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Old 08-28-2010, 01:09 AM   #11
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Re: Gillian's Diet Log

Food Diary 26/7/10

Breakfast
2 Poached Eggs
Spinach
Tomato
Mushroom

Snack
Punnet Strawberries
Apple
Banana

Lunch
Wholemeal Bread
Red Salmon
Alfa Sprouts
Tomato
Beetroot
Carrot

Snack
Fruit Bar
Sakatas
x2 Kiwi Fruit

Dinner
Mousakka

Snack
Orange

WOD
X2 FRAN - NEW PB- 7.13
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Old 08-28-2010, 01:10 AM   #12
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Food Diary - 27/7/10

Breakfast
2 Poached Eggs
Asparagus
Tomato
Mushroom

Snack
Mandarin
1 punnet strawberries
Sakatas

Lunch
Wholemeal Bread
Red Salmon
Alfa Sprouts
Tomato
Beetroot
Carrot
+ Point Free Vege Soup

Snack
Banana
Sakatas
Fruit Bar

Dinner
Mousakka
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Old 08-28-2010, 01:11 AM   #13
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I just generally find having to restrict on milk, grains, carbs very harsh. I've followed weight watchers before and successfully lost 40kg - then had the knee surgery and due to inactivity and bad eating choices put back on 30kg. But I find that WW is very flexible with the food and generally very easy to follow and stick to and it is maintainable. I know that WW will work for me, and thats why I choose it
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Old 08-28-2010, 01:11 AM   #14
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Whatever.
WW didnt work for you because you easily reverted back to **** food choices when things got tough.

WW restricts calories, your a ****ing athlete now Gill and need to start acting like it which means fueling yourself like one.
WW allows food that is NOT GOOD FOR YOU. (EG Bread, rice, SAKATAs, cheese.)
WW does not fuel athletes. The people that generally go on this are not athletes.
WW does not provide enough protein, nutrients or calories. It is based on flawed nutritional science.
WW does not factor in the high omega 6 in your bodyfat and other toxins that are slowly being released into your blood stream when (if) you burn it.
WW does not factor in things like cortisol and insulin which are coursing through your veins because you eat ****, restrict calories, and on top of it all train god damn hard.
WW does not have a ****ing enormous life loving, healthy community who live and breath aweseomness every day.
You have not given paleo half a chance, you tried it for a couple of weeks max.

You mentioned you were not getting the diet and nutrition advice at CF Penrith. You have a wealth of knowledge at Norwest which you have effectively turned your back on.

Its not about restriction and being harsh, its about simply loving your body and not putting crap in it. Your choice, your life, your excuses......
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Old 08-28-2010, 01:12 AM   #15
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Dan
I definately haven't turned my back on the nutritional advice given to me at Norwest. I'm just finding it a little different to what I'm used to following WW. I also spoke to Kiara last night just had her look over my log she said generally looks pretty good, only thing really she said was that I ate too much fruit, and need to cut out the sakatas and the fruit bars, and possibly incorporate a protein shake to up my protein. So today I'm swapped the sakatas for baked sweet potato chips and the fruit bar I've swapped for a tin of tuna in brine.. Would this make the food diary a little better? Ill also give Paleo another go and follow it for the next month and see how we go with that. I really appreciate all the help both you and everyone at Norwest are providing
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Old 08-28-2010, 01:13 AM   #16
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With respect to Kiara, she is a freak, and her diet does not support the performance she puts out. Her and I have had many conversations (arguments) re her food quality.
I have noticed your FB this morning. Good on you for the change of heart.

You have simply given up on it to early, and not taken the advice given.
There is going to be a period of change where your body adjusts to using fat as its primary fuel source instead of carbs, you have used this adjustment period as an excuse to give up, which is contrary to your attitude in the gym, where you seem quite able to put in 110%.

Your food diary still does not support enough protein. 1 gram per pound of bodyweight until you achieve the desired body composition. No excuses, if your chewing for half your day so be it. Your in the gym 1 hr a day and there is 23 other hours you can be working on improving your health......

If your going to do a protein shake do it immediately after a WOD only. Make it the best WPI you can find. I use Purewhey.
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Old 08-28-2010, 01:13 AM   #17
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Yesterdays Log: 28/7/10

Breakfast
2 Poached Eggs
Spinach
Tomato
Mushroom
Asparagus

Snacks
Apple

Lunch
Brown Bread
Chicken
Alfa
Tomato
Beetroot
Carrot
Avocado

Snack
Banana
Fruit Bar
Vege Soup
Strawberry Yoghurt

Rob went through this yesterday and subbed some things in and out - like subbing in nuts and cutting down on carbs like tomato, beetroot, carrot so doing a fresh shop on Saturday and get all ontop of it
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Old 08-28-2010, 01:14 AM   #18
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Food Diary - 29th July

Breakfast
2 poached eggs
Mushroom
Tomato
Spinach
Oil

Snack
Strawberry Yoghurt
Baked Sweet Potato

Lunch
Brown Bread
Pink Salmon
Lettuce
Tomato
Beetroot
Carrot
Banana

Snack
x2 Hard Boiled Eggs

Dinner
King Prawns, Fish and Raw Calmari

Tin of Tuna
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Old 08-28-2010, 01:15 AM   #19
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Food Diary - 30/7/10
Breakfast
2 poached eggs
Tomato
Mushroom

Snack
190g tin tuna

Lunch
Chicken
Capsicum
Olives
Olive Oil

Snack
Strawberry Yoghurt
Baked Sweet Potato

Dinner
King Prawns and Fish with cherry tomatoes

Snack
Orange
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Old 08-28-2010, 01:15 AM   #20
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Diet Log- 31/7/10
Breakfast
2 poached eggs - 3
Tomato - 0
Mushroom - 0
Spinach - 0

Lunch
SUBWAY-CHICKEN - 2
Lettuce - 0
Tomato 0 -
Mayo - 2
Bread- 7

Snack
Banana - 2
60g Almonds -6
Tuna - 1
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