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post #31 of 44 Old 09-22-2004, 9:20 PM
 
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Re: The future of Wonderbread & Twinkies?

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Sounds like Bacchy might have some competition? How tall can you be at 118lbs??

My buddy; We used to call him big Mondo. Well he went to graduate school in Merry old England. He gave up the beef as he was mad enough already. So now he is back and still wont eat beef. He must have lost 50lbs. It really is sad. He used to throw the best Carne Asada bbqs.

Ever heard the expression "Give the man a twinkie" Kinda the opposite of "You owe tigerblade a dollar"
its been discussed and I lost in my attempt to take the crown as smallest on the .org https://www.fireblades.org/forums/showthread.php?t=27808
I'm 5'4"

I hope your friend doesn't run into and other health problems.

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Re: The future of Wonderbread & Twinkies?

Ok.... I guess I am on the chopping block.

Grandfather dead age 67 heart attack due to diabetes

Dad 54 has type II diabetes

Me..... 5 10 and 315 when I started..... now down to 274 and still going.

I am doing a reduced carbohydrate, increased proteins and green vegetables diet.

I have to due it this way.... We have no family history of heart disease, but diabetes yes. I am able to settle my blood sugar by removing processed flours and simple sugars and increasing my fiber intake and more lean proteins.

I do not want to see a man lose his job over my diet choice, but I must make sure that I do what it takes to be at a point where 67 is not a possible age of death..

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Re: The future of Wonderbread & Twinkies?

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Yeah, that's the obvious one if they eat all that meat and fat. I was wondering if there was something else.
Abtech already covered it, but if you actually exercise to be fit and healthy (not just to be thin or a muscle monster), you aren't gonna be happy about an all protein diet.



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Re: The future of Wonderbread & Twinkies?

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Ok.... I guess I am on the chopping block.

Grandfather dead age 67 heart attack due to diabetes

Dad 54 has type II diabetes

Me..... 5 10 and 315 when I started..... now down to 274 and still going.

I am doing a reduced carbohydrate, increased proteins and green vegetables diet.

I have to due it this way.... We have no family history of heart disease, but diabetes yes. I am able to settle my blood sugar by removing processed flours and simple sugars and increasing my fiber intake and more lean proteins.

I do not want to see a man lose his job over my diet choice, but I must make sure that I do what it takes to be at a point where 67 is not a possible age of death..
That makes a bunch of sense. I quit drinking soda for this reason. I love sweets, but don't want diabetes. I quit drinking soda, won't give up the ice cream!



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Re: The future of Wonderbread & Twinkies?

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Abtech already covered it, but if you actually exercise to be fit and healthy (not just to be thin or a muscle monster), you aren't gonna be happy about an all protein diet.
Yup, agreed. I used to be into fairly serious weightlifting and aerobics. Needed the carbs for sure! No way I'd eliminate them to lose weight, as I know it can be done with carbs included.
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Re: The future of Wonderbread & Twinkies?

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Ok.... I guess I am on the chopping block.

Grandfather dead age 67 heart attack due to diabetes

Dad 54 has type II diabetes

Me..... 5 10 and 315 when I started..... now down to 274 and still going.

I am doing a reduced carbohydrate, increased proteins and green vegetables diet.

I have to due it this way.... We have no family history of heart disease, but diabetes yes. I am able to settle my blood sugar by removing processed flours and simple sugars and increasing my fiber intake and more lean proteins.

I do not want to see a man lose his job over my diet choice, but I must make sure that I do what it takes to be at a point where 67 is not a possible age of death..

DEPO, whatever you have to do to maintain your health is of paramount importance, for you and your family.

The majority of Atkins adherents ( and we're talking about millions of people )are yuppie fadsters and people looking for the quick fix. You're eating better and smarter for the long run. Concentrated calories aren't in your best interest, obviously.

The only downside to your dieting success will be the increased performance of your 954 when I'm trying to get around you...


edit: and even at your most prodigious eating stage, you couldn't have made much of a dent in our former 1.5 million dozen production rate in the good old days..

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Sounds like Bacchy might have some competition? How tall can you be at 118lbs??
CBRVFR has us both beat.

And as for this talk about junk food - give me Ding Dongs, or give me death!
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Re: The future of Wonderbread & Twinkies?

OK, while some people here are in confession mode, I'll ante up. In 1993 I awoke to the fact that I was some 50 pounds heavier than I was just 10 years earlier. Since I had started racing again, I began to notice that several riders were beginning to use me as a drafting tool and I decided I was going to do something about it.

I began a balanced (except for dairy, which I never ate anyway) 1800 calorie diet and essentially cut out anything with high fat content. I began free weight training every other day for 40 minutes. I don't run for anyone, so I began walking around 2 miles on the days I didn't do weights. I also skipped food entirely 1 day a week. I began this on my birthday (right before Christmas) and by March 28th had lost 50 pounds. This was pretty difficult considering I was replacing fat with muscle and for every 5 pounds I lost, I would gain back 3 in muscle weight, so it was really a case of consistently burning more calories than I was consuming in order to lose the weight.

I have continued this regimen since 1993 and although I miss a few weight sessions occasionally and will have a piece of cake every once in awhile, I still weigh within 7 or so pounds of my "college" weight. There are some personal health issues that I have to deal with (getting old is in fact a bitch) but if I began to skip carbs, I think I would be headed downhill fast.
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The only downside to your dieting success will be the increased performance of your 954 when I'm trying to get around you...


Like you were getting around me anyway.....


I just want people to understand what a struggle weight has been for my family and I am going to make sure that I am around long enough to enjoy the fruits of my labor.

I have been as low as 185 lbs, yes 185 and as high as 315 and I will not yo-yo again. It is treadmill 6 nights a week and eating a diet that makes sense. Especially nothing past 7:00 PM

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Like you were getting around me anyway.....


I just want people to understand what a struggle weight has been for my family and I am going to make sure that I am around long enough to enjoy the fruits of my labor.

I have been as low as 185 lbs, yes 185 and as high as 315 and I will not yo-yo again. It is treadmill 6 nights a week and eating a diet that makes sense. Especially nothing past 7:00 PM
thats a big key right there, people who gain a lot of weight can trace it back to eating before they go to bed.

I'm very lucky to be blessed with a fast metabolism.

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There is a huge Dolly Madison factory/bakery near here. The air smells yummy when you drive by.
Which plant do you live near....Emporia?

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Re: The future of Wonderbread & Twinkies?

there was an episode of The Family Guy where there was a nuclear war and the family all survived and wasn't mutated but they needed food and the only thing not destroyed was the Twinkie Factory in Natick.

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Are Ho-Ho's safe? That's what I'm worried about.
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Only if you use condoms.
what does an almost extinct bird have to do with anything

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