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    I can't see why it would be, all of those things...

    I can't see why it would be, all of those things are just processed food products. Not sure why the label advice exists but the usual motivation is to mitigate any legal liability that could arise.
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  • Already asked the same thing: ...

    Already asked the same thing:

    https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=181025143&p=1654836793#post1654836793
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    You can measure progress by progressively...

    You can measure progress by progressively increasing reps or weight used or number of sets (amongst other things). Those are the yardsticks of progress, if you can achieve that without feeling the...
  • No need, results from real life always supersede...

    No need, results from real life always supersede the educated guess you get from a calculator.

    Perhaps tighten up your counting so you know to within 100 calories what you are getting each day....
  • So maybe your maintenance level is closer to 3000...

    So maybe your maintenance level is closer to 3000 cals then.

    I would be happy with 2lbs a week, I know it seems a long way to go, you can safely reduce calories quite low when you have a lot of...
  • 2lbs a week is more than I was expecting from...

    2lbs a week is more than I was expecting from 2500 calories... So you must be burning 3500 each day which is not bad going.

    I'm guessing you used a BIA device to measure your body composition. We...
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    If your goal is to gain muscle, lack of cardio is...

    If your goal is to gain muscle, lack of cardio is not the issue (even if it was to lose fat at this time, cardio is still not necessary, just adjust calorie intake).

    You can upload photos into...
  • OP, you can lose body fat using a calorie deficit...

    OP, you can lose body fat using a calorie deficit created either by reducing intake or increasing activity. There is no difference provided that you are doing a basic level of weight training to...
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    That's basically what I have - plus a few extra...

    That's basically what I have - plus a few extra pieces of equipment that I don't actually use that much.

    Not a fan of PPL - prefer to separate out the quad dominant exercises from posterior chain...
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    Don't rely on BIA scales to show composition...

    Don't rely on BIA scales to show composition changes.

    https://weightology.net/the-pitfalls-of-bodyfat-measurement-part-4-bioelectrical-impedance-bia/

    If you are getting stronger consistently...
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    It's highly dubious whether it does anything for...

    It's highly dubious whether it does anything for anyone, least of all someone in the prime of their life. Don't waste your money.
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    Apart from the preworkout (which probably has...

    Apart from the preworkout (which probably has caffeine), none of them contain any drugs - so it probably doesn't matter. But supplements are not a substitute for whole foods.
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    And therein lies the problem of "diet" treats. I...

    And therein lies the problem of "diet" treats. I personally go cold turkey on processed or highly flavoured foods of any kind when in a deficit - I feel much better and find it easier to comply with...
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    Some sections are busier than others. Just look...

    Some sections are busier than others. Just look at the reply dates to see what the turnover is like.
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    I would always start with a powercage (and built...

    I would always start with a powercage (and built in pullup bar), bench, barbell and plates.

    It's 95% of what you need. Dumbells are trickier - they are either expensive for a set of fixed weights...
  • There are several in the sticky threads. If you...

    There are several in the sticky threads. If you are in doubt as to what the difference between size and strength training is, there is also a stick thread for that.
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    Eveyone has potential - it's actually very rare...

    Eveyone has potential - it's actually very rare that people can achieve nothing at all despite doing things right. It's equally rare to find genetically gifted people. Most of us are average in terms...
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    Gain some muscle first if you are 130lbs. If you...

    Gain some muscle first if you are 130lbs. If you try to lose weight from this point you'll just look smaller and prevent muscle growth from happening.
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    Varies from about 17-21
  • Try an unflavoured whey isolate. That would rule...

    Try an unflavoured whey isolate. That would rule out as many flavourings, artificial sweetners and other additives as possible - to see if it is actually the whey or something else.
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