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post #31 of 33 Old 02-09-2017, 08:23 PM
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I also do so. I realized that this was the best option.
Water and coffee here. Full heavy cream at times in the coffee, otherwise straight. I limit carbs in the forms of sugars and grains. Our bodies preferred fuel is fat.

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post #32 of 33 Old 02-10-2017, 11:15 AM
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I also do so. I realized that this was the best option.

Not to mention your teeth will
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No processed sugar. Zero, ever. I know this sounds extreme but there is science behind it: sugar causes most people to have a response that makes them desire more sugar or carbs, almost immediately. Basically, it makes you feel hungrier than you really are. If you cut out sugar completely, you'll discover after about a week that you no longer crave it.

Here's the even worse part. All sorts of things have processed sugar. To succeed, you'll need to read a lot of labels and then cut out those foods. Sadly, cereal, almost any cereal, is right out.

Depending on how you are made, your particular body might have the same reaction to milk (which contains lactose, a sugar very similar to sucrose table sugar) and processed carbs (bread, pasta). If so, you need to cut those out totally as well.

Sorry for the bad news but if you do this, losing weight is far, far easier than if you don't.

Beyond that, protein and leafy greens should become your staples. You get used to it quick. This is how movie stars eat, and it works. First week or so is a rough adjustment though.

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