Typical Weight Loss! Tips?
Topic: Typical Weight Loss! Tips?
July 18, 2019 / By Micajah Question:
I'm looking to lose 15 lbs, so I can get back to a healthy BMI.
Any tips? Please, I don't know how to diet or what foods are totaly bad and whats good ectect,
I eat A LOT of peanut butter, is that good or bad for a diet?
And what about Milk and Bread? I hear to stay away from those but they dont seem too bad,
Best Answers: Typical Weight Loss! Tips?
Jotham | 2 days ago
you shoudnt have more than 1 tsp of peanut butter for breakfast only!you can have about 2 or 3 glasses of lowfat milk daily...as for bread,the serving portion for weight loss is only 1 slice...
1. dont bank on the words 'fast','easy','simple' & 'quick'....to stay safe,you shoudnt lose beyond 4 pounds of fat per week
2. start brisk walking 40-60mins a day...get a dog or 2 if you find your walking routine boring..or if you are at a gym,experiment all forms of
cardio available and stick to all that you like
3. drink only water,100% natural/fresh fruit/veggie juices,lowfat milk and lots of green tea
4. severely limit carbs n fat but eat lean proteins and veggies very well..make sure you eat a good breakfast!foods generally that aid fat loss-
fruits,oatmeal,milk,raw nuts,fish,beans,veggies, small chunks of dark chocolate and herbal teas.
5. do lots of pilates/yoga/strength training to get the best from your cardio
6. be smart when eating out or at events/functions(such as preparing your own meal & eating in advance)
7. dont trust myths like "no food after 7pm"...you have to stay nourished to lose fat,..the best you can do if you are scared to eat is perhaps
drink a glass of ice chocolate lowfat milk mixed with a tsp of instant softened oatmeal...
8. Always push yourself n never give up!but get enough rest too...Stay focused on your goal and God bless you...
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Originally Answered: Does anyone have any weight loss tips? Any tips on the Alli pill?
I am not a fan of diet pills at all.
That being said you are smart enough to at least consider Alli. The only FDA approved diet supplement on the market.
Losing weight is 80% diet. You just can't lose weight starving or eating a fad diet.
If you couple a healthy diet with Alli you will lose weight. Be advised Alli causes sudden and oily stools so you will need to adjust to it. The less fat you eat, the less the side effects. It is a good training tool that way.
You can eat anything you want as long as you dont eat loads of it, so dont banish peanut butter from your life as I know I couldnt live without it!
Bread is always said to be bad but again as long as you dont eat excessive amounts!
Just cut down on foods that are fatty, if you try and eat foods that are low in fat as i found that was what helped me lose weight. Also swimming is great for losing weight and for toning your body.
Eat 5 fruit and veg a day, I foung that eating a big bowl of fruit like strawberries, raspberrys and peaches with low fat yoghurt filled me up until lunch so I was less likely to snack, and I had eaten 3 portions of fruit!
Im sure you will lose the weight in no time!
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Learn to monitor your calories. Weight loss is all about energy, if you eat less calories than you burn then you lose weight. All foods can be incorporated into a healthy diet as long as they are eaten in moderation. Eating A LOT of any food is bad. Peanut butter is pretty high calorie (about 200 cal in 2 Tablespoons) so if you are not careful then the calories can really add up.
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Well, you'll be able to begin with checking what's on your refrigerator. If you spot any two of the 5 constituents at the label, THROW them out. one million) Hydrogenated oil or Partially Hydrogenated Oil two) Sugar three) High Fructose Corn Syrup four) Enriched Flour five) Bleached Flour These five traditional every day constituents the essentially the most UNHEALTHIEST factor in your every day processed meals. If you'll be able to preclude them outright, you'll reside lengthy and misplaced plenty of weight. To scale back on fats, consume top-protein and top-fiber. Lower your consumption on Carbohydrates (which entails processed grains like white rice and white bread, opt for complete grains). Take 6 foods an afternoon (sure, 6) three foremost foods and three mild snacks of end result and veggies. Won't this make you fats? No. Provided you consume inside the boundaries you'll spice up metabolism and matched with recreation construct muscle groups quicker. This speedy construct of lean muscle will accelerate your metabolism so that you eat extra energy preserving the muscle groups. Ideally take a meal then in-among take anything mild and top in fiber reminiscent of end result, nuts, yogurt and so forth. Avoid processed meals. The meals will support hold the ones lean muscle groups so you do not lose them. If you comply with the meal sample, you'll be ravenous each morning because of this your metabolism is operating. As for recreation, i do endorse the high-quality and simplest is swimming. You swim half-hour consistent with day for five days and list essentially the most quantity of laps you'll be able to do. Every week upload a further lap within the equal half-hour. Have a stair at house? Climb stairs a couple of laps for 10 mins each morning and each night. Add one other lap each week. Going browsing? Use the steps. Avoid utilising escalators and elevators. You do not need to difference your complete existence, simply make a few enhancements and you'll be able to be amazed on the outcome. ^_^
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I've lost 5 kilos in my first week. It's my 10th day and I have included salad with some protein (eg. egg/ lean chicken) as you suggested. After 4 years of trying, the fat is finally coming off. It truly feels like magic!
Get started today!
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Originally Answered: What is a typical muslim daily diet?
There is no answer to your question the way you put it.. the is no "typical" diet for muslim countries as people in Pakistan eat a different diet compared to people in egypt, compared to people in Somalia compared to people in Oman, etc...
If your question is about Middle-Eastern cuisine, then it's mostly bread for breakfast and dinner (along with hummus, olives, cheese, and so on) along with rice and some kind of meat and vegetable for lunch.
To follow halal, just stay away from pork and alcohol.. of course this is only a simple explanation of what halal laws are, if your question is about halal then go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halal