Originally Answered: Whats the easiest or fastest way to lose weight?
It’s okay to be really skinny when you’re a little girl but then eventually, you become a mature woman with curves. Sometimes it happens suddenly and is a big adjustment, not only physically but also emotionally, especially if you live in a place and time where beauty criteria are somewhat crooked, like body fat is not okay on the lower body, like the thighs (the baby fat for the survival of the species) but okay on boobs.
On average, you should gain about 5 pounds a year until you’re in your early 20s.
It’s doubtful that you went from very skinny in 2010 to very fat now. Maybe your idea of being very fat is just having tummy fat...that you need if you’re a teenager and need to balance your hormones (adipose tissue = body fat, is an important endocrine organ to produce hormones).
Anyway, it never hurts to eat healthy and exercise.
Eating healthy is about cooking healthy food and can take some years to learn unless you’re a natural.
Exercising is not easy but it should not be that hard either if you adapt your exercising intensity to your fitness level and not try to do something that you cannot handle.
If you’re a teenager, losing weight could stunt your growth (shorter people look fatter). But instead of gaining 5 pounds a year until you’re 21, you could focus on maintaining your weight, eating enough to cover your BMR and your grow, and using exercising to use body fat.
You do not want a “fast way” to lose weight. A fast way = unsuccessful way (you regain the weight, so why even bother?).