Topic: What's a good weight loss diet while at school?
July 21, 2019 / By Alystair Question:
Well, I've lost 10kgs so far but I'm looking the best weight loss plan i can get! especially something i can also use while I'm at school. I don't eat bread etc. and am looking for a low carb diet if possible.
Thanks for your help, Nathan.
Tierra | 3 days ago
1. Sign up for your local gym or join a sports team!
2. Run before it gets too cold/ walk wherever you can!
3. Pack a healthy lunch for school! ( try not to put to many fats, carbs, and processed foods )
4. Get your family involved you WILL lose more weight that way!
5. No Soda or Fast Food!
6. Zumba Dance in the winter, you can buy DVD's in most stores!
7. Yoga! The Wii fit is great for this!
8. Buy clothes that are slighty too tight so when you lose some and fit you will be proud.
9. Treat your self to fruit!
10. Drink Green Tea
11. PAMPER YOURSELF!
12. Have many small meals instead of 3 big ones
13. Water, water, water!
14. Don't binge eat!
15. Do ab workouts
16. Tell your self every day you are beautiful! Because you are! :)
I believe that weight loss always starts from mindset. This is the reason why i am able to lose 15kg in 2 months and maintain for 3 years straight, all the way till my pregnancy. 1) What is my goal? I want to lose __kg in __ time. 2) Why do I want to achieve this goal? (if possible, come up with 50 reasons) 3) If I do not achieve it, what pains will I have? (come up with as many reasons as possible) 4) If I achieve it, what happiness will I have? (come up with as many reasons as possible) 5) What will happen to me if I continue my current situation for the next 10 years? 6) Then when do I want to take action? Some solutions I can offer you for diet: Breakfast: eat fruits/drink fruit juice Lunch: Less carbo, more veg and fruits, less seafood, meat and eggs Dinner: Same as lunch but no solid food after 8pm. Soups are great dinners If you want to exercise to enhance the speed of weight loss. Go for some light jogging or do something you enjoy like an aerobic class or kick boxing class...
well you could bring your own lunch to school. most of the schools serve fattning foods but even the foods that SEEM HEALTHY ARE REALLY NOT like the deli. white bread is processed which turns to sugar turning to fat. and deli meant is processed with salt.
If you want to lose weight without feeling hungry and deprived all the time, start eating foods high in fiber. High-fiber foods are higher in volume, which makes them filling. They also take longer to chew, which makes them more satisfying to eat. High-fiber foods also take a long time to digest, which means you’ll feel full longer. There’s nothing magic about it, but the weight-loss results may seem like it.
High-fiber heavyweights include:
Fruits and vegetables – Enjoy whole fruits across the rainbow (strawberries, apples, oranges, berries, nectarines, plums), leafy salads, and green veggies of all kinds.
Beans – Select beans of any kind (black beans, lentils, split peas, pinto beans, chickpeas). Add them to soups, salads, and entrees, or enjoy them as a hearty dish of their own.
Whole grains – Try high-fiber cereal, oatmeal, brown rice, whole-wheat pasta, whole-wheat or multigrain bread, bran muffins, or air-popped popcorn.
Pour a little less cereal into your morning bowl to make room for some blueberries, strawberries, or sliced bananas. You’ll still enjoy a full bowl, but with a lower calorie count.
Replace one of the eggs and some of the cheese in your omelet or scramble with vegetables. Try tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, spinach, or bell peppers.
Swap out some of the meat and cheese in your sandwich with healthier veggie choices such as lettuce, tomatoes, sprouts, cucumbers, and avocado.
Instead of a high-calorie snack, such as chips and dip, try baby carrots with hummus, a sliced apple, or the old-favorite: celery with peanut butter (just don’t overdo it on the peanut butter).
Add more veggies to your favorite main courses to make your dish “go” further. Even dishes such as pasta and stir-fries can be diet-friendly if they’re less heavy on the noodles and more focused on produce.
Try starting your meal with a low-density salad or soup (just watch the dressings and sodium) to help fill you up, so you eat less of your entrée.
Veggies that have been breaded or fried or doused in heavy sauces are no longer low-calorie, so tread with caution. Opt for healthier cooking methods, such as steaming, and use low-fat dressings and spices for flavor.
Salads are guilt-free—unless you drench them in high-fat dressing and toppings. By all means, add some nuts or cheese, but don’t overdo it. As for dressing, a little fat is healthy (try a vinaigrette made with olive oil), but again, moderation is key.
Dried Fruit. Be careful when it comes to dried fruit, which is high in calories and, often, in added sugar. You can eat a whole lot more fresh fruit for the same number of calories. If you do choose to snack on dried fruit, keep your serving size small.
Fruit Juice. Limit fruit juice. There’s nothing wrong with enjoying a glass of juice every now and again. But remember that the calories quickly add up, without doing much to make you feel full. Also make sure that your drink of choice is made from 100% fruit juice and contains no added sugar.