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alex cueva
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Username: lex

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Registered: 06-2004

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Posted on Friday, June 04, 2004 - 03:46 pm:   View Post/Check IP    Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

what do u guys think? i really need some opinions guys thnx!

7:30 am
-1 cup Kashi GoLean Cereal 190 Cal, 3 Fat, 36 Carbs, 9 Protein
-1 scoop Protein Powder 120 Cal, 2 Fat, 4 Carbs, 20 Protein
-2 scoop mixed w/ non fat dry milk 122 Cal, 0 Fat, 18 Carbs, 12 Protein

10:30 am
-1/2 cup mixed nuts 407 Cal, 35 Fat, 17 Carbs, 12 Protein

1:30 pm
-1 can of tuna 221 Cal, 5 Fat, 0 Carbs, 41 Protein
-2 slices of wheat bread 130 Cal, 2 Fat, 24 Carbs, 5 Protein

4:30 pm
-1 cup low fat yogurt 250 Cal, 3 Fat, 47 Carbs, 11 Protein
-1 slice of wheat bread 65 Cal, 1 Fat, 12 Carbs, 2.5 Protein
-2 tbsp natural PB 200 Cal, 15 Fat, 6 Carbs, 9 Protein

7:30 pm
-2 Chicken Breasts 195 Cal, 5 Fat, .5 Carbs, 35 Protein
-1 cup white rice 206 Cal, .5 Fat, 45 Carbs, 4 Protein
-1.5 cup tossed salad 34 Cal, 0 Fat, 7 Carbs, 2.5 Protein

TOTAL 2140 Cal, 71.5 Fat, 216.5 Carbs, 163 Protein
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Posted on Monday, February 21, 2005 - 09:43 am:   View Post/Check IP    Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

increase your fresh foods, tomato or green beans with teh tuna, berries or peach with your protein powder etc. try for a mix of brown and white rice, and if you could split the meals into 6 rather than 5 eg have a snack at 9pm instead of such a lot of protein at breakfast. Good you are having the nuts, maybe grind up a few and have on your bread sometimes. you could try sour dough rye bread for a change of pace, low gi and very filling.
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Kristina D
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Posted on Thursday, February 02, 2006 - 10:01 am:   View Post/Check IP    Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

It's taken me almost a year, but I've now lost 50 lbs, and at a rate where I have confidence I won't gain it back.
I've knocked out all soda and fruit juices. I've also cut way down on bread, rice, noodles, crackers, cereal, etc. I now base my meals around a vegetable main course and have small portions of meats as sides. Pay close attention to the sugar. The lower, the better. I also think apple cider vinegar and green tea (I learned to tolerate it) assisted.
Good luck and feel free to email if you want further details.

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