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    Is Brown Rice OK when losing weight?

    Obviously, I have a lot of weight to lose. One of the few ways that I can get enough protein in me is to make chicken and brown rice bowls. The packets of BR that I use are 360 calories each and I split one into two meals that I have during the day. Is that too many carbs for fat loss? Should I be staying away from brown rice?
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    How many Carbs? But it should be just fine. Brown rice is very hard to stomach if made dry but really get the rice soggy is my favorite.
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    Originally Posted by 655Days View Post
    Obviously, I have a lot of weight to lose. One of the few ways that I can get enough protein in me is to make chicken and brown rice bowls. The packets of BR that I use are 360 calories each and I split one into two meals that I have during the day. Is that too many carbs for fat loss? Should I be staying away from brown rice?
    Truthfully, the question is meaningless. You can have mcdonalds burger instead of that brown rice and still be okay (speaking strictly from weight loss perspective) if you eat below your maintenance that day. Obviously health wise mcdonalds burger might not be the best choice.

    Basically:

    - find your maintenance daily calorie intake
    - eat 500 calories less than that
    - eat enough protein (1g per lbm or per lb of body mass)
    - eat some fats
    - strength training

    - additional but not important factors (if weight loss is your only goal): types of food you eat or cardio.

    That's why I say it makes little sense to ask: "Is food A okay for cutting?" It is about your total calories: you can eat few pounds of ice cream in a day and still lose weight if you ate less calories than you need for maintenance. (won't be healthy)

    I just checked your stats and saw your weight so I decided to add few more things:

    - lay off sodas (and junk snacks) completely if you drink them (diet is better choice)
    - COUNT calories
    - don't do cardio and then justify a 'snack' after that, because it will either cancel out your whole cardio or even might end you up with calorie surplus
    - cardio is not necessary at this point, just eat less
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    A bag has 68g carbs, only 5g of that are from fiber a 0 sugar. Again, I split one bag into 2 meals, I'm having 34g carbs in each meal.

    Also, I have about 30g carbs during my second meal, 40g for breakfast and another 30g during my last meal. So I guess that means a total of about 170g of clean carbs.

    Too much?
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    If. It. Fits. Your. Macros.

    Enough periods?

    You can eat absolutely anything you want If. It. Fits. Your. Macros.
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    Originally Posted by koatliki View Post
    Truthfully, the question is meaningless. You can have mcdonalds burger instead of that brown rice and still be okay (speaking strictly from weight loss perspective) if you eat below your maintenance that day. Obviously health wise mcdonalds burger might not be the best choice.

    Basically:

    - find your maintenance daily calorie intake
    - eat 500 calories less than that
    - eat enough protein (1g per lbm or per lb of body mass)
    - eat some fats
    - strength training

    - additional but not important factors (if weight loss is your only goal): types of food you eat or cardio.

    That's why I say it makes little sense to ask: "Is food A okay for cutting?" It is about your total calories: you can eat few pounds of ice cream in a day and still lose weight if you ate less calories than you need for maintenance. (won't be healthy)

    I just checked your stats and saw your weight so I decided to add few more things:

    - lay off sodas (and junk snacks) completely if you drink them (diet is better choice)
    - COUNT calories
    - don't do cardio and then justify a 'snack' after that, because it will either cancel out your whole cardio or even might end you up with calorie surplus
    - cardio is not necessary at this point, just eat less
    However .... brown rice will leave you full longer (fiber, slower digestion). Brown rice is one of the best foods for weight loss, probably a staple along with ample amounts of mixed vegetables and chicken breast. Why? Becaues these foods are very low calorie for the amount of fullness they provide. That should never be overlooked in a diet.

    One of the things you cant track "on paper" especially when guiding other trainees is random hunger spikes they get.


    One thing many successful weight loss stories have in common is plenty of brown rice, chicken and vegetables. Yes you can do McDonalds diet is you stay within your calories alotted, or the new taco bell "drive thru" diet, but if you load up half a plate with steamed veggies, 1/3 a plate with brown rice, and the rest with chicken breast you will be very full which is great for weight loss.




    Honestly though, from a nutrition standpoint I have heard bad things about prepackaged rice (from a so called nutrition expert on the radio, claiming almost all nutrition is stripped from microwave rice). I buy large bags of brown rice, cook in bulk. I don't know if this process is any different then what the food companies do. There is so much misinformatino out there. Even still, it only takes a little longer to prepare homemade bowls yourself, you control exact portion sizes (food companies will skimp out on the more expensive chicken and give you more rice per serving then you want, they also skimp out big time on veggie servings).
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    Originally Posted by TheNewestGuy View Post
    If. It. Fits. Your. Macros.

    Enough periods?

    You can eat absolutely anything you want If. It. Fits. Your. Macros.
    This to an extent. I would try to keep it clean as possible for the best results. You don't put garbage in your gas tank of your car, don't put garbage down your facehole and expect the best results.
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    mfitty9000,

    While I agree with everything you said I also think that a person who ate whatever he wanted for years and then suddenly decided to eat brown rice, chicken and veggies might not last too long on that diet either.

    Should grab occasional 'comfort' food to keep sanity and to avoid binges and just work it in the macros.

    I personally don't have need for fast food at all, but I can see how people who have been eating junk for years develop affinity to it.
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    Originally Posted by jcosley View Post
    This to an extent. I would try to keep it clean as possible for the best results. You don't put garbage in your gas tank of your car, don't put garbage down your facehole and expect the best results.
    You will get the same results if your macros are met, that's not to say you won't feel better eating healthy food which you will.
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    Originally Posted by defury View Post
    You will get the same results if your macros are met, that's not to say you won't feel better eating healthy food which you will.
    Oh really. So I guess I can eat a big mac as my pre workout meal and go have a great day in the gym....rather then eating 1/2 cup of oats and 1 scoop of whey. I find that hard to believe.
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    Originally Posted by koatliki View Post
    mfitty9000,

    While I agree with everything you said I also think that a person who ate whatever he wanted for years and then suddenly decided to eat brown rice, chicken and veggies might not last too long on that diet either.

    Should grab occasional 'comfort' food to keep sanity and to avoid binges and just work it in the macros.

    I personally don't have need for fast food at all, but I can see how people who have been eating junk for years develop affinity to it.
    Agreed here too. Occasionally I schedule a wendys burger right into my diet / daily calories. In that case its not even a cheat meal if it fits into my goals.
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    Originally Posted by jcosley View Post
    Oh really. So I guess I can eat a big mac as my pre workout meal and go have a great day in the gym....rather then eating 1/2 cup of oats and 1 scoop of whey. I find that hard to believe.
    That wouldn't be meeting your macros, its hard to believe but people in the sticky up have been following this method with great results.

    I personally eat healthy because why look good but be unhealthy.
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    Originally Posted by jcosley View Post
    Oh really. So I guess I can eat a big mac as my pre workout meal and go have a great day in the gym....rather then eating 1/2 cup of oats and 1 scoop of whey. I find that hard to believe.
    A big mac is like 1000 kcalories and 1/2 a cup of oats and a scoop of whey is like 300 kcalories, so you've pretty much missed the point.

    If I can cut on 2000 total kcalories at a 50/30/20, then having that Big Mac is doable.
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    Im trying to lose weight and im eating brown rice once a day with tuna. Im drinking water as well. Is there anything im missing.
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    Originally Posted by Hercules03 View Post
    Im trying to lose weight and im eating brown rice once a day with tuna. Im drinking water as well. Is there anything im missing.
    Yes, you posted in a 4 year old thread.
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    Originally Posted by gxp23 View Post
    yes, you posted in a 4 year old thread.
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