Finally deciding that I want a healthy life and a better looking body that I am so envious of all of you F&N OGs in here. I used to be a soccer player, went to college to play, and tore my ACL. Weight piled on, and I check in at 222 @ 5'11. I smoked my last cigarette, and went to buy groceries containing: 10 cans of tuna, carrots, mixed salad, egg whites, and a ton of bananas. I know that cardio will most likely be key accompanied with a great diet as well. I know when you quit smoking cigarettes you are more inclined to put on weight, so I will have to counteract that scenario with a ton of cardio. I don't have a simple # of lbs I want to lose over a certain # of months. I just want to lose fat steadily. I will browse through these stickies which seem to be written by God from what I see how you all respect them. With a diet that consists mostly of what I bought for my first trip to the groceries, am I missing any key ingredients? I have read a lot about the importance of flax oil, omega 3, and multivitamins. Are these essential in a fat burning diet/lifestyle change? Thanks for whatever answers I get.