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Diets in Review Question

can apple cider vinegar really increase the likelihood I will lose weight?

nicki asked this question Feb 13th, 2013 7:21 am

if added to my healthy eating and exercise?

I have been working out 5-6 times a week averaging about 2 hours, one hour dedicated to intense cardio. I have also included a super food called spirulina that i mix with a protein shake or juice. I originally purchased the acv for health benefits other than weightloss, but it would be awesome if this could increase the likelihood that i will loose some weight. I am 5'7 and weigh 155 pounds. I would like to loose 15 pounds. So today i started drinking 2 tbsp about 15 minutes before i eat. I had absolutely no appetite all day long and plenty of energy to hit the gym. My main concern is maintaining a healthy life style and increasing a positive body image as I am obsessed with my weight already. So if there is any advice out there I am open to it.. will update at a later date. Thanks

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Vee

all you have to do is drink 100oz of water a day and cut all salt no sugar at all just fruits and eat 6 times a day small amounts and always eat white meat like chicken turkey and fish (NO SALMON) and add your spices as long as they have no salt your good make sure you eat veggies and fruits Grapefruit is the best one brown rice is a good carb but one 2 times a day 1/2 a cup only with 2oz of white meat or fish and this is the best way to go and add a cup of greens if you eat more raw veggies then its better for you but it's okay to cook them as well no juice no soda pop black coffee and tea or use a sweetener called stevia .......

so here try this and good luck

Breakfast

3 egg whites
½ grapefruit

Morning Snack

3 oz turkey breast
1 cup lettuce

Lunch

2 oz chicken breast
½ cup brown rice
1 cup vegetables

Afternoon Snack

3 oz fresh tuna
1 cup lettuce

Dinner

2 oz chicken breast
½ cup brown rice
1 cup vegetables

Evening Snack (optional)

½ cup mixed berries


posted on Apr 17th, 2013 12:03 am