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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamo View Post
    i never gained so much weight so fast as i did when i ate pb&j 4 times a day. go eat some food, double your intake of whatever you eat now.
    ok forget that i mentioned i havn't gained weight

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    Quote Originally Posted by jAy_Dub View Post
    LOL

    You might as well have just written blah blah blah blah blah blah blah.

    I see no diet here. You obviously dont care about getting help and putting in real work to get results.

    I hope you're in a great financial position cuz that gluten free stuff is pricey $$

    Have fun!

    u need to relax man. no i have no posted my diet, it changes everyday and i do not record it so writing it down is not going to happen instantly. i expected this to be less about me and more about the idea i proposed.

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    wut

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphagoose View Post
    ok forget that i mentioned i havn't gained weight
    are you eating 4 pb&j sandwiches a day on top of what you eat right now? thats what I thought, go try that. Don't fool yourself either and do a little smear of jelly and pb on each side, load it up. go ahead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Belial View Post
    Guys, meet dead horse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belial View Post
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    yea pretty pointless discussion

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    You could always get your poop tested to determine digestive efficiency I suppose. That's probably the only way to get peace of mind. That's what I finally did concerning my test levels. Nothing like having numeric data to base things off of. I have an appointment with my gastro doc in July.......if I can remember I'll pick his brain on the gluten issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphagoose View Post
    u need to relax man. no i have no posted my diet, it changes everyday and i do not record it so writing it down is not going to happen instantly. i expected this to be less about me and more about the idea i proposed.
    I think we pretty much covered the idea you proposed and determined its a terrible one. I was simply trying to help you out (in a asshole-ish sort of way) but eh whatever man.


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