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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanctus Iacobus View Post
    For the hardcore: I present many years of intense training and dieting experimentation, what I consider the best diet and what I eat every day. It's not for the faint of heart or uncommitted and there isn't the slightest shred of things like variety or taste which is something many healthy-minded eaters look for compromises on... there is no such compromise in this diet, so fair warning.

    The benefit of this diet is that it's simple, effective, relatively cheap, provides the perfect ratio of the food groups to each other, and the best available food sources in each group. It contains only very healthy, highly complex carbohydrates and a huge amount of protein which keeps your metabolism stimulated throughout the day. It's modular in approximate calories, so it makes calorie counting a snap and is best used with a high-calorie burning training plan.

    Breakfast (300 Calories)
    1.5 cups GoLean classic
    +1 cup skim milk
    1-a-day multivitamin

    Lunch (900 Calories)
    2 slices of the healthiest bread you can find
    +12 slices low-fat smoked/baked turkey breast
    +2 slices no-fat cheese
    +2 Tbs. Low-fat mayo (if wanted)
    + mustard (if wanted)
    2 cups dark green salad, either spring mix or spinach
    +1/4 cup raisins
    +1/4 cup mixed nuts, unsalted dry roast
    +1 apple diced
    +2 Tbs Fat-free "fruit friendly" dressing, I prefer poppyseed

    Protein shake (600 Calories)
    1/2 blender of ice
    +2 scoops protein mix, I prefer Optimum Nutrition's Pro-Complex
    +1 Banana
    +1 container no-fat yogurt, I prefer vanilla because it goes well with everything
    +8 oz. V8 Fusion, I prefer the Acai variety

    Dinner (800 Calories)
    2 pieces chicken breast, baked, bbq, or use a george foreman grill if you have one
    +2 Tbs Ketchup, or BBQ sauce if you must
    1 slice healthy bread
    +1 Tbs. sugar-free jam, I prefer strawberry
    16 oz V8 classic low-sodium
    2 Tbs. natural peanut butter (optional)

    Provides 7/5 servings of vegetables, 4/4 servings of fruit, 3 servings of dairy, and enough protein for an Olympic weightlifter, with only a few very complex, healthy carbohydrates when you need them.

    Now you will probably not want to eat this much because it will be too many calories, it would be unsuitable for females. I am a big guy so this meets my BMR of 2,600 calories a day, and if I need to lose weight any exercise will do it. If you're not working out twice a day, you can take out the protein shake for a straight up 2,000 calorie diet.


    (I'm picky)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post


    (I'm picky)
    Basically, it's a diet for males who strictly see food as fuel and want the best diet combination for muscle-building and/or fat-loss. Think U.S. marine type folks.
    Good intentions are not enough.

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    i can't really stay on extended diets for a long time.
    so when i need a kick start i do a cleansing fast with
    bentonite clay and psyillium husk. i like doing the fast
    first because then i want to control everything i put
    back into my body... and i'll usually go raw food for
    a few weeks. the fast also helps me accomodate
    the taste of chlorophyll better too.

    but then i'll always get distracted by twice
    fried duck fat fries.
    every normal man must be tempted, at times,
    to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag,
    and begin slitting throats.
    h.l. mencken

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmhmm View Post
    i can't really stay on extended diets for a long time.
    so when i need a kick start i do a cleansing fast with
    bentonite clay and psyillium husk. i like doing the fast
    first because then i want to control everything i put
    back into my body... and i'll usually go raw food for
    a few weeks. the fast also helps me accomodate
    the taste of chlorophyll better too.
    Bentonite clay? You mean, you eat mud?

    but then i'll always get distracted by twice
    fried duck fat fries.
    Now that's more like it!!

    WHERE WHERE WHERE do you get that? TELL ME.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmhmm View Post
    i can't really stay on extended diets for a long time.
    so when i need a kick start i do a cleansing fast with
    bentonite clay and psyillium husk. i like doing the fast
    first because then i want to control everything i put
    back into my body... and i'll usually go raw food for
    a few weeks. the fast also helps me accomodate
    the taste of chlorophyll better too.

    but then i'll always get distracted by twice
    fried duck fat fries.
    Dieting takes a real commitment. Think of unhealthy food like a guy taking advantage of you in a dark alley. Just yell NO and run away. Get violent if you have to. After a while, you'll develop the willpower to be around the most delicious, nastiest foods and not feel the least bit like eating them instead of your salad, because you know that while your friends and relatives might enjoy their double fried duck fat french fries, you're going to enjoy fitting perfectly into your favorite jeans the next morning, guilt-free.
    Good intentions are not enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanctus Iacobus View Post
    Basically, it's a diet for males who strictly see food as fuel and want the best diet combination for muscle-building and/or fat-loss. Think U.S. marine type folks.


    Sexy melons.
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    haha. predictible.

    but seriously, it helps for developing the physique to reach outstanding levels of fitness to have a diet that matches your goals.

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    Good intentions are not enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post


    Sexy melons.
    Whoa, those are some serious moobs!!! They look too round to be made of muscle, strange....

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    15 days now, over 2 weeks without ANY sweets.

    I've been craving them more now, but they're manageable. I just pout.
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    I've been about four weeks paelo-ish. The first week was hard, I thought it would be harder, and I had a mean sugar/carb addiction. The bout of tonsillitis was a set back, but I feel good. About to kick it up a notch by going very low carb from monday because I still eat fruit. I don't know if I should cut out dairy products completely. I never used much anyway, I know it's not strictly paeleo, but I feel really hard done by not having milk in ma morning coffee.
    I had an off day today because I missed my alarm, so couldn't pack lunch and had no left overs for brekkie. I feel like crap, and dealing sugar spikes and crashes all day was annoying! How did I live like this before?
    I'm a total convert. I just wish there was more organic produce and meat in my region, although grass fed meat is easy to get.
    Currently submerged under an avalanche of books and paper work. I may come back up for air from time to time.
    Real life awaits and she is a demanding mistress.

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