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post #5571 of 5579 (permalink) Old 08-13-2018, 11:40 PM
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Anyone got any good ideas for healthy snacking stuff? I'm thinking low or no carb, like keto type stuff.

I like to think I'm fairly fit and not too overweight but my big problem is my dad bod fatty middle, biggish hips, belly fat like a lot of men have issues with. I grew up fat and overweight (118 kgs at my worst - I'm about 94kgs now - 6"3 btw) so it seems to be left over from that period and I hate the way it looks and feels.

Another thing I know I need to do is reduce things like hot chips, bread, crisps, sugar. I don't eat a lot but I do eat too much - when I get hungry though my discipline is poor and I just think ''fuk it'!
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Many people regularly eat candy but my version of candy is fundamentally apples and almonds. Sometimes trail mix. Dried fruits (dried cranberries are a favorite). Half of a handful of walnuts from time to time. Dairy is primarily limited to mornings, during which time a small cup of non-fat Greek yogurt and a small glass of milk is nourishing. Boiled eggs--one or two every two or three mornings. Avocado is a winning snack/almost small meal, providing numerous benefits while tasting good. Guacamole is delicious--not exactly stunningly healthful but not bad in moderation, and one can bake some slivers of chicken breast with which to spear some guacamole. Some leaves of curly kale may provide sustenance, and I like to make salads of Chinese cabbage, red leaf lettuce, tomato slices and onion slices. Squeeze a lemon, whisk the lemon juice with a couple of teaspoons of Worcestershire sauce and a teaspoon of all-natural honey, and you have yourself a good dressing. Doubtless leaving some things out but this is not an altogether shabby start!



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Trail mix is the way to go for snacks Costco has a great trail mix with dried mangos

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Trail mix is the way to go for snacks Costco has a great trail mix with dried mangos
Driving down to Los Angeles in late June I stopped only once at a gas station in Lost Hills, California. They had huge bags of trail mix for $1.50 each so I grabbed four of them (sort of wish I had bought more). Such a good snack while driving down that straight line at about 80 miles per hour.



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Anyone got any good ideas for healthy snacking stuff? I'm thinking low or no carb, like keto type stuff.
As far as no carb snacks, boiled eggs would be the best for sure. For a little amount carbs nuts are good. Berries have the lowest amount of carbs of any fruit.

Recently I buy protein shakes as a meal replacement, they're higher in carbs but have more protein and they kept me satiated so I don't snack at all until the next meal. Snacking is just bad in general, because every time you eat you spike insulin and it can stop fat burning. 50 years ago people didn't snack, it used to be 3 square meals a day and that was it and obesity was very rare back then. Bodybuilders can get away with 6 meals a day because they train a lot, but for the average joe not training and with a sedentary job, there is no need to eat 3 meals and several snacks throughout the day. So I make a habit now with myself to never snack and just eat 3 meals and that's it (though its more like 2 proper meals with a meal replacement lately and intermittent fasting to increase fat burning).

Must be nice to be 6'3, when I was in the 90kg area I was pretty much obese.
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hey , i have been trying to lose weight mostly because an unhappy with my body am 4 "11 and 91kg i have in the past have had an eating disorder but am now better from that
am vegan and i dont drink alcohol i have lost weight recently i was 97kgs before am obese i try and walk more and more and am trying to change the fat i do have into mussle and work out more often i do have mobility issues due back pain and balance i have fell over 5 times this year one i ended up with big bruise all the way down my leg after falling over a step yeah am some what clumsy as well
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The best advice I can give people for being healthy is to be active and to count your calories. If you do those two things, odds are you will end up fit.

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Sorry if this has been discussed already but I wasn't going to read 500+ pages. Lol. Has anyone been following a keto diet? I started on it the first week of May and have lost 65lbs so far. It's honestly way easier than I expected.

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Truthfully, the biggest positive change in my diet was cutting out sodas.

You'd be surprised how much of a difference that makes.

Switch to water everyone. You can't go wrong with high quality H2O!

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Has anyone been following a keto diet? I started on it the first week of May and have lost 65lbs so far. It's honestly way easier than I expected.
No. I do follow more of a lower carb, higher protein sort of diet, but I know that is more Atkins than Keto as Keto is high fat. I follow a few Keto channels on YouTube though.

Just getting the processed carbs out of the diet makes a big difference though. I rarely ever eat junk and I don't eat rice, potatoes or pasta either. Bread is only very occasional if I'm eating a sandwich out and the only carbs I eat on a regular basis is oats and beans and the rest of my diet is healthy veg, protein and good fats.
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