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does anybody know a good diet plan to lose weight?

I am 15 about 5″2 and i weigh around 10 stone and that puts me in the overweight category. i have tried every diet going people always say just have balanced diet and exercise but nothing works. I have even gone to the extreme by starving myself which did work but not for long. So please can i have some help. thanks.

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5 Responses to “does anybody know a good diet plan to lose weight?”

  1. BruceLee said:

    Walk for an hour a day. Go swimming twice a week, and eat salads and veggie with every meal. What goes in must be less than what you shred.

  2. tinker_bell said:

    join slimming world my mums been on it for a couple weeks and already lost a stone and a half!! its really worth it and u don’t have to cut down on all you yummy food! i mean it, check it out !

  3. Dr Frank said:

    Do you see the box near the top of the page?
    The one labelled ‘Search for questions: ‘?
    Well type in ‘lose weight’.
    You will find over 20,000 preexisting questions.
    Try the misspellings ‘loose weight’ and there are another 5,500.
    In all there are over 60,000 Health section questions requesting solutions to being or thinking you might be overweight.
    On average these each yield 6 answers, that is over 360,000 answers.

    I can usefully summarise these answers in 4 words:

    EAT LESS DO MORE. Are you desperate enough to try this???

  4. Stuart said:

    More muscle = more Energy (KJ) burnt doing ordinary things, such as, watching TV, walking around etc. Muscles use more energy than fat (obvs).

    I would advise getting a protein (whey) milkshake tub – (ensure it has very low carbs). Start to familiarise yourself with RDA/RDI. Carbs are your main source of energy, but if you don’t use them they become Fat (very basic way of putting it).

    Lower your Carb intake, take more protein (especially 20mins after exercise to repair muscle tissues) – Eggs are great if you like them – I don’t hence the protein tub.

    I’m 21 and started at 14st, not fat but just a bit stocky, I messed around with gruelling exercises and crash diets. However a slow and steady approach works best for me, and for the last 2 months I have lost around 2lbs a week – slowing down of late becuase of the muscle (not bulging just toned)

    Also, NEVER eat after 20.00

  5. Julie W said:

    Unfortunately, the more you try all these fad diets, the more likely you are to regain the weight.

    Try cutting out all the nasty junk foods & processed foods. If you think you are eating too much, It may be because your body is hungry nutritionally, not actually hungry. The better the foods you are putting into your system, the more satisfied you will feel.

    Make sure you are drinking enough water too. Many people confuse thirst for hunger.

    Exercise is a crucial element to weight loss.

    Strict low calorie diets & starving yourself can be extremely detrimental to your health. Plus, it will only make you put on more weight when you do eat.

    So scrap all those celeb diets & nonsense.

    However, if you have honestly tried everything to lose weight, including following a proper diet & exercising effectively, there may be another reason for your weight gain. For example if there is some kind of hormonal imbalance. So if you have honestly tried an appropriate diet & exercise program to no avail, then it might be worth while talking to your doctor.

    If you want to try a no-nonsense, no calorie counting diet, then have a look at Dax Moy’s Elimination Diet. It is just a case of cutting out “bad foods”. I am a personal trainer & work with Dax. The results that people can achieve simply by cutting out foods that our bodies are intolerant to is amazing. Check out his website. The diet is completely free to download, so no–one is trying to sell you a new fad & there is an online community on hand to help. See some of the results for yourself!!

    Please feel free to contact me if you have any other queries




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