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  • JOCKDEVIL34

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    Aug 17, 2013 9:11 PM GMT
    Can anyone give me some weight loss tips for a guy on a tight budget. I really want to get lean before my 40th Birthday in March.
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    Aug 18, 2013 12:08 AM GMT
    JOCKDEVIL34 saidCan anyone give me some weight loss tips for a guy on a tight budget. I really want to get lean before my 40th Birthday in March.


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  • Aug 18, 2013 12:34 AM GMT
    Here's a favorite trick of mine that might be just what you're looking for: baked potatoes.

    They really fill me up and have barely any calories in them (and potatoes are cheap). Just don't add butter or sour cream. Instead, try things like bbq sauce, salsa, etc. For dinner you can put baked beans on top of it and get a pretty nutritionally balanced meal that's dirt cheap (what's cheaper than canned beans and a baked potato?!).

    I estimate I probably lost about 10-15 lbs during my diet thanks to baked potatos. Admittedly, I happen to like them a lot, so I was happy to eat one every day for awhile.

    Tuna's another good choice that's cheap and lean. And, surprise surprise, you can put it on top of a baked potato with some bbq sauce! (see a theme emerging here?)
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    Aug 18, 2013 12:54 AM GMT
    JOCKDEVIL34 saidCan anyone give me some weight loss tips for a guy on a tight budget. I really want to get lean before my 40th Birthday in March.


    Enjoy! icon_biggrin.gif

    Beware of "fat-free" or "zero trans fats" foods as you could be trading fats for huge amounts of sugar or sodium. Dr. Oz

    Make sure you check food labels and avoid anything with more than 4 grams of sugar, especially high-fructose corn syrup, per serving. Dr. Oz

    The soluble fiber in Oatmeal absorbs fat and cholesterol and flushes them out of the system. The insoluble fiber aids digestion.

    Beans are the best weight loss secret icon_smile.gif #protein #fiber #detox #lentils #garbanzobeans #redbeans #soybeans #blackbeans #peas #limabeans

    Weight loss and being fit is approximately 80% nutrition and diet decisions. Eating healthy starts now. Eat good, but portion correctly!
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    Aug 18, 2013 1:10 AM GMT
    You've been on RJ since 2008 and you only have 16 posts?

    That's like 3 posts per year.. icon_confused.gif
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    Aug 18, 2013 1:32 AM GMT
    it's so cheap to not eat.
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    Aug 18, 2013 2:08 AM GMT
    rob_tigerpride_tx saidHere's a favorite trick of mine that might be just what you're looking for: baked potatoes.

    They really fill me up and have barely any calories in them (and potatoes are cheap). Just don't add butter or sour cream. Instead, try things like bbq sauce, salsa, etc. For dinner you can put baked beans on top of it and get a pretty nutritionally balanced meal that's dirt cheap (what's cheaper than canned beans and a baked potato?!).

    I estimate I probably lost about 10-15 lbs during my diet thanks to baked potatos. Admittedly, I happen to like them a lot, so I was happy to eat one every day for awhile.

    Tuna's another good choice that's cheap and lean. And, surprise surprise, you can put it on top of a baked potato with some bbq sauce! (see a theme emerging here?)


    Oh, god.....a baked potato with tuna and BBQ sauce...icon_lol.gif
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    Aug 18, 2013 3:20 AM GMT
    Going by your picture, you look just fine.
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    Aug 18, 2013 3:24 AM GMT
    Get Ritalin from your doctor. That should help suppress appetite and boost metabolism. You'll be thin as a rail in no time at all.

  • Aug 18, 2013 3:42 AM GMT
    turbobilly said
    rob_tigerpride_tx saidHere's a favorite trick of mine that might be just what you're looking for: baked potatoes.

    They really fill me up and have barely any calories in them (and potatoes are cheap). Just don't add butter or sour cream. Instead, try things like bbq sauce, salsa, etc. For dinner you can put baked beans on top of it and get a pretty nutritionally balanced meal that's dirt cheap (what's cheaper than canned beans and a baked potato?!).

    I estimate I probably lost about 10-15 lbs during my diet thanks to baked potatos. Admittedly, I happen to like them a lot, so I was happy to eat one every day for awhile.

    Tuna's another good choice that's cheap and lean. And, surprise surprise, you can put it on top of a baked potato with some bbq sauce! (see a theme emerging here?)


    Oh, god.....a baked potato with tuna and BBQ sauce...icon_lol.gif


    I know lol, it sounds gross but it's pretty good. Actually tuna and caned beans on a baked potato is even better.

  • Aug 18, 2013 3:43 AM GMT
    GAMRican saidGet Ritalin from your doctor. That should help suppress appetite and boost metabolism. You'll be thin as a rail in no time at all.


    Lolol