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Healthy Foods to eat

Posted by chetrs, 26 March 2016 · 1,837 views

Junk food ruins your body. Although a little and in moderation will not hurt. The important foods to eat are seven raw almonds a day, blueberries if possible, an apple or two, a pear, grapes, salad (romaine and iceburg) with spinach leaves (oil and vinegar is best. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Stop eating food (if you can call it food) from McDonald's, and just get the coffee. MickeyD's coffee is really spurerb and a lot less expensive than Starbucks. The fancy coffees from Starbucks are not worth the energy. For cereals there are a number of them you can try. Personally Cheerios are a fav of mine. I don;t eat them every day, and usually I have some type of Steel Cut Oatmeal everyday. But the Quaker's 100% natural is a tasty cereal. Stay away from all sugary cereals. The sugary Cereals are the number one downfall. I gotta run. Do a web search. if you are overweight I do suggest taking some type of Probiotic, in the long run the cultures will eventually clean up a little, and will flatten your belly. If you are declared obese. Then seriously consider doing some exercise with doctor's consent. It is not too late to reduce your weight. I know obesity does not make you happy, but it was the sedentary lifestyle that did it too you. Start out by walking and maybe carrying some weights in your hand five to ten pounds. Going to a gym will greatly improve our self confidence and self esteem. When you make some effort to do weights or treadmill don;t overexert yourself. You didn't gain all the weight in one day you are not going to lose all the weight in one day. No more donuts either. sugar has calories. Stay away from all potato chips and pasta too. Consider the Atkins diet.
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The diet below is a different diet than above.

 

Here;s a formula that helped me too lose 20 pounds. it's called the Zero Carbohydrate Diet. This also the high protein diet. By eliminating the carbs you allow yourself to burn old carbs which have to turned into fat. Because you have saved energy by eating only protein.

 

Eat as much of the following things as you like. Trim all the Fat and pitch it. One of the inconveniences of this diet is you will more than likely become constipated. Start this diet after you have cleared out everything from the intestines) if you do get constipated then take some castor oil, or some laxative. Check with the physician. The Atkins diet is similar this diet is more extreme than Atkins. If you already have a heart condition then don;t do this diet, If you have a thryoid problem then ask the physician. Your cholesterol will likely go up. The first time I did this diet I did no exercise. The second time i did this diet I did excercise and I really lost weight off. Try without the exercise first.
What I used to do was get cold cuts from the Deli and eat those for snacks, eat as much of the following as you like.

 

Chicken
Eggs
Brick Cheeses (check labels, might say two carbs move to the next cheese till the littlest amount possible 0 or maybe one then it is fine)
Cottage Cheese (same as above get the cottage cheese with few carbs possible) you need some variety
Farmers Cheese (not sure about this one)
Fish
Beef
Cornish Game Hen
Turkey
Diet Drinks as long as they have zero carb sweetners
Coffee (personally I used no cream) stick with water
Tea
Water (of course)

 

you can eat as much of the above as you like

 

NO LIST
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Pork, Shrimp, or Lobster) (Shrimp and Lobster have too much cholesterol). Pork will ruin this diet. I'm not sure why, It has something to do with the higher fat content
No Alcohol of Any Kind (i know this blows but it really pays off in the end).
No Baloney
No Cold Cut Loafs
No anything that has any excess fats or carbs
No Hot Dogs
No Sausage
No Bratwurst
No Kielbasa
No Salad Dressing
No Fruits
No Vegetables
No Lettuce of any kind.
No PopCorn
No Candy
No Bread
No Ice Cream
No Soda Pop
No Kool Aid
No Fruit Juices
No Energy Drinks
No Beans
No Crackers
No Potato Chips
No Pizza
No Cookies
No Fried Foods
No Pasta
No Bread
NO BEER
NO PORTER
NO STOUT
NO IPA
NO ALE
NO LENTILS
NO OATMEAL
No Carbohydrates

 

 

go very easy on butters and oil
go very easy on condiments , cream and sugar easy too
Do a search on web for ages for this diet. (high protien diet , zero carb diet)
send me email at [email protected]<script data-cfhash='f9e31' type="text/javascript">/* */</script> if I can be of any assistance

 

All The Best,
your friend
Chet :D

 

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Yes , almonds are healthy :D...about a cholesterol thats a deeper subject. ;) ..we all need a cholesterol just to live...ok and after that i read that all ...looks like i cant eat anything : :)....i do drink beer, i eat a loooot of fishes(love them), evertything is prepared in a steam cooker, salads, potatos, rice and ..chickens.    am i heatlhy?  Yes! i eat pigs also....geen halaal :P

In my little opinion it all depends on your taste, if you want to eat something just do it!... eat that and move a lot! :)..ouh and of course no salt!

 

Thanks, Al!

No fruit and no vegetables? °o°

yeah for the no carb,  high protein diet you can't have fruits or vegetables.  but the atkins diet differs a litle

Can I have 6 almonds instead of 7? or will that ruin tve diet?

Wait, so you’re promoting a diet completely different than your regular dietary routine? Almonds, blueberries, apples, pears, grapes, oatmeal and salads are all really great, sustainable foods for you- but none of them would be acceptable on the diet you listed below. I’m not sure I quite understand… Are you suggesting the diet below is a “quick fix” to pounds of weight-loss, then afterwards you get to eat whatever you want?

 

The diet you posted below is simply not sustainable. The body runs on carbohydrates, they are pure energy and therefore fuel of the brain. To deprive your body of carbohydrates may cause weight loss, but it will also cause tiredness, cramps, headaches, mental blocks.. And you expect people to go through the deprivation and subsequent side effects of not eating the body’s main fuel source to lose a couple pounds quickly? You say “by eliminating the carbs you allow yourself to burn old carbs which have to turned into fat.” That may be true, but calorie restriction and a lack of carbohydrates in your diet will only further teach the body to consume and retain fat-based carbohydrates when it gets a hold of them. If you deprive the body of fuel, of course it will retain every last drop it gets when it is given some. So the minute you go “off” this diet, your body will once again retain the “fat” in each product it is able to consume (and thus, you will gain the weight back). And I guarantee, on a less than satisfying diet like this one, you won’t be far off from a binge on “bad” carbs like pizza and fried foods. It’s much better to allow the body to become accustomed to “healthy” carbohydrates such as oatmeal, lentils, sweet potato, or fruit; as a result the body won’t feel the need to binge out on “bad” carbohydrates, because it knows good carbs are a regular part of your diet. Your body will learn how to process carbohydrates as pure energy (as they were intended for) instead of storing them. 

 

Further; the allowed and disallowed foods list is pretty ridiculous. Most vegetables have little to no fat or carbohydrate content, and if the idea here is a loss of water weight, I think we can both agree that type of weight loss is purely temporary, if not fictitious. And it’s laughable that fish such as lobster and shrimp are demonized when all types of cheese and eggs (which are known to have extremely high fat and cholesterol levels) are deemed acceptable. Let’s say you ate 2500 calories a day. In accordance with relatively recent nutritional studies the average person should keep their daily fat content around 20-30% or lower. So, about 55-83 grams of fat per day. One cup of shredded cheddar cheese has about 35 g of fat on its own. That doesn’t seem very low fat to me. If you ate “as much as you wanted” (as recommended) your daily fat content would be extended far above the maximum. And as for cholesterol, I don’t understand why eggs are praised and shrimp demarcated when just ONE cooked egg has about 190 mg of cholesterol, and 100 g of shrimp (7-8 pieces) has exactly the same amount of cholesterol (190 mg). If this diet is trying to be “low fat, low cholesterol,” it’s not doing a very good job of it. 

 

To me, there is no point putting yourself through hell in order to lose weight, only to gain it back again. Health is a lifestyle, and cannot be achieved through “quick fixes” like these. Promoting laxatives and the like is just irresponsible. Instead teach people how to effectively sustain a healthy and balanced nutritional plate, instead of giving them some long winded list of foods that cannot be eaten for no other reason than their vilification by bogus science such as Atkins, Dukan, etc.

Kay, if you are trying to lose weight then this high protein, zero-carb diet really works.  With exercise, the weight stays off.  

I'm not sure about shrimp and lobster.  I just remember reading they weren't allowed.  Eggs are protein so you can have as many as you want, but I suggest removing the yellows.

of course the diet is temporary.  :) 

he forgot sth

"guaranteed death within 10 days"

I eat whatever I want and still lose weight. Just that my workout-food ratio is like 2:1,

at least 100K running a month, strength exercises, walks, bike etc.

"The important foods to eat are seven raw almonds a day"  heh  good luck :*

i confused as to why the fruits and vegtables are in the no section? 

Vegetables that all i eat  sometimes fruit no junk food or pop !

weird list, coffee, tee, all the meat in th eyes list. 

vegetables in no list. don't get it.

 

at the weekends i don't care about anything and eat / drink what i like. 

during the week i love vegetables and sweet potatoes, thai food and stuff. fish and rice, lentils

its low carb and healthy and my weight is the same since years.

 

the cheap meat isn't for sure a yes. and i guess it is cheap meat if u eat it that often. :/ 

the reason the fruits and vegetables are in the no list is because they have carbohydrates, and this is a zero carb diet.  It's a variant of the Atkins Diet, but the Atkins' allows certain vegetables.     So the idea is if there are no carbs to burn then the metabolism can focus on the excessive fat in the body to burn.  I started this diet (again) 5 days ago and so far I've lost nine pounds.                                                            

Artificial Sweetners should not be overused.

I just go visit the neighbors garden, and make my fresh salad, it's good for me. No pesticides!!! 

This is basically the Atkins diet. Kay is correct insofar that high-protein low-carb diets are unsustainable in the long run. Now, you can reduce the carbohydrates, and choose healthy carbohydrates, but your body needs at least some carbohydrates to work properly. Also, there are a whole cornucopia of health problems that can and will arise if you over-consume protein.

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