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    Re: OT: anyone interested in free personal training?

    Quote Originally Posted by FredOfErik View Post
    Oooh!

    I'm not looking to lose weight or anything but I would be very interested if you could share some low/none carb recipes with me. My roommate just went on a diet, and I have no idea what to cook (I don't wanna cook for just me).
    Practice "Safe Six"

    1. Chicken
    2. Beef
    3. Whole eggs
    4. Spinach
    5. Broccoli
    6. Olive oil

    For those six items, you can basically eat infinite amounts and still be considered "low carb". Everything else you need to read the label. I'll look up actual recipes later when I have more time.

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    Re: OT: anyone interested in free personal training?

    Ha ha that is basically what I always eat, minus the spinach and broccoli

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    Re: OT: anyone interested in free personal training?

    Yeah.. My knowledge on what is and isn't low carb is okay, but I'm seriously lacking some inspiration. Tonight he's cooking and he says he's making "soup" but actually he has just boiled some onions, leek and plain chicken in water. I'm not going to be able to eat stuff like that for two entire months

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    Re: OT: anyone interested in free personal training?

    The biggest obstacle to my weight loss plans so far has been my craving for salty things. Sweet things are no problem. But I'd really like a recipe for something salty and satisfying that isn't too terrible for me.

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    Re: OT: anyone interested in free personal training?

    Sunset - it's infinitely easier to get salt than sugar without the extra calories. Even table salt works, and has just about zero calories in it, whereas every teaspoon of sugar has 15. You can add salt to just about anything, just make sure you drink enough water.

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    Re: OT: anyone interested in free personal training?

    I always eat some variation of the following:

    Breakfast: Omelet with ham, cheese, onions and peppers. Use whole eggs!
    Lunch: Chicken stir fry with asian vegetables, soy sauce and spicy sriracha.
    Dinner: Beef taco salad with spinach, sour cream, cheese and jalapenos.
    Snack: String cheese, summer sausage, mixed nuts, in-season vegetables.

    I eat a ton of salt and I don't even care. My blood pressure has gone DOWN since I started eating this way. Just remember to drink like a gallon of water a day, not just diet soda, real actual clear water.

    If you've tried everything, and your creation still tastes awful, remember...When all else fails, add bacon.

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    Re: OT: anyone interested in free personal training?

    Quote Originally Posted by GooberGrape View Post
    I always eat some variation of the following:

    Breakfast: Omelet with ham, cheese, onions and peppers. Use whole eggs!
    Lunch: Chicken stir fry with asian vegetables, soy sauce and spicy sriracha.
    Dinner: Beef taco salad with spinach, sour cream, cheese and jalapenos.
    Snack: String cheese, summer sausage, mixed nuts, in-season vegetables.

    I eat a ton of salt and I don't even care. My blood pressure has gone DOWN since I started eating this way. Just remember to drink like a gallon of water a day, not just diet soda, real actual clear water.

    If you've tried everything, and your creation still tastes awful, remember...When all else fails, add bacon.
    The taco salad is a great idea. Since it's not my diet dinner is the only meal I really care about. Also, bacon.

    Thanks a bunch, and feel free to add more suggestions!

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    Re: OT: anyone interested in free personal training?

    It's been a long time since I tried omelets. Good idea! I already do vegetable stir fry a lot, the soy sauce is good. I think I might try brown rice with it for more fiber.

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    Re: OT: anyone interested in free personal training?

    I'm going to add a signup sheet for those people who want a personalized consultation.

    Warning: I offer friendly advice only, I am not a health professional. Please check with a real doctor before embarking on any diet or exercise regimen.

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    Re: OT: anyone interested in free personal training?

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    FoE                No more water with leek/onion    1/3/13     1/4/13
    


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