Forget diets—change your lifestyle. Cut out all refined sugar, refined starches, white potatoes, etc. Here’s a guy who offers a Science based approach that really works—without counting calories.
If you’re not interested in going vegan, at least listen to some of his short (3 minutes or less) nutrition videos.
Hope this helps.
Up until the 1990s Oreos contained lard—but then Nabisco changed the recipe to make them healthy.
Please tell me you didn't just suggest Oreos are healthy?
You mean I can shove my face with Oreos guilt free and in the knowledge I'll live a long and healthy life? Sounds too good to be true...
I'd rather stick to honey and not contribute to further bee unemployment..
Neither would I but then neither me nor the bee would exist. Anyway, I'm going to put it out there and suggest that Oreos cause at least as much suffering in the world as honey.
I'm in Italy so I guess I can't have vegan Oreos...
No-- No Oreos for you!
The most success I've had was as follows:
Cut out sugar and artificial sweeteners (except for sugar found naturally in fruits and veggies)
Focus on fruits and veggies for snacks AND meals, making meat more of a side dish and sometimes excluding it.
Lots of fiber and whole grains.
Avoid processed food as much as possible.
I should point out my goals are to maintain muscle but lose excess fat. If I wanted to gain muscle i'd change my view on meat consumption.
Serving Size, 2 weeks of stomach size adjustment, Outer Ring, filling foods and My Fitness Pal.
The old thought process was what meat followed with what "side dishes". Really it is a perspective change.
Those changes are a life style change but worth it.