Hi @maxnas I might regret asking this
You do state some very in-depth calculations etc but please tell me how is this possible?
This current time in my quest to lose weight and factoring in the fact I am in constant pain (failed back surgery) I decided last November to NOT exercise, not to calorie count, not to eat low fat and not be too strict with myself except JUST watching how many food carbs/sugar I was eating.
Here’s the result so far:
December 2015 - 211 lbs 29.4 BMI
January 2016 - 203.2 lbs 28.3 BMI
February - 201 lbs 28.0 BMI
March - 199.6 lbs 27.8 BMI
April - 194.6 lbs 26.6 BMI
An average day (honest) would be something like ;
Breakfast, two fried sausages and maybe an egg.
Lunch, supermarket hot counter chicken breast and ribs.
Dinner, more meat and large salad.
Drink, two bottles of 13%+ wine with maybe a G&T with slimline drank over 6 hours so off to bed sober. Weekends could see three bottles or ONLY 9 large glasses depending on how you look at it. And yes my liver function test is fine.
Doesn’t that blow out a lot of weight loss myths?
I look forward to your view on this and please be direct as you always have been in the past
BTW, I have two older brothers (ex-boxer/ex-weightlifter) who may look slim but are the most stressed people I know…It’s all about a life balance I’m thinking.