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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by spotts
    Also .06 grams of protien [good as a weightlifter shake] and almost no calories!
    Perfect. As you know I'm "Slightly" overwieght and have been cutting down on my portions and trying to eat a little healthier and lifting wieghts, but my yappity ass Italian wife keeps blabbing something about I will not loose it if I keep drinking beer.

    So now I have written proof by a profesional that it will benefit me. Thanks Spotts, your my hero of the day.

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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by mattm
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    Originally posted by spotts
    Also I will not loose it if I keep drinking beer.

    Guiness is 0 fat!

    I consider it a health drink!
    Live each day like it is your last, for one day you will be right!

  3. #16
    Even though things list no fat, they still have carbs which, if unused by the body, turn into fat. Sugar and sweets are considered "simple" and carbs are "complex."
    Also many crackers and snacks are loaded with "complex" junk and that becomes bad for you.......
    The low or no carb diet is not healthy for you over the long haul.
    Without carbs for energy you require lots of protein, in time, your liver has problems with all this protein.
    I really am serious about this, I have even been....................ugh........exercising almost every day too.
    Ya see, all the diet plans, books, videos, speechs and bull****...it all boils down to what we knew long ago.
    Eat in moderation and exercise. Most Americans don't have the willpower so they look to find easy ways or quick fixes.
    I think 90% of all people who use those plans get fat again, usually fatter than they were before too.
    It won't be easy but nothing good ever is now...... is it?

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  4. #17
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    Originally posted by Diceman

    Ya see, all the diet plans, books, videos, speechs and bull****...it all boils down to what we knew long ago.
    Eat in moderation and exercise. Most Americans don't have the willpower so they look to find easy ways or quick fixes.
    I think 90% of all people who use those plans get fat again, usually fatter than they were before too.
    It won't be easy but nothing good ever is now...... is it?

    I am always being asked to write diet and training programs for people. But Dice says it all...it's not rocket science.

    Americans are typically lazy looking for quick fixes, I want it now syndrome.

    People take years to get really fat, but expect to loose it all in 2 weeks.
    Live each day like it is your last, for one day you will be right!

  5. #18
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    Originally posted by Diceman
    I really am serious about this, I have even been....................ugh........exercising almost every day too.
    Typing more than your normal amount of posts is not working out.

  6. #19
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    Did you hear about the guy who went on a diet and lost 250 lbs of ugly fat in one day...







    ...his wife left him.

  7. #20
    Wanna lose 10lb of ugly fat.........cut off your head.

    Hey fags, I been working out and watching my diet.
    And after 2 weeks, I notice a difference, really.
    Lost 5-7 lbs, toned up some and feel more energetic.
    Hardest part is getting started. I have done this in the past many times but over the last couple years I slacked off and let it go. When I got my C-level report of 264 I decided time to get with the program again.
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