Originally Posted by Derek Weaver
They pretty much just need to hit their protein requirement and EFA's (the premise of RFL from what I understand). After that, there's not a lot of caloric wiggle room in terms of carbs and fats.
Exactly, it's not rocket science after all. None of this dividing the plate in thirds or such nonsense. Just plunk down the right size chunk of protein smack dab in the middle of the plate and eat that first to trigger some satiety. Then eat the veggies or salad you dribbled around the protein. Then if you still feel like you're starving, have seconds on the veggies, or have a small chunk of fat or a piece of fruit. Bang! You're done! Go get a life so you'll be too busy to think about eating for 5 or 6 hours.
Ben Fury, CFT, CMT
“People who do not eat butterflies will wear their clothes the wrong way, and people who wear their clothes the wrong way are inviting lemmings inside.”
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