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Ah, yes. Apple are my faves. If they ever start doing corned beef ones I will be in nirvana. Do you think Greggs will ever open a few branches here?

They now have a vegan sausage roll, Jesus bloody wept!

 

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So OP, why subject yourself to this type of diet? Doctor mandated? Health issues? What was your calorie intake before this new 1200 target?. As I was told, anything that you eat that tastes good is bad for you. 😁

 

All kidding aside its all about portion size and some basic exercise. You can eat anything you want in moderation. I could not imagine giving up foods I enjoy, I simply wouldn't do it. However my diet probably hovers in the 1000 to 1400 calorie range anyway plus I am physically active. 

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1 minute ago, JAFO said:

So OP, why subject yourself to this type of diet? Doctor mandated? Health issues? What was your calorie intake before this new 1200 target?. As I was told, anything that you eat that tastes good is bad for you. 😁

 

All kidding aside its all about portion size and some basic exercise. You can eat anything you want in moderation. I could not imagine giving up foods I enjoy, I simply wouldn't do it. However my diet probably hovers in the 1000 to 1400 calorie range anyway plus I am physically active. 

Got to lose 20 kilo and knock my chloresterol down and just had a stent last weekend.

 

I got no problem with the sodas, they are bad for you. and the 7-11 pies...welll....but a thick juicy 1 kilo Prime rib?......ugggggg, save me

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1 minute ago, Sheryl said:

Was the 1200 calories the cardiologists suggestion???

he said 1200 would be great, 1500 is OK.

 

2 minutes ago, Sheryl said:

The best diet is the one you can actually stick to which is obviously not this.

Oh Im sticking to it, Im just miserable 🙂

 

But I just treated myself to a grilled pork steak. Good thing I walked off some calories

3 minutes ago, Sheryl said:

Just no processed foods and avoid or at least minimize saturated fats --  but do consume some unsaturated fats, it will help you feel full plus a balanced diet requires fatty acids

Thats what hurts...I feel like Im withdrawing from processed foods.

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1 minute ago, Nyezhov said:

Got to lose 20 kilo and knock my chloresterol down and just had a stent last weekend.

Well good luck on your goal. As with anything its about gradual reduction not just a hard stop. Its not healthy and puts stress on you. Weight loss should be a gradual process because with that discipline it will stay off. If you lose weight quickly, it is likely you will gain a good portion back. Its a lifestyle change.

 

 

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1 minute ago, JAFO said:

Well good luck on your goal. As with anything its about gradual reduction not just a hard stop. Its not healthy and puts stress on you. Weight loss should be a gradual process because with that discipline it will stay off. If you lose weight quickly, it is likely you will gain a good portion back. Its a lifestyle change.

 

 

Honestly I was pounding down waaaay to many sodas and not enough fruits and veggies. Im hoping that this is just sugar withdrawal

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Do not care what anyone says , I have used herbal life in the past to shed some 35 kg, used it again 2 months ago and lost 24kg, no starving , easy and it works and no you do not gain back the weight unless you start eating like a pig again

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2 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

when I first came to Thailand I was 58 and they looked at me at immigration and said I was too young for a retirement visa. they were serious.

How old are you now 🙂

2 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

breakfast is two eggs, salmon. spinach and one whole tomato. substitute broccoli, sweet potatoes.

sometimes oats and oat bran. Being bad is corn flakes and Almond milk. 

 

lunch is 1/2 roast chicken, salad, oil and vinegar, Japanese sweet potatoes. broccoli. vegetables lightly steamed or raw.  

 

Dinner is more chicken or fish. salad. broccoli. vegetables lightly steamed or raw.  

desert is purple grapes.

Thays really what I am trying to accomplish. For example todays lunch was oatmeal with some honey. Todays lunch was a can of drained tuna in spring water, salad, one tablespoon mayo. Dinner was a pork steak and fruit.

 

I think its the cold turkey on the processed and refined stuff that is getting me.

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1 hour ago, Nyezhov said:

Cardiologist said no keto. Balanced healthy diet. I feel like I'm withdrawing from drugs. the thought of stir fried Chinese broccoli and a piece of chicken breast for dinner tonight makes me want to fly off the balcony. maybe I'll go see if the fruit guy is outside and I'll gorge myself on papaya.

He's having a laugh. First thing I ate, within an hour of having a stent fitted, was a BLT and a can of fat Coke. Did have the BLT with wholemeal bread, though.

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10 minutes ago, Sheryl said:

 

 

But cutting out the processed food, that really is necessary and nto just for weight loss. Processed foods are very unhealthy.

 

You need to find healthy foods that you actually like. And a diet you can stay on long term, otherwise even if you lose weight you'll put it right back on again.

I could live on Srai Grok and Sankaya 🙂

 

Or Prime Rib and French fries 🙂

 

The pork steak hit the spot. Now I am munching grapes 🙂 I feel revived.

 

I think the thing is just getting used to eat healthier

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1 minute ago, Spidey said:

He's having a laugh. First thing I ate, within an hour of having a stent fitted, was a BLT and a can of fat Coke. Did have the BLT with wholemeal bread, though.

I love you..... in a decent manly way of course.

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