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Ste-v-b's own diet
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This diet is just about the "math". Be honest with yourself, make smart choices most days (blow-outs once in a while are fine) and on the whole, burn more calories than you consume and you WILL LOSE WEIGHT.
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Foods you can have
Breads, Grains, Cereals, Pasta, Rice
Meat and Fish
Fruit and Fruit Juices
Vegetables and Legumes (e.g. Beans)
Dairy Products - Milk, Cheese, etc
Eggs and Egg Substitutes
Nuts and Seeds
Fats and Oils
Herbs, Spices, Sauces
Others, Snacks, Sweets, etc
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How To Follow Ste-v-b's own diet:
Be 100% HONEST when entering your foods and food quantities - err on the side of over estimating the calories if you have to make guesses.
Have some sort of regular work-out routine that you can follow 4-5 days a week as well.
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Ste-v-b's top tips
Eat the same foods you have always eaten but keep track of EXACTLY what and how much you ate for each meal (buy a counter scale to help track oz. / g of each food)
Once you've eaten 100% of your calories for the day you are DONE for the day.
If you were hungry at the end of yesterday, make smarter choices today and choose foods that allow for more volume per calorie (you'll feel fuller by the end of each meal and at the end of the day)
If you know you are going to be going out for a big dinner, keep the calories down at breakfast and lunch (low calories does not mean "rabbit food" - a three egg-white, 2 slice of bacon and pinch of Mexican cheese omelet is ~200 calories and VERY filling - lots of protein too)
If you DO blow-out your calorie count one day, don't do it again the next... get back on track (1 blow-out day a week will not kill a weight loss diet plan)
If you know what you are having for a certain meal, enter it in before eating other meals, it will help inform how many calories you have left in those other meals. (when I go to a certain restaurant, I ALWAYS get veal parm, pasta, bread and a couple glasses of wine - when I know I am going there, I put the meal in before breakfast to help me know how much breakfast/lunch I should have)
About / History
I've tried "diets" where you had to eat foods I normally would not eat, or could not eat foods that I wanted to eat - THAT IS NOT SUSTAINABLE FOR ME!
I wanted a method where I could eat WHAT I wanted, knowing fully that the volume of those foods would have to go down (as I got into it, I found some of my favorite foods were LOWER in calories than I thought, so I just chose to eat more of them and less of the other - i.e. STEAK! CHICKEN!)
I lost ~6lbs / month for 4 straight months and never felt like I was depriving myself.
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