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    Which is good diet food?
    Hello,
    Share which is best food for diet?
    In my thinking i prefer Green tea its best and good for fat burn.

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    Dieting can be downright difficult, especially if your diet includes foods you don't particularly enjoy. After all, how much cabbage soup can a person stand? The good news is that there are thousands of diet foods that are healthy, taste great, and can help you stick to your weight loss plan. Visit any grocery store to witness the explosion of lower-calorie, lower-fat, or portion-controlled options.

    Here are just a few of the best foods for dieters:

    1. Calorie-Controlled Snacks. Plenty of consumers are buying the 100-calorie (more or less) snack packs of everything from chips to cupcakes, but are they really the answer for weight loss?

    Carolyn O'Neil, RD, author of The Dish on Eating Healthy and Being Fabulous, likes calorie-controlled packages because they eliminate the chance for mindless overeating. "Foods packaged in 100-calorie packs do the work and calorie math for you so you can enjoy snacking on foods that need to be enjoyed in limited amounts," she says.

    Quaker Mini Delights (90 calories) and Hostess 100-calorie cupcakes are among the more addictive options.

    But Lona Sandon, MEd, RD, says that though these snacks can satisfy a sweet tooth, "many of them won't fill you up for very long, and can't replace a more nutritious snack."

    Sandon suggests checking the ingredient list and nutrition facts on the package. "Look for products that offer some nutritious benefits, such as ones that contain less than 3 grams fat, less than 140 milligrams sodium, 15 grams or less sugar, and are made from whole grain with about 2 to 3 grams fiber and about 7 grams protein," says Sandon, assistant professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.

    2. Healthier Fast Food. Fast food restaurants don't have to spell disaster for dieters. Try Quiznos' Flatbread Sammies without cheese or dressing (all less than 250 calories,except the Italiano) or a small Honey Bourbon Chicken sub (275 calories); Taco Bell's Fresco-style items (less than 180 calories); McDonald's Southwest salad with grilled chicken (290 calories without dressing); or any of Subway's subs with 6 grams of fat or less (230-380 calories).

    3. Low-Fat and Fat-Free Dairy Products. Milk, yogurt (solid, frozen, and drinkable), cheese, sour cream, and cream cheese are available in lower-fat varieties that offer both healthy nutrients and great taste. Laughing Cow light cheese has only 35 calories per individually wrapped wedge, and Yoplait Fiber One nonfat yogurt combines yogurt crunchy cereal for a fiber boost and only 50-80 calories per 4 oz. cup.

    Fat-free half-and-half is a suitable substitute for heavy cream with a fraction of the calories. And lower-fat and fat-free cream cheese and sour cream can easily pitch-hit for their fattier counterparts, particularly in recipes.

    i hope this helped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexanderjohn View Post
    Hello,
    Share which is best food for diet?
    In my thinking i prefer Green tea its best and good for fat burn.

    I also think so.

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    I like chicken with hot sauce or sugar free jam with rice cake pops.

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    bk quad stackers. jokes............

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    Lots of fish, eggs, veggies, avacado, tomatoe, potatoe olive oil chicken oatmeal....

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    BK stackers WTF??!!?? must have a really good metabolism lol

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    Cous Cous, Whole meal Pasta/Rice, Broad beans. Carrots, Tuna, Salmon, Mackeral, Lettuce, Chicken, Extra Lean Mince, the list goes on ...

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    vegetables and fruits.
    Last edited by ynasledge; 06-18-2012 at 10:32 PM.

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    Diet is only successful if it consists all those food items which are less fat, low in carb, cholesterol, minimum protein but rich in respect of vitamins & minerals.
    Food are:-
    Fruits,
    Green arteries,
    nuts,
    Dry fruits,
    Milk,
    lean meat.

    Drink plenty os water about 8 to 10 glasses of water per day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by micalhassi View Post
    Diet is only successful if it consists all those food items which are less fat, low in carb, cholesterol, minimum protein but rich in respect of vitamins & minerals.
    Food are:-
    Fruits,
    Green arteries,
    nuts,
    Dry fruits,
    Milk,
    lean meat.

    Drink plenty os water about 8 to 10 glasses of water per day.

    Spot on

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    Anytime ive needed to lose weight in the past i've went for the soup diet. Just your normal cambells soup (tomato, or chicken noodle) for either lunch or dinner 5-6 days a week. Worked great for me, (mostly water) very healthy. Of course i'm no professional.

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    BK stackers WTF??!!??
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    must have a really good metabolism lol

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    As a rule avoid dairy and certain pastas.. Yeah ur 0 fat cottage cheese and yogurt r great... But cheeses and milk r to high in fat content to be eating consistently. And also try to eat red meats once per day, if that... I only eat red meats on non training days for the higher fat content and stick to ur white meats the rest of the time I.e. tuna, chicken, lean turkey, tilapia (yuck)

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    And consistent variety is the key to success when trying to maintain ur strict diet, if ur on one. I try to change up my meal plans at least once to evey two weeks depending on how able I am to continue eating those foods.. There r many healthy substitutes that have the same nutritional facts out there. Just gotta spend some time doing the research

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    lots of chicken and shakes :-)

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    I eat a lot of:
    Eggs
    Steak
    Chicken
    Lean beef
    Fish and sushi
    Vegetables with every meal, usually bell peppers, onions, green beans etc.

    My snacks usually are:
    apples, bananas, carrots, string cheese, broccoli, natural peanut butter on wheat toast

    Junk food meal 2 times per week usually a burger from a local burger joint or some pizza. Or if there are UFC fights on during the weekend we go to hooters and watch them and I'll have a burger and 1 beer.

    I think the key to dieting, and it has worked for me, is finding a variety of foods you enjoy, but also making sure they help you attain your goals. Once you find those foods, it's easy to keep eating them. Also, once you see results from your hard work, you won't want to eat any food that hinders your gains. Once you do that, it will no longer be dieting as you will have changed your lifestyle to keep achieving your goals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lifter121 View Post
    I eat a lot of:
    Eggs
    Steak
    Chicken
    Lean beef
    Fish and sushi
    Vegetables with every meal, usually bell peppers, onions, green beans etc.

    My snacks usually are:
    apples, bananas, carrots, string cheese, broccoli, natural peanut butter on wheat toast

    Junk food meal 2 times per week usually a burger from a local burger joint or some pizza. Or if there are UFC fights on during the weekend we go to hooters and watch them and I'll have a burger and 1 beer.

    I think the key to dieting, and it has worked for me, is finding a variety of foods you enjoy, but also making sure they help you attain your goals. Once you find those foods, it's easy to keep eating them. Also, once you see results from your hard work, you won't want to eat any food that hinders your gains. Once you do that, it will no longer be dieting as you will have changed your lifestyle to keep achieving your goals.
    Yo dude... have you been following me around?? this looks like me here....

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    I eat a lot of pb, and for protein I drink/eat Whey powder. Micros I just drink a V8 low sodium eat a bit of extra fruits and vegetables and pop a multi lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nytebane View Post
    Yo dude... have you been following me around?? this looks like me here....
    Haha great minds think alike!

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    ^ Everyone is right here. However, to lose weight/bodyfat, you need to be within a caloric deficit, that is to say eat less than you normally would. 300-500 calorie deficit should suffice. If you are exerting more energy/calories than you consume you will lose weight. Eating the right types of food will enable you to lose weight at a faster rate.

    Foods such as the above. Complex carbs, Lean Protein, Healthy fats. Fibrous Carbs. Look these up if you are uncertain. Aim to get in the bulk of your carbohydrates during the day + PWO, then reduce your carb intake and add more protein + fats as the day goes on.

    Best of luck.

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    Plus drink lots of water

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    High volume/low/no calorie foods.

    Rice cakes, TONS of vegetables, coffee, egg whites, overnight oats are my favorites. And of course diet pops and sugar free jello

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    good info, and yeah drink lots of water.

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    walmart has protein bars for $1.18 each!! 30g ones.. Awesome meal replacement

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