Healthy Weight Loss Programm

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    Jan 27, 2008 3:08 AM GMT
    First of all, I am of course very grateful that we receive all these great worked out professional plans about how to work out and eat.

    But to be honest, for me it's highly realistic.

    As I already mentioned before, I have a tight schedule.

    I can't always eat home. And I certainly am not willing to pay all that money for food. I mean, if I look at the plan, I should be doing groceries on a daily basis.

    Can't I have just one healthy kind of breakfast, without having to change it everyday?

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    Jan 27, 2008 12:40 PM GMT
    Monir saidFirst of all, I am of course very grateful that we receive all these great worked out professional plans about how to work out and eat.

    But to be honest, for me it's highly realistic.

    As I already mentioned before, I have a tight schedule.

    I can't always eat home. And I certainly am not willing to pay all that money for food. I mean, if I look at the plan, I should be doing groceries on a daily basis.

    Can't I have just one healthy kind of breakfast, without having to change it everyday?




    Havent read the plan but would suggest you pick a couple of their suggested breakfasts, then key them into something like www.fitday.com if they all come out with a similar calorific value and macro and nutrient split then there is your answer.

    One of the best breakfasts when on fatloss I find is oatmeal, you can add the variety by the spices etc that you add to it. ie my fav is

    Add a splash of apple juice and cinamon
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    Jan 29, 2008 11:11 PM GMT
    bfg1 said[quote][cite]Monir said[/cite]First of all, I am of course very grateful that we receive all these great worked out professional plans about how to work out and eat.

    But to be honest, for me it's highly realistic.

    As I already mentioned before, I have a tight schedule.

    I can't always eat home. And I certainly am not willing to pay all that money for food. I mean, if I look at the plan, I should be doing groceries on a daily basis.

    Can't I have just one healthy kind of breakfast, without having to change it everyday?




    Havent read the plan but would suggest you pick a couple of their suggested breakfasts, then key them into something like www.fitday.com if they all come out with a similar calorific value and macro and nutrient split then there is your answer.

    One of the best breakfasts when on fatloss I find is oatmeal, you can add the variety by the spices etc that you add to it. ie my fav is

    Add a splash of apple juice and cinamon [/quote]

    Thank you very much for your answer, but dear GOD! I don't know if I am willing to do all this. I just want to eat healthy without worrying about the amount of calories and stuff like that. I normally have breakfast with a banana and an apple, (or other fruit) and a glass of milk with tea or fresh orange juice and tea. And besides that, I have my cereals or cereal bread with cheese or honey or olive oil. I don't want to become anorexic. (Sorry to lash out like this, it's not personal. Just frustration!!)

    It's so much work icon_sad.gif
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    Jan 29, 2008 11:28 PM GMT
    not alot you can say to that really

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    Jan 30, 2008 3:58 AM GMT
    If you don't want to work at it, then don't expect anyone else to wave a magic wand and make you healthy :/