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This easy to follow diet will keep you feeling full while you lose weight.

The key is to eat some protein at every meal with some fiber. The other
important key is to eat at least 5 times a day-- it keeps your metabolism
fired up, helping you to shed more pounds. Also, get your sleep.
Studies have shown that many men suffer from a sneaky cycle
connected to snoring. Guys snore without knowing it.
The snoring
leads to poor sleep, where the muscles do not get enough oxygen at
night.  As a result, they pack on the pounds, which leads to
fat and decreased erectile performance.

Egg whites ( 1 or 2 if you're hungry), 1 slice wheat toast, 1 glass of
reduced sugar orange juice. If you can't find reduced calorie OJ, make
your own by adding water and Splenda to a half a glass of regular OJ

10:30AM snack --apple or pear, 3 walnut halves

Huge green salad, tomatoes, cucumbers, vinaigrette dressing, plus
skinless chicken, turkey or fish.  Drink water or if you have a need for
something different, sugar free soda (no caffeine)

3:30 PM snack-- apple, pear, mozzarella stick, plus 3 walnut halves
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Huge plate greens (spinach, broccoli, kale, cabbage, green beans), add
red vegetables if you like, plus skinless chicken, turkey or fish. Add red
peppers to your meat if you like.

Peppers have been shown in several research studies to contain
compounds that encourage  prostate cancer cells to "suicide"
themselves.  Pepper also speeds your metabolism. So pepper it up,
guys, and keep it hot for your health.

Cold, Cold Water
Drink 8 glasses of cold water a day. Very cold. Your body burns calories
as it heats the water up. Also, drink as much sugar free lemonade as
you like.

Take a multivitamin to ensure you are not missing any trace minerals
such as
folate for sperm health.

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