Originally Answered: I cannot lose weight this is messed up there has to be something wrong please help.?
You need to drop the attitude. You say in your last paragraph "dont say 'well u need to have atleast 1,000 calories otherwise u will gain weight.'" Don't you understand that this is true? I'll explain.
This answer is in 2 sections, Food and Exercise.
Example 1: If you eat regular 4 or 5 very small meals a day, you will lose weight.
Example 2: If you eat just 1 or 2 average/large meals a day you will gain weight.
Do you know why? Metabolism.
Metabolism is how fast your body processes food, and how much of that food it stores as fat.
Example 1 works because the more OFTEN you eat, the less fat you store (because your body says "What's the point in storing fat, I know more fuel (food) is coming in a few hours)."
Example 2 doesn't work for weightloss because your body is in starvation mode, so when it does finally get that 1 meal it says "This is all I'm getting for the whole day, I better store it all as fat so I don't starve later on."
See the difference? So aim for 4 or 5 meals per day, with 3 or 4 hours inbetween each meal. But stick to healthy food (fish/meat, fruit & veg). Stay WELL AWAY from carbohydrates (chips/bread/chocolate/anything sugary). And most importantly, your total calorie intake for the WHOLE DAY should be about 1000 to 1500 calories. So split that up between 4 to 5 and you get 200 to 375 calories per meal. Get it?
You need to burn off more calories than you take in. That's the only way to lose weight. The less calory bit for food only helps because there are LESS calories to burn off. But if you don't burn them off those calories, no matter how little there are, will just sit there as fat, Get it? Go to the gym, go running, even just do pressups or sit ups in your room. Try learning to hip hop dance from a youtube video in your room infront of a mirror or whatever. That really gets you out of breath and sweating (which is good). If you need a work out routine I've got plenty just give me a shout at [email protected]
The bottom line is, if you don't put the effort in, you don't get results. Stop looking for a quick fix or miracle answer. There isn't one. You are what you make of yourself.