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Old 09-03-2011, 06:43 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by AdamF View Post

The biggest problem I have, being in college and living at home, is I have very little control over my diet.
I think you "may" have more control over your diet than you think.



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I eat what my parents make, and I'm pretty happy that I can get that, because I would be eating ramen and PBJs if I was on my own. So other than the obvious of portion control, what can I do?

The best idea Ive seen is to do a warrior diet or some other form of intermittent fasting. That way I can just fast for the day and eat dinner at home. Seems to be easy and will work with my schedule.

Does anyone have any other ideas that may help me? Even if its just links to other reads or anything, I just don't feel that I would be even remotely competitive at the 242s or even 220s.

Thanks in advance.

I mean this with utmost respect.

Do you have two hands? I am sure they are capable of making more than PBJ's

Can you cook and prepare food? If you do not know how, honestly learn how.

Do you get or earn money?

Do you have access to things in the house? Like the refrigerator, and things in the cupboard?

Do you have a car or access to a car to go to the grocery store?

Can you ask your parents to get things (on a list you make) at the store when they go shopping?


In addition, what have YOU figured your calorie maintenance line to be and where are you going to set calorie deficits at?
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