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shakethesilence
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PostSubject: Hello! and welcome!   Tue Apr 14, 2015 10:29 am

Okay.. the first thing I wrote was tl;dr.. here's a short version!
Constantly researching about nutrition, calories and exercises.
Want to become a personal trainer.
So close to my goal.
Ask me anything, I will try my hardest to give you a solid answer!
Anything you want me to talk about, let me know!
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PostSubject: Re: Hello! and welcome!   Wed Apr 15, 2015 7:48 pm

I wanna see the tldr!!
I mean, if you still wanted to write it long. :p
Don't be shy.
Your words are important!

My question right now is what are your favorite healthy snacks to have when you feel like mindlessly snacking??
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shakethesilence
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PostSubject: Re: Hello! and welcome!   Thu Apr 16, 2015 6:25 am

The tldr was a whole crappie load about how keep started, my goals, what I've done and where I am now xD. Apparently, it was too long. T_T

Oh boy! That depends on my mood. But the list is:

Almonds (they are a good source of fat and other healthy nutritional stuff (vitamins and protein)*
Cashews (same as above)*
Peanuts (^^^^)*
Peanuts butter (^^^^^)*
Celery
Carrots
Apples*
And if I want to boost my protein intake more:
Protein bar (low carbs)
Protein cookies (found a recipe)

*Although, most nuts are healthy. These are my favorite. Also, best to AVOID the honey glazed, roasted in oil, ect. Raw or dry roasted are the best way to guarantee your healthy, delicious intake! No bad fats added!
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PostSubject: Re: Hello! and welcome!   Thu Apr 16, 2015 6:26 am

*I only eat the apple right after a jog or work out, since it's a simple carb and releases it's sugar (energy) rather quickly
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