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" how to lose Unwanted pounds ?"
Living a healthier life can not only extend your life, it can also improve the quality. Feeling physically better and having control over your own life can greatly increase your mental health as well. Although there are some aspects of physical and mental health that are beyond an individual's (and science's) control, there are many things that people can do to improve their quality of life.

I will talk about my little experience of 2 months course in parallel asking for opinions reach my goal "to lose weight"

* Ayoub .I am a young man of 25, I weigh 330 pounds, I length of 5'7.
I start with a goal to lose 1 pound / day, as if all first walking 30 minutes every morning in good weather, I 30min exercises.
To monitor my diet I try to eat less calorries for the goal that I have drawn. But as I lack experience in that time I told myself to learn about a week, and try to take notice here a lot.

Are-you a good idea to lose weight? what are the most effective ntritions that helps this? what are other solutions you offer? and finally I will like to share me your experience?

Thank you a lot .smile.gifsmile.gif
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January 2015 to May 2015 I was really successful at losing not just weight but lost a lot of inches. I went from a 12 to an 8. Unfortunately I lost interest in everything I guess I lost motivation and now have put back on all the weight I took off. I am so discouraged, but am trying not to let it keep me from getting back into working out and eating clean. The key for me was 5 small meals a day and drinking a fall of water a day. I stuck with a clean eating diet. I feel like a hypocrite telling anyone what helped me when I went off the wagon and gained the weight back.

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Hi!

I'm going through trying to lose weight as well. I used to be 230 and now weigh 220. I'm stuck though. I think I lost 10 pounds by cutting out gluten completely and also trying to eat the Paleo diet.

Tomorrow I'm starting to drink 1 gallon of water a day, I heard that helps a lot.

 

 

I encourage you to reach your goal, go bravo.

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January 2015 to May 2015 I was really successful at losing not just weight but lost a lot of inches. I went from a 12 to an 8. Unfortunately I lost interest in everything I guess I lost motivation and now have put back on all the weight I took off. I am so discouraged, but am trying not to let it keep me from getting back into working out and eating clean. The key for me was 5 small meals a day and drinking a fall of water a day. I stuck with a clean eating diet. I feel like a hypocrite telling anyone what helped me when I went off the wagon and gained the weight back.

 

does not lose motivation, just think is your goal and you'll have so sure of his.

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Walking early in the morning really makes big difference in reduce your weight. Apart from that your daily diet should also be maintained.

 

Here are a few points which you can consider in you diet:

 

  1. Eat vegetables to help you feel full.
  2. Drink plenty of water.
  3. Get tempting foods out of your home.
  4. Stay busy -- you don't want to eat just because you're bored.
  5. Eat only from a plate, while seated at a table. ...
  6. Don't skip meals.

 

Hope this helps!!

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losing weight requires altering life style, choose an exercise/routine  that you think you can stick with, some simple things to start off with

1.alternate days walk/jog/dance and alternate days stretch/weights.

2.eat frequent small meals every 2 hour, example of a meal can be handful of nuts, 2 eggs and 2 toasts (sprouted bread), cup of yogurt etc..

3.drink lots of water,

4.avoid processed food and white flour, refined sugar, (sodas, ice tea, dessert),

5.eat full fat milk/cheese/yogurt (low fat have sugar added, the fat in the milk helps absorption of Vitamin D and calcium, and protein plus it will only make you lose fat). ...

6. be happy and Sleep well

 

be patient weight loss should be gradual slow and steady! all the best

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It starts from the kitchen, it extends to the rest.

 

You need

- structure

- understanding on how nutrition works

- enjoying food

- a strong mindset

 

First of all, you have to prepare your food yourself. You, not your mother, not a fast food (especially not a fast food!!!). You go to the kitchen and you start preparing your meals.

Second: define a structure for breakfast, a lunch and a dinner and what time are you going to consume them (for me it is breakfast at 7am, lunch around 12am and 1am, dinner at 6pm). Outside those meals, eat only fruit.

Third: all the ingredients that are not an ingredient per se, don't eat them. Prefer whole grains above refined grains, cut meat consumption to maximum twice a week (and avoid things like hamburger, fried chicken or schnitzels), and never more than 200g. Vegetables have to be the most important ingredient around all your cooking gravitates, so when you have proteins enough and carbohydrates enough and you're still hungry, just eat more vegetables.

Fourth: aim to become a very good cook (if I may suggest something, learn French kitchen. Greek is also ok, Italian also great as long as you avoid eating tons of pasta). Why this? Because eating has to be a very pleasant experience! If you find pleasure in healthy food you will never come back to processed crap. Eat as slowly as you can and drink a lot of water. WATER, not sodas.

Fifth: one day per week break your rules, but do it with moderation.

 

With this only you will lose a lot of weight and your life will be much more awesome, but this is only the start. Now let's talk about sport

- Good that you do 30 minutes of walking when it is good weather. Now you have to start doing it also when it rains as hell. Did you do 30 minutes of walking every day this week? Next week you do 35. The one after 40. In few weeks you will walk 60 minutes per day.

- Take the stairs every time you can. Doing 5 floors by feet is without any doubt boring but it is a very good exercise.

- Start running with C25K as soon as you can. Do what you can. If you are exhausted after the first 15 minutes, stop there. The next time probably you will be exhausted after 16, then 20, then you will complete it. Just do what you can and always aim to do a little more (but only if you can). Listen to your body, if you have an injury things get worse, so first of all aim not to get injuries (I know it very well for my direct experience).

- In addition to running, weight lifting is also a very effective method to lose weight and gain strength. Doing body building can be pretty dull but you're actually full of choices. Crossfit, chalistenics, powerlifting, you just have to go out there and see what is available and what can fit you. If weights are not your thing, you may want to try swimming or biking.

- Forget about the losing weight thing. That will happen anyway. What you want to do now is to build a healthy lifestyle.

Good luck!

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