Extreme weight loss in India

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    Apr 18, 2013 5:25 PM GMT
    Hey guys. I just finished my research trip tonight and I'm super drunk because i just had a little party about it.

    But i wanted to tell you all I love you

    And ask you this

    While in India I have had to make some pretty harsh dietary choice in the small villages in which i was stationed. there is no meat, mostly rice and bread and some veggies. So in order to avoid getting a rice belly, I only ate vegetables every day since january

    I have lost a ton of fat, but a ton of muscle too.

    I like the low body fat, but how do i move forward from here, and rebuild my muscle tissue? Any suggestions?

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    Apr 18, 2013 7:14 PM GMT
    Protein? I'm on that diet, where your main source of carbs are veggies and fruit and lots of protein. I see you don't have access to meat. What about tofu or soybeans? or any kind of beans really. I eat lots of pinto beans good source of protein and fiber. I eat every two hours where I have a good amount of protein and carbs if I can. And I have to admit i'm seeing some great results.
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    Apr 19, 2013 12:40 PM GMT
    Seric saidProtein? I'm on that diet, where your main source of carbs are veggies and fruit and lots of protein. I see you don't have access to meat. What about tofu or soybeans? or any kind of beans really. I eat lots of pinto beans good source of protein and fiber. I eat every two hours where I have a good amount of protein and carbs if I can. And I have to admit i'm seeing some great results.


    no, working in the poorest areas, you kind of have to eat what local people are eating. They tend to grow and consume rice, wheat, and potatoes more than anything else. icon_neutral.gif
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    Apr 19, 2013 3:03 PM GMT
    Well, you're in a good starting place, you don't have to face the perennial "bulk or cut" question.

    You could just go for it and bulk like crazy.

    Or you could enjoy the leanness and pick a protocol geared towards slower muscle growth but minimal fat gain.

    Have fun!
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    Apr 19, 2013 4:24 PM GMT
    showme saidWell, you're in a good starting place, you don't have to face the perennial "bulk or cut" question.

    You could just go for it and bulk like crazy.

    Or you could enjoy the leanness and pick a protocol geared towards slower muscle growth but minimal fat gain.

    Have fun!


    with all through that, I just love what he said!