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I wanted to start a thread to see if anyone else looking after their waistline has tried "Intermittent Fasting." There are several variants (Warrior Diet, 6/18, 5/2, LeanGains, etc.), but the basic premise is simple: rather than limit calorie intake here and there, go for the extreme and average a caloric deficit over a longer timeframe. My routine is: five days a week, I eat normally. Two days a week, I limit myself to 600 calories. Here's how it works: Let's say that, to maintain weight, I had to eat 2300 calories a day, or about 16k a week. If I wanted to lose weight, say about 3-4 lbs
Zero calorie pasta. Zero calorie pasta! Zero calorie pasta!!! If you read my post on Intermittent Fasting, you might be wondering what the heck I eat on those fast days. My main meal is so filling I can barely move after I eat it. "Filling! But, how can you possibly feel full from a meal that's only 600 calories?" I don't. I feel full after eating a meal that's barely 50 calories. Technically the pasta itself is 0 calories - I just add a ton of veggies. Miracle Noodles are a brand of Ameri-friendly shirataki noodles. It's zero calorie pasta made from plant fiber from the konjac yam. Yes, z
Ok, so just to start this topic off on the right note. I know Paleo isn't really how caveman ate. I also know this is a tiny bit silly. But my very best friend eats fairly different from me and wanted to do the Whole 30 diet. She asked me to come along for the ride as it isn't that different from my everyday diet (although life without diet coke and lactose free cheese, is that really life?). Considering I have been so busy I haven't been able to make my normal gym schedule, I said ok. So this thread is for what you make when doing a similar no carb, no added sugar, etc. I will post my