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  • #1 Change "what" you eat

    #2 Change "how" you eat

    • The "what" is a tough one. I mean, what's bad about: green beans, corn, rice, chicken, veggie soup, tuna, apples, pears, bananas, carrots, eggs, oatmeal?

      That's what I eat most of the time. That's not nearly as bad as: pizza, burgers, fries, McDicks, Burger Schlong and the rest.

      The how is still a mystery to me, but I've started eat less, more often. Breakfast, oatmeal usually, with a snack every 1-2 hours...usually raisins/dried bananas/hony oat bar or something with less lunch. Dinner is a free for all of s
      • The "what" is a tough one. I mean, what's bad about: green beans, corn, rice, chicken, veggie soup, tuna, apples, pears, bananas, carrots, eggs, oatmeal?
        Do you have yogurt [webmd.com] in your diet? But yeah, I'd say that exercise is probably the most important thing for you to integrate into your daily routine. I suggest (indoor) swimming or cycling.
        • Swimming means getting half naked...and the only good place is right down the road from work. There will be no half naked in front of work hotties. :-)

          This is what I have so far:

          2-15 minute power walks on the indoor circle here at work...like two steps per second power walk.

          about 15 minutes of bike time at home. That's about all I can muster for now without pissing off my back.

          Actually, I'd love to hit the local center after work a couple nights a week, but I'm weak... I need an exercise partner...and the w
          • This is what I have so far:

            2-15 minute power walks on the indoor circle here at work...like two steps per second power walk.

            about 15 minutes of bike time at home. That's about all I can muster for now without pissing off my back.
            What I was taught is that you need to work out at least half an hour to really get your body to start burning fat (anything shorter will just burn sugars). That's why I suggested cardio exercises (swimming and cycling). The power walk you are doing seems fast, but to burn fat you don't need high intensity exercises, just longer duration ones. Maybe you can change your two 15-minute power walks to a single 45-minute moderate walk?