Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Weight Loss Discussion' started by Steve Armstrong, Apr 4, 2012.
Damn it PUB, have you never encountered sarcasm before?
Lmao... my area is known for our incredibly harsh sarcasm so I usually only expect it from my peoples.
Right over my head monsoon!
Have I told you lately that I love you ?
After a massive weight loss over the past 7 years, I've basically taken bread out of my diet. Occassionally, I might eat a Subway 6 inch sandwich but that's about it.
No so go ahead. I will wait!
After reading a lot of the things you and a couple other guys were posting about nutrition I really started to get off the boards and do my own research. Add to that I am also a kinesiology major and have included a lot of nutrition coursework...
Over the last two months or so I have dropped from 270 to right around 240 now. And it was easy. No suffering. No serious deprivation. I still eat great food. I just balance these things out throughout the day and voila. Progress!
So thank you actually!
That's awesome! Glad someone actually applied it, and correctly, and you realized it works. lol
It is really too bad the vast majority of gluttons in america cannot grasp this concept... well done Pillar...
i avoid bread generally, specially near bed time. but have it almost every day in minimal amounts (like an almond butter sandwich) and i make it multigrain and high fiber.
it can be. drinking simple carbs like pop is going to be worst. then general bread and pasta IMO
You hit the nail on the head!!! That's what I've done and I feel so much better and lost over 20lbs of fat very quickly. Wheat is the cause of many dietary related problems... Sugar is bad as well.
If i want to get ripped bread is off the menu
Blaming a particular food for making you fat is the dumbest thing since sliced bread.
Bread is my biggest weakness. I wish I had the diet motivation like I do for the gym.
Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk