Well I think its been proven that losing weight is 99% diet and 1% exercise, trust me diets dont seem good at the time but diets can also be tasty! There are special hampers you can get which have cakes in, but their made with like low fat butter and stuff, or just eat regular food but cut down on portions :) Also, there is something called the 'insanity' 60 day work out, that has brilliant results, check it out, i might be getting it soon! hope this helps :)
maybe if you learned to fast with good intentions will help, as will hep physically and spiritually.
This is going to be crazy to hear, but I've been off and on diets since I was 12 years old and NOTHING worked until I found out my weight was due to allergies. The doctor who told me this said that most people's weight is due to allergies, they just don't know it. I had no idea I had any allergies. He told me to take dairy and gluten out of my diet and I lost 15lbs in two weeks (I guess all my water retention drained out!), and now I'm consistently losing 1-2lbs a week. An allergy elimination diet is amazing! Just figure out what your body is sensitive to. When you are eating things your body has an intolerance to, your body will immediately hold on to water, especially around the abdomen. That's a sure way to tell! Other areas hold weight that is gained from foods that are eaten that the body can't process due to the intolerance. Stress causes more unseen allergies, so lower your stress levels if possible. This is sometimes A THOUSAND times better than an exercise routine! No joke. If exercise is adding stress, you will just gain more weight. Happened to me. I'm losing more weight now with no exercise routine, and I eat A TON everyday. Just more vegetables and healthy foods :) I eat eggs, corn, rice, salads, beans, etc. Also, don't eat sugar! Even the littlest bit of sugar could be causing your weight gain too... it blocks the fat burning hormones.
No problem. Seriously, don't force yourself to eat less. Just eat more of the good stuff and you wont be as hungry. Refined carbohydrates will make you feel more hungry because they are released into the bloodstream faster, which then drops it faster and you will feel hungry even though you are not. That's why eating more protein works so well... it keeps the blood sugar levels stable and therefore you feel less hungry. Doing things like walking the dog and walking outside in a non-stressful way is absolutely the best thing you can do for yourself! If you need any more information, talk to me. I have studied for YEARS about this... and I was a great case study :) Happy to be at a normal weight now.
Drink lots of water, and cut back on things you know you don't need. You can lose a few pounds a week just by drinking water and setting down the sodas. Also, run or jog or do jumping jacks. Take hots showers, build up sweat.
count your calories and avoid starch in the evening. drink lots of water. avoid midnight snacks and replace afternoon sweets with fruit. doing chores can be a great alternative for going to to the gym or if u have a dog take it for walks every day or take a friend with you. goodluck!!
no problem! and remember its okay to eat a sweet every now and then, cause if u refuse yourself it everytime your going to overdo it when u do eat sweets
Cut the carbs, I've done it myself, and it works like a charm. That, and exercise. When you build muscles, you loose fat quicker, as it doesn't have to get all used up, it "converts" to muscle a lot quicker.
For the fastest, safest weight-loss I'd say get more exercise and look seriously at Juice Fasting - for how long to fast consult experts. You could easily lose 50 lbs.
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;-) good luck.
Don't drink as much soda, and eat a lot of fiber. The fiber will help keep you feeling full without all of the calories. No sugar added or low sugar bran cereal is good, and it keeps you regular too.
Count calories, there are tons of phone apps for it. Walk 1/2 hour before school and 1/2 after school. Over the 5 months, pick up the pace and distance, but always the same length of time.<br />
And lastly, weight comes and goes, stay active and make exercise a part of who you are, not what you want to become.
Considering your age it's best to consult your doctor and/or a nutritionist.
I lost a lot of weight when I went on a fresh food kick. I was eating fruit for breakfast, salad for lunch and vegitables and a little meat for supper. <br />
I was also running alot. <br />
It was really hot for a few weeks where I stay so the fresh food just felt better than anything else.
Cut sweets from your diet. Replace water with any beverage. Drink an entire bottle of water before and after any meal and or snack. Frequent potty breaks but absolutely worth it. You don't have to jump into a strict workout/diet phase UNLESS you are willing to work for it! Then all power to you! But fundamentals are the key to success. Six packs are made in the kitchen.... Eat veggies!
don't drink sodas and drink lots of water.
Cut your calories down and work out everyday for at least an hour avoid fast food and sweets