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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    for me the best way was NO EATING AFTER 5PM.
    Don't reckon my boss would be all that keen on me eating dinner at work before knock off time but that is a great tip.

    Myself, I eat once a day and thats dinner. Breakfast is a coffee from then until dinner its water only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    How the fuck do you not eat after 5? What time do you have lunch?! 9am?!
    You'll find out in 5 to 10 years

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    Eating at 4:59PM or 5:01PM or 23,000 o'clock isn't going to make jot of a difference.

    There are no magic bullets / diets / exercises it's simply how much you're eating and food and exercise are just two variables to manipulate to achieve whatever your goal is.

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    fast 16 hrs a day - eat in the 8hr window.
    limit carbs - it will give your liver a rest too.
    Lose it slowly - so you can keep it off - 10kgs over 6 plus months is fine if it stays off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan B View Post
    Historical reference. Before your time.
    He's always been known as Monkeyboy. (affectionately)
    Oh, historical, as in the few months you've been here longer than me, of course.



    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Eating at 4:59PM or 5:01PM or 23,000 o'clock isn't going to make jot of a difference.
    But surely if you eat and then still have a few hours of movement instead of eating and just falling into bed makes a difference?
    (Asking for a friend - no, not YD)

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Oh, historical, as in the few months you've been here longer than me, of course.

    There have been several forii before this one. And my first user name on here (that I can't remember) was way back when it opened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourDaddy View Post
    You'll find out in 5 to 10 years
    dont forget i have been there and have a box full of T-SHIRTS,so i can honestly say you will find out the advice given to you eating a large evening meal after 5pm.will fyk.u up.
    i was brought up with these meal times,BREAKFAST 8AM.DINNER 1PM.TEA 4-5 PM.SUPPER TIME A LEG OVER.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    i was brought up with
    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    SUPPER TIME A LEG OVER
    . . .

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    Plan b,s post makes sense but i doubt you have the "mental fortitude" no biggie . theres nought wrong with being a Large Mammal, a big beast..who gives a fuck. Its sure better than being a scrawney little coont

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukan Kizmiaz View Post
    fast 16 hrs a day - eat in the 8hr window.
    limit carbs - it will give your liver a rest too.
    Lose it slowly - so you can keep it off - 10kgs over 6 plus months is fine if it stays off.

    Nah...
    A big dump will suffice nicely.
    A least 5-6kgs.

    Problem solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    dont forget i have been there and have a box full of T-SHIRTS,so i can honestly say you will find out the advice given to you eating a large evening meal after 5pm.will fyk.u up.
    i was brought up with these meal times,BREAKFAST 8AM.DINNER 1PM.TEA 4-5 PM.SUPPER TIME A LEG OVER.
    Supper time, was that ya daddy tapping you on the shoulder ?

    FWIW I was brought up with breakfast lunch and dinner, none had set times.

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    one thing i missed out was,if you drink coffee or tea is use sweetners,it made a difference with me,i have now been only useing them for 24yrs.
    some are crap,but i use cologran from lidll's.i have them sent from the uk.or if know someone living in germany fine or any lidl's supermarket.
    they have one in egypt.

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    Keto worked for me


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    Quote Originally Posted by YourDaddy View Post
    Anyone who lost weight recently can share their meal plan? Something that doesn't involve salad for dinner as it's extremely bad for my stomach.

    I'm 194cm and pushing 100kg

    Thanks
    Not easy to lose and sustain the loss, especially for people over 50, unless you get hit with a big illness.

    I managed to drop from 79 to 75 Kg (I'm 174cm) in a month without too much diet change, except limiting average alcohol intake to a couple of bottles red wine / week.

    I walked 1 hour a day during the working week and 2-3 hours a day at weekends. The latter was so I could still have a decent drink when I wanted. I swapped walking for cycling if I felt guilty.

    Number 1 rule is to weigh yourself every morning before you eat or drink anything. Keep a record and add mileage if you are feeling guilty.



    Best of luck...

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    I eat what I want when I feel hungry which is normally around 6.00 pm and after a days work.

    Your body will signal when it needs some fuel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukan Kizmiaz View Post
    fast 16 hrs a day - eat in the 8hr window.
    limit carbs - it will give your liver a rest too.
    Lose it slowly - so you can keep it off - 10kgs over 6 plus months is fine if it stays off.
    And here lies the answer.

    It will most probably extend your lifespan by doing this as well. This gives your gut a rest.

    There is a shite load of clinical data on the net.

    Search : Prof David Sinclair and Dr Valter Longo ,Dr Rhonda Patrick and the best IMO, Dr Peter Attia.

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    The only advice that worked so far was Jeff's.

    I took a dump and I'm at 98 kilos as of this afternoon.

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