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I am about 90% sure I am going to start Eat to Live. My main issues will be with dairy and meat and breakfast hahaha. I have a lot of weight to get rid of I mean LOTS, so I would appreciate any support and helpful food suggestions!

posted on August 3rd 2005 at 2:35PM CDT

I would suggest Shrink Your Female Fat Zones by Denise Austin mainly because it has a workout plan along with a eating plan with recipes(it’s not a strict diet since their are three different calorie intakes avaible).

Good Luck with losing weight. Did you read all of the reviews for the Eat to Live from amazon?

posted on August 3rd 2005 at 4:10PM CDT

Wholegrain cereal with skimmed or semi-skimmed milk for breakfast – my own preference (whilst not purely wholegrain) is a mix of Kellogs Special K Red Berries/Crunchy Nut Cornflakes with Red Berries/All-Bran.

Fruit Smoothie for lunch – 1/3 pt Cranberry juice, 1 Banana, Handful each of 2 from Raspberries/Blackberries/Strawberries, 1 tablespoon natural yoghurt ->this makes a little over 1pt….

Supper/Dinner/Tea – whatever I can be bothered with – some days I’ll just eat a piece of toast, whilst others I’ll be real chocaholic :blush:

Guess I’m one of those fortunate adherents of the “Seefood Diet” – “Seefood and eat it!” => 6’4” and 182lbs with nominal glucose/cholesterol levels.

posted on August 3rd 2005 at 7:14PM CDT

I eat a lot of fruit for breakfast, usually with yogurt. Sometimes I do half a bagel with some cream cheese and then strawberries or something.

I also do a lot of stir frys and roasted veggie dishes. I’ll roast some peppers,onions,zucchini and put it on a wheat rolls

Also I do things like the lentil soup or soup with rice noodles or quinoa.

Good luck =D

posted on August 5th 2005 at 10:24AM CDT

1. Drink plenty of fluids.
2. Walk instead of taking the escalator, elevator, or a vehicle (whenever possible).
3. Give up food made of/containing sugar, cut way back on starchy foods, eat tons of fresh green veggies, eat more fish and less red meat.

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