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Some ways to lose weight?

Some ways to lose weight? Topic: Some ways to lose weight?
May 25, 2019 / By Ammon
Question: I'm 20.years old and I feel like I'm insanely unhealthy. I take the bus to school, so I walk a lot, and while my job isn't exactly a hard days work, it does keep me on my feet a bit. But I'm still overweight. I have a very slow metabolism (thanks Dad), moderately high blood pressure (with a family history), and though I've never been told I'm near diabetes, I feel like I am. I know eating healthy and excercising more are what's important, but are there any vitamins or suppliments like Alli that will actually aid in losing weight? I'm not looking for a quick fix; there isn't one. But any help I can get, I'll take. Are there ways to speed up your metabolism? Should I go to a dietition? I lived on a budget, and that's partly why I've been putting off joininng a gym or going to a dietition. Can anyone help? Thanks, and happy holidays!
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Tisha Tisha | 7 days ago
SORRY to tell you there is NO fix all pill out there! The best way to speed up you metabolism is by eating more often and eating the right things at the right time. I am doing a plan I have never see before and the weight is coming off fast. I like it because I eat more now then I use too and it is the things I love to eat! It is like having no diet and I am never hungry. Yes I know it sound to good to be true! Also I have lost a lot of weight doing the plan I am on. I don't go to a gym and work out at home and walk a lot or ride my bike. The best part was the plan did not cost that must to get and I down loaded it right away. NO waiting. I am using a plan called Fat Loss Factor and I found it at the website below.
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Tisha Originally Answered: ways to lose weight?
well eat a little better and do some light exercises. do crunches for the belly and leg lifts for the butt and legs. drink lots of water to help flush out your system. You'll lose weight first in the last place you gained it. if all you weight goes to you mid section you will most likely lose it from their first. oh and start taking a good one a day multi vitamin if you use the one for weight control eat something with it, it has a tendency to upset the stomach. I like one a day with extended energy. good luck

Rozenn Rozenn
do your best to ensure you re not eating after 7 o clock at night you re more likely to make unhealthy choices and less likely to sleep as well after a late meal
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Neile Neile
Go excercise outside run for 30 minutes. Eat veggies white eggs fish and wheat bread. Don't eat crap from restaurants make your own food. No supplements pills will make you lose weight and if you do it's the unhealthy way because you are basically starving yourself so you won't keep the weight off for long without being sick or passing out. Also there is no such thing as fast metabolism but there is a basal metabolic rate that's the calories your body needs to live and function google it put bmr calculator you will put your height and weight and eat the calories it says if you want to lose weight cut 500 off the bmr and you will lose a pound a week
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Lotus Lotus
walk your lunch outside or to another location in the office instead of sitting and eating at your desk
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Kathlyn Kathlyn
degrease by scrubbing in the shower for 15 minutes then spend 7 minutes shaving 3 minutes toweling off 4 minutes moisturizing and 20 minutes blow drying and styling your hair
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Kathlyn Originally Answered: Ways to lose weight?
One of the best things you can do for your overall health is drop a few pounds. Or maybe more than a few pounds. Being overweight significantly increases your risk of heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, cancer ... the list seems almost endless. Plus, if you do get sick or need surgery, being overweight can make any treatments riskier. You know the drill when it comes to losing weight -- take in fewer calories, burn more calories. But you also know that most diets and quick weight-loss plans have about as much substance as a politician's campaign pledges. You're better off finding several simple things you can do on a daily basis -- along with following the cardinal rules of eating more vegetables and less fat and getting more physical activity. Together, they should send the scale numbers in the right direction: down. 1. Once a week, indulge in a high-calorie-tasting, but low-calorie, treat. This should help keep you from feeling deprived and binging on higher-calorie foods. For instance: Lobster. Just 83 calories in 3 ounces. Shrimp. Just 60 calories in 12 large. Smoked salmon. Just 66 calories in two ounces. Sprinkle with capers for an even more elegant treat. Whipped cream. Just 8 calories in one tablespoon. Drop a dollop over a bowl of fresh fruit for dessert. 2. Treat high-calorie foods as jewels in the crown. Make a spoonful of ice cream the jewel and a bowl of fruit the crown. Cut down on the chips by pairing each bite with lots of chunky, filling fresh salsa, suggests Jeff Novick, director of nutrition at the Pritikin Longevity Center & Spa in Florida. Balance a little cheese with a lot of salad. 3. After breakfast, make water your primary drink. At breakfast, go ahead and drink orange juice. But throughout the rest of the day, focus on water instead of juice or soda. The average American consumes an extra 245 calories a day from soft drinks. That's nearly 90,000 calories a year -- or 25 pounds! And research shows that despite the calories, sugary drinks don't trigger a sense of fullness the way that food does. 4. Carry a palm-size notebook everywhere you go for one week. Write down every single morsel that enters your lips -- even water. Studies have found that people who maintain food diaries wind up eating about 15 percent less food than those who don't. 5. Buy a pedometer, clip it to your belt, and aim for an extra 1,000 steps a day. On average, sedentary people take only 2,000 to 3,000 steps a day. Adding 2,000 steps will help you maintain your current weight and stop gaining weight; adding more than that will help you lose weight. 6. Add 10 percent to the amount of daily calories you think you're eating, then adjust your eating habits accordingly. If you think you're consuming 1,700 calories a day and don't understand why you're not losing weight, add another 170 calories to your guesstimate. Chances are, the new number is more accurate. 7. Eat five or six small meals or snacks a day instead of three large meals. A 1999 South African study found that when men ate parts of their morning meal at intervals over five hours, they consumed almost 30 percent fewer calories at lunch than when they ate a single breakfast. Other studies show that even if you eat the same number of calories distributed this way, your body releases less insulin, which keeps blood sugar steady and helps control hunger

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