>>35536521 I feel like I'm beyond help. I don't know why. I'm some uncontrollable zombie and I find it extremely difficult if not impossible to control myself.
I'm not even that much overweight anymore. 215 @ 6'2 and muscular. I just can't cut, and I haven't been able to get up and go to the gym for the past month.
I don't eat candy or drink pop, and beer isn't even the problem. I just eat too much food, whether it's chicken and rice, or sushi. I'm never full, either that or I'm bored. I don't know what to do... I lost 80 lbs in highschool and now that seems so foreign to me.
>>35536669 I haven't, actually. The only thing I remember that worked for me was cutting out gluten--whether that just reduced my carbs significantly, or I have an allergy to it, I don't know. I've been doing the same thing for almost a week now and definitely have more energy, just hoping I don't crash.
Veggies with every single meal, big portions. Cut the stupid beer anyway until you've gotten a grip on yourself. Substitute the rice with quinoa and, again, load it with veggies. Think of grains as useful for just adding texture. Get your fullness and nutrient density and calories from smart combinations.
>>35536812 Well, I don't know how it's changed, but a stereotype at least is that they don't eat a lot of meat or fried foods. And besides, they're really harsh in general towards "unsocial behaviors". I'm positive over-eating is considered uncouth and disgusting.
>>35536779 >I just want to know what you think of rice The guy who replied wasn't me, but I recommended quinoa because the nutritional profile and caloric profile is better. Just giving you quick and easy changes that add up.
What that other guy said about Asian culture - who cares. We have indisputable numbers to go by. Rice isn't great. Adopt the "well I can still eat this overall shitty food since it won't detriment my progress" once you actually get a grip on yourself. Pointless to give up discipline before that.
Also, you could find out through self-experimentation what one macro leaves you the most satisfied -> stop eating meals that are rich in only one macro -> use the macro you figured out and combine it with another -> self-experiment again and figure out what gives you the most fullness. Then once you know the combination for satisfaction + fullness that works for you, use it to control your appetite. organize in a way that works for you.
For example, carbs leave me the most satisfied. Fat leaves me the most full. My last meal is heavy in carbs and fat. I have meals spread out the day that are moderate in protein but only sparing in terms of fat and carbs. I go to sleep on a happy stomach making the combination that works for as my last meal.
Pic related for what I do. I can eat the same things practically every day without any problem or itch to regress.
>>35536812 Honestly, as a huge weeaboo, I'm more in tune with Asian culture than US culture.
Asians eat like crap, but their portions are so small that it makes up for it. Seriously, go to any Asian market and seriously look at a bento box. Then realize that they don't fill it to the brim and 90% of it is filled with steamed rice, which is barely a portion to an American.
>>35536631 Hey man, I had a friend just like you actually. He's 5'10 and roughly 195 and was never really able to cut, but recently got ridic cut with abs and jaw bone showing.
What he did was go through Chris Jones' cutting program and followed it strictly with even a weight scale. For the exercises Chris recommended, my friend felt it wasn't enough and just added a little more volume and 2 or so more exercises related to whatever muscle group he was supposed to work that day.
Once off the program, he started eating more loosely, but consciensly, and gained roughly 18lbs which made his abs a little and jaw-line a little less visible, but he still looks great. Just doesn't have that vacuum Saran-wrap look anymore, but still pretty damn cut in our community's (slight body dis-morphia) eyes.
I know it sounds cheesy to tell you to go buy Chris Jones' workout/macro plan, but what I'm trying to get to is that diet is literally EVERYTHING. So once you learn to track macros and correctly eat what you are suppose to eat, you will be on your whey to hitting your goal.
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