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Newcomer on a High Protein Vegetarian Diet - Need help

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Old 01-28-2013, 12:48 PM   #1
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Default Newcomer on a High Protein Vegetarian Diet - Need help

Hi,

I started a Low calorie (1200) High Protein diet (70gms)...been almost two weeks do not see any weight loss and seem to be bloated all the time...Any advise is welcome..

here is what I eat typically on a daily basis

- Oatmeal for breakfast
- Snack: Protein shake
- Lunch : Salad and cottage cheese
- Snack : Protein bar
- Dinner : Some carb like 1 slice of whole wheat bread or 1/2 cup brown rice along with some steamed vegetables & may be tofu/cottage cheese

Taking some multivitamin and Cal-Vitamin D...and flax seed oil supplements..
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Old 01-28-2013, 01:03 PM   #2
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Hi,

I started a Low calorie (1200) High Protein diet (70gms)...been almost two weeks do not see any weight loss and seem to be bloated all the time...Any advise is welcome..

here is what I eat typically on a daily basis

- Oatmeal for breakfast
- Snack: Protein shake
- Lunch : Salad and cottage cheese
- Snack : Protein bar
- Dinner : Some carb like 1 slice of whole wheat bread or 1/2 cup brown rice along with some steamed vegetables & may be tofu/cottage cheese

Taking some multivitamin and Cal-Vitamin D...and flax seed oil supplements..
I think you might have stumbled across this board by accident. Ideal Protein is a diet that doesn't allow many carbs, particularly bread,rice or regular oatmeal. Good luck on your weight loss journey though.
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