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TOO LITTLE/TOO MUCH

Wednesday, October 03, 2012

So many diet plans out there: low carb, high carb, low fat/ high fat, count calories/calorie freedom and the list goes on. I read something in an article that somebody posted on here. Am I the last to know about G-BOMBS? Anyone tried this plan and had success? Is is sustainable? Talk to me....
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  • v SHASSYSUE2
    G Bombs?? What in the world is that.... The bottom line it is calories in, versus calories burned.... We can worry to much about this or that, but it really boils down to cutting calories, by eating less and exercising more.... Simple but yet so hard... HUGS!! Shannon
    1333 days ago
  • v PATRICIAAK
    I think eating smaller amounts more frequently is best.
    1333 days ago
  • v POPSY190
    It's from the Dr fuhrman Eat To Live programme which focuses on plant foods for health and weight loss. We follow the basic principles and my husband, who has been insulin dependent for 40 years has been able to drastically reduce his dosage. It suits someone who likes to eat a lot and not feel hungry because there is a huge emphasis on bulky foods. It's sometimes called the nutritarian eating plan.
    1334 days ago
  • v JUST_DUCKIE
    I've never heard of it either. What is it? I must admit, I don't have much patience for "the latest greatest thing" - whatever the trend of the moment is in the diet world... I know what works for me: good old-fashioned eating less and moving more!!
    1334 days ago
  • v MS.ELENI
    never heard of it. I don't seem to be able to stick with anything.
    1334 days ago
  • v WONDERFUL2BME
    Uh??? I think the stay in the calorie range works best. Eat what you want and stay in the range. Eating healthy means less hunger though.
    1334 days ago
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