I have been a healthy weight from the get go. Well, I probably can stand to lose a few pounds but I'm not worried. Well, I recently cut out processed foods and my weight is starting to dip down. I can tell because I can feel the ribs in my chest.
(And, just for an argument for not sitting all day, my butt is the only place that still has any fat
Anyways, cutting out the sugar and almond milk has really helped my IBS, but I do not want to become underweight. Plus, I'm only eating about 1500 calories a day. I do eat until I'm full.
So, my question is, what healthy things should I add in to maintain a healthy weight? Nuts and seeds aren't the greatest since they upset my IBS (It can be a pain in the you-know-what, quite literally!).
I think I know the answer, but I have been curious about what Star McDougallers do and have wanted to ask for a while.
Normally I eat lots of brown rice, beans, veggies, 2 peices of fruit if I feel like it, and the odd "bread" product that's gluten-free.
I want to maintain while being able to keep a moderate exercise routine.
Thanks, and this forum is a great idea!