Eat to Live

August 3rd 2005 / 1 minute to read

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!

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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?

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Timm

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.

Reply to Timm
Heather

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

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Davetta

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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