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Old 04-13-2011, 01:49 AM   #8 (permalink)
mariang
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Originally Posted by labamba813 View Post
I have been a vegetarian for 3 years now and I have just kinda stayed the same so I am trying to lose that last 10 pounds. However, in order to get a lot of protein I have to eat eggs (I have one whole egg and 2 whites in the am) and nuts and soy protein. Because of this, my pie chart shows fat as being the biggest percentage of my days. Its all unsaturated fat so it should be fine, right? Also, Healthy cholesterol/BP levels and I'm 24 and active (when I am not sitting at my desk at work). Please HELP!
I tried this diet for a while (years back as a veggie) - I did the Atkins diet, but replaced meats with eggs and vegan protein. I got my fats from healthy oils, dressings and full-fat cheeses. I got my carbs (mostly) from leafy greens and other raw veggies. Boring diet - but it works! (I currently am back on the diet, but have gone back to eating meats and fish)

70% fats, 25% protein, 5% carbs was the ratio I aimed for (this diet did not include nuts, soy, any sort of grains or seeds etc)

I never had any negative health repurcussions and was able to transition back to regular eating eventually!

Good luck!!!
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