Is there a point, where a healthy diet isn't?

    • 212 posts
    September 16, 2022 10:34 AM EDT
    OK all, with my recent foray into the world of eMTB, I going to rekindle my weight loss plan, it's something my doctor suggested in January 2017. I have been eating quite sensibly over the last few years, with one treat per week, but my lack of ability to partake of very much physical activity, a little bit of weight has crept back on. For most of the last 3 years, I've been bang on 15 stone (95.25 in kilo's for the new school), but I'm drifting up towards 98kg, (weighed on May 22nd) . Since last Monday, I've been eating a very sensible diet, plenty of the usual, very little in the way of carbs and my weight has gone up to 101kg, I'm baffled, all I've had today is 2 slices of toast with lower fat spread, a banana and a few cups of coffee, my tea was Pak Choi and Broccoli with a little oyster sauce for flavour (not swimming in it) and a mug full of cooked rice. I'm not throwing beer down my neck, nor am I quenching my thirst with high sugar drinks like Coke/Pepsi etc.

    Can it be a case where a person puts a little weight on at first when changing food habits, then the process commences after a week or two? I know 3 kilo's isn't much in the grand scheme of things, it's not quite a 3% increase, but the effort to carry it about takes it's toll. This time 4 years ago, I was close on 19 stone (over 120kg) and I'm immensely happy and proud of my weight loss, but this small set back of 3 kg has really got under my skin and annoyed me.
    I had my tea at 6pm and I'm now starving
    • 34 posts
    September 16, 2022 10:41 AM EDT

    There are many of them, but a few things stay the most important. First of all, you should buy high-quality and total protein

    • 22 posts
    September 16, 2022 10:42 AM EDT

    I’m amazed at your power of will. To tell the truce, I wouldn’t be able to eat healthy for three years. It is something unbearable to most people. Those ‘treats’ you’re talking about are my regular lunches if you multiply them a few times. I can eat at MacDonalds and that crisps before going to sleep. However, it tries to maintain a calorie deficit. I have a 1500 deficit; if I eat a cheeseburger and it won’t cross the deficit border, I eat it. I also take supplements which help grow muscles and reduce fat. So I suggest you try my method as well if you want. That way you’ll eat more things you like and maybe have the same result.

    • 31 posts
    January 3, 2023 2:04 AM EST

    From an early age I went to a fitness club, but I really liked everything and I was pleased with the results. But there is one minus, because of my weight, I could not gain muscle mass, it took a lot of time to leave, there was practically zero sense. I've made the lab supplements at the cost of releasing a product for rapid muscle growth.

    This post was edited by hugario hugario at January 3, 2023 2:05 AM EST