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General Discussion / Re: Portion Size?
« on: September 28, 2013, 02:04:10 PM »
Wow! Good work Steve. Keep it up! Fingers crossed for tomorrow... Hope it's a big one.


General Discussion / Re: Portion Size?
« on: September 27, 2013, 01:40:51 AM »
Oh cheers Steve that really helps. I will stay on it for 4 weeks too as I think, a good foundation is best for any goal in life. I need to be truly disciplined and strict by stage 2-3! I don't want to be rushing it and then end up having problems hindering my progress...

How much have you lost since?


Advice Column / Re: How long do I do the diet for?
« on: September 26, 2013, 03:09:55 PM »
Nicki, you are such a wise woman! Truly appreciate your help with this stuff! It's all so exciting for me. Starting weight is 60kgs. I don't weigh in everyday but will try weekly and report back!!!! Ta x

General Discussion / Re: Portion Size?
« on: September 26, 2013, 03:05:01 PM »
My very first day feast... Portion too big or stomach shrinking already? I feel too full on a meal I normally eat with no problems... Some tummy discomfort and aches... I see this as a positive thing because I am already thinking that tomorrow I should eat half the size! Think I might stay on stage 1 for 3 weeks just figuring things out. No junk food on my meals of cause, never been a fan but I tend to binge once in a while... Just adding good carbs that's all. I'm excited! :D

Advice Column / Re: How long do I do the diet for?
« on: September 26, 2013, 08:56:02 AM »
Oh wow! 3 years huh?!! Well I guess I'm gonna have to stay clear of the whey protein for at least 3 months then see how to increase recovery protein intake during/after resistant training... It is very important I find other alternatives....otherwise lifting weights will slow my progress without any whey protein & rights carbs/amino acids... I want those mean ABS  ;)

Advice Column / Re: First week!!
« on: September 26, 2013, 08:49:06 AM »
Hi Nicki,
Yes. Thanks! Hope they do settle. I hate that tummy rumble...

Advice Column / Re: 3 stone lost! i have abbs??
« on: September 26, 2013, 06:15:59 AM »
Thanks for your post. I am new here and read this post last night and now I am on my very 1st day! Bring on the ABS! I look forward to the rewards already! I have been eating clean for a while. This will allow me to have a little carb meal once in a while! I am so glad I found this diet... I am planning to do it for at least 3 months and then evaluate my progress and health. I will do it strictly for 6 weeks to start with (Stage1 as suggested - some grazing during the day. Stage2 - no food at all during the day & Stage3 100% clean) then maybe go back to stage 1 and repeat to stage3. Do each stage for a minimum of 2 weeks.

Advice Column / Re: First week!!
« on: September 26, 2013, 06:08:12 AM »
My stomach makes "funky caveman" noises all the time! It is very embarrassing at work when it is quiet especially in a meeting or something. How do you guys deal with that? WEEEEELP!! :o

Advice Column / How long do I do the diet for?
« on: September 26, 2013, 06:02:13 AM »
Hi everybody, I have read so many topics and gathered some wonderful tips! I'm on day one of the diet and I feel alright provided I have a cold... I take Vit-C pills hope that is okay? Following my previous diet I lost some weight. I seem to have now hit a wall and won't lose anymore fat/weight... and would like to lose an extra 3kgs. My aim is to build lean muscle mass and have that toned look... I am 5'7 Female 60kgs in weight. So I turned to this diet after finding out about the "Warrior" diet from my previous cleanse...

My main question is, is this a lifestyle or just a short term diet? I've heard that maximum was 3 months (minimum 6 weeks). What do I do after this? How do I go back to normal eating habits without putting on weight again? Has anyone been doing this for a long time and have no health issues or not losing muscle mass?

And oh, I see other people take protein shakes for their workout sessions. Is this allowed? I have zero energy for the gym and feel very light headed during my weight sessions I nearly passed out! So, I have to eat something for my workouts. I am avoiding bananas for a while.

Thanks for your replies.

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