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  1. Thanks a bunch Sjoseph – same to you my friend! My comments seem to be getting posted in a “funky” late way here so who in the hell knows when you’ll get this! And happy New Year to everyone out there! Keep it real

  2. Farzaan

    This was the only diet plan that ever worked for me. I’ve never been overweight but this made me healthy and I have flat stomach now! and I eat a lot with this new diet.Thank you.

  3. KarenB

    Hi Jason. Thanks so much for all the great information. I love your videos :) It all makes so much sense!! I have started following the x257 diet for a few days now and just had 2 questions. I am a 53 year old female and I am about 30 pounds overweight. I go to the gym and exercise for 30-40 minutes at least 5 times a week. I’m trying to do the interval exercising that you suggested. My questions are: (1) how much protein, rice & vegetables should I eat? I have been doing about 4-6 oz of protein at each meal and 1 cup of the brown rice.(at meal 3) and 1-2 cups of vegetables. (2) to prepare or flavor them I am using olive oil or coconut oil and sea salt & pepper. Is that ok? Thanks for the information.

  4. sjoseph

    HI, JASON
    I WANTED TO KNOW IF I CAN STILL GET THE BOOK YOU WROTE? IF I CAN THEN WHERE CAN I OBTAIN IT? THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.

    • Hey Reema, thanks for the post! There are a few that I like and you may find useful and simple…

      1. Beans (I cook my own usually) – prefer black beans. Just try to shy away from anything that has added fillers (usually canned).

      2. Soy protein (you can buy soy protein supplements).

      Bottom line – if I were currently a vegetarian (and I used to be very borderline) and my goal were to lose weight fast, I’d be taking a supplement.

      Also, if you are ok with eating fish (some vegs are and some are not) than tuna is a really good option.

      As far as vegetables are concerned – spinach is a higher protein “green leefy” vegetable that I eat lots and lots of. These are just a few options. There are others.

      You can get high quality soy protein (non-dairy) are places like GNC. I’m a fan of Optimum Nutrition brand. They make an all natural supplement.

      Does this help Reema?

      – Jason

  5. I realize I just posted this article and it’s early – but if anyone out there give it a shot I would love to hear your results! I know these 5 steps work… so give them a shot guys.

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