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    Please rephrase question.

    The presented product is not a 'diet' plan, but rather a guideline of what foods the author prefers to eat to stay healthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceDoff
    Please rephrase question.

    The presented product is not a 'diet' plan, but rather a guideline of what foods the author prefers to eat to stay healthy.
    Hey, I'm happy with this diet as long as it doesn't make me gain weight. So I'm asking you: Will this make me pack on pounds? :5thanks:

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    Think some of this has been posted by myself in these forums before:

    USDA National Nutrient Database - Find calorie counts on most foods.
    http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp/search/
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    "Search result from the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference

    Click on the round "button" next to the item of interest. Then click on the Submit button.
    Click here to enter a new query.
    Found items about : semen Not Found!

    Please check your spelling, or try a related term again."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Negativecr33p
    Dunno if this is covered anywhere else. So whole wheat non-bleached pasta would be signifigantly better than your normal bleached pasta?
    It has a lower glycemic index score, meaning the sugars in it take longer to break down and enter your blood stream where as bleached pastas tend to release their sugars rapidly during digestion. You can increase this "slow burn" effect through slightly undercooking the pasta so that there is still a bit of a "snap" to the core.

    Rapid spikes in blood sugar relate to sudden released of insuline. If you tend to eat in a pattern that causes a lot of insuline spiking (erratic eating schedule, long periods of not eating, lots of rapidly introduced sugars, etc.) you have a higher risk of devopling insuline resistence, one of the leading causes for Adult Onset Diabetes.

    In addition to this whole wheat pastas retain more of the nutrients from the original grain where as nearly all of the natural nutrients in bleached pastas have been removed by the bleaching process.

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    Very helpful indeed, your research has been well planned and articulated. Interesting about the tuna and it's possible negatives, it was unknown to me before I had read this thread.

    Cheers PizD.

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    Great post man. I am trying to drop some weight, in order to get some more definition for my abs. However it is so hard to lose weight with Hypothyroidism. It's like I have a nonexistant metabolism. Just need to put more muscle mass on my frame and hope that works.

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    hey, do you have any info on vegan/vegetarian training diets?
    I am about 80% vegetarian, relying on fish for that extra protein, as well as whey isolate, but am working towards making the move towards a strict vegetarian, eventually vegan diet. Seriously, this really decreases recovery times, as well as energy spent digetsing. Raw food diets are especially revitalizing. I know there is at least one UFC fighter who is a strict vegan.
    Any info?

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    Stop being such a ***** and eat meat. That's the info on your training diet.

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    yeah? why dont you eat my foot in your face and keep your dumbass coments to yourself?

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