posted on Aug, 3 2004 @ 03:12 PM
I didn't gain weight then lost it, I just started eating healthy and i've been losing weight while working out. If you cut out fatty foods
cholesteral filled fried foods ect, your fine...
Honestly I try and eat anything colorful and juicy, not only does it help your body with getting it's natural minerals and vitamins, it puts you in a
good mood too.
When I take creatine I drink it 10 -20 mins before my workout, I have noticed it does help alot, Just remember coloful foods, and I also eat low carb
dannon yogurt, it is so YUMMY! I got the strawberries and cream.
Also for a treat I went out and bought popsicle holders and poured orange juice in them and chocolate soy milk in the other. So now I have a healthy
desert after my dinner which consists of a small salad about the size of your hand, and also lentil soup is what athletes eat, it is full of fiber and
I buy Amy's organic lentil soup, it's delicious. If you eat 4-6 small meals during the day that are healthy instead of just 3 square large meals /
day, you'll see more results, your body needs fuel throughout the day to burn like a car, if you eat big meals only a few times a day it's not
getting treated properly.
Just keep thinking of your body as a car , fill your tank up with healthy foods and you'll burn it the right way, and never go over your caloric
intake or you won't see results either, you need to take in a certain amount of calories in order to burn them properly...
Also I read an article on adipocyts, if you don't see results in certain areas of your body it's because those are the most stubborn areas,
adipocyts are alike fat pockets if you keep consist with the calories and burning them off the adipocyts will eventually leave those hard to work
places, but don't give up because a healthy body just doesn't happen over night. The fat pockets will get smaller as you burn fat, the more fatty
foods you eat the more these pockets stretch and you will get bigger.
I 'll go get the article..