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 Post subject: LPMNDCTE's Transition from meat to vegetarian
PostPosted: Fri May 07, 2010 1:30 pm 
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LPMNDCTE's Transition from meat to vegetarian -

Day One will start on Monday (if all goes well)

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 Post subject: Re: LPMNDCTE's Transition from meat to vegetarian
PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2010 11:19 am 
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Finch

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Began research and already started switching products to include more veggies and alternate sources for protein.

I'll plan to order these proteins soon:

Gemma Pea Protein
Rice Protein


I'll follow the Lacto-ovo Vegetarian Plan for now (Being a vegan or raw vegan is too hard for me, so my goal is just to Lacto-ovo for now)


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 Post subject: Re: LPMNDCTE's Transition from meat to vegetarian
PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2010 10:04 am 
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NO MEAT - Day One


Veggie Time - (Low Calories because I'm still recovering from E-Coli/Food Poisoning)


Pre Exercise - 1 Heaping Whey Protein Scoop in Water
45 Minute Treadmill Walk
Post Excerise - 2 Medium Apples

Meal 1 - 6 Boiled Egg Whites (no yolks)
1 Tea Bag


Meal 2 - Health Choice Soup 'Country Vegetable' with 1 slice 100% wheat bread


Meal 3 - 1 Tea Bag with 100 Grams Almonds & 1 slice 100% wheat bread


Meal 4 - 7/8 Cup Oatmeal with 1 level Scoop Whey Protein


Meal 5 - ?????

Meal 6 - ?????

Snack - ????
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Day Two - Say No to Meat

Yesterday, I took in too many carbs. I'm need to work at lowering my carb intake Even though I did not get a great deal of sleep, energy levels were increasing. Still recovering from food poisoning & E-Coli.


Day Three - Feeling a little constipated throughout the morning, but I'm getting my nutrients back up to competent level. I was able to speak with my personal trainer and dropped my macros a bit. I'm going to switch from cable crunches to a different weighted ab exercise (decline ab routine). Currently, I have to continue my intake of a high water to flush out my system. I'm feeling a lot better though and I believe that I'm ready for a max workout.


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 Post subject: Re: LPMNDCTE's Transition from meat to vegetarian
PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 8:27 pm 
Good luck on your transition. I started mine about a week before you did.


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