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Author Topic: Diet for Men  (Read 21136 times)

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Offline mecch

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Re: Diet for Men
« Reply #50 on: May 24, 2010, 05:00:44 PM »
Does anyone have any tips on losing weight?  
Eat healthy enough foods, cut down on overeating, try to eat good breakfasts and lunches, don't eat late in the evening, and vastly increase your exercise.
Don't eat processed foods, industrial foods, even if they are supposed to be "diet".
Don't be obsessed with your body image - if you eat healthy whole foods and exercise, whatever your natural set point weight is, try to embrace it.
A healthy happy chub is very appealing by the way.
Also take inspiration by straight married men - the ones who are healthy and happy. I can't tell you how many women have told me that after 40, its natural masculine and sexy for a man to have some meat on his bones.
The only people who dont give me grief on my new bigness are the women!  They say I used to be too skinny and look good and healthy now. (If only they knew the irony!) Well I guess I am healthy, even though I aint the bean pole I always was.
If only they would shell out for a new wardrobe for me!
« Last Edit: May 24, 2010, 05:05:47 PM by mecch »
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