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    I always used extra lean ground turkey. It does have a good flavor but is like rubber. IMHO ground turkey thighs - great! (I wonder if primal destroys people's taste buds.)

    I always thought a dietitian's idea of a treat would be a white bread sandwich with a saltine cracker filling.

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    Ugh. It makes me lose my appetite and my stomach clench just reading it! That garbage is what I used to eat during my endless dieting days. *shudder* YETCH. No wonder I couldn't lose weight.

    It's SO nice now that I can just eat all the good stuff now that tantalizes my taste buds and makes me enjoy a meal and still drop weight like crazy!

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    Wanna see an even 'better' one? This is a common day of food for a 'certified personal trainer' and 'sports nutritionist.'

    http://www.justmommies.com/forums/21285104-post4.html

    http://www.justmommies.com/forums/20374623-post3.html

    http://www.justmommies.com/forums/20030969-post3.html
    Last edited by NutMeg; 09-24-2010 at 10:16 PM. Reason: add second link

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    Quote Originally Posted by NutMeg View Post
    Wanna see an even 'better' one? This is a common day of food for a 'certified personal trainer' and 'sports nutritionist.'

    http://www.justmommies.com/forums/21285104-post4.html

    http://www.justmommies.com/forums/20374623-post3.html

    http://www.justmommies.com/forums/20030969-post3.html
    Whoa. Pepsi, cakes and chips as regular snacks, more than once a day?? Dude.

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    She also said: "thoughts: Took another rest day. I don't know why I'm so tired this week. Feel blah, sore throat, and just so sleepy. I took a nap today instead of working out"

    no wonder! Pina Coloda Cake? twice? and a brownie? bread....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christina* View Post
    Whoa. Pepsi, cakes and chips as regular snacks, more than once a day?? Dude.
    The sd part is she is a host for that board, and introduces herself this way,
    Welcome! I'm Tonya, one of your co-hosts and a certified personal trainer and sports nutritionist. I'm also going to school full time for my bachelors in exercise physiology with a minor in nutrition and plan to continue with my doctorate in physical therapy.
    It is unfortunate too, because people will always take her advice, regardless of what it is. Forget that I have been a physical therapy assistant for 9 years, and can help someone start a new fitness routine and avoid injury, they listen to her.

    This was her response to me when I first explained about my 'new way of eating'
    Adding more fruits and veggies is a great idea. But my opinion is that cutting out whole food groups isn't, unless you specifically have an allergy to that food. Lectin is used by the body to identify cells so that proteins know where to bind and where not to bind, etc. If you aren't allergic to them, they are a required component of our dietary intake. They are actually in a lot of foods (mostly plants), just in higher doses in some things then in others. This is basically a low carb diet (sorry, but 130 grams of carbs is low carb). The initial weight loss will be great, but it is mostly water and then the weight loss is more muscle then fat. Personally, I believe eating a well balanced food intake is still the healthiest option. But if you think you may be allergic, see an allergist to be tested.
    She never did respond to my reply to her...lol (read the whole thing here- if you can't tell it was Cordain paleo http://www.justmommies.com/forums/f3...ay-eating.html)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NutMeg View Post
    Wanna see an even 'better' one? This is a common day of food for a 'certified personal trainer' and 'sports nutritionist.'

    http://www.justmommies.com/forums/21285104-post4.html

    http://www.justmommies.com/forums/20374623-post3.html

    http://www.justmommies.com/forums/20030969-post3.html
    Wow. I can't believe she actually posted that publicly. Reading your above post, she seems like an idiot LOL There's that "well balanced" thing again. WTF does that mean, anyway? Yeah...let me take diet advice from a person who, apparently, can't get through the day without a sugar fix from pepsi or cakes/cookies.
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    Ha, I should try to find a photo she posted of herself.

    I think she is trying to prove to the world that you can be 'healthy' if you eat low fat, get enough exercise then the rest doesn't matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fitmom View Post
    Somehow I ended up on FitDay's email list (I don't know how) and this was in my inbox.
    Same thing here. Spamming sumbiches!

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