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12-13-2002, 12:14 AM
Well, Im just getting into nutrition and my situation right now is like this. I'm 6'4" at 238 lbs. My bodfat is definently higher than it should be, and I plan on cutting it down. I need food to help me do this. I'm gonna make a list of foods and you guys tell me whether they are good or bad, or just their pro's and con's.

Diet Soda
Orange Juice

Wheat Bread
Low Fat Turkey
Eggs (yolk or no yolk)
Wheat Crackers

Any other optimal foods are warmly welcomed.

12-13-2002, 12:31 AM
From Big Red

apples, pears, bannanna's, clementines, strawberries, blueberries, limes (for cheat nite's with corona's) grapes, spinache, broccolli, beets, turnips, onions, tomatoes, red potatoes, sweet potatoes, caulliflower, carrots, corn, jalapeno peppers, bell peppers, yams, artichokes, bean sprouts, radishes, lettuce

sliced: turkey, roastbeef, lo-fat/sodium salami, chicken, ham, hummus

milk, milk, milk, milk, lo-fat american cheese, lo fat chedder, lo fat swiss, lo-fat provolone, lo-fat motzerralla cheese, lo fat riggota cheese, lo fat cottage cheese, lo fat fruit on the bottom yogurt, lo fat vanilla yogurt, eggs, egg beaters, lo-fat ice cream, frozen yogurt, feta cheese

flank steak, cube steak, chuck steak, t-bone steak, london broil, roast beef, top round, filet mingon, rib steak, ground round, ground chuck, ground beef, ground anything, shoulder steak, ribs, bottom round roast, whole chickens, chicken breasts, chicks legs, chicken thighs, chicken giblets, liver, cow hearts, whole turkeys, turkey legs, ground turkey, ostridge filets, lamb chops, lean pork chops, duckling, unattended children running rampid in the store in search of pokemon toys(make sure you bring plenty of duct tape..first duct tape their mouths, then duct tape them to the top of the shopping cart).

salmon, scrod, flounder, immitation crab, crab meat, oysters, cod, shrimp, scalops, clams, muscles, shark, flounder, fluke

canned foods:
canned chicken, tuna, salmon, sardines, mackral, kidney beans, white beans, string beans, chicken soup, beef stew, chili, spagehtti sauce, roasted red peppers, chopped garlick, salt, potassium salt, ground pepper, ground red pepper, salsa, peanut butter, almond butter, assorted jams, mustard, katchup, bbq sauce

wheates, oatmeal, flavored oatmeal, kix, all bran, banana nut crunch, blue berry morning, musilix, great grains, raisin bran, bran flakes, cran berry almond crunch, total corn flakes, total raisin bran, cherrio's

other foods:
pasta, whole wheat pasta, spinache flavored pasta, garlic flavored pasta, tomato flavored pasta, rice, brown rice, rice pilaf, hamburger helper, wheat bread, rye bread, marble bread, pita pockets, wraps, sundried tomato flavored raps, spinache flavored wraps, south west spice flavored raps, bagles, wheat bagles, cinnimon raison bagles, onion bagles, sessame bagles, whole wheat rolls, raisins, almonds, pecans, peanuts, cashews, dried fruit, banana chips, gatorade powder, orange juice, grape juice, olive oil

That should get you started

At each meal, try to get protein (meats and dairy) carbs (pasta, grains, cerials, etc.) and fat (peanut butter, olive oil, etc.) and eat like a man

Br "

12-13-2002, 02:39 AM
If I am trying to gain size and lose weight, how much should I really be eating? Are they guidelines for this type of thing?