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What Is The Best Diet Meal Plan?

What Is The Best Diet Meal Plan?

Postby Jeanne » Sat Sep 02, 2017 2:19 pm

Going to be losing 120lbs i need a day to day legit meal plan that consists of 1,000-1,200 preferably 1,000 calories per day. If you can please list best time frames to eat these meals. I've googled meal plans and none that i have seen gave best insight. I'm not a picky eater, i just need a general idea, maybe you're experience with times to eat etc. I will be eating 4-5 small portioned meals through out the day, i just need to know what should go in those meals. I'm a soda addict too so i have to learn how to make water my priority beverage. Thanks guys all advice i would greatly appreciate.
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Postby Cian » Sat Sep 02, 2017 2:24 pm

fresh herbs can really zing up a healthy meal try growing some in the kitchen using a strawberry pot preserve the flavor by adding fresh herbs at the end of the cooking process
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Postby azrael » Sat Sep 02, 2017 2:25 pm

If you want to eat truly healthy, lose body fat consistently, normalize your blood pressure, cholesterol levels, prevent cancer, and even boost your brain health and energy levels, you may have heard all over the news that the Paleo Diet has been found to be one of the best methods of achieving all of these benefits compared to any other popular "fad" diets out there. Go here https://tinyurl.im/aHMWw

The truth is that the Paleo Diet will never be considered a fad because it's just simply the way that humans evolved to eat over approximately 2 million years. And eating in a similar fashion to our ancestors has been proven time and time again to offer amazing health benefits, including prevention of most diseases of civilization such as cancer, heart disease, alzheimers, and other chronic conditions that are mostly caused by poor diet and lifestyle. One of the biggest misunderstandings about the Paleo Diet is that it's a meat-eating diet, or a super low-carb diet. This is not true
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Postby DArcy » Sat Sep 02, 2017 2:27 pm

the truth is that the paleo diet shall never be considered a fad 'cause it?s just simply the way that humans evolved to eat over approximately 2 million years...
and eating in a similar fashion to our ancestors has been proven time and time again to offer amazing health benefits, including prevention of most diseases of civilization such as cancer, heart disease, alzheimers, and other chronic conditions that are mostly caused by poor diet and lifestyle... one of the biggest misunderstandings about the paleo diet is that it?s a meat-eating diet, or a super low-carb diet... this is not true
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Postby Curt » Sat Sep 02, 2017 2:30 pm

If you want to eat truly healthy, lose body fat consistently, normalize your blood pressure, cholesterol levels, prevent cancer, and even boost your brain health and energy levels, you may have heard all over the news that the Paleo Diet has been found to be one of the best methods of achieving all of these benefits compared to any other popular ?fad? diets out there. Go here https://tr.im/dq7Wr

The truth is that the Paleo Diet will never be considered a fad because it?s just simply the way that humans evolved to eat over approximately 2 million years.
And eating in a similar fashion to our ancestors has been proven time and time again to offer amazing health benefits, including prevention of most diseases of civilization such as cancer, heart disease, alzheimers, and other chronic conditions that are mostly caused by poor diet and lifestyle. One of the biggest misunderstandings about the Paleo Diet is that it?s a meat-eating diet, or a super low-carb diet. This is not true
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Postby Algie » Sat Sep 02, 2017 2:31 pm

never eat any snack food out of the box carton or bag it came in you re less likely to overeat if you separate snacks into appropriate fist sized servings
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Postby Bede » Sat Sep 02, 2017 2:35 pm

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Postby Tudor » Sat Sep 02, 2017 2:40 pm

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Postby Wynthrop » Sat Sep 02, 2017 2:43 pm

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Postby Kasey » Sat Sep 02, 2017 2:47 pm

For weight loss, dieting is more effective than exercising.

Perhaps you could try The Great Australian Diet discussed below.

Created by Australian health guru Dr John Tickell, the Great Australian Diet is touted as a return to natural foods and natural eating patterns. Tickell, an obstetrician turned sports medicine specialist, claims that after travelling the world and studying foods, he has discovered several simple rules which can help anyone lose weight healthily.


He describes the Great Australian Diet as "anti-Atkins, anti-CSIRO" and emphasises the importance of carbohydrates in the diet, saying that the "two most important foods we eat -fruits and vegetables- are carbohydrates". Dr John also criticises the low GI diet because, he says, it frightens people off eating carbs.

The Great Australian Diet is actually rather complicated, and may not be as easy to follow as Dr Tickell seems to think. First of all, he replaces the glycemic index with the HI, or 'Human Interference' factor. This means that foods which have been highly processed, such as salami, white bread and white rice, are considered unhealthy, and are replaced by unprocessed alternatives- raw and lightly cooked vegetables, fish, especially deep water fish and sardines, and small amounts of lean meat. 2/3 of the diet should be composed of vegetables and fruits, and 1/3 'bonus' foods, which are essentially lean proteins, and after the initial two day cleansing period, which is very low calorie, 15 different types of plants should be eaten every day.


Since no calorie guidelines are given, and only vague instructions to eat 4 or 5 nuts and so on, this may be the downfall of many dieters. After all, its pretty easy to forget how many nuts, seeds and grains you have eaten. It may also be hard for people on busy schedules to keep to such a demanding diet, since eating out is restricted really to grilled fish and an occasional steak and vegetables.

But the Great Australian Diet is much more than just an eating plan. Dieters get points for watching the sunset, hugging their children and other 'coping' activities, and use gentle exercise techniques to strengthen trunk and arm muscles. Walking is also part of the diet, which claims over 91 days to re-educate the body into natural rhythms. One of the selling points for me at least, is the resting weeks- after each three weeks on the diet, there are two weeks when you are allowed to eat freely, and recuperate. However, although it seems pretty healthy, the Great Australian Diet is never going to be voted easiest diet of the year.

You can see further details in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22t...
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