Topic: Weight Loss?
October 20, 2019 / By Cedric Question:
I know that people are probably sick of these questions, but hey...gotta ask.
-15 years old
-Can't really pay for anything (no $)
-Limited exercise equipment (no school weight room, local gym, etc.)
-Live with 5 other people (can't limit what foods come into the house)
Best Answers: Weight Loss?
Allystair | 2 days ago
Whenever you are trying to lose weight, you should concentrate on these three things which all work together in providing a healthier and quicker weight loss goal for yourself. I have found this combination really successful in my weight loss plans. The first thing is exercising and how much you can put forth into it. The more you exercise, the more results you will see. The next thing is dieting and the calorie intake. If you exercise more, technically you could eat more? Always watch what you eat.
Now the last step in a good weight loss plan is always a good diet pill that can help you get to the end of the road. I have found Proactol which is a natural herbal diet pill to be the best around. It's an appetite suppressant along with being a fat blocker which stops up to 28% of fat you eat. Read up about it at TheWeightLossPlace .com where I saved money on it. Proactol really works well with exercising which gives you plenty of energy to perform. Along with that your diet will be affected by Proactol due to the appetite suppressant and fat blocker. If you slip up on meals, the fat blocker kicks in. It's really great to stop food cravings.
Concentrate on those three things and the combination is deadly for the fat cells in your body. Good luck and I hope this helps.
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Originally Answered: Calorie deduction in relation to decreasing BMR and weight loss, to sustain steady weight loss of 2 lb/week?
You're way over thinking (and overcalculating....) it. Weight loss is an experiment with a sample size of one - you.
1. BMR is a very approximate number. If you get it within ±10%, you're doing better than most. Everyone's metabolism and digestive efficiency are different. Yours even varies from day to day depend on what you eat, when you eat it, and even how well you chew.
2. Same goes for caloric intake. Even if you're measure everything to the gram, you're doing good if your estimates are within 10%
3. Calculating the caloric effect of exercise is even worse. "lightly active" is a completely vague and meaningless term. You're calculating numbers out to 2 digits for something you can't even put a number on.
The bottom line is, you're doing the right things, ie, eating less and moving more. Will you lose weight steadily at 2lbs/week? No. It doesn't work that way. Results will be bumpy as your body adjusts to varying work output (exercise) and fuel input (food).
decaf coffee is a great low calorie fluid when you re having cravings and a great source of antioxidants
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limit if not eliminate all extras like butter mayonnaise ketchup dressing added sugar added oil etc
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swap out brown rice or quinoa yes even the new super food which both add up to about 220 calories per cup for cauliflower or roasted peppers that are only about 30 calories per cup
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get familiar with quinoa a wonderful grain thats easy to cook and goes great with sauteed vegetables or mushrooms
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Originally Answered: I have appt at weight loss clinic, with a BMI of 36 will the doctor prescribe me weight loss pills?
I would imagine somewhere in the range of $30-$50 a bottle. I don't know how much the bottles usually contain. Also whether or not he prescribes the pill will probably be based on you and what you've talked about. He may tell you it's up to you, or he may recomend it. If your obesity is at a point where your a daily health risk, he's probably going to strongly recomend a pill to help.
Good luck, and remember your doctor is there to help, tell him what your feeling about price and such, and he'll discuss it with you. There are different drugs to choose from, he may know of a cheaper one.