Weight loss soup

Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by purpledonkey, Oct 24, 2005.

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  1. purpledonkey

    purpledonkey Guest

    Someone posted this in another thread in OT and I had some questions.

    1. Does this make you shit all day long.
    2. Can I just throw this all in a crock pot and leave it stewing?
    3. Do I need to supplement anything or will the soup retain enough of the nutrients?
    4. Side effects?
    5. Can I expect to lose 5-15lbs every time I do it?
     
  2. SteveO

    SteveO Guest

    there's no short cut to dieting, eat clean and monitor your calories
     
  3. purpledonkey

    purpledonkey Guest

    I didn't think doing this thing week after week would be a short cut.
     
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    JAFAR FPS whore OT Supporter

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    JustBlazin Ironic Punishment

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    this is a pre-surgery diet that they usually put people on if their going into surgery. i know a girl who went on this, yea she lost some minimal weight, but put it back on the second she went off the diet.
     
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    Perkwunos Dog Bones OT Supporter

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    she probably lost a ton of LBM
     
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    G-n-P New Member

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    I've heard and seen this diet associated with heart and other types of hospital patients. THere is no magic in the ingredients, it jst tricks you into thinking you ate something when in reality you have consumed about 100 calories per meal.

    You will lose a few pounds. If you go back to you old habits when you get done with this diet, then you will put it back on. It is a sad fact but the only "diets" that work long term for body recomposition are lifestyle changes.
     
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