rpok wrote:Because its easy to ignore the fatty foods (i rarely eat pizza, burger, fries, sweets, chocolates, etc), but its very difficult to not eat starchy carbs. Relying on proteins for dinner also helps.
Minkey Chief wrote:I think it was uhk who put me onto the Paleo diet book. Uhk? Was it you? First VFFs, then Paleo?
Ripper wrote:Hypothyroidism causes weight gain. Hyperthyroidism- weight loss
vkalia wrote:So in an effort to snap out of my "must have bread with every meal or I don't feel satisfied" rut, I've just gotten some protein powders and plan to use them as meal replacement.
Gonna cut down on the breakfast toast from 4 to 2 (unbuttered) to go with the 2-egg omelet.
Add a late-morning fruit and muesli bowl
Lunch - come down to 2 rotis.
Early dinner - cut down from 3 rotis to 1, and maybe even zero (kebabs + dal)
Protein shake a couple of hours before going to sleep
What do you guys think?
bikeyvenky wrote:Vandit, why protein powers/shakes? Why not meat or similar protein sources along with veggies and fruit?
deepakvrao wrote:After a great dinner of Raan, I wonder if it's all worth watching.
RNair wrote:Vandit, Both of us know very well where the real problem lies. I know for a fact that from the level of cycling fitness we possess today, to get any better from here requires a lot of sacrifices. You have to weigh and see if a few statistics are worth those sacrifices.
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