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CutieFace
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hgh 2iu/ed
500mg metformin ed
.25mcg t3
20mg Anavar/ed
100mg primo/wk

Diet will look like this:

Re: diet
Breakfast

1 cup oatmeal
1 scoop isopure 0 carb protien
1tbl udo's choice oil

snack: 3.5 oz pkg tuna

lunch

8 oz grilled chicken
steamed broccoli or sauteed fresh spinach
1 Tbl Udo's choice oil

snack:
3.5 oz pkg tuna

dinner:

8 oz grilled chicken or lean steak
one of these: broccoli/spinach/broccoli rabe/stringbeans
1 Tbl udo's choice oil

post workout:

isopure potien shake w/0 carb/fat milk
40g dextrose

my basic every day supplements are

R -ala
vit E
glutamine
milk thistle
cranberry extract
Glucosomine (sp)
multi vitamine


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fishtownflexin
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Nice Cutie. 6 smaller meals throughout the day. I have one question though. What exactly is Udo's choice oil and what does it do?


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CutieFace
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has all of your omega 3, 6 and 9 essential fats

Cutie


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Liftingchic
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i saw this at AF...but great cycle.. and diet...

hope you see great results.

LC


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Wobble
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Just one meal with carbs?? How do you find that with your workout being alot later? Are you tired or really up for it?

Train hard, train heavy.

Wobble


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slammer
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Keep us updated on this Cutie, just not enough info for women out there, and to have it here is great.


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Wobble
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Bump Slammer.

I'm trying to start my wife training properly as she just drops in and out now and then!

Her diet is terrible. 3 straight meals a day with no thought to carbs, protein and fat. She takes no supplements and wonders why she is always tired.

The more information I can get for her the better.

Keep up the hard work Cutie and let us all know how you get on.

Before and after pics would be a bonus (hint hint 😉 😉 )


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CutieFace
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Wobble your wife really won't change her lifestyle unless she's ready to or it's something that interests her....

my body is used to tr aining at night....due to my work schedule that's when I'm able to get to the g ym....

I generally maintain a low carb diet to begin with...on occasion if I feel the need for additional carbs I can always add them in w/ a wholewheat wrap or slice of whole wheat bread w/ one meal....without it really making a big inpact

Cutie


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Wobble
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Thanks Cutie.

She does train but wont listen when I tell her that the diet is even more important. She is sticking with a weight watchers 'points' diet. Where wholewheat bread is 'worse' ie more points than white bread!! It sucks!!!

Wobble


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CutieFace
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I never did like weight watchers and never got good results w/ it...

some do however.....

problem is, it's not just a diet, it's a lifestyle change....she'll do it if/when shes ready

if you need help w/ anything just drop me a line

Cutie


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Wobble
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Thankyou!


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Liftingchic
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Originally posted by slammer
Keep us updated on this Cutie, just not enough info for women out there, and to have it here is great.

i totally agree.. cutie is one of the few great ladies around boards... so props to cutie;)


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ironman_845
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Originally posted by Wobble
Thanks Cutie.

She does train but wont listen when I tell her that the diet is even more important. She is sticking with a weight watchers 'points' diet. Where wholewheat bread is 'worse' ie more points than white bread!! It sucks!!!

Wobble

send her over to http://www.fitday.com/


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Wobble
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Thats cool...cheers Ironman!


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