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How can you lose weight fast at the age 15?

My sister want to lose10 pounds and be in shape for our vacation in may.. any suggestions for her?
-no sports..
-always inn her room reading.
-doesnt eat much but yes she is alittle pudgy.

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7 Responses to “How can you lose weight fast at the age 15?”

  1. Melissa_408 said :

    Jog/Run, Sit Ups, Crunches, Squats, Bicycling, Jump Roping… Just Stay active, remember she is still 15!

  2. Lorelei said :

    Can you tell us more about her lifestyle? Does she play sports?

    The Slimfast diet (two shakes and a sensible dinner) works. If the shakes are too cost prohibitive, she should go for a mix in like Ovaltine with vitamins. She should also take in exercise 5x a week for at least 30 minutes, something high intensity like running or cycling.

  3. Jim L said :

    It is as simple as less calories in, more calories expended on activity. She should get exercise daily even if it is just walking briskly for 30 minutes. Cut out all fries, fried food, candy, cake, donuts and cookies. Eat bread and potatoes sparingly. Eat more fruit and vegetables. She will lose 10 pounds in about 6-8 weeks that way.

  4. Ghyut said :

    Weight loss and weight training
    We chose to list this separately from the “exercise” category because of the significant weight loss benefits attached to weight training in and of itself. The basic equation is this: the more muscle tissue you have, the more calories you will burn. This is why world class weight lifters must eat thousands of calories a day to maintain their weight. Muscle is active tissue, fat is not. Thus, muscle “burns” a significant number of calories each day for its own maintenance. In her book Strong Women Stay Slim, Miriam Nelson, a Tufts University researcher, showed that a group of women who followed a weight loss diet and did weight training exercises lost 44% more fat than those who only followed the diet. While aerobic activity can help burn calories, muscle’s where it’s at when it comes to giving your metabolism a significant daily boost even at rest.

  5. Fhgn said :

    Find out why you overeat
    All too often overeating is triggered by stress, boredom, loneliness, anger, depression and other emotions. Learning to deal with emotions without food is a significant skill that will greatly serve long term weight control. The Solution, a book and national program developed by Laurel Mellin, RD, helps participants to identify their eating triggers and respond to them without food. A research study showed that the participants in this program demonstrated a better rate of long term weight loss maintenance than those who simply diet and/or exercise and don’t address behavioral and emotional issues. Chronic over-eaters and “emotional eaters” can be significantly helped by learning new behavioral skills such as those Mellin presents. You can also seek help with behavioral and emotional eating issues from a licensed counselor or psychologist in your area.

  6. Smild said :

    Downsize your dinner plates. Studies find that the less food put in front of you, the less food you’ll eat. Conversely, the more food in front of you, the more you’ll eat — regardless of how hungry you are. So instead of using regular dinner plates that range these days from 10-14 inches (making them look forlornly empty if they’re not heaped with food), serve your main course on salad plates (about 7-9 inches wide). The same goes for liquids. Instead of 16-ounce glasses and oversized coffee mugs, return to the old days of 8-ounce glasses and 6-ounce coffee cups.

  7. Bbbx said :

    Bring the color blue into your life more often. There’s a good reason you won’t see many fast-food restaurants decorated in blue: Believe it or not, the color blue functions as an appetite suppressant. So serve up dinner on blue plates, dress in blue while you eat, and cover your table with a blue tablecloth. Conversely, avoid red, yellow, and orange in your dining areas. Studies find they encourage eating.


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