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2 Months Post V-Diet


#1

just wanted to give an update. I completed the diet 8 weeks ago at 190 lbs (total weight loss 35lbs). Since completing the V-Diet, I transitioned to a clean bulk diet of 3200 cals a day and currently weigh 196. Given that the weight gained is probably a mostly water, it is a testament to the idea that the V-Diet gives sustainable weight loss.

i also finally got my blood tests back:
Cholesterol 144
HDL 44
LDL 90
Triglycerides 46

My cholesterol was:
Cholesterol 176
HDL 22
LDL 146
Triglycerides 199

Pretty dramatic change.

to everyone that is currently doing the diet, good luck. it is worth it.


#2

Great work and thanks for the update!


#3

Evening chris.

First time ive message anyone on T-Nation cos i generally get court up with all the articles however im just about to start on a training programme and diet combination.

I should really start from the beginning. Ive been a personal trainer and run gyms over here in the uk for a couple of years so i have some good basic knowledge. However for the last year due to illness and moving around i have let my training slack off.

im now determine to get right back on it. so i have put together a routine that is a combination of excercises,sets,reps etc. that have worked in the past.

what i lacking in a diet that will really help me gain muscle but not fat. Im current about220lbs about 15% body fat and train 4times a week.

Currently on a diet of 6 egg whites and a bowel of porridge in the morning. a chicken breast and small bowl ofpasta with veg 3 x a day. a protein drink whilst training and recovery drink after training. 6 egg whites for dinner. Im not sure if my calrie intake is enough?

have u any suggestion of what type of diet i should be following? is this lack to many calaries?
a good simple diet would be great help.

hope u can help.

thanks
bodiesuk.


#4

Bodiesuk, check out my Quality Mass Diet here:

http://www.t-nation.com/tmagnum/readTopic.do?id=1021953


#5

Wow OP, that is a pretty good change in number in just a few months. If only people would stop prescribing drugs for stuff that can be taken care of by changing eating habits. Good work.


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