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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
Good to know. Thanks! Maybe Ill give that a shot....
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
[quote]You can try intermittent fasting too.[/quote] I know what fasting is, So I could surmise what intermittent fasting is, but maybe it might be better if you explained it :bow:...
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
[quote]Everything I told you no. Still do it all.[/quote] Thanks! :cheers:...
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
[quote]Fine, stay fat, I don't give a shite. Just trying to help[/quote] The advice was really just SO helpful :cool:...
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
[quote]Just go to GNC and ask the clerk what you need. Purchase at least one of everything he tells you (four of everything would be ideal) and then you're on your way.[/quote] Yeah, no thanks... ...
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
[quote]If you aren't really counting calories how in the hell are you sure what you are consuming? Wait...you aren't. Start there. [/quote] When I say said I am not keeping an exact count, that means I am not counting out 6 carrots and keeping exact tabs. I have counted calories before and I hav...
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
Would it make any difference if I was a girl?...
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
Fruits= bananas, strawberries, blueberries and tomatoes. Yogurt= Greek Plain Meat= Chicken and fish mostly, but I also still eat pork and beef. Portion size is bigger than a deck of cards, for lunch and dinner but not much. I am starting T-25 so its gonna be high intensity cardio for 25 mi...
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
[quote]work out sufficiently, and eat as few processed carbs as possible. Our bodies do not need nearly as much protein as the protein companies would have us believe. Also, getting protein and other vitamins from natural sources is eleventy billion times better than taking vitamins and protein powd...
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
[quote]Current diet and workout regimen?[/quote] Fruit and yogurt in the morning, Meat and veggies for lunch and dinner.. Calories, although I don't count them exactly, are between 1800-2000 I run 5 days a week, usually 2-3 miles a day faster than 6 mph... I generally do some ab workouts (In...
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
[quote]Make sure you cancel the autoship btw. When you order the challenge pack you are signed up for the autoship program. They will send you shakeology each month and charge the card you bought it with unless you cancel it. [/quote] Whoa! Thanks for the heads up!...
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
I eat pretty clean, but the last 5-6 lbs I want to loose just do not want to come off. That why I figured id give the replacing a meal thing a try... ...
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re: Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
I got chocolate. Mine came free with the T-25, as well. I made one for lunch and added a banana, greek yogurt, ice and skim milk......
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Thoughts on Shakeology and other protein powders? - FermeLaBouche
I am new to the world of protein powders and just started doing T-25 Focus today. The goal is to lose a little weight but mostly to tighten it up... I have heard replacing a meal a day with protein is a good way to get results and I was wondering what people think of Shakeology? Is it a rip off or...
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re: Interesting Statistics about Welfare.. Does it defy commonly held beliefs or not - FermeLaBouche
Hawaii seems like the PLACE TO BE! :nana: :nana: :nana:...
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re: Interesting Statistics about Welfare.. Does it defy commonly held beliefs or not - FermeLaBouche
Yeah, food stamps are definitely a form of welfare. So I guess its more like 13%. Which makes sense, bc that around where I would have put it....
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re: Interesting Statistics about Welfare.. Does it defy commonly held beliefs or not - FermeLaBouche
[quote]that the % of people who stay on welfare longer than 5 year was a little lower than I thought.[/quote] I was surprised at that as well. I am not a supporter of welfare for those that are capable, as I imagine most sane people are not, but with the discussions that I read all the time, a...
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re: Interesting Statistics about Welfare.. Does it defy commonly held beliefs or not - FermeLaBouche
Surprised that only 4.1% of the US population is on some form of welfare. I honestly thought it was much higher. Also that there are 9 states where welfare pays more than the average salary of a US teacher... That's pretty wild....
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Interesting Statistics about Welfare.. Does it defy commonly held beliefs or not - FermeLaBouche
[link=(http://www.statisticbrain.com/welfare-statistics/)]LINK[/link] Very interesting statistics, I am a numbers person and they are not what I expected. ...
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re: Barcadia - you kind of suck - FermeLaBouche
Lot of hair gel and affliction going on in there too.. JS :cheers:...
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