Thank you for your suggestions! I find that I have actually automated my breakfast/lunchs, as you suggested. I may have small variations, but I enjoy what I'm eating, and it's much easier to prepare and monitor the calories involved!View Thread
I am a 52 year old male who is 5'8" and weights 270 lbs. I am sure I can maintain a weight level I should be at, if I can attain it. I would like to start with a disciplined low cal diet if I could find one, to kick start things, then go to a healthy eating habits. Could someone suggest a solid, low cal diet, maybe 1200 calories or less, that I could use for getting things started in the short term? Is there some type of healthy shake or supplement that would help with this. I currently have diabetes, high blood pressure and a fatty liver, and I have become highly motivated to lose some major weight. I have also started exercising, which includes cardio and weight training. Any help is appreciated.View Thread
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