, I'm recommending restricting carbs between waking and dinner, with enough protein and fat to prevent snacking on crap food, but no more. Dinner should be sufficient that there will be no hunger until bedtime, and no snacking during that time.
ah my bad. I read it with extra words in my head, like a "to" in there.
I can work towards this. I do train in the morning and like my scrambed eggs + spinach afterwards. And otherwise coud limit the day to small yogurt + berries, or chcken + brocolli,, peanut butter + celery, canned fish salad with olive oil, almonds/walnuts/pistacios/macedamia nuts
It really felt good to lose that 40 pounds. I fasted 24 hours 2x a week and otherwise ate everything, a bit less junk than the old day. Now, I see going to someting like this with mixing in some 24 fasts.
You've posted before that a binge night un does all the efforts of the week. I have trouble grabbing on to that. I worked my ass off to get this fat LOL. I mean, no one to blame but me. 4x week to Taco Bell, whole bags of sunflower seeds, pizza pizza pizza, working in Steak and Pasta restaurant - manager meals daily, bread stuffed with meats balls for snacks. Then, got a sedentary job, and gained even faster. Now, that weight gain occured in stages over 16 years. Maybe, I'm in denial and think if I just went back to my pre-twenty eating (you know, like regular folk) but healthieer - less grain, less simple carbs, more protein, almost 0 trans fat, plenty of good fats, lots of greens and tubars
- I'd lose fat steadily. You make me think I have to eat strict 24/7 to make any progress.
IOW, I maintained 290-300 eating crappy, then lost 40 eating better but still not strict - with fasting added in.
It's sort of like I"m begging for permission to plan for a bit of cheating, like 10% of meals (someone said that right?). Or, is that for well conditioned folks, whereas fatties need to be strict 99.9 % ?
thanks, I'm sure this get old answering questions