The dangers of the iDave diet
very interesting reading .
currently doing a diploma in nutrition .
I have lost 8kg in the past few moths by increasing the exercise , 5 miles of running a day instead of 5 miles cycling , and cutting down on snacks .
but cant seem to loose anymore , so hopefully that diet will help to shift the extra kilos .Posted 6 years agosamuriMember
I’m not doing the diet but I’m definately stuck just above the 10% threshold. Just can’t seem to go that little bit further. Mainly because of the bacon, beer and chocolate.
My difficulty is working out when to shave my stomach to get a quick picture of my sixpack. I don’t want to have to do it more than once.Posted 6 years ago
I’m quite lean except for the stomach and just can’t seem to get rid, only a couple of kilos I guess.Posted 6 years ago
What can I do to get rid?
I can’t run- dodgy knees.
Riding when I can, 3X85-105km rides (1.500-2.000m climbing) per week but I can’t realistically get higher than 80% max HR because of the f*****g, b*****d, a**e wiping asthma, so no caning it.
Generally the asthma is under control and I’m looking to get back into endurance events, 12 hr solo SS or not so SS type of thing.
Diet is more or less iDave but I do eat cereal and fruit, even the iDave way the final couple of kgs wouldn’t shift.
I’ve been doing really well at the diet but last night I went windsurfing and it was a pretty strenuous session.
I got home and planned to just have quinoa with the ragu (spag bol for the uninitiated) I’d made earlier, but I came over all ravenous, munched on 2 or 3 cheddars biscuits, decided to have spag, not quinoa, had some parmesan too, and scoffed a kitkat before turning in.
I don’t know what came over me, but it was my first real transgression for a couple of weeks.Posted 6 years ago
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