Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Lose 10 pounds in 30 days or BE FAT and UNHEALTHY

Start with Fasting ONE meal a Day!  NO eating After 6 PM!

COME on you lazy girl, you can DO IT!  Today's sacrifices yield Tomorrows Victory


Take control over self indulgence 
immediate gratification (rooted in Sin)

This is it..... Be your OWN Self Coach  "Self talk" by quoting Powerful words

(Power is in HIS Truth and WORD)
"NO, You are not retaining Fluid -
You are retaining FOOD!"

Come on.... BE accountable to YOU! 

How to Lose 10 Pounds in a Month – The Diet

Your nutrition is going to have the biggest impact on reaching your goals. Here are your dietary guidelines:
  • Drink at least 1 gallon of water a day (drink a full glass of water upon waking)  FLUSH IT OUT!
  • No cheat meals – You can make it 30 days without eating bad food
  • 6 meals per day spaced evenly every 2 hours (7 am  9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm)
  • Multi Vitamin, Fish Oil, Kyo Green/EmergenC, Pumpkin see oil, GinkoBiloba 
  • 10-12 times your body weight in calories (example:  150 lbs x 10 = 1,500 Calories)
  • SHOOT for  30-35 grams of fiber a day
  • STICK to 200 Calories at each meal (6 a day x 200 Calories = 1200) 
  • Eat green veggies or other low carb, high fiber veggies at every meal  
"What fits better into your schedule...
 Exercise one hour a day or be dead 24 hours a day?"

 Before each meal:
5 minutes of "whatever"  Squats, Jumping Jacks, Walking Stairs, Push ups, 
5 X 6 = 30 minutes a Day

30 minutes walking after  Lunch and 30 minutes after Dinner Time  = 1 hour

Buona Fortuna! 

Foods to STICK With the FIRST WEEK:
each meal has  5 grams of Fiber!
each meal is  around 200 Calories

Breakfast:  Oatmeal with Organic Nut Butter 
High Fiber  Snack   Blueberries 
Lunch: Tuna with Lemon - Tomato  
High FIber   Snack  Strawberries
Dinner: Chicken Breast and Spinach 
High Fiber   Snack 

Most fiber is classified as soluble (meaning that it partially dissolves in water) or insoluble (meaning that it resists digestion and does not dissolve in water).
Soluble fiber is found in beans, peas, lentils, oatmeal, oat bran, nuts, seeds, psyllium, apples, pears, strawberries, and blueberries. Soluble fiber is associated with lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol, regulating blood sugar, and a lower risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
Insoluble fiber is found in whole grains, barley, couscous, brown rice, bulgur, wheat bran, nuts, seeds, carrots, cucumbers, zucchini, celery, green beans, dark leafy vegetables, raisins, nuts, grapes, and tomatoes. Grandma called it roughage, and one of the benefits of insoluble fiber is that it helps keep you regular, prevents constipation, and reduces the risk of diverticular disease.
Total fiber intake of both kinds, studies show, can lower risk of coronary disease, metabolic syndrome, and obesity.
Foods high in fiber can also make you feel full longer and curb overeating. High-fiber foods are filling; they require more chewing and stay longer in your stomach, absorbing water, and helping you feel full.

Who are you  really kidding?   BE KIND TO YOUR KNEES!   Loose the Weight !  

It is sad, annoying and pathetic to see the damage to knees these days.....  
WHY do I say that? Because, Packing on an extra 25 lbs isn't nice to your knees!  
 Come on "WAKE UP!" 

Sorry I couldn't help but say that 

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