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How do I lose weight instead of gain the freshman 15 in college?

The dining hall food isn’t helping me lose any weight. So, I need advice on what I should eat to stay healthy and lose the weight that I want to lose.

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6 Responses to “How do I lose weight instead of gain the freshman 15 in college?”

  1. Bing Bong Bao said :

    Light Beer Diet

  2. Jeff S said :

    most people gain the freshman 15 for 2 resons.

    1. cafeteria food…its not very good for you and whats worse, you can’t find nutritional information for the crap you are eating. and

    2. beer…

    so….be really careful what you are eating in the cafeteria…and work out a lot. no avoiding the beer! thats the best part of college. 🙂

  3. talldend48 said :

    drink alot of water. eat alittle every 2 hours. avoid eating 4th meal

  4. chocolate rain said :

    instead of the micro-wave ramen noodles and what not i think you should look in the frozen food section where they keep the food for vegitarians….like for instance they have broccli and cheese bites that are microwaveable(it says not to microwave but i do it anyway lol) and theyre breaded and look like a chickin nugget and on the inside its cheese and broccli bits and its soooo good…most things made for vegitarians are microwaveable and you can eat on the go and its also healtier then that cafeteria food….

  5. it's me said :

    -eat a lot of fruit.(carry an orange or apple with you)
    -drink a lot of water.(you’ll get use to it)
    -Avoid candy, ice cream, jusice.
    -try and make your own juice.
    -in your busy schedule TRY to walk the minumum of 20 minutes everyday.

  6. Adia said :

    The way not to do it is starve yourself, to start with. Just exercise and eat right. I did….lost 90 LBS because of it. Starving yourself won’t help at all. Drink more water, eat less before bed, and don’t eat for stress are the 3 things I follow and i’m going pretty well if i don’t say myself. 90 LBS isn’t anything like 5-10lbs so take my advice. If you want anymore details, feel free to email me. Just please be patient for ppl seem to email me for advice on this, I will reply, don’t worry! ~Adia


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