Ulcasterdropout said:Maybe try thiomucase cream for reducing the
fat pad. Heard it works but I'm skeptical.
Carbs are essential to a healthy diet. Low carb diets are not healthy. They may make you lose fat quickly, but it's a really terrible way to do it. Granted, some people are extremely overweight, and for them a low carb diet may be what they need. But even still carbs are essential and once they get their weight down they should start eating carbs again.BeBobBox said:9cyclops9, wuts wrong with a lo carb diet???
I feel like I am becoming expeienced these two areas since I started my quest to lose weight and lower my blood pressure. My blood pressure was between 89-92 when I started this. My weight was at 225. It has been about 3 weeks and my blood pressure has dropped to 72-74 and I have lost 19 pounds. The changes I made were not drastic at all they were quite simple. I eliminated all table sugars from my diet. I replaced soda with water . I limited my self to one cup of coffee a day. I stopped eating all processed foods. I eliminated most simple carbs from my diet and now consume mostly complex carbs (in limited numbers) I eat mainly lean red meat, skinless chicken, fish, whole grain breads, cheese, milk, limited amounts of rice and pasta, vegetables, some fruit, prezels, and for my sweet tooth I invested in some RUSSELL STOFFER low carb, sugar free, candy. In addition to my diet I also exercise at least once daily for 30 minutes doing moderate aerobics. I also try to take a walk evey evening for about 30 minutes. So far so good.loco said:anyone go tany suggestions on getting rid of or at least trimming back my fat pad? and abs?
and open for advice for lowering my blood pressure.
blood pressure wasn't a problem till last year or so and would like to clear it up.
Supra said:Can some one explain a fat pad? I dont know what it is at all, seeing I dont have one, is it just the nice way of saying you have a beer gut?
Not necessarily. It's just some fat below the belt on the pubic bone area.