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30 AMAZING Diet Tips in 2 Minutes- Lose Weight, Gain Muscle With This Health Advice!

June 11, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

ask your Q on FB- FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER- FREE GUY FAT LOSS PROGRAM- ALL MY VIDEOS! http 30 Nutrition Tips in 1 Minutes 1. Always eat a green vegetable with every meal 2. Eat over 100 grams of protein per day 3. Post-Work Out you should have protein and carbs like two scoops of whey and a high fructose fruit like a banana 4. Don’t use artificial sweeteners (or use the minimum amount) 5. No trans fats 6. For fat loss eat less than 100 grams of carbs per day 7. If you have MORE than 50 pounds of fat to lose, eliminate your carbs 8. Women never eat less than 1200 calories per day. 9. Guys never less than 1600 calories 10. Don’t use diet pills, thermogenics or any product someone endorses 11. Don’t do cleanses or stick anything up your butt for weight loss (90% of cleanses are retarded) 12. Don’t eat carbs before bed 13. Eat at least 4-5 times throughout the day 14. Your biggest meals should be breakfast, lunch, then dinner, not the other way around 15. Fat loss is easier if you eliminate gluten, cow dairy, soy, sweeteners 16. Drink at least 4L of Water Per Day 17. The latest you can eat is 1 hour before bed 18. Drink 3 Cups of Loose Leaf Green Tea Per Day 19. Don’t exceed 30 grams of carbs per meal for fat loss 20. Take at least 6 grams of fish oil per day 21. Drink 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar 22. Not all saturated fats are bad. Eggs, goat butter, coconut oil are great 23. Its better to not cheat 24. Focus on quality

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