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Discussion in 'Lifestyle, Health, Fitness & Food' started by Idontpersonally, Sep 26, 2013.
Steak, peas, green beans, and salad.
You should start with replacing those really high calorie treats with something lower in calories and fats. Number one, if you drink soda, stop. Soda is terrible for you, yet nobody seems to care.
Do you exercise? I think soft daily exercise is more important than food diet, let's say 5-6 km. a day minimum? I do that (and even 10km when I have time ) except in summer, when I swim for an hour. I keep fit though I eat as it was my last day on Earth.
edit: I drink gallons of beer and have hamburgers and that kind of shit sometimes, but no a drop of sacarose soft drinks as MikeH suggests. I also have 2-3 salads a week. I hope it helps you.
Diet > Exercise. Ask any bodybuilder. 70% diet, 30% workout.
Diet is more important for losing/maintaining weight than exercise. The first 70 lbs of my cut were entirely diet related. Ate at caloric deficit, got enough protein, the rest is history.
Adding exercise can actually make what you eat more(not less) important. Assuming of course you enjoy feeling good and being healthy.
Slaughtered one of my baby goats on my brother's b-day last week. Just delicious, fried with garlic and a few thyme and oregano:
^ Goats my favourite kind of meat. We've cut a few up for specials in the past at work which is always fun.
About to have chicken stir fry with oyster sauce and mixed veg, then homemade rhubarb crumble , rhubarb was just picked yesterday, can I skip my main?
I made this tonight. Was great!
Chicken breast: Marinated in Balsamic, various herbs, onion, garlic and dijon. Then hand rub with some "applewood rub". Then glaze with some sweet baby rays.
That's what goat looks like when cooked?! Suprised it's so white!
A late breakfast of scrambled eggs, toasted english muffin, and pan fried morels (YUMMMMM!!!).
Yeah, I cook it in the oven with olive oil, wine and herbs, so it looks light as that. The animal was light too anyway, here a few of another one I had last year, pics taken after we cleaned it, my favourite parts, head and leg (you'll notice it's darker, that's how the animal was):
Just had some pineapple barbecue chicken and mashed potatoes and gravy. Was quite delicious. Going to grill some turkey burgers and veggies tonight.
Chicken/apricot/couscous with a tall glass of chocolate milk, and two pop-tarts for dessert (One raspberry, one s'more)
Roasted chicken with baked potato, sweet potato, bacon and egg pie (Idk the name)
plain greek yogurt
Hake fillets with carrot, onion and cider sauce (the sauce turned out like purée, not the best look, though the taste was great)
Tillamook Oregon Raspberry Yogurt