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BadKarma62 06-16-09 09:19 AM

Cooking for a Clyde
 
Okay folks, need a few suggestions here.

I need some advice on what sports nutrition/weight loss cookbooks to get.
I already have a few that explain about nutrition, but are very light on the recipes. And I'm very handicapped when it comes to forming recipes.

I had thought about posting this in the Nutrition forum, but wanted responses from my fellow Clydes/Athenas for obvious reasons.

What do y'all use?

takingcontrol 06-16-09 09:41 AM

Try and cook everything, No prepackaged foods and keep your protein carb ratio 1 to 1. Get a ohmeric test done to see how many cal your body consumes at a resting state in a day. approx 500 less cal per day equals 1 lb per week. 1 pound of fat equals 3500 cal.

jponer 06-16-09 11:05 AM

Biggest loser cookbooks. Easy to follow recipes and the food tastes great. Just remember the key is portion control!

gw360 06-16-09 04:39 PM

I've had good luck with allrecipes.com - it's 100% free and the reviews can help you zero in on the best recipes. There are many health-conscious recipes available, and it's easy to make substitutions when needed for others, like ground turkey for ground beef, vegetable patties (GardenBurger, etc.) as meat stand-ins, using unsweetened applesauce instead of cooking oil (it works very well for many recipes), and other popular tricks.

Plynthblox 06-16-09 05:57 PM

The Mayo Clinic also has a large number of recipes you may want to take a look at: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/wei...ecipes/RE00126

kaljr82 07-01-09 09:26 AM

My best suggestion for weight loss is Weight Watchers. I have lost 50 pounds so far by doing weight watchers, and I am only 30 pounds away from my goal of 190 lbs and I know I will be damn close by the eend of summer.

youcoming 07-01-09 12:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Plynthblox (Post 9113544)
The Mayo Clinic also has a large number of recipes you may want to take a look at: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/wei...ecipes/RE00126

Mmmmmmm mayo


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