Easy Ways To Lose Weight On Ray

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  1. biggirlkisss

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    easy ways tto lose weight on ray
     
  2. zztr

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    Don't overeat. Learn to eat only until you're not hungry anymore. This is the main thing. People chronically overeat for various reasons that are primarily psychological. I think they mostly interpret the stress of boredom as prompt for eating. The correct solution is to eliminate the boredom.

    The second thing is physical activity. I don't know anyone totally sedentary who doesn't at least have a potbelly. Ray Peat has a gut, though I grant you he's geriatric. If you want to be relatively lean you're at least going to have to walk daily, or something like that.

    I don't think diet composition tricks really enter into it for any significant number of people. It's simply: Don't stuff your face, and spend a good hour a day up on your feet moving about.
     
  3. Westside PUFAs

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    Evidence of the gut?
     
  4. Stryker

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    low fat , low phosphate , no wheat or soy lecithin

    have a nice day
     
  5. tca300

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    @Stryker Have you noticed any bacteria overgrowth or "cold/flu" symptoms on a low fat diet? How low in fat do you go ( not including medium chain triglycerides ) Thanks!
     
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    Get a high calcium to phosphate ratio. Ray says this. And keep the fat low. Once I got my calcium-to-phosphate ratio up, I started shedding pounds, about 1.5 lb /week. Doesn't mean you can eat fat with impunity. You have to keep that relatively low, but I don't watch it closely, but I do watch calcium-to-phosphate ratio closely.
     
  7. Stryker

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    no never , i have abit of white tongue but i think thats mostly from tobacco causing dry mouth

    at one stage i was having 5 grams a day which was about 1-1.5% of total calories , i think that was abit low and i tell people i know to stick around 0.20g per lb of lean mass
     
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    What does your diet look like?
     
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    Very low fat diet, and very low starch diet helps me get lean if I keep an eye on calories. I lean out at just above 3000 calories, and maintain close to 4000 calories eating this way. When I say very low fat I mean around 20 grams or less per day. Also, lots of walking and full body sun exposure during the hours vitamin D is available helps a lot.
     
  11. Stryker

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    right now ,
    low fat milk
    potatoes
    jasmine white rice
    caprylric acid
    beef liver
    red bull
    strawberry nesquick
    coffee
     
  12. mirc12354

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    So basically no meat except for the occasional liver? I'd love to be able to tolerate so much liquids I could get all the proteins I need from the milk alone.
     
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    pretty much , i have occasional chicken breast and trim cut beef steaks ..
    the milk i use is 64g protein per liter
    so 3 litres a day supplies much more than enough protein for me
    aswell as 5.2g of calcium.. which i find is a often overlooked nutrient for weight loss
     
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    what about supplements?
     
  15. Stryker

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    daily ones that i will continue to use based on positive outcomes and worth the cost have been
    tyronene
    Kuinone
    androsterone

    magnesium lysinate glycinate chelate
    Allithiamine

    Phenibut
    Mildronate
    acteyl L-Tyrosine
     
  16. mirc12354

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    Intersting stack. Doses?
     
  17. Stryker

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    tyronene - 16mcg
    Kuinone - 3mg
    androsterone - 3 mg

    magnesium lysinate glycinate chelate - 300mg
    Allithiamine - 50mg

    Phenibut - 1.25 gram
    Mildronate - 1 gram
    acteyl L-Tyrosine between 350mg and 1.5 grams ...depends
     
  18. DaveFoster

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    Why T3 only and not TyroMix?
     
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    as above mentioned by other members , lower fat intake.and make some bigger muscles as ray said.

    and also smaller and more frequent meals is good , if you find sweet point of how much carb is enough just to replete glycogen stores.
    also other reasons for smaller and more frequent meals: Dividing any food into smaller meals can lower... | Ray Peat Forum
     
  20. Stryker

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    Personally I felt as though any amount of t4 didn't improve how I felt in anyway
     
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