05-29-2002, 04:41 AM #1alevok Guest
want to dry to the bone, help please!!!!!
I'm happy with my bf (4-5%) but it seems like I retain some water that makes me look softer. What are diet and supplement tips you guys can recommend? I tried lasix, (1,5 tab) it did not work well for me, should I higher the dosage? What is the appropiate way to use lasix? How much and how often? What should I avoid to eat to lose water? Any advice will be appreciated. Thanx in advance
05-29-2002, 05:07 AM #2
Lasix is a poor choice for keeing the water off, it's a loop diuretic meening it's NOT potassium sparing and it throughs your electolyte balance out of wack, not a good choice for long term use.
You might try something mild like Dendilion Root (Hurbal Diuretic) it's very mild but it's ok for prelonged use, and i know of few people who get ok results from it. GOOD LUCK...XXLSOURCE CHECKS ONLY FOR USERS WITH OVER 100 POSTS.
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05-29-2002, 08:09 AM #3
I stay away from milk (even skim milk) as well as food items with a noticeable amount of milk in it. Try drinking coffee without milk (use a non-dairy creamer) and a sugar substitute. This works for me and i retain water very easily. There is also a product called teraxatone by cytodyne which supposedly sheds water and gives a more ripped vascular look (i havent used the product but i have heard about it).
DRINK SOME TURKISH COFFEE... THAT SHIT WILL MAKE YOU LOSE WATER.. LOL.. NO SUGAR!!
05-29-2002, 01:24 PM #4
yea or greek coffee.no sugar.will have u puckering for days.
05-29-2002, 03:00 PM #5Associate Member
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Keep your sodium intake real low and simply drinking more water will sometimes help shed excess water retention.
05-29-2002, 04:11 PM #6alevok Guest
it has to be the milk, damn it I knew it, I eat my oatmeal with non-fat milk, how about vegetables, are they bad too?
Thanx bros for the advice.
05-30-2002, 04:46 PM #7New Member
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Bro, be very careful when cutting water, and take alot of Potassium & Magnesium. That will help prevent cramping, remember the heart is a muscle and when dehydrated it can also cramp (HEART ATTACK)...when that happens death is not far away if you are not near an emergency room. Lasix is to harsh of a dieuretic to take lightly... If you do not know what you are doing it can kill you...!!! be very careful, and stay safe while cutting.
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