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Re: WEIGHT LOSS + the challenge

Postby heater31 » Wed Aug 07, 2019 9:22 pm

mal wrote:http://www.ketopurediet.com

Is the real deal in dieting ?
No. Calorie deficit is the real deal....
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Re: WEIGHT LOSS + the challenge

Postby whufc » Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:00 am

heater31 wrote:
mal wrote:http://www.ketopurediet.com

Is the real deal in dieting ?
No. Calorie deficit is the real deal....


True but it is a reasonable way to keep the calorie count low but avoiding high calorie foods. As we are learning though calorie in vs calorie out is a bit of oversimplification of the matter.

Working in the fitness industry I cant stand fad diets but keto has a tiny bit of merit to it.
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Re: WEIGHT LOSS + the challenge

Postby mal » Wed Sep 18, 2019 8:07 pm

I have done 2 things wrong in the past
One was eating main meals in front of the TV too often
The other was masticating my food far too quickly

I have found since eating at the kitchen table, or outside and chewing thoroughly that :
I usually eat less and usually feel less hungry on completion
When in front of the TV , after finishing the meal , I would invariably still be hungry

I also, as much as possible , put the knife and fork down between mouthfuls
By stretching out the duration of the meal, it makes me feel fuller
The temptation to have seconds is less since Ive made the changes
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Re: WEIGHT LOSS + the challenge

Postby The Bedge » Wed Nov 20, 2019 3:27 pm

The Bedge wrote:113.2kg. Blood pressure is high, cholesterol is high.. may as well just shoot me now.

Been trying to get my "steps" up, not as easy when you sit at a desk all day, but i've been walking home from work on nights i dont have sport and then walking to night owls on Wednesday evenings. Averaging around 9,000 a week now (supposed to be 10,000+)

Weight hasn't changed much - fluctuates between 110 and 112 but my blood pressure is normal and my cholesterol has come down a few points to almost perfect.

My diet has been good, I think it's the alcohol on weekends that's killing me.. so trying to limit the beers last couple of weeks.
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Re: WEIGHT LOSS + the challenge

Postby Psyber » Sun Nov 24, 2019 5:59 pm

My new wife bought me a Fitbit for my birthday, and I'm varying wildly btween 2000 and 11000 steps a day depending on whats on for the day - less steps on a day I've allocated to catching up on medical journals and more when we go out. Mostly I'm somewhere in the middle. The trip to the top of Mount Barker the other pay pushed it up a bit.
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