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6 weeks to lose 1 stone (14lbs) but I don't like meat!?

The only meat I like is ham, bacon and sausages. I know it would be healthy to have chicken and salad but I really don't like chicken! Help? Any ideas on what I could eat to lose a stone in 6 weeks?

Liar Keith - The Vegetarian Myth - Lierre Kieth - Vegan Myths - ISBN 1604860804 Amazon Book Author 978-1604860801 PM Press Food Diet and Recipe for Weight Loss

My normal day when counting my calories (1000 per day) is: actimel or something small for breakfast, cheese and crackers for lunch, pasta and soup for dinner. PROBLEM IS THE FOODS I LIKE ARE CARBS SUCH AS POTATO, PASTA, BREAD, ETC. How can I eat these and lose weight/alternatives????? THANKS!

I am 18 years old, weigh about 12 stone, 5ft4/5.

Carbs are not your enemy. If you want to be healthy and lose weight, then you need a HIGH CARB, low fat diet. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables, quinoa, lentils, nuts, seeds etc. Consume little fat. A little fat is vital for your health, but make sure you're eating good fats, not bad (nuts & seeds, avocados etc). I honestly don't know why you went to the Vegetarian & Vegan category if you were planning on eating meat for weightloss. The Paleo/Low carb diet is not healthy by any means and you'll most likely gain all that weight back once you go back to your regular diet again. Also, restricting calories/carbs means you're basically starving your body and depriving your body of essential nutrients that you need not only to keep yourself looking young, but also need in order to fuel your body so you can exercise and even think properly. Your immune system would also be a lot stronger on a high-carb, low-fat diet, so you're really more likely to lose weight this way. Just make sure you're eating the RIGHT carbs rather than processed crap that are empty calories.

Read The Starch Solution or check out Durianriders channel on YouTube.

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