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Posted: 2011-06-22 06:18:00
just wondered if anyone had a diet plan that would benifit me.
i used to fight at 72kg(11st2lb)ish. i stopped fighting about 3nhalf years ago and now weigh about 15stone. i know longer train in mt as got work commitments and kids etc.. i have been back jogging for about 2weeks now and do about 30mins jogging every morning. and play football monday nights. so have started training again, obviously not like i used to. anyone got a weekly diet plan to follow so i'll still lose weight but have energy?
Mark L.
Posted: 2011-06-22 06:36:56
get off processed food (especially processed grains, sugar, milk and salt)
eat real food (meat, veg, fruit)

get in lots of water

cravings = typically an incorrect mix of carbs, fats, proteins

usually too many carbs
Posted: 2011-06-24 10:52:40
Hey Mark

Going off what you said (meat, veg and fruit) what would be a typical days food for you? I always have good intentions but run out of ideas?
The Crippler
Posted: 2011-06-24 14:08:48
Get in touch with Rich Cadden mate (Noi666), cant find the link to his mind body diet but it very good.
Posted: 2011-06-25 11:38:20
could do with that also. the diet we used to use when training for a fight you could drop a stone in a week but everytime i thing of that thai curry, i nearly puke. excuse me off to the loo. lol
Mark L.
Posted: 2011-06-26 10:41:32
I wrote out a sample day the other day and it didn't go through...

The thing is food is extremely conditioned and extremely social and has very many emotional components.

I only say this because though you can eat extremely healthy and amazing food it takes too much time and effort for most people.

To eat healthy in less time means giving up some pleasures (who has time to cook nice meals all the time?)

Any way you can think of cooking meat and veg is the huge base - mix in as many herbs as you can... some fruit as needed/seasonal.

But there are a million ideas out there.

Over all I think the paleolithic diet is a good base to follow.

Seasonal and old school.

Rotating is great, especially meats...

Meaning one day eat beef, one day chicken etc
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