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    Pretty ****e diet to be honest, you should move your bowels everyday - needs more fibre.

    It is also high in saturated fat, sugar & salt and lacking in protiens and essential fatty acids.

    You can lose weight and it not be fat, infact the body prefers to burn muscle mass as a fuel source as fat is for emergencies - well done on losing muscle mass.

    Potatoes are a root vegetable, these are not included in the recommended 5 a day fruit and veg - neither are other root vegetables such as parsnips.

    This said I agree this is a troll, nobody aside one of the other posters on this thread is actually that stupid
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    (Original post by Powerlifter)
    Pretty ****e diet to be honest, you should move your bowels everyday - needs more fibre.

    It is also high in saturated fat, sugar & salt and lacking in protiens and essential fatty acids.

    You can lose weight and it not be fat, infact the body prefers to burn muscle mass as a fuel source as fat is for emergencies - well done on losing muscle mass.

    Potatoes are a root vegetable, these are not included in the recommended 5 a day fruit and veg - neither are other root vegetables such as parsnips.

    This said I agree this is a troll, nobody aside one of the other posters on this thread is actually that stupid
    There isn't much sugar(only healthy fruit,milk,tango) or fat(apart from garlic bread and pizza).I'd say about on the GDA.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    There isn't much sugar(only healthy fruit,milk,tango) or fat(apart from garlic bread and pizza).I'd say about on the GDA.
    LOL but that's basically all you eat.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    There isn't much sugar(only healthy fruit,milk,tango) or fat(apart from garlic bread and pizza).I'd say about on the GDA.
    Cute, but wrong.

    (Original post by RainbowDoll)
    LOL but that's basically all you eat.
    Obviously his brain is a tad underdeveloped from all he garlic bread
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    serious lack of fruit and veg!
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    (Original post by Sophie1985)
    serious lack of fruit and veg!
    i eat yoghurt/grapes for a few dinners now-hopefully,that will compensate.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    i eat yoghurt/grapes for a few dinners now-hopefully,that will compensate.
    Strong bump.


    Have you sorted out your diet?
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    (Original post by sil3nt_cha0s)
    Strong bump.


    Have you sorted out your diet?
    It didn't require much sorting out?-I've removed the cereal but i still eat 3 garlic bread slices + 1 pizza slice a day.
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    vegetables?
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    (Original post by Sophie1985)
    vegetables?
    Potato?I hate most vegetables.
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    you state pizza has 800kcal as though its good.

    You know thats almost half what you should be eating in a day?

    You're 15? . So ideally you shouldn't be eating the recommended 2500kcal for an adult male, but more 2000kcal

    1 pint of semi skimmed milk has about 200kcal, maybe a little less
    You also don't state what "cereal" this is, for all we know this could be low calorie bran flakes, at 4 bowls a day you would be pretty loose! haha! But this could also be coco pops, which are so high in sugar its unreal.
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    potatoes dont count as veg. for a healthy diet u should be eating lots of variety of vegetables. As much of half of what u eat should be non starchy veg. Add some gud quality meat, get rid of the processed carbs and u have urself a much improved diet :-)
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    Not very good at all, lol. All calories are not equal!
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    (Original post by sammyjade92)
    you state pizza has 800kcal as though its good.

    You know thats almost half what you should be eating in a day?

    You're 15? . So ideally you shouldn't be eating the recommended 2500kcal for an adult male, but more 2000kcal

    1 pint of semi skimmed milk has about 200kcal, maybe a little less
    You also don't state what "cereal" this is, for all we know this could be low calorie bran flakes, at 4 bowls a day you would be pretty loose! haha! But this could also be coco pops, which are so high in sugar its unreal.
    i have removed cereal now.
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    (Original post by Powerlifter)
    Pretty ****e diet to be honest, you should move your bowels everyday - needs more fibre.

    It is also high in saturated fat, sugar & salt and lacking in protiens and essential fatty acids.

    You can lose weight and it not be fat, infact the body prefers to burn muscle mass as a fuel source as fat is for emergencies - well done on losing muscle mass.

    Potatoes are a root vegetable, these are not included in the recommended 5 a day fruit and veg - neither are other root vegetables such as parsnips.

    This said I agree this is a troll, nobody aside one of the other posters on this thread is actually that stupid

    mate, i've been relying on parsnips, not much fruit around.

    the Asda ones do state they are part of 5 a day,

    i know about the variety but why do you state they are excluded from this NHS system.
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    (Original post by Sophie1985)
    potatoes dont count as veg. for a healthy diet u should be eating lots of variety of vegetables. As much of half of what u eat should be non starchy veg. Add some gud quality meat, get rid of the processed carbs and u have urself a much improved diet :-)


    you don't compute, most vegetables are low calories apart from the starchy root veg. So where do you get carbs from?

    I think you'll be eating too much saturated fat on your diet. Even muesli is processed, it's heat treated! So I guess that leaves bread that you must be recommending to eat a ton of. Write us what you eat, interested.
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    OP you are the most arrogant and obnoxious little brat I have ever seen post on a forum, keep it up like this and by the time you hit 18 you'll be a fat little twerp with garlic sweat and a 44 inch waist.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    There isn't much fat(apart from garlic bread and pizza).I'd say about on the GDA.
    And milk, yoghurt, chicken burgers, ham, sausages.
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    just eat curry for breakfast lunch and dinner.
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    (Original post by MeAndBubbles)
    you don't compute, most vegetables are low calories apart from the starchy root veg. So where do you get carbs from?

    I think you'll be eating too much saturated fat on your diet. Even muesli is processed, it's heat treated! So I guess that leaves bread that you must be recommending to eat a ton of. Write us what you eat, interested.
    check this out http://thesmarterscienceofslim.com/ its not just about slimming but about healthy eating, it is starting to become clear that saturated fat is not the bad guy instead sugar filled food causes a lot of ill health today. might be worth a look if ur interested in cleaning up ur diet. oh and veg is a carb
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