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  • I eat meat all the time! Almost every day or two!

    19 63.33%
  • I eat meat a lot, probably at least once or twice a week.

    3 10.00%
  • I eat meat occasionally, maybe once every 2 weeks or more.

    3 10.00%
  • I eat meat rarely (i.e. once a month or less)

    2 6.67%
  • I hardly ever eat meat (only a couple of times a year or less)

    0 0%
  • I donft eat meat at all.

    2 6.67%
  • I am a flexitarian/semi-vegetarian.

    0 0%
  • I am a pescatarian.

    1 3.33%
  • I am a lacto-ovo vegetarian.

    1 3.33%
  • I am a lacto vegetarian.

    0 0%
  • I am a vegan.

    1 3.33%
  • I am a fruitarian.

    0 0%
  • I follow/have a macrobiotic diet.

    0 0%
  • I follow/have a Raw or Living Food Diet.

    0 0%
  • I am trying to change/improve my diet currently.

    8 26.67%
  • I am satisfied/happy with my diet currently.

    12 40.00%
  • I chose my way of diet due to health/personal reasons.

    10 33.33%
  • I chose my way of diet due to reasons concerning morality.

    6 20.00%
  • I chose my way of diet due to religious reasons.

    0 0%
  • Otherc

    1 3.33%
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Thread: Do you eat meat or follow any codes/ways of diet?

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    Try working out. Doesn't have to be anything fancy, but just a slight increase in your daily physical activity can help you drop weight fairly quickly. Maybe take up jogging or just park your car a block or two from your destination and walk the rest of the way. The most importaint thing is to not overdo it though, the reason most weight-loss plans fail is because the person tries to push themselves too hard or lose weight too fast--causing a natural rebound where you end up binging and putting all the weight back on. Just take it slow and gradual and you'd be suprised how easy it is.
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    Thanks for the advice Reiku - I think I'll opt for the exercise bike, then I can read at the same time

    Index - it's nice to see you! I hope the diet works for you, but I have heard some negative things about it. Here's some info:

    A couple of balanced assessments: http://www.webmd.com/content/article/92/101979.htm
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/horizon...instrans.shtml

    An anti-Atkins site: http://www.atkinsexposed.org/

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    Thanks Tsuyoiko. I have heard things too, both bad and good. Just a matter of keeping an eye on everything I think, to make sure I don't get sick. I don't plan on staying on the first phase for years to come anyway.

    As an aside, I've noticed some anti-Atkins writers claim that Atkins recommended gorging yourself and eating unlimited amounts of eggs, meat etc. That is not true though, he recommended eating just the amont to feel satifsifed but not stuffed. As one of the links you put up points out (and something I have found), the diet suppresses your appetite, so you are unlikely to overeat, or let alone gorge yourself. Each to their own though, it's easy enough to get on a diet and then get checkup with your doctor to make sure everything is regular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Index
    Thanks Tsuyoiko. I have heard things too, both bad and good. Just a matter of keeping an eye on everything I think, to make sure I don't get sick. I don't plan on staying on the first phase for years to come anyway.
    As an aside, I've noticed some anti-Atkins writers claim that Atkins recommended gorging yourself and eating unlimited amounts of eggs, meat etc. That is not true though, he recommended eating just the amont to feel satifsifed but not stuffed. As one of the links you put up points out (and something I have found), the diet suppresses your appetite, so you are unlikely to overeat, or let alone gorge yourself. Each to their own though, it's easy enough to get on a diet and then get checkup with your doctor to make sure everything is regular.
    I think the theory behind the atkins diet was that protein is a hunger supressant and also good for giving you lots of long term energy- so with a high protein diet you would feel less hungry and put on less weight.
    With such a diet though you must keep a steady eye on nutrition though as it cuts out a lot of food sources.
    I take it you are on the atkins diet for weight loss? Is it good?

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    It seems to be working, but I haven't paid a huge amount of attention to my weight. I think I have lost 5-7 kgs in the four or five weeks I have been on it, but at the same time I have not been too fanatical with it. It's fairly easy to stick to, and definitely suppresses your appetite. I veered off a bit during Easter though. Also I have found that I have more energy (except for the first week when I felt awful), and I don't get sleepy in the late afternoon.

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    I think there is definitely something to the protein thing. I always include some protein in each meal, and it does seem to cut down on snacking. I used to eat toast for breakfast, and would be hungry again after about 10 minutes. Now I eat muesli with lots of oats, nuts and seeds and some skimmed milk, and it keeps me feeling full for much longer. Eating out can be a problem though, although it is getting better. A lot of places seem to think that cheese is the only meat substitute Wetherspoons five bean chilli is good though - and dead cheap.

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    Hi Everyone! I love meat (chicken moustly)
    And I know best chicken recipe.
    Check it here - https://club.cooking/recipe/bone-in-chicken-breast/
    Delicious!))
    Bone-In-Chicken-Breast-02-vertical-768x929.jpg

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