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JessBowman
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Re: Weight loss problem! Advice prease!

Postby JessBowman » Tue May 10, 2016 8:19 am

Cut down of excessive eating, calculate how much calories you need to input on a daily basis (there are plenty of calculators online), and try to stick to the number. With the proper nutrition, 2-3 walks per week is all you need.

gov23
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Re: Weight loss problem! Advice prease!

Postby gov23 » Tue May 31, 2016 10:49 am

JessBowman wrote:Cut down of excessive eating, calculate how much calories you need to input on a daily basis (there are plenty of calculators online), and try to stick to the number. With the proper nutrition, 2-3 walks per week is all you need.

This is not works for me :(

ashcapp
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Re: Weight loss problem! Advice prease!

Postby ashcapp » Mon Jun 20, 2016 6:05 pm

Finding time seems to be the biggest problem with working out, because everyone wants to look good but no one has the time. My friend recommended me to P90x3 its a workout for 30 minutes a day and it really works. People lose so much weight and look great in such a short period of time. Give it a shot and I hope it helps you!
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Babesface
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Re: Weight loss problem! Advice prease!

Postby Babesface » Sun Jun 26, 2016 2:11 pm

It's all about making small changes. Nobody can make huge changes overnight. And if you change too much too quick, it will be very hard to stick to. I am a busy mum who runs a business and I managed to lose almost 5 stone in about 2 years. I made small changes at a time. First, it was swapping out unhealthy late night snacks for healthy ones before cutting out late night snacking altogether. Then it was about making healthy food choices. I swapped out all white carbs for brown, switched to brown sugar, that kind of thing. I haven't taken part in slimming world, but I use a lot of their recipes and operation transformation ones. It's important to educate yourself about food too. Make sure you are not cutting out entire food groups or starving yourself. On the advice of a friend, I purchased smaller plates which made it easier to practice portion control. Even though I still had a full plate, I had a lot less food on it. I always make sure to give myself one treat day a week where I have a takeaway or go out for dinner or eat an entire cake! It helps to keep me motivated the other six days of the week! Regarding exercise, I started with 15 minute walks. Now I go for 30 minute runs and do Jillian Michaels workouts which are only 30 minutes long. The 2 that I go between are '30 Day Shred' and 'Six Week Six Pack'. There are days when I don't get to exercise until late at night but I still do it anyway because it means I can have that curry at the weekend without feeling guilty. I'm gonna be really blunt now and say that you have to make time for yourself to do these things. You can say you don't have time but you're only lying to yourself. I bet you have time to watch your favourite show every week. Excuses won't make you healthier. Motivation and discipline will.
Best of luck :)

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Mrs-C-to-be
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Re: Weight loss problem! Advice prease!

Postby Mrs-C-to-be » Thu Sep 01, 2016 6:42 pm

I've a friend who works crazy hours but wanted to lose weight so she signed up with a personal trainer 4 times a week and gets up at 5am to do it!

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catio6
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Re: Weight loss problem! Advice prease!

Postby catio6 » Fri Sep 02, 2016 10:02 am

Ok brides. I have some amazing advice for weight loss. Pounds come flying off. I've gone from a 12 to a 10 in 3 weeks.

KETOGENIC DIET! It feels crazy when you're eating food and still losing weight but cutting out all carbs and sugar. 80% fat, 15% protein, 5% carb and the weight will fall off you by day 5. And before anyone says fad diet, sorry but i have been eating way healthier than when i wasn't on this diet.

Brekkie is - fat coffee, eggs, salmon, avacado.
lunch - salad with lots of cheese and meat/ tuna
dinner - as many green veg as i can get on my plate, drowned in butter with choice of chicken, burger, fish etc.

YUM food and weight loss = best diet ever!

Plus you can drink on it too. Gin and slim or vodka soda lime.

marialouise
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Re: Weight loss problem! Advice prease!

Postby marialouise » Fri Sep 02, 2016 8:21 pm

catio6 wrote:Ok brides. I have some amazing advice for weight loss. Pounds come flying off. I've gone from a 12 to a 10 in 3 weeks.

KETOGENIC DIET! It feels crazy when you're eating food and still losing weight but cutting out all carbs and sugar. 80% fat, 15% protein, 5% carb and the weight will fall off you by day 5. And before anyone says fad diet, sorry but i have been eating way healthier than when i wasn't on this diet.

Brekkie is - fat coffee, eggs, salmon, avacado.
lunch - salad with lots of cheese and meat/ tuna
dinner - as many green veg as i can get on my plate, drowned in butter with choice of chicken, burger, fish etc.

YUM food and weight loss = best diet ever!

Plus you can drink on it too. Gin and slim or vodka soda lime.


Well done on the weight loss! It does slow down on a ketogenic diet after a while as you initially lose some water weight and then it kind of tapers off, but it is a great way to not feel like dieting!
I personally do 35-40%% protein, 35% fat and 25-30% carbs as I need the energy from carbs for workout, and I think 15% protein is very low. Everybody has their own way that will work for them but I still think the ketogenic or low carb diet is miles better than the standard western diet! I'm so over bread and pasta now and love eggs, salmon, butter etc :-8

Just to clarify for anyone who is thinking of it: All Ketogenic diets are low-carb, but not all Low-Carb diets are Ketogenic. The idea is to get your body into 'ketosis', where it is fuelled off fats instead of carbs (glucose) so your body will start burning body fat for energy instead of carbs from food, but you still need to be in a calorie deficit (eating fewer calories than your body burns).
I track all my food on MyFitnessPal and I personally prefer just staying in my calorie goal and keeping my carbs low (and hardly any sugar). Find any diet which works for you which is sustainable! It doesn't have to have a name or a book or a website, and what works for someone else mightn't work for you....

gov23
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Re: Weight loss problem! Advice prease!

Postby gov23 » Thu Oct 20, 2016 11:00 am

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mrsmcc2502
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Re: Weight loss problem! Advice prease!

Postby mrsmcc2502 » Thu Oct 20, 2016 12:03 pm

I've been doing joe wicks body coach 90 day plan never ate as healthy in my life but still 3 proper meals a day! Doing HIIT training 4/5 days a week I just get up an hour or even 45 mins earlier than normal and do a 20/25 min YouTube cardio HIIT video, no gym membership as it's free, in my house so don't have to go anywhere, best thing I ever did.

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