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I’m dying to lose some fat >.<?

Used to be an avid Gym-goer, now due to World of Warcarft and an insane price hike (turned 18 :x) can no longer go to the gym. I’ve been cutting down on foods lately, no more sodas, and i generally snack on home-made noodles with veg, or rixe in soya sauce.

Any tips on good foods for getting rid of fat? Stuff that’s filling and low caloried ofc ^^

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3 Responses to “I’m dying to lose some fat >.<?”

  1. **B** said:

    John McDougall, MD
    John McDougall has two formal dietary plans that he recommends: the 21-Day Diet and the McDougal Plan for Maximum Weight Loss (MWL). Both of these plans are nearly vegan, based solely on grains, vegetables, fruits, and beans. The MWL plan is for those persons with stubborn weight problems that don’t respond to the 21-day diet and severely limits consumption of grain products other than grains cooked whole — even bread made from whole wheat is eliminated.

    Food Guidelines
    DON’T EAT:
    Milk (for cereal or cooking)
    Milk (as beverage)
    Butter
    Cheese
    Cottage cheese
    Yogurt
    Sour cream
    Ice cream
    Eggs (in cooking)
    Eggs (for eating)
    Meat, poultry, fish
    Mayonnaise
    Vegetable oils (for pans)
    Vegetable oils (in recipes)
    White rice (refined)
    White flour (refined)
    Refined and sugar-coated cereals
    Coconut
    Coffee, decaffeinated coffee, and black teas
    Colas and un-colas
    NOT ALLOWED ON THE DIET, BUT ALLOWABLE OCCASIONALLY AFTERWARD:
    These high-fat plant foods (high in natural vegetable oils) can be used occasionally and/or in small amounts after you have completed the diet and regained your health and appearance.

    Soybeans
    Soybean derivatives (tofu, tempeh, miso, high-fat soy milk)
    Nuts and nut butters
    Seeds
    Olives
    Avocado
    McDougall Program for Maximum Weight Loss

    Foods you should eat
    All whole grains and whole-grain cereals, such as brown rice, corn, oatmeal, barley, millet, and wheat berries; many packaged grain cereals, puffed grains, and other healthful cereals.
    Squashes, such as acorn, butternut, buttercup, pumpkin, and zucchini.
    Root vegetables, such as potatoes, sweet potatoes, and yams.
    Legumes, such as peas, split peas, black-eyed peas, string beans, and such beans as chick-peas, lentils, and adzuki, navy, pinto, and black beans.
    Green and yellow vegetables, such as collard greens, broccoli, kale, mustard greens, cabbage, various types of lettuce, and watercress; celery, cauliflower, carrots, and asparagus, and tomato.
    Fruit, such as apples, bananas, berries, grapefruit, oranges, peaches, and pears. (Limited to two servings per day.)
    For most people, simple sugars, salt, and spices used sparingly at the table rather than in cooking.

    Avoid the following:
    All red meat, including beef pork, and lamb. All are rich in fat, cholesterol, and other harmful constituents.
    All poultry and fish. Poultry has about the same amount of cholesterol as red meat, while fish varies, depending on the type. Some fish are higher in cholesterol than red meat, others lower.
    All dairy products, including milk, yogurt, and cheese. All are loaded with fat and cholesterol. Low-fat dairy products are not recommended because of potential health hazards, including allergies, childhood diabetes, arthritis, and lactose intolerance.
    All oil, including olive, safflower, peanut, and corn oil. Oil is simply a liquid form of fat.
    All eggs. Eggs are abundant in fat and cholesterol.
    Nuts, seeds, avocados, olives, and soybean products (including tofu, soy cheese, and soy milk). Soybean products are high in fat, unless they have been specially processed (low-fat varieties are also not recommended).
    All dried fruit and fruit juices
    All flour products, such as breads, bagels, and pretzels. The less a food is processed the better it is for weight loss. Flour products are composed of fragments of grain, or relatively small particles, which increase absorption and slow weight loss.

  2. jacj ainshowor said:

    get involved in stuff.

  3. jhetta49 said:

    alright i feel your pain…i’m a college student and am a calorie counting nazi so here’s what i eat that’s low budget and helps me lose weight
    easy mac–220 calories
    granola bars–200 calories
    cup of noodles–400 calories
    egg whites–almost none ~20/egg
    skim milk–80 calories
    cheerios–100 calories
    coffee/tea–none (black)

    while these foods are processed for the most part, at the end of the day its the amount of calories you put in and take out taht matters. eating carbs and no fat can still cause weight gain cause after too much carb intake, your body treats it as fat. i’m not saying that these foods are healthy per se but they tend to be low in calories and can be beneficial when trying to lose weight. you don’t need a gym to lose weight. you can exert resistance through your body for weight training and running/walking can be done without machines…hope this helps




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