What are some good weight loss tips?
Topic: What are some good weight loss tips?
November 14, 2019 / By Belphoebe Question:
what are some good weight loss tips,, i dont want the fastest way i jus want the most succesful way?
Best Answers: What are some good weight loss tips?
Adrianah | 9 days ago
1 Dietary control and exercise. It’s true what they say - all you need to do is watch what you eat, and expend more energy than you consume. It’s really that simple. You can quit reading this list now, you now know everything you need to know and didn’t need to fork over $500 for the privilege of me telling you the secret of losing weight. You don’t need to read a 4,000 page book, you don’t have to buy a tape series, you don’t need to stay up late at night to watch infomercials to understand this basic premise. It’s 100% true.
2 Change your lifestyle. If you’re calling this a “diet,” then you’re going to gain all the weight back (and more) within a few months of losing it. Diets do not work. Diets are temporary. When you change your dietary lifestyle, however, you’re changing your habits - and you’re putting yourself on track for long-term / continued success and weight maintenance. Don’t ever tell anybody you’re on a diet - ever. I’m speaking from experience, here - a reformed low-carber. Worked out well for a while, but ultimately failed because my entire lifestyle didn’t change (permanently).
3 Join an online support group. In my case, I created my own - FatBlasters. It’s essential that you not feel alone, and reaching out to friends (new or old) is typically a smart move. I just heard about PeetTrainer, but didn’t know about it when I began down the road to weight loss. You have to know that others are out there for moral support - they know things that you couldn’t possibly know, and they’ve probably been “in your shoes” at some point in the past (or present). Share stories, laughter, tears, successes, and failures - share them. There are thousands of communities out there, so keep looking until you find the one that fits you.
4 Take before and after photos. I know it sucks to see yourself as a chunky monkey (sorry, that’s what I called myself - if only to get myself motivated to meet my weight loss goal). However, there’s no easier way to illustrate your progress. The “after” photos are far more fun to capture and share, admittedly. Find yourself on Flickr! It’s good to see yourself how others see you. Do you like how you look? In many ways, Flickr helped me lose weight.
5 Hire a substitute teacher. Don’t reach for the brands you know and love immediately - or without thinking first. Eggs are “good” for you, but consider using egg substitutes instead (in fact, many restaurants will let you order lower calorie foods). There are countless “lower” alternatives for you to try. If something different doesn’t taste good, by all means - find a better substitute, or eat less of the original. In some cases, the substitute may be worse for you than the regular version of the product. The good news is, healthier choices are silently replacing their “normal” counterparts - and they taste just as nice.
6 Start reading labels. I know it sucks, but you have to do it - and there’s no way to avoid this tip. If you don’t know what you’re putting in your mouth, you’re flying blind. Don’t assume, either - triple-check the ingredients list and serving sizes. You must rely on yourself for this; nobody else is going to be able to lose the weight or do the math for you. It’s not that complicated a task, but it will require effort. If nothing else, just pay attention to the calorie count.
7 What’s so funny about bovines? If you like cheese, you must buy the Laughing Cow brand, and keep several of the suckers in stock at all times. The individually-wrapped wedges make for excellent snacks, and are wonderful when melted over just about anything edible. I’d be careful about straight-up American cheese, though - it’s oil, but not necessarily as good for you as (say) a slice of cheddar would be. I have yet to find something as calorie-light and filling as Laughing Cow (I don’t know how they do it).
8 Tell your family. You’re not going to lose the weight alone, even if you ARE alone in losing the weight. If you’ve got a family at home, talk to them about it - initially, not incessantly. Let them know what you’re going to do, and that you want (and need) their support. If you don’t let them know, you’re running the risk of them inadvertently sabotaging your efforts. You want them to help you get to your goal(s). You want them to share in your happiness when you’ve made it past a certain mark. Who knows? Maybe some of your new habits will rub off on them and they’ll become healthier people, too?
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Originally Answered: any good weight loss tips?
I agree with the other comments that 185lbs at 6'2" is not a bad weight. I would guess you are unhappy with your body composition. Probably have more body fat than you like. Try these tips:
1. start lifting weights to build your muscle mass. The basics at first will do; Bench press, arm curls, arm extensions and squats. This will help increase your metabolism and help change your body composition.
2. instead of running 2 miles everyday. Run for 30 minutes ever other day. Usually fat burning starts after you have been doing cardio for 20 minutes and giving your body a day off will help the body recuperate.
3. Don't starve yourself. Eat 5 small meals spaced evenly throughout the day. Make sure to include protein so when you do lose weight it won't be muscle. This will also increase your metabolism.
dont eat, weigh urself like every 1 min. and be like u ******* fat *** ugh fatty fatty...
and than ur brain will think ur fat..
and u wouldnt want to eat :]
anddd go to fitness everyday.. for 1 hour
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I have been through it all and know what's it about. The main thing is to stick in there. You can't be an addict to food and never exercise if you want to live a healthy life and keep the weight off. I've worked out, done every diet, and all types of classes.
Nothing works, besides dedication and intelligence towards the subject of losing weight.
First, depending on how much weight you need to lose, your diet is the first concern. You can't eat 10,000 calories a day and expect the weight to come off, even if you are exercising a lot. Which brings us to the next thing. Duh, Exercising...
This is a must especially if you need to a lot of weight. Get at least 30 mins of some good hardcore exercising. Do some cardio, in the long run, it's good for the heart.
However, I find the most hardest part of losing weight/keeping it off, in my diet. It's so hard to keep your fingers out of the cookie jar or those chocolate goodies. I've found a great addition to help any one out, it's a natural weight loss supplement called Proactol. Now don't get all crazy on me and say diet pills don't work. That is true, but not in this case. This one isn't meant to burn pounds while you sit on the couch. It's an appetite suppressant, along with being a fat binder. I saved money on the pills at theweightlossplace.com along with getting some good info. It basically makes those fingers not go towards the cookie jar. For me it's the best pill I've tried and I've tried cupboards full. Now this doesn't mean you have to follow my foot steps but I've successfully lost roughly 70 pounds and keeping it off til this day.
Well good luck and remember what I said, Dedicate.
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Avoid sedentary life style. Join in a gym and do lot of cardio and body building workouts under the guidance of the trainer. Do not do workout without the supervision of an instructor as it may lead to severe problems.To stay motivated, subscribe to any blog which offers good tips related to weight loss!
Hope it helps!
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The formula for losing weight is simple - consume less and workout more often - the difficulties appear when we in reality try to put that into practice! There are a lot of temptations in the big wide world don't you think?! The sole diet which really delivered for me was wu-yi tea, it can be seen in the resource box below, they have a small number of free trials remaining, it was highlighted in Reader's Digest and USA Today. I shed 25 pounds, it really does work!
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Here is where you can read a good article called "Top Ten Principles and Tips for Weight Loss"
They are good tips that work.
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Originally Answered: Good tips for losing weight?
First of all, realize that at your age you're still growing. So even if you do lose weight, you'll gain weight!
There are THOUSANDS of ideas for losing weight. Diet books are the second most popular category of books sold in the Western World (the first being cookbooks! 8^P ). My feeling is that if ANY of these ideas worked, there wouldn't be so many of them, and dozens of new ones every month.
Anyway, the best way to lose weight is diet and exercise together. They work together much better than either of them works alone. Also we tend to see diet as a temporary regimen--we do it until we get to a target weight, and then we abandon it and we gain the weight right back. So you have to see it as making new lifelong habits, making permanent changes. Meaning you make changes slowly and carefully, and only those you can live with. You can't live the rest of your life on carrot sticks and protein powder.
From what I've read, the low-carb approach to dieting seems to work best. This means you cut down on carb-rich food, you treat it with respect. That's potatoes, bread, pasta, rice, all desserts, candy, etc. It DOESN'T mean you never have one single mouthful of these things ever again, it means you cut them down to a smaller part of your total diet. It's a habit you form. String cheese or peanut butter and crackers or a handful of nuts rather than a candy bar. Diet soda instead of the sugary stuff. ONE SLICE of pizza, and not one every day. One or two bites of someone else's pie or cake.
As for exercise, this doesn't mean sweating and straining at a gym. It could be as simple as going for a long walk 3-4 times a week, or riding a bicycle. This is also a habit you form over a period of time.
Don't be discouraged if you don't see results right away, or even after a few weeks. You will be healthier and feel better.
You won't believe this because you've never been older than you are now. But it's easier for you to form new habits at your age than it is for older people. Now is the time to form good habits that you'll have for the rest of your life.