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    Quote Originally Posted by cancersurvivor
    Hi, I am looking for a good diet. One my friends said to eat low fat, high protein, good carbs, good fats and fruits. He said eat 3 meals and 3 snacks a day. I have already tried it but I'm at a standstill. I always have one to two meals of white rice a day. No one in the family is willing to by brown rice or cooks it. How much would eating that white rice affect the diet? Also because of my job it's difficult to find time to eat except for my lunch. Usually I only have 2 minutes to open my locker and grab something to eat. Please suggest me for an effective easy diet.
    White rice is a no-no. Its an insulin spiker you dont want. 3 & 3 is a nice way to go but if time is limited for lunch, get a powerbar or something and get your real lunch after work. Alot of good info on here, just search it and good people to help you out.

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    Protein diet plans do not generally involve removing the carbs from the diet of many high-protein diet that possible.High plans such as Atkins require that you eliminate all processed foods that contain sugar or creamer has carbohydrates.Regular about 3 grams of carbs per serving, though.

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    You can also use milk instead of water to mix protein powder in it...
    This protein shake would help you more and would be of better taste..
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fletchar View Post
    You can also use milk instead of water to mix protein powder in it...
    This protein shake would help you more and would be of better taste..
    Thanks
    Any comments...

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