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How is it possible to lose weight by eating more of what made you gain weight already?

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April 23, 2019 / By Alpin
Question: I was totally stunned to see people posting suggestings that, to lose weight you should eat more of what made you gain weight.I weigh 160 lbs, i wanna cut it to 145 at least,and i think i am not getting anywhere.I do some push ups before i go to sleep,and when i wake up.Even though i know i am not all that badlooking, i have a puffy face,which makes me look bad.I REALLY WANNA GET RID OF THE FAT IN MY FACE,SOMEONE PLEASE HELP(i have tried all sorts of face exercises,but no change)
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Tessie Tessie | 8 days ago
The only way to lose weight is to cut down on your daily intake of Calories!, not by eating more of them! But you already knew that. You should find and follow a Healthy Eating plan that will help you lose 2-3 pounds a week in order to lose the extra 15 pounds. Also, increased activity during the day will help. Do a search in yahoo for a good diet plan. You have a puffy face? or do you mean a round type face? I didn't understand that statement. ***Always consult your doctor before going on a weight loss program*** Good Luck!
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Tessie Originally Answered: Does eating eggs help you gain weight or lose weight?
Eggs can be fine for either losing or gaining weight. It depends on how many you eat and how often, as well as what else you eat. For gaining weight, eggs are a good protein source, so men trying to load up on protien will eat lots of eggs. For losing weight, watch your total calories. Hopefully, you are eating more than just eggs and veggies. That would be a very boring diet.

Rosalyn Rosalyn
If you have a seperate room keep small useful exercise equipment Use those equipment while reading and listening songs
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Morgen Morgen
eat a rainbow of colors have at least one brightly colored fruit or vegetable in each meal and if appropriate eat the skins thats where youll find a powerhouse of antioxidants
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Liza Liza
strap a parachute to your back and spend 30 minutes skydiving over the volcanoes in tongariro national park new zealand
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Karla Karla
give your protein extra low calorie flavor by adding a salsa or chutney instead of a gooey cream sauce
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Harriett Harriett
yeah, but that depends on what you eat. i strongly suggest you eat food which are high fibre. coz your body will burn more calorie in order to digest the food compared to the amount of calorie in the hi fibre food itself.
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Donella Donella
try drinking skim milk at breakfast instead of juice overweight people who drank skim milk for breakfast ate fewer calories
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Donella Originally Answered: I have made a diet plan to lose weight?
The only issue with your plan is 1-2lbs daily is actually not a healthy rate of weight loss. When it comes down to it your body has a naturally predetermined weight that it will generally fluctuate around. The fat that exists over your muscles may simply be a part of it and to be honest the whole "ripped" sinewy muscle look isn't always a good one. Your plan may work because it is high in fiber and protein but you may have a serious problem with your digestion which could cause bloating and constipation (no joke). I would still incorporate green leafy veggies and lean meats into your diet, your body will eventually eat away at its own fat stores, just be sure not to do this for too long because it will end up eating into your muscle as well. Th easiest thing to do may be to track for a single week the calories you take in daily and approximate how much you burn daily via benching. Then reduce the amount of calories you eat by about 200 (swapping out for "light" options will make this easy) and incorporating overall cardio will work better than simply changing your diet this extremely and sticking strictly to a weight regime. I hope this helps. :)

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