In northern Europian countries like UK, eating conventional bananas is quite challenging.
Sometimes I just eat them for the sake of getting enough calories in, not because they taste good.
Organic bananas and dates are hard to get and expensive too, so I eat juices, dried fruit, potatoes, rice, barley, quinoa and veggies and I really enjoy the taste of it and still feel good and full of energy next day.
it can be a struggle in Australia to get variety! at least theres always bananas, dates and salad lol
eeee! permission to eat rice in addition to my fruits and veg! He's right - it's tough even in sunny QLD to get good, ripe fruit!
HIGH CARB...LOW FAT!!!! TOTALLY :)))) I wish I knew bout this way~o~eating years agoooo ;) Thank you again DR for your videos and advice!
This is why I love this forum...you tell it like it is. Great video...thanks :D
You will find it impossible to eat 10 000cals of fruits unless your putting out crazy amounts of calories via massive daily stress/physical activity. Fruit is simply so lacking in stimulation like salted, msg'd food hence why 1000% of long term fruit bats are slim people.
Same on rice and potatoes. One can ONLY get obese if they add fat to them to bulk up the cals. 4cals per gram of carbs vs 9cals per gram of fat AND fat gets stored as fat where carbs get stored as glycogen and excess is burned as dietary thermogenesis.
Hence why I could sit on the couch for the rest of my life feating on whatever low fat carbs I desired and still stay trim. I wouldnt be toned, I wouldnt be healthy (sedentary diet is dangerous) and I would feel crap compared to someone getting daily fresh air and some lymphatic pumping.
Thanks 10000 was an exaggeration but I talked to one of the moderators and she gave me awesome advice. Instead of obsessing over more calories I need to cut back on my excessive excersising and I was also lifting weights on the same days I was doing 2 hours of cardio I also have not been allowing myself a day free of activity. So now its 45 minutes of cardio and weights on alternating days! I really think its awesome advice and I really think its going to help so I don't still feel starving after eating 4000 or more calories a day. I also have definatley not been drinking enough water, but making the effort now. I'm proud to say Im back on the HCRV bandwagon for 2 days and am super optimistic about doing it long term!! Love the message you spread and the way you go about doing it!! You must feel really lucky that you and Freelee found eachother in this big world!
That sort of workload is just gonna burn you out BIG TIME lol!
A girl I train with in Adelaide sometimes just made the Olympic marathon team. Not even she does that much volume/intensity! (2hrs a day) Id cut it back to 20mins a day of cardio and MAX twice a week weights training. Do that for the 6months- year and then ramp it up after that to 30mins a day. Do your cardio at a pace that you can talk comfortably. If you can't talk, your going to hard.
Cycle commuting, cycling up hills is HANDS DOWN the best body thinning cardio on the planet btw. The biggest weight loss transformations Ive seen have been with cycling outdoors.
stationary bike is good but its so boring its not fun therefore not sustainable. I mean you can't race other commuters or oggle at fit runner chicks etc.
You are also breathing in stale air vs outside air.