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    Orbster is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by RezH View Post
    I gather that you are struggling with "undereating". Having salad or any kind of meat isn't recommended, as they are more taxing on the digestive system. One or two pieces of fruit, some kind of vegetable juice, eggs, kefir, yogurt, whey, and almonds are all that the author says you should eat. Try it this way for a few weeks and the hunger pangs should fade.
    How can salad not be recommended when in the book it says "raw, green vegetables, of any variety" and "eating whole fruits is also allowed" so surely a bowl of leafy greens and chopped tomato is fine?

    Also with regards to meat - "sashimi, eggs, chicken breast, turkey breast, fish and shellfish" is all recommended in minimal amounts...no more than 6oz during the under eating phase.

    I did try grapefruit today which was very nice indeed but I was surprised at how little flesh there actually was considering the size of the fruit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orbster View Post
    How can salad not be recommended when in the book it says "raw, green vegetables, of any variety" and "eating whole fruits is also allowed" so surely a bowl of leafy greens and chopped tomato is fine?

    Also with regards to meat - "sashimi, eggs, chicken breast, turkey breast, fish and shellfish" is all recommended in minimal amounts...no more than 6oz during the under eating phase.

    I did try grapefruit today which was very nice indeed but I was surprised at how little flesh there actually was considering the size of the fruit.
    You are talking about meals. The undereating phase has no meals. You go without meals, but if you get really hungry(remember the talk about confusing thirst and hunger), you eat a small snack of veggies/fruit. Protein is not to be consumed on a regular basis. You only eat it protein when you are really, really craving it.

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    Did you WD'ers go straight into the diet or did you gradually ease yourselves into it?

    I have had no problems as yet drastically reducing my food intake and it seems clear so far I may need to reduce further.

    Thanks again.

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    I pretty much jumped right in. I find that almonds in the late afternoon help the hunger quite a bit in anticipation of the evening meal. A hardboiled egg or two during the undereating phase also helps. The only times I really feel hungry are about 8-9 AM (breakfast at 6 AM of only kefir and coffee), and then right before the evening meal around 6 PM.

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    Ok cool, and what sort of results are people getting from following this?

    I'm not overweight by any stretch of the imagination at 6'4" and 230lbs but would like to get below 10%bf.

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