Randypanz's own diet


 Summary:

This is a Healthy Eating Lifestyle. Using a balanced approach to achieve immediate and long lasting results.

Based on a low carb - high protein meal plan that only requires you to read the labels, make good choices, and record what you eat.

The right ratios of protein to carbs and fat will balance your diet and save you money and calories.

(Randypanz's food tips)

 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
Beverages
Others, Snacks, Sweets, etc

Not OK
Unfavorable
Moderation
OK
Favorable

Recent Activity for Randypanz's own diet

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 How To Follow Randypanz's own diet:

Stay away from sugar and starches - get your carbs from good sources.
Read the labels or look up foods on Fat-Secret to know your numbers.
Make your calories count, high protein, vegetables and nuts or whole grains.
Record everything you eat and all that you do and track your results.
     
  by member Randypanz
I am a 53 yr. old father of three and have recently put a stop to my endless spiral of poor health and moderate obesity. I wasn't always overweight and sluggish and I want to chisel away at the old Randy and find the person I was as a younger, healthier ...
member since: 11 Sep 13
 

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Recent Recipes

FatSecret members recently rated these recipes for Randypanz's own diet:
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Cilantro Lime Slow-Cooker Chicken
Chicken, slow-cooked in cilantro, lime, and salsa to super tenderness and fork shredded.
cals: 451kcal | fat: 4.70g | carbs: 7.69g | prot: 87.26g
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Beef & Broccoli Crock Pot
A hearty crock pot with beef and broccoli.
cals: 199kcal | fat: 4.51g | carbs: 12.08g | prot: 27.47g
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Pork Loin with Red Wine Gravy
Tasty pork loin that's good with either rice or pasta and green beans.
cals: 394kcal | fat: 8.26g | carbs: 6.74g | prot: 48.36g
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Seasoned Pork Tenderloin
The spices in this pork tenderloin make for irresistible flavors.
cals: 197kcal | fat: 4.91g | carbs: 7.08g | prot: 29.80g
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Stuffed Chicken Parmesan
Italian food has never been so good on your waistline.
cals: 238kcal | fat: 9.30g | carbs: 9.75g | prot: 29.23g
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Randypanz's top tips

1.Limit your carb intake, derived only from good sources, and keep it under 100g per day.
2.Maintain the right ratios and balance. 45%-50% Protein, 35% Fats, Less than 25% Carbs based on your RDI - 2:1 Protein over carbs.
3.Record all that you eat and drink in the diet calendar. Even water, ketchup, and butter for cooking, etc... be honest, you are looking for a balance.
4.High protein intake; try and reach 0.5g per lb. of body weight each day if possible. Most importantly keep it higher than your carbs and fat.
5.Use the exercise log and record all your activities; hours of sleep, standing, sitting - then try and get off your butt throughout the day.
6.Use the journal and record your progress; and when you stumble, "Motivate yourself"! Weigh in every 4-6 days and record it.

About / History

Through research of several approaches such as Atkins, GI, meal plans, smoothie or meal replacements, etc... and through reading articles online, Men's Health, low sodium diet plans, you name it; I put together a plan of action.

     
  Why choose "Randypanz's own diet"?
 Promotes long term weight loss
 Promotes rapid weight loss
 A healthy living alternative
 A roadmap for a healthier lifestyle

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