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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #40 on: September 20, 2010, 02:37:02 AM »
i want oatmeal to be sweet. ok lang ba haluan ng muscovado sugar? hindi naman white sugar eh. . hehe. would it still be effective?

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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #41 on: September 20, 2010, 03:22:21 AM »
ako naman, i never tried the flavored ones.. i like the unflavored oatmeal.. but i put sugar and sometimes milk.. and di ko din 'to breakfast food since i seldom eat breakfast. i eat oatmeal as substitute to dinner. before elevated and BP ko, maybe because that time lagi akong puyat then i tried oatmeal diet for a week. everynight oatmeal lang ako. when i go back to the doctor and the nurse ws checking my VS she said "infairness naglose ka ng 10 pounds and normal na BP mo".

so glad to stumble upon your post sis... elevated kasi yun BP ko ngayon and im really finding ways on how to correct this.....will definitely try this! thanks
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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #42 on: September 20, 2010, 03:32:24 AM »
hello! i've tried oatmeal diet last march. actually crash diet yung ginawa ko.... ang kinakain ko lang oatmeal, tuna in water, hard boiled egg tsaka fruits lol madalas apples. yung oatmeal ko, either powdered milk or nestle milk chocolate ang hinahalu ko tas artificial sweetener kaya matamis parin sha. and mejo watery yung consistency na ginagawa ko, para di mahirap kainin pag yung usual kasi, nakakasuya eh. yun ang ginawa kong substitute for rice, pag morning with hard boiled egg. pag lunch, with tuna in water. pag dinner, with fruits. within two weeks, i lost 18lbs lol... pero ngayon nabawi ko nanaman nyahaha kaya diet mode ulit.

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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #43 on: September 28, 2010, 02:40:04 PM »
hello! i've tried oatmeal diet last march. actually crash diet yung ginawa ko.... ang kinakain ko lang oatmeal, tuna in water, hard boiled egg tsaka fruits lol madalas apples. yung oatmeal ko, either powdered milk or nestle milk chocolate ang hinahalu ko tas artificial sweetener kaya matamis parin sha. and mejo watery yung consistency na ginagawa ko, para di mahirap kainin pag yung usual kasi, nakakasuya eh. yun ang ginawa kong substitute for rice, pag morning with hard boiled egg. pag lunch, with tuna in water. pag dinner, with fruits. within two weeks, i lost 18lbs lol... pero ngayon nabawi ko nanaman nyahaha kaya diet mode ulit.
I think i will try to incorporate the hard boiled eggs and tuna with my oatmeal... kasi gutumin ako.... I even add flaxseed or wheatgerm para pabusog...pero minsan, di talaga kaya....
thanks for sharing.

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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #44 on: September 28, 2010, 05:22:34 PM »
yung old fashion and mas healthy at andun pa yung fibers niya
compare sa white oats

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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #45 on: September 28, 2010, 06:35:27 PM »
^^ glad to be of help sis. haha pero i suggest, eat them separately ha. di sila terno sa lasa eh, hehe! you can experiment w/ fruits din. actually mas nakakabusog pa pag fruits. yun lang pag nagwwork out ka, mas ok kung meron kang protein.  :)

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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #46 on: September 28, 2010, 11:54:17 PM »
Favorite ko oatmeal, grandpa ko kasi lagi ako pinapakain nung bata pa ako. Sa ngayon, I can't live without oatmeal. Pwede breakfast, merienda, mignight snack.

Eto kinakain ko kapag nagpupuyat ako sa paggawa ng thesis ko. Kapag nagpupuyat kasi ako, sobra ang gutom ko, syempre ayoko naman tumaba ng bongga kaya oatmeal ang kinakain ko.

Hinahaluan ko pala ng konting milk & ovaltine, walang sugar.

Anong fruit ang masarap ihalo? Hindi ko pa kasi na-try haulan ng fruits eh.
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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #47 on: September 29, 2010, 02:01:40 AM »
^for me ang most neutral is banana.... as in mix mo w/ oatmeal, ok sha. pero ako lahat ng fruits sinasabay ko eh. but not mixed ha, haha on the side lang.

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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #48 on: September 29, 2010, 07:16:14 AM »
natry ko aside from banana is apple. ok naman but i still like mixing a little milo.
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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #49 on: September 29, 2010, 11:34:45 AM »
^^ glad to be of help sis. haha pero i suggest, eat them separately ha. di sila terno sa lasa eh, hehe! you can experiment w/ fruits din. actually mas nakakabusog pa pag fruits. yun lang pag nagwwork out ka, mas ok kung meron kang protein.  :)
I need protein and fruit as snack na lang siguro..... matakaw kasi ako....  ;D

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« Reply #50 on: October 06, 2010, 05:27:42 PM »
hay itong diet na to...i need to incorporate this ulit :(
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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #51 on: October 07, 2010, 05:25:23 PM »
my wedding is on February 2011, nakapagpabook na ko ng gagawa ng gown ko, ang sukatan is scheduled last week ng October. I'm on a very low calorie diet (VLCD), and i think it's effective. may program is to take 750 calories a day. My weight now is 109lbs and my target weight by end of december is 90lbs. Then the whole january month, toning ako. Sa program ko, i must loose 1.6lbs per week. Kaya best pal kami ni oatmeal ngaun. hehe. Actually, my gown is a lace up back, kaya hindi ko na talaga need magpapayat, pero WTH! db, minsan ka lang ikakasal, so have an almost perfect body. :D I'll update this post every week para magka idea kayo sis if gano sya ka effective.

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« Reply #52 on: October 18, 2010, 02:03:24 PM »
. . Dati nag oatmeal diet din ako for ''3 MONTHS'' . .
I lost 10kgs. .
Every sat-sunday lang ako kmakain ng rice and every food i want.
Bsta mon to fri, oatmeal and soup lang for breakfast, lunch and dinner. .
Minsani eat bread din.
Pumayat ako at maraming ngta2nong kung ano ang ginawa ko. .
Super disgust and sad nya ng nalaman kc malamang di nya kayang gawin yun ehe.
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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #53 on: October 18, 2010, 03:23:17 PM »
I love Oatmeal too. I had Oatmeal Porridge (QAUKER OATS BAND) FOR Breakfast then oatmeal milk with soya milk/non-fat milk and real strawberries at night. Then brown rice meal for lunch. And workout. I lost 8 lbs in 1 month. I am resorting to oatmeal when I want to k=jumpstart my diet. Bumaba cholesterol (nasa boundary kasi ako pero my good choles is super duper high, yung bad ko, nasa boundary) ko pero my uric acid tumaas :( so goodbye oatmeal muna.

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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #54 on: October 18, 2010, 04:46:18 PM »
Dati nung pumapasok ako sa school, oatmeal with frozen bananas. Super yummy. I did not see any significant improvement naman kasi losing weight was not goal then. Pero I feel fuller from my 7 am class up to lunch time.

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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #55 on: October 26, 2010, 12:02:49 PM »
me too...i resort to eating oatmeal when i need to jumpstart my diet...hay...seryoso na :( need to lose weight na talaga..
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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #56 on: October 26, 2010, 05:14:24 PM »
Pa join mga sis!

Magseshare lang po ako, kasi nagdiet po ako using the slimming coffee, then after two months naattain ko yung ideal shape and weight ko, so i decided to stop drinking slimming coffee, then nagisip ako ng natural ways of maintaining my weight and shape, without the slimming coffee.  More fruits and vegetables, less meats and unhealthy snacks. 

Dati kumakain ako ng oatmeal sa breakfast kasi nga constipated ako, effective kasi sakin for regular bowels, pero natigil yun, nagsawa na rin kasi ako sa lasa nya.

After the slimming coffee, and on going sa healthy way of living, isa sa mga nadagdag sa healthy living ko, e [textspeak!] oatmeal sa breakfast with 1 bread, on my second day sa oatmeal breakfast, napansin ko na kapag lunch time na hindi ako ganon kagutom, i mean, pwede pa akong magpalipas ng 2-3 hours, i guess, bago kumain ng lunch, kaya nagka idea ako na magreaserch for a natural appetite suppressant, at ayun! isa sa mga nabasa ko yung tungkol sa oatmeal, at isa ang oatmeal sa natural food appetite suppressant, kapag daw kumain ka ng oatmeal, hindi ka daw madaling magugutom, so yung nararamdaman ko na hindi agad nagugutom sa lunch after having oatmeal sa breakfast is totoo. Di ko alam kung yun din ang effect sa iba, pero yun ang effect sa akin. Kaya ngayon, oatmeal ako sa morning, then kapag meryenda sa afternoon at nagugutom ako, oatmeal pa rin ang kinakain or iniinom ko. Nga pala, yung tinitake kong oatmeal, e [textspeak!] 3n1 ng QUAKER (Oat, Milk, Sugar). Pero yung nabasa ko mas maganda raw yung traditional cooking of oatmeal kesa sa instant, yun ang nabasa ko ha.

Hahanapin ko uli yung nabasa ko, then post ko dito yung link.

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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #57 on: October 26, 2010, 05:18:28 PM »

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« Reply #58 on: October 26, 2010, 08:32:42 PM »
1 week ako na hindi kumain ng oatmeal. i felt heavy tapos constipated. i ate oatmeal kanina and ok na bowel movement. i have to agree about hindi madaling magutom. hindi ako matakaw when i eat oatmeal 3x a day.
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Re: Oatmeal Diet
« Reply #59 on: October 27, 2010, 12:23:47 AM »
the problem with me eating oatmeal is the added sugar i put into the oatmeal. i love oatmeals. as in i buy large packs and almost a week ubos ko yun. but matamis din ang gusto ko oatmeal. so problema naman sa glucose. di ko na kase gusto ang oatmeal pag bland yung lasa. and i haven't tried it with fruits din. kase ang gusto ko lang talaga yung plain oatmeal na may sugar ( sometimes with milk pa).
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