First of all, congratulations mate. Well done, well done!
I want to know about your diet. Do you make all the food yourself and for yourself? I find it hard to motivate me to make a healthy dinner after a long day at school, and recently, I've let myself into a rot. A lot of pizza and quick junk food. Any tips on how to motivate yourself to make food for yourself?
I wouldn't say I have any motivation to cook for myself but I know for a fact that it is 100% necessary if you want to reach your weight loss goals and there's no way around that. If you find it hard to cook you need to do the most simple things possible. Get yourself a george foreman grill first off. Buy 5-10 lbs of chicken at a time and cook it all so it will last you 6-10 days.
Buy eggs. Eggs take about 5 mins to cook and taste great. Be sure to separate some of the yolks and only use the whites because you don't need that much fat. If money isn't an object buy egg beaters; this will cut down on time also.
Use whole wheat tortillas, bread,oatmeal and potatoes/sweet potatoes as your main carb sources. Tortillas and bread are 100% ready to go so just make a sandwich or wrap in 5 mins and you're done. Oatmeal and potatoes can be cooked in the microwave; oatmeal will take 3-6 minutes and potatoes will take 8-12 minutes(you can do homework while those are cooking even.)
By using nuts and peanut butter as a main fat source you will not need to cook either.
So there you go, that is the fastest and easiest way to cook your food and stay on track to lose weight.
Tony isn't a licensed nutritionist yet, so he can't give anyone advice on what to do. Please consult your doctor for his professional opinion on a diet/nutrition program that will work for you.
Tony's blog is a journal of his experiences and what has worked for him. He lists general guidelines and suggestions only. He is NOT a professional.