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What diet pill is most recommended for help trying to lose 20-30 pounds with diet and exercise?

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October 14, 2019 / By Gaila
Question: Need to lose about 25-30 pounds and want to know what diet pill that is affordable and would be helpful to go along with diet and exercise!
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Deanna Deanna | 3 days ago
You should try diet and exercise first. The pills aren't what they're cracked up to be. Either it won't work, or you'll gain the weight back when you stop taking it. Diet and exercise is much more effective and long-term.
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Deanna Originally Answered: i need a diet/exercise plan to help me lose 3 pounds a week?
I applaud you for wanting to take care of your health, especially while you are still young. There is no perfect diet plan that someone can just "tell you" that will work for everyone. I did use weight watchers to lose about 17 pounds, but it took me several months. I am 46 years old. I think you need to be be realistic and realize that you may not lose 3 pounds per week. For the first week of a diet plan, you probably will, but then you should only be losing about 1.5 pounds per week. Especially if you want to sustain that weight loss. For your age, I would suggest eating like you said above. Fruits, veggies and then some lean protein. Chicken and fish and lean beef would be good. If you eat nuts, don't eat too many. Take a look at what you are eating and drinking now. If you drink soda, replace it with water. Even diet soda. Maybe cut out some snacking. I also suggest walking. Since you are off for the summer, map out a two-mile course and walk it twice a day. This will give you about an hour of exercise a day if you walk quickly. Lastly, I would say that your doctor's office probably has a dietician who can sit down with you and work out a plan specifically for you that you are likely to stick to. If you have insurance, this service should be covered. You can also ask her to set up weekly check-ins to help you keep on track. Good luck and good for you for trying to do this the healthy way - remember not to push too far.
Deanna Originally Answered: i need a diet/exercise plan to help me lose 3 pounds a week?
No you don't! Three pounds a week would be VERY bad for you. When you lose it that fast, a) you aren't getting proper nurishment; and 2) you'll gain twice as much back within two years. Aim for losing 4 pounds a month. Do NOT go on a "diet" -- they tend to not allow enough food, make you crave and binge, and when you go off them, you gain the weight back times two. What you need to do is eat a LOT of HEALTHY food, and don't eat much junk. Also, move around more. Yes, eating mostly those things, but also whole grains. You do need some meat, but if you eat lean meat, you won't get much fat (and you do need SOME fat). You should also build in "cheating" -- small portions of your favorite naughty foods. The all around best exercise of all is swimming. It uses all your muscles, and is gentle. It TONES you all over, rather than making you look like a body-builder with buldging muscles (which I find gross on both sexes). Any moving around is good. Walk, bike, dance around the house to your fave tunes. Do any physical play you enjoy. BTW, muscle weighs more than fat, so you can be losing fat and not losing WEIGHT. (This will happen at least some of the time.) Do NOT worry about this. You'll look LOTS better and be healthier. Do NOT try to lose it too fast. If you start now, with eating lots of good stuff and not much garbage, and moving around more, by the school year you'll look a lot better, and your doctor will be less worried. What you most need is to eat in ways you can keep up all your life. Oh, and always get 9 hours of sleep every night. When you're sleep-deprived, you over-eat and tend to eat more junk. Edited after reading other answers: Do NOT drink "diet" sodas! They are REALLY BAD for you. Water, juice, milk (if you're not lactose intollerant) are the things to drink. Avoid much soda (a little now and then is OK, if you find you crave them). But the diet ones are hardly better than the others, if at all.

Bridgette Bridgette
pills are the easy and dangerous way out. Try exercise and eating right and you will feel better about yourself. Anything that guarantees to shed pounds so fast is not safe
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Algoma Algoma
One word, Rimonabant! http://www.4rx.net Curbs your appetite. It takes a few days to get in your system. Really works.
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Algoma Originally Answered: I'm 14 and trying to lose 20 pounds. Are my diet and exercise regimens efficient?
Yes that sounds good. No diet plan is an immediate fix, all take time. I think you will see the pounds slowly drop off. And to the people saying walking doesn't help, it does. Walking is a very healthy form of exercise. As for a gym, 14 is actually the age that most accept kids. I know Golds Gym accepts 14 year olds, and I am sure the YMCA would allow in their training room. (Golds is MUCH nicer than the Y)

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