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Cutting out all unhealthyness from diet

Im trying a new diet that cuts out/limits all kinds of artificial shit, grease, fat , salt, etc.
So no fast food. No dressing on my salads. Lots of grilled chicken.

Problem is I don't feel full. No matter how many grilled chicken salads i eat. Or how much noodles/steamed rice. I eat until my stomach can't take anymore.. but I still feel like I'm starving.

I suspect this has to do with some nutrition deficiency but I don't know what. Or maybe my body just needs to adjust?

For the record , this diet is not about losing weight.

What can I add to my diet to give me that satisfied feeling? I'm taking vitamins and mineral supplements. I've got carbs in the form of bread and pasta every now and then.
Old 10-11-2009, 07:46 PM MC is offline  
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i'm made some diet changes similar to yours over the past few years. i know what you mean, but you need to re-learn what being "full" actually is. there's a difference between the feeling after stuffing yourself with favorite foods and not being hungry. try eating less for a week so you learn what hunger actually feels like. eventually you'll get used to it. or if you're diet sucks you might be lacking something, but that's less likely i think.

p.s. you need fats in your diet so find some good ones.
Old 10-11-2009, 07:56 PM _mike_ is offline  
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Fat is not "bad" for you. It sounds like you have a pretty vague description of what is "healthy" for you. You should understand why you eat certain things and why you don't, and you should understand what your body needs and where to get it from. Eating lean chicken breast and salad isn't exactly the most "healthy" (really, healthful) meal to base your entire diet around.
Old 10-12-2009, 05:37 AM mainbrotha is offline  
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Eat a bigger breakfast and front load your carbs. Eat oatmeal, the old fashion find. Add your own cinnamon and raisins. Eat a portion of protein as well.

Chicken is not the only answer. Try fish, salmon, tuna, talapia and other leanm eats like turkey. Turkey bacon is a good alternative to bacon.

You need carbs, just eat whole grains carbs. Check out Arnold's new sandwich flats that are 100% whole wheat and just 100 calories.
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Old 10-12-2009, 05:46 AM oleo is offline  
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a lot of it is mental. Track your calories for a couple days to make sure you are indeed eating enough. You will eventually get used to not being bloated and stuffed from eating crappy fast food.
Old 10-12-2009, 08:37 AM skadeeb is offline  
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For started you can switch to more filling carbs.

Also you should add more fats to your diet. Fats are not unhealthy
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You'll feel ten times more satisfied on a diet high in fats compared to a high carb diet.
Old 10-12-2009, 12:24 PM Electrikfuzz050 is offline  
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for the half of you that have experience with this and gave good info, thanks. The tip about oatmeal was particularly interesting. I've also stocked up on some healthier types of tuna.

for the rest claiming fats are healthy... educate yourselves before posting. There is a huge difference in fats.

Saturated fats are very damaging to your cardiovascular system (read: heart) .

I'm trying to bring down my BP as recommended by the docs. Smoking and Drinking are out for me (even though I only did those at most once per week before).
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I think they are recommending monounsaturated fats which ARE good for your heart.
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for the half of you that have experience with this and gave good info, thanks. The tip about oatmeal was particularly interesting. I've also stocked up on some healthier types of tuna.

for the rest claiming fats are healthy... educate yourselves before posting. There is a huge difference in fats.

Saturated fats are very damaging to your cardiovascular system (read: heart) .

I'm trying to bring down my BP as recommended by the docs. Smoking and Drinking are out for me (even though I only did those at most once per week before).
If you're monitoring your diet to lower your blood pressure, you should be minimizing your sodium intake as much as possible too. The grilled chicken you're eating should be freshly cooked or prepared, never frozen or even refrigerated. Refrigerated grilled chicken strips are loaded with sodium.

I also whole-heartedly second oleo's suggestion concerning the Arnold's sandwich flats. Less than half the carbs of two slices of whole wheat bread, low in calories and high in fiber.

edit: By not frozen or refrigerated, I mean it should be boneless uncooked chicken that you cook yourself and eat/store, not prepackaged stuff like Purdue's. Sorry for any confusion.
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for the half of you that have experience with this and gave good info, thanks. The tip about oatmeal was particularly interesting. I've also stocked up on some healthier types of tuna.

for the rest claiming fats are healthy... educate yourselves before posting. There is a huge difference in fats.

Saturated fats are very damaging to your cardiovascular system (read: heart) .

I'm trying to bring down my BP as recommended by the docs. Smoking and Drinking are out for me (even though I only did those at most once per week before).

Saturated fat is fine for you as long as you don't consume a high amount of carbs. All problems with high saturated fat intake are eliminated when carb content is reduced. Eating steak often is not a problem. Eating steak and a ton of potatoes often IS a problem.

(Bonus question: if saturated fat makes up ~50% of your cardiovascular system, why on earth would it be bad for you?)

Also, eating plain chicken and lettuce for every meal isn't going to get you the results you want. You need a balanced diet for that. The problem is when you're eating lots of carbs which are stored as fat and spike your insulin level.
Old 10-12-2009, 10:27 PM Electrikfuzz050 is offline  
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if you arent against using ephedrine i would suggest going for a week or two on it. what ive experienced is that it will reduce your appetite and also reduce the amount of food you can eat and become full. so after 2 weeks you wont be able to eat as much as you eat now and you get full faster with less food.
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First thing I thought of was an EC stack. Absolutely kills appetite for me.However I use it to lose weight which is not your intended goal.
Old 10-13-2009, 06:41 AM darkninja67 is offline  
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for the half of you that have experience with this and gave good info, thanks. The tip about oatmeal was particularly interesting. I've also stocked up on some healthier types of tuna.

for the rest claiming fats are healthy... educate yourselves before posting. There is a huge difference in fats.

Saturated fats are very damaging to your cardiovascular system (read: heart) .

I'm trying to bring down my BP as recommended by the docs. Smoking and Drinking are out for me (even though I only did those at most once per week before).



There's actually a good amount of literature out there on fat and how it can be good for you depending on how you balance your diet. Don't come into a thread with questions when you think you've got the answers already.
Old 10-13-2009, 06:50 AM mainbrotha is offline  
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Eat a huge breakfast, drink plenty of water. You'll get used to it after a while.
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