Diet, supplementation, exercise & looking good.

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    Feb 25, 2010 5:17 AM GMT
    Guys,

    Well I was somewhat over overwhelmed with the tremendous response towards my "secret" plan. You might call it one of the best kept secrets out there. I have informed a few of you about one or two ideas on supplementation. I am interested in helping any of you. Just remember that proper diet and nutrition should be at the top of your list.

    Nothing can compensate for a poor diet and bad eating habits. An over all plan should be your ultimate goal so keep that in mind. Look how domesticated we have all become. You go to work and sit behind a desk and then go home and sit some more at the computer and then again to watch TV. Your body was not meant to sit that much. It was meant to move and to be active. I always think of the "cave man", he had to hunt for his food, go out into the dangerous world and kill his beast to eat. What do we do? Go to the supermarket to pick up food that hardly has any nutritional value. This is why I am convinced that supplementation is key.

    I have spent many years tracking diet trends and other things regarding health issues. I don't know everything, I have found what works usually like the one guy here who posted the topic on Hydroxycuts. Sometimes we learn by being the guinea pig. I don't think you need to run out and buy everything. I do know that new research has found that cretin combinations of supplements will give more effective results.

    Many of my ideas come from the world renowned Doctor Perricone and Dr weil. I have read many of their articles on anti aging and health. You can google them and find more and even buy their books or go to the Library and check them out.

    I have always been fascinated with age reversal. I find the more I learn the better I become at feeling and looking my best. I also have a few other reasons that I will not go into detail now. I have shared some of my past with a few of you here.

    I will publish my list to any who want to see it. I am not going to do so until we can make this topic resonate and have a few tell me why it is you need a change?

    From the emails that I have received I can tell that many of you have the desire and goals to look your best. I will be happy to help you break through the barriers. I do ask one thing in return. Before I send my beneficial supplement list please take a moment to access your current diet and exercise program. It starts there!

    I am not going to publish my list for everyone here to pick apart. I will send it if you request it and if I think your sincere. I am not here to debate and argue about things. I am here to show what works naturally,effectively and harmoniously. I also think we need to change how we act, look and feel about ourselves. Get up and turn the TV off and take charge of your life and do something. Stop the excessive drug abuse and over drinking of alcohol crap. Become the hot man you want to be inside and out. I am not trying to offend anyone. I am spelling it out in black and white!!

    You can add your remarks here and/or request or email me and I will send it. I am going to list what I do and how I go about doing it. You might find it fascinating. I will work on this list and have it ready next week.

    Good Luck
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    Feb 25, 2010 6:28 AM GMT
    Your caveman bit sounds a bit like this: http://www.hunter-gatherer.com/ (something that might interest you if you've never seen it)

    That's really good advice for just about everyone here, and I'm really glad to see your reasoning too! It's helpful to see the rationale along with the answers, otherwise some people might not give it that much thought.
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    Feb 25, 2010 8:12 AM GMT
    Muninn saidYour caveman bit sounds a bit like this: http://www.hunter-gatherer.com/ (something that might interest you if you've never seen it)

    That's really good advice for just about everyone here, and I'm really glad to see your reasoning too! It's helpful to see the rationale along with the answers, otherwise some people might not give it that much thought.


    Everyone here can have the Body of their dreams. Hard work, proper diet and then you will want even more sex.....then you already do. It's a man's world!!
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    Feb 27, 2010 7:47 AM GMT
    Monday I will have my write up ready...It will list what I use and have found effective. Just please read the above so you have a good understanding of what it takes to have the body you want!!

    Good Luck!
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    Feb 27, 2010 3:42 PM GMT
    Will you post it as a separate thread?

    One thing I really struggle with is my craving for sweets....and I do mean crave. I can eat very well all day long and I night my sweet tooth kicks in. I've tried everything but it's very difficult to overcome. Any suggestions?
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    Feb 27, 2010 3:56 PM GMT
    Thanks for your info. If you post your write up, I will post mine..icon_biggrin.gif

    Dr. Perricone is excellent.

    One thing I can add. If you do your research, you will find that skin care knowledge has advanced a lot in recent years. . Usually a lot of the department store products don't contain enough of the active ingredients. Rather than buying expensive skin care products at a department store, you can purchase the active ingredients in these products at much less cost from specialized companies and compound your own.

    Your info is excellent.

    Diet and nutrition makes a world of difference. Every meal doesn't have to be a gastronomical event. Its fuel for the body. The simpler, the better.

    Thanks
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    Feb 27, 2010 4:42 PM GMT

    I applaud your comments and efforts to encourage guys to be the best they can be and to have the best bodies that their genetic make up will allow.

    you mentioned that food and exercise are the two biggest components of your program and that needs to be emphasized.

    Food is the largest drug you will take your whole life bar none. What you take how much and what you don't take are crucial to your health and body shape.

    Exercise it crucial to both health, physical and mental, and body.

    You will spend a life time reevaluating just those two components as you age.

    I do have somewhat of a problem with the emphasize on supplements.

    For the following reasons based on my knowledge of calling on the industry here in Northern. Cali.

    It is unregulated that provides material for ingestion. You really have no idea what you are getting. Contamination of product does happen.

    The supplements that prove to be very effective recently have had synthetic hormones in them that were banned. A certain amount of a drug may be beneficial but too much deadly. ie. Tylenol for example.

    There are no double blind studies that show these or any supplements are effective or useful so it could be wasted money on these products. Since they are not regulated there is no dosage labeled and if you exceed the amount what are the side effects.

    Those are my general reasons on the hesitation of recommending supplements as effective in changing your body to be the best it can be.

    Your first two components of food and exercise are as I believe 90% of the battle.

    I love the fact that you are encouraging guys here to be participants in their life and not spectators. Turn off the TV


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    Feb 27, 2010 4:45 PM GMT
    Don't forget the benefits of a happy healthy sex life. Not only does it keep your prostate healthy, but you get that rosy look.......AFTERGLOW.

    Sadly, I haven't been glowing ately.
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    Feb 27, 2010 4:54 PM GMT
    lissenup saidWill you post it as a separate thread?

    One thing I really struggle with is my craving for sweets....and I do mean crave. I can eat very well all day long and I night my sweet tooth kicks in. I've tried everything but it's very difficult to overcome. Any suggestions?



    For me, the only way I was able to kick the "sweet tooth" habit was cold turkey. I don't buy any sweets or any desserts at the grocery store and I don't keep that type of stuff at home. Sometimes I will buy a healthy granola but that's about it.

    There rarely used to be a meal where I didn't crave some sugar afterwards. Now I don't even think about it. The biggest improvement for me is that I don't go into a sugar coma anymore after dessert.

    I will have a dessert every now and then at a nice restaurant, and it tastes so much better now that I rarely indulge.
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    Feb 27, 2010 6:18 PM GMT
    lissenup saidWill you post it as a separate thread?

    One thing I really struggle with is my craving for sweets....and I do mean crave. I can eat very well all day long and I night my sweet tooth kicks in. I've tried everything but it's very difficult to overcome. Any suggestions?


    Halve the portions! Have twice as much =D

    No, in all seriousness just avoid temptation altogether. Don't look at, talk or think about sweets and just DON'T order dessert! O and when you get the cravings think about a food you don't like, I saw that on TV once.