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Old December 23rd, 2008, 02:26 PM posted to alt.support.diet
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Default Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.

Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.
A lot of us are out there watching what we eat and exercising, but
still not making a dent in our bellies and body weight. There are a
few things we are probably not doing, or doing too much of, that would
mean major improvements in our.....read full article here
http://healthcentre001.blogspot.com/...-mistakes.html
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Old December 24th, 2008, 01:31 AM posted to alt.support.diet
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Default Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.

On Dec 23, 6:26 am, "Dr. ben" wrote:
Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.
A lot of us are out there watching what we eat and exercising, but
still not making a dent in our bellies and body weight. There are a
few things we are probably not doing, or doing too much of, that would
mean major improvements in our.....read full article herehttp://healthcentre001.blogspot.com/2008/12/basic-weight-loss-mistake...


The problem is not watching what you eat but when you eat

http://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx
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Old December 24th, 2008, 03:37 AM posted to alt.support.diet
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Default Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.

On Dec 23, 8:31*pm, Reasonable wrote:
On Dec 23, 6:26 am, "Dr. ben" wrote:

Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.
A lot of us are out there watching what we eat and exercising, but
still not making a dent in our bellies and body weight. There are a
few things we are probably not doing, or doing too much of, that would
mean major improvements in our.....read full article herehttp://healthcentre001.blogspot.com/2008/12/basic-weight-loss-mistake...


The problem is not watching what you eat but when you eat

http://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx


The problem is not when you eat, but what you eat.
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Old December 24th, 2008, 11:46 AM posted to alt.support.diet
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Default Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.

On Dec 23, 7:37 pm, "
wrote:
On Dec 23, 8:31 pm, Reasonable wrote:

On Dec 23, 6:26 am, "Dr. ben" wrote:


Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.
A lot of us are out there watching what we eat and exercising, but
still not making a dent in our bellies and body weight. There are a
few things we are probably not doing, or doing too much of, that would
mean major improvements in our.....read full article herehttp://healthcentre001.blogspot.com/2008/12/basic-weight-loss-mistake...


The problem is not watching what you eat but when you eat


http://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx


The problem is not when you eat, but what you eat.


Mike, there are extensive studies and trials done on What you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. What you eat is not the
issue. Get Real !!! When you eat has consistently shown to have a
benefit on weight. i.e. Persons who consume a heavy breakfast are less
likely to be fat.
http://www.mealsmatter.org/EatingFor...px?articleId=5

Fasting is also beneficial to the body. Check out this Mormon study
http://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2007/...mon-meals.html

The question then is "What is the optimal ratio between Breakfast and
Fasting" Check this site out
http://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx

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Old December 24th, 2008, 05:35 PM posted to alt.support.diet
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Default Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.

On 24 déc, 06:46, Reasonable wrote:
On Dec 23, 7:37 pm, "





wrote:
On Dec 23, 8:31 pm, Reasonable wrote:


On Dec 23, 6:26 am, "Dr. ben" wrote:


Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.
A lot of us are out there watching what we eat and exercising, but
still not making a dent in our bellies and body weight. There are a
few things we are probably not doing, or doing too much of, that would
mean major improvements in our.....read full article herehttp://healthcentre001.blogspot.com/2008/12/basic-weight-loss-mistake...


The problem is not watching what you eat but when you eat


http://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx


The problem is not when you eat, but what you eat.


Mike, there are extensive studies and trials done on What you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. What you eat is not the
issue. Get Real !!! When you eat has consistently shown to have a
benefit on weight. i.e. Persons who consume a heavy breakfast are less
likely to be fat.http://www.mealsmatter.org/EatingFor...le.aspx?articl...

Fasting is also beneficial to the body. Check out this Mormon studyhttp://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2007/12/10/mormon-meals.html

The question then is "What is the optimal ratio between Breakfast and
Fasting" Check this site outhttp://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx- Masquer le texte des messages précédents -

- Afficher le texte des messages précédents -


Hopefully, someday, all these studies will be useless to me as I will
be able to have reached my weight-management goals.
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Old December 24th, 2008, 11:50 PM posted to alt.support.diet
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Default Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.

On Dec 24, 6:46*am, Reasonable wrote:
On Dec 23, 7:37 pm, "





wrote:
On Dec 23, 8:31 pm, Reasonable wrote:


On Dec 23, 6:26 am, "Dr. ben" wrote:


Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.
A lot of us are out there watching what we eat and exercising, but
still not making a dent in our bellies and body weight. There are a
few things we are probably not doing, or doing too much of, that would
mean major improvements in our.....read full article herehttp://healthcentre001.blogspot.com/2008/12/basic-weight-loss-mistake...


The problem is not watching what you eat but when you eat


http://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx


The problem is not when you eat, but what you eat.


Mike, there are extensive studies and trials done on What you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. What you eat is not the
issue. Get Real !!! When you eat has consistently shown to have a
benefit on weight. i.e. Persons who consume a heavy breakfast are less
likely to be fat.http://www.mealsmatter.org/EatingFor...le.aspx?articl...

Fasting is also beneficial to the body. Check out this Mormon studyhttp://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2007/12/10/mormon-meals.html

The question then is "What is the optimal ratio between Breakfast and
Fasting" Check this site outhttp://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


Is there a logical relation between those apparently related
sentences? Does one prove the other one?

"There are extensive studies and trials done on what you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. "
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Old December 25th, 2008, 12:16 AM posted to alt.support.diet
Reasonable
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Default Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.

On Dec 24, 3:50 pm, "
wrote:
On Dec 24, 6:46 am, Reasonable wrote:



On Dec 23, 7:37 pm, "


wrote:
On Dec 23, 8:31 pm, Reasonable wrote:


On Dec 23, 6:26 am, "Dr. ben" wrote:


Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.
A lot of us are out there watching what we eat and exercising, but
still not making a dent in our bellies and body weight. There are a
few things we are probably not doing, or doing too much of, that would
mean major improvements in our.....read full article herehttp://healthcentre001.blogspot.com/2008/12/basic-weight-loss-mistake...


The problem is not watching what you eat but when you eat


http://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx


The problem is not when you eat, but what you eat.


Mike, there are extensive studies and trials done on What you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. What you eat is not the
issue. Get Real !!! When you eat has consistently shown to have a
benefit on weight. i.e. Persons who consume a heavy breakfast are less
likely to be fat.http://www.mealsmatter.org/EatingFor...le.aspx?articl...


Fasting is also beneficial to the body. Check out this Mormon studyhttp://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2007/12/10/mormon-meals.html


The question then is "What is the optimal ratio between Breakfast and
Fasting" Check this site outhttp://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx-Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


Is there a logical relation between those apparently related
sentences? Does one prove the other one?

"There are extensive studies and trials done on what you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. "


Yes. If after many test of controlling What you eat, fail to give the
expected results in keeping weight off then what you eat is not the
determining factor in weight controlled. When you eat has consistently
been shown to be a factor involved in weight control. This is where
you should concentrate your efforts.
  #8  
Old December 25th, 2008, 01:01 AM posted to alt.support.diet
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Default Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.

On Dec 24, 7:16*pm, Reasonable wrote:
On Dec 24, 3:50 pm, "





wrote:
On Dec 24, 6:46 am, Reasonable wrote:


On Dec 23, 7:37 pm, "


wrote:
On Dec 23, 8:31 pm, Reasonable wrote:


On Dec 23, 6:26 am, "Dr. ben" wrote:


Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.
A lot of us are out there watching what we eat and exercising, but
still not making a dent in our bellies and body weight. There are a
few things we are probably not doing, or doing too much of, that would
mean major improvements in our.....read full article herehttp://healthcentre001.blogspot.com/2008/12/basic-weight-loss-mistake...


The problem is not watching what you eat but when you eat


http://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx


The problem is not when you eat, but what you eat.


Mike, there are extensive studies and trials done on What you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. What you eat is not the
issue. Get Real !!! When you eat has consistently shown to have a
benefit on weight. i.e. Persons who consume a heavy breakfast are less
likely to be fat.http://www.mealsmatter.org/EatingFor...le.aspx?articl...


Fasting is also beneficial to the body. Check out this Mormon studyhttp://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2007/12/10/mormon-meals.html


The question then is "What is the optimal ratio between Breakfast and
Fasting" Check this site outhttp://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx-Hidequoted text -


- Show quoted text -


Is there a logical relation between those apparently related
sentences? Does one prove the other one?


"There are extensive studies and trials done on what you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. "


Yes. If after many test of controlling What you eat, fail to give the
expected results in keeping weight off then what you eat is not the
determining factor in weight controlled. When you eat has consistently
been shown to be a factor involved in weight control. This is where
you should concentrate your efforts.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


" When you eat has consistently been shown to be a factor involved in
weight control. This is where
you should concentrate your efforts. "

All right. Let me read your study, and then I'll be able to talk.
  #9  
Old December 25th, 2008, 01:58 AM posted to alt.support.diet
Reasonable
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Default Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.

On Dec 24, 5:01 pm, "
wrote:
On Dec 24, 7:16 pm, Reasonable wrote:



On Dec 24, 3:50 pm, "


wrote:
On Dec 24, 6:46 am, Reasonable wrote:


On Dec 23, 7:37 pm, "


wrote:
On Dec 23, 8:31 pm, Reasonable wrote:


On Dec 23, 6:26 am, "Dr. ben" wrote:


Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.
A lot of us are out there watching what we eat and exercising, but
still not making a dent in our bellies and body weight. There are a
few things we are probably not doing, or doing too much of, that would
mean major improvements in our.....read full article herehttp://healthcentre001.blogspot.com/2008/12/basic-weight-loss-mistake...


The problem is not watching what you eat but when you eat


http://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx


The problem is not when you eat, but what you eat.


Mike, there are extensive studies and trials done on What you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. What you eat is not the
issue. Get Real !!! When you eat has consistently shown to have a
benefit on weight. i.e. Persons who consume a heavy breakfast are less
likely to be fat.http://www.mealsmatter.org/EatingFor...le.aspx?articl...


Fasting is also beneficial to the body. Check out this Mormon studyhttp://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2007/12/10/mormon-meals.html


The question then is "What is the optimal ratio between Breakfast and
Fasting" Check this site outhttp://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx-Hidequotedtext -


- Show quoted text -


Is there a logical relation between those apparently related
sentences? Does one prove the other one?


"There are extensive studies and trials done on what you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. "


Yes. If after many test of controlling What you eat, fail to give the
expected results in keeping weight off then what you eat is not the
determining factor in weight controlled. When you eat has consistently
been shown to be a factor involved in weight control. This is where
you should concentrate your efforts.- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


" When you eat has consistently been shown to be a factor involved in
weight control. This is where
you should concentrate your efforts. "

All right. Let me read your study, and then I'll be able to talk.


The studies about when you eat are well known. I gave you some links
in my original post.

1. Breakfast represents eating at a certain time of the day.(when you
eat) Persons who consume a heavy breakfast are less likely to be fat.
i.e. they are actually 4 times less likely to get fat. See article
below supporting this point.
http://www.mealsmatter.org/EatingFor...le.aspx?articl...

2. Not to eat in a periodic fashion also appear to improve health.
(when not to eat is indirectly giving some indication of When to eat)
This is well supported by the Mormon study These individual fast
regularly once per month.See article on Mormon study to support this
point.
http://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2007/...mon-meals.html

3. Now the question then is "What is the optimal ratio between
Breakfast and
Fasting. That is to say When to Eat and When not to eat. The site I
sent you to is proposing that the optimal ratio is one fast to six
heavy Breakfast or The Sabbatical Diet. There is no hard scientific
evidence shown but the concept is very interesting and have worked for
me. Here are two interesting links to this site you should explore.
http://www.obesitystages.com/obesity...xperience.aspx
http://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx
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Old December 25th, 2008, 02:03 AM posted to alt.support.diet
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Default Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.

On Dec 24, 5:58 pm, Reasonable wrote:
On Dec 24, 5:01 pm, "



wrote:
On Dec 24, 7:16 pm, Reasonable wrote:


On Dec 24, 3:50 pm, "


wrote:
On Dec 24, 6:46 am, Reasonable wrote:


On Dec 23, 7:37 pm, "


wrote:
On Dec 23, 8:31 pm, Reasonable wrote:


On Dec 23, 6:26 am, "Dr. ben" wrote:


Basic Weight Loss Mistakes.
A lot of us are out there watching what we eat and exercising, but
still not making a dent in our bellies and body weight. There are a
few things we are probably not doing, or doing too much of, that would
mean major improvements in our.....read full article herehttp://healthcentre001.blogspot.com/2008/12/basic-weight-loss-mistake...


The problem is not watching what you eat but when you eat


http://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx


The problem is not when you eat, but what you eat.


Mike, there are extensive studies and trials done on What you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. What you eat is not the
issue. Get Real !!! When you eat has consistently shown to have a
benefit on weight. i.e. Persons who consume a heavy breakfast are less
likely to be fat.http://www.mealsmatter.org/EatingFor...le.aspx?articl...


Fasting is also beneficial to the body. Check out this Mormon studyhttp://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2007/12/10/mormon-meals.html


The question then is "What is the optimal ratio between Breakfast and
Fasting" Check this site outhttp://www.immunogizerfatreducer.com/WeightLoss.aspx-Hidequotedtext-


- Show quoted text -


Is there a logical relation between those apparently related
sentences? Does one prove the other one?


"There are extensive studies and trials done on what you eat.
Over 95% of the persons regained their weight. "


Yes. If after many test of controlling What you eat, fail to give the
expected results in keeping weight off then what you eat is not the
determining factor in weight controlled. When you eat has consistently
been shown to be a factor involved in weight control. This is where
you should concentrate your efforts.- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


" When you eat has consistently been shown to be a factor involved in
weight control. This is where
you should concentrate your efforts. "


All right. Let me read your study, and then I'll be able to talk.


The studies about when you eat are well known. I gave you some links
in my original post.

1. Breakfast represents eating at a certain time of the day.(when you
eat) Persons who consume a heavy breakfast are less likely to be fat.
i.e. they are actually 4 times less likely to get fat. See article
below supporting this point.http://www.mealsmatter.org/EatingFor...le.aspx?articl...

2. Not to eat in a periodic fashion also appear to improve health.
(when not to eat is indirectly giving some indication of When to eat)
This is well supported by the Mormon study These individual fast
regularly once per month.See article on Mormon study to support this
point.http://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2007/...mon-meals.html

3. Now the question then is "What is the optimal ratio between
Breakfast and
Fasting. That is to say When to Eat and When not to eat. The site I
sent you to is proposing that the optimal ratio is one fast to six
heavy Breakfast or The Sabbatical Diet. There is no hard scientific
evidence shown but the concept is very interesting and have worked for
me. Here are two interesting links to this site you should explore.http://www.obesitystages.com/obesity...eightLoss.aspx


One of the links was not pasted correctly. See correction.
http://www.mealsmatter.org/EatingFor...px?articleId=5
 




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