Posts Tagged ‘Diet’
Does anyone have experience with this diet.
I am considering it but have my reservations. I am active at work all day and also play sports two days a week and am wondering if I could keep up this lifestyle on the raw food diet.
The people I have met on this diet look healthy but are not very athletic or active so I can not really trust their advice.
I’m looking for personal experiences of active people who have tried or practice this diet.
I am 15 years old. I am very athletic, play sports competitively all year around. I weigh 139 lbs, and I really need to start gaining weight, by means of EATING and WORKING out. I am going to start going to the gym in a month or so, but I need a home workout that will keep me occupied meanwhile. What is a good diet to gain weight?
I am shooting for the 170lbs mark in the next few months.
I REALLY NEED HELP DESPERATELY, thank you very much to all who answer:)
how many cups of fruits and veggies?
how much or how little wheat and grains etc,?
how many calories are a healthy amount.
i have hard iceskating practice atleast twice a week,
and have field hockey twice a week.
Recommended condition i should be doing for sports to get in shape and get a better body?
i have a generally fast metabolism so when i was a kid i could eat whatever i wanted to eat and not gain weight. I also did sports so that i was a very skinny kid. The problem with this is it made me eat whatever i want, whenever i want, however much i want. now i know that when i get older and stop playing so much sports this is going to catch up with me. I love vegetables and “healthy food” i just don’t really know what i should eat and when and all that. i need guidance so that i can start a good diet now and continue it.
Breakfast: A bowl of bran flakes with semi-skimmed milk and sometimes a banana
lunch: low fat butter, tomato, fresh chicken, lettuce, sweetcorn and low fat mayo. All inside either white French stick or brown bread. With 500ml bottle of orange squash (no added sugar) and a apple. On the odd occasions a pint of diet coke (ie when a sports match is on)
Dinner: usually soup, baked potato and tuna, pasta(with source) and garlic bread, eggs on toast, fresh chicken sandwich.
Pudding: small low fat yogurt
Lots of water during the day and a extra apple.
Alcohol: a bit at the weekend. Which is better cider or double rum and coke??
Exercise: I have to walk 30 mins to and from work everyday, usually quite fast. Its about 1.5 miles walk, but traffic lights make it longer.
Any advice would be gladly taken, thanx