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From: kate (
Subject:         Re: Question on 80-10-10 weight loss
Date: May 23, 2014 at 10:07 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Question on 80-10-10 weight loss posted by Larry on May 22, 2014 at 3:48 pm:

I attempted to start the 80/10/10 regime after reading
a couple of chapters! I'm impulsive it's true. That
really is the best book for a newbie, especially if
you previously regarded it as "a bunch of nuts" No
pun intended I assume, and nuts are of course optional
in minimal quantities.

OK, Harley's post is an ad, but it is also good
advice. Yes, you DO need to eat enough fruit to feel
satiated and happy, otherwise you will crave
cooked/salty/fatty foods. Really it is SO important
not to try calorie restriction, at least until you are
becoming impressed with changes to your health and

But hand in hand with eating enough, take on board
that working out, getting fitter in whichever ways you
are able, is part of the lifestyle. That it is a
lifestyle not just a diet. Do also read Dr Graham's
info at foodnsport. Nutrition and Athletic Perf is a
good read but not essential; though it says nothing
additional in a dietary way, it may help inspire you.
Mostly though, it is very worthwhile to read The
80/10/10 Diet again, and again. More will sink in. I
suspect there are extremely few successful 811ers who
have not re-read his main work, repeatedly.

Personally,I love The Perfect Health Program audio,
second only to the book.

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