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Re: [trinity-users] OT-food

From: Philip Ashmore <contact@...>
Date: Fri, 08 May 2015 11:01:56 +0100
On 08/05/15 02:40, Tony Wolfs wrote:
> On 05/08/2015 04:11 AM, Felix Miata wrote:
>> Gene Heskett composed on 2015-05-07 14:09 (UTC-0400):
>>> I'd like to get rid of 20 lbs, my diabetes would be a hell  of a lot
>>> easier to control.  But its either starve all day & gorge for dinner, or
>>> eat when I'm hungry, either manages to keep me at about 170.  I haven't
>>> got brains enough to quit when theres a bag of chips laying here, or
>>> soda crackers & extra crunchy Jif PB.
>> Don't buy chips or soda crackers, and especially don't buy peanut
>> butter you
>> ever saw advertised on TV. Buy peanut butter made entirely from
>> peanuts, or
>> peanuts and salt. Snack on nuts: peanuts, soy nuts, pistachios, sunflower
>> seeds, cashews, walnuts, pecans, etc. Good fats from nuts kill hunger
>> without
>> providing significant sugars, in addition to providing nutrients your
>> body is
>> hungry for that are missing from bag and boxed "foods". If nuts aren't
>> enough
>> snacking, snack on raw carrots or celery, which consume more calories to
>> digest than the calories they provide. If you must eat crackers, buy
>> the ones
>> with only whole wheat, oil and salt in the ingredients list, and eat them
>> either plain or with real peanut butter (yummy like candy if you add
>> cinnamon
>> and a dribble of honey) or apple butter. Popcorn works well too if you
>> skip
>> the addition of chemicals and fats other than olive oil. If you crave
>> sweet,
>> get if from fresh or frozen fruit, not a box or bag.
>> -15% of body weight in less than 8 months by changing nothing other than
>> what's listed on my grocery store receipts, and thus what I find on my
>> copious trips into the kitchen. What isn't there doesn't get snacked
>> on. :-D
>> Find Dr. Fuhrman's video and watch it.
> To loose 8 kg in 8 months is the easy part.
> To keep it like that for the next 2 years is H E L L
> I went from 105 kg to around 76 in 2 years.
> It was fun doing so.
> The next 20 years , including now.....not funny at all
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Oh <Deity/ >, every bodies body has subtly different chemistry so 
different diets work or don't work for different people.

One thing we do have in common is, muscles burn fat.
I got an exercise belt and you can pretty much eat what you like as long 
as you put it on three times a day, 30 minutes at a time.
I've read that you shouldn't use one if you have high blood pressure, so 
get that down first, then use the belt.

In three days you'll feel the difference, months you'll see the 
difference, in 6 months your friends will and in 9 months everyone else 

I juiced mine up with two 4-AA battery packs in parallel containing 
rechargeable batteries, 4x1.2 = 4.8, replacing the puny 3xAAA 
non-rechargeable ones, 3x1.5 = 4.5.

The one I got had several programs which train you into getting used to 
it. It also doesn't use gel, just dampen the conductive pads and your 
tummy with plain tap water and slap it on.

Don't over do it though.
I thought "this isn't that strong, I'll keep hitting restart a couple of 
The next day my stomach muscles had swollen from the equivalent of a 
couple of thousand sit-ups, so I gave it a rest for a week.

Initially I had to use the belt extension (it's uses Velcro too) but 
before long I didn't need it.

Give it a try!

Philip Ashmore