparently)

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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 22:06:14 (permalink)
    Hey,

    I'm 22, I need to loose the weight aside from my personal preferences.

    Yes I know, its a terrible diet, Im always tired but i'm scared to eat anything bad in case I gain more weight. I've been a stone lighter for years and after coming back from travelling I realised how much weight I had gained.

    I don't have a gym locally and I do not drive but in the house I do aerobics, sit-ups (btween 80-100) and my cycle route is 20 miles when I am at home.

    I dont know my body fat sorry!x

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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 22:25:44 (permalink)
    Just seen your age on your MySpace!

    If you avoid eating the foods you like, sooner or later you will end up cracking and spoil all your hard work!

    Well I don't think you need to lose weight at all (based on the stats you've posted), but I'm not here to pass judgement so I'll help if I can! Also, I am no expert by any stretch so make sure you see how other people respond and make your own informed decision!

    8:00 am- 2 boiled eggs, 1 round of Nimble wholeweat bread toast, Tea (fine)
    10:00 am- 2 Jaffa cakes (fine)
    12:30 pm- apple, orange, pear (drop one of these (its a lot of sugar in one go))
    1:30pm- 2 squares of Ryewhole grain Bread (add a little chicken here? or have the salmon with this instead of at 3?)
    3:00 pm- A tin of Salmon in Brine, Spinage, pickled onion and corn (move all this to lunchtime ^^. Also, add some ω3's; fish oils, or flax oil/seeds are very easy choices to add. Have a couple more jaffa cakes at 3pm if you feel peckish)
    5:00pm- strawberrys and a small amount of ambrosia low fat custard (I would swap this for a meal; sweet potatoes, green veg, a little meat or fish)
    6:00pm- Apple (have your strawberries here instead)
    8:00pm- tea with skim milk

    What time do you wake/sleep? A few spoonfulls of cottage cheese is a nice way to keep you feeling full and provide you with some nice amino acids while you sleep!

    Again, critiquing a diet like this is fairly new to me, so don't quote me as gospel! Approx 2000 cals now and go for a brisk walk 5 days out of 7.
    post edited by 1ManRiot - 2007/06/08 22:28:20

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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 22:32:15 (permalink)
    Thanks for the info, I will go get some fish oils and seeds!

    I thought 2000 cals would be too much for my weight,?

    xx

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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 22:39:15 (permalink)
    it may be a bit much, but you can up the cardio or lower the cals ifr your not loosing weight.
    also, eatin little and often will up your metabolism.
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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 22:41:36 (permalink)
    Depends where they are coming from. See how you go, don't go crazy too quickly and keep an eye on your weight. As above, keep you metabolism fired up, NEVER EVER skip meals (this is THE biggest mistake dieters make) and treat yourself every once in a while! If you aren't losing enough, ease off on the carbs and/or come back and try again! I think you'll do alright!

    Also, a lot more ladies about:
    http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/forumid_20/tt.htm

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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 22:43:28 (permalink)
    Most supermarkets (certainly Tesco) do flax/linseeds (which need to be ground/blended up), a good quality flax oil in a dark green bottle, and fish oil capsules.

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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/08 23:42:10 (permalink)
    It my be worth adding that as well as making sure you have a good fat intake (I'd say 40-50g minimum) to promote good metabolism and hormone levels, that protein should be catered for. At you stats I'd say 80g a day.

    I note the salmon but I think that maybe it'd be worth jigging things up so that you have protein in other meals too? Protein has been seen to be far more satisfying in terms of appetite than carbs and doesn't affect insulin levels to promote fat gain as carbs can do.

    I also think all the fruit in one go should be jigged up - fruit is ace but all on its own will probably make you hungry in no time. RE cals, it's no so much the energy intake as the type of foods eaten. Certain foods promote better metabolism. As far as omega 3 goes, have you looked into tinned sardines? Full of the stuff.

    I think your 3pm meal is great. More of that IMO. Yes, not eating the foods you like will make you crack but you can also re-educate your taste buds to a great extent.

    Oh, and the most significant thing: cardio, and when you do it. If you've recently eaten, cardio burns what you've just eaten. If you do it in the morning before eating, it burns fat - as there is nothing else to use as fuel. Do that and keep the diet in check and the weight will drop off in no time.
    post edited by groovemeister - 2007/06/08 23:43:54
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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/09 14:09:18 (permalink)
    Just a note to say that a 213g can of wild red salmon in brine should contain 6.2g of omega-3. Dunno about pink salmon.
    It's tinned tuna that has bugger-all omega-3.
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    RE: Weight loss diet plan...Who can help?:) 2007/06/09 21:44:20 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: 1ManRiot

    *bump* to keep it on the page for "the new girl"

    As above, stats and current diet.

    Clem?




    LMFAO !!! you kill me, you really do.
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