how much weight can i lose? safely?

I am an aspiring cyclist. I currently weigh 145 and im 5’9 and muscular, my eating habits aren’t the best (being a young bachelor) But in order to continue my progression i have been becoming more interested in eating healthier. If i cut entire pizzas and late night binges on taco bell from my diet will i loose weight? or by eating healthier will i simply just be putting better fuel into my reserves? ( i will continue to eat massive amounts off food) thanks in advance and check back because i usually add details quickly as i get more questions or whatever.
i dont really have a set goal on what id like to lose, but is there a point when i weigh myself where i have to reincorporate terribly fatty and bad foods back into my diet?
and how low do you think i can get to with out bad fat in my diet?
i am not trying to lose weight i just want to know what i can expect when i eliminate bad food from my diet (meals containing over 150 grams of fat)
haha sorry i am a male.
and in cycling the lighter and stronger you are the better

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3 Responses to “how much weight can i lose? safely?”

  1. Amy Y said:

    1. You are a pretty tall girl. So when you are tall you tend to weigh more

    2. You are muscular. MUSCLE WEIGHS MORE THAN FAT……

    3. If you eat earlier you tend to lose more weight. Eating late is not really that good for you.

    4. If I were you I would not worry about my weight, I am like 5’5 and I weigh 143. I’m trying to lose weight myself

    I hope my information works for you! Try to eat as healthy you can.

    TIP!!!: If you eat a larger lunch and eat a early light dinner, and maybe eat yogurt for a snack if you get hungry, this should help a little

  2. Anonymous said:

    Remember that the fork is not a shovel. I eat fast (I swear I can’t help it). Even if I’m not hungry, I want to shovel everything into my mouth in less than a minute. But my brain doesn’t know that my stomach is full until twenty minutes after it actually is. As such, I could stuff myself silly before realizing I didn’t need to consume as much as I did. Try eating half of what’s on your plate, wait ten minutes, then continue to eat if you’re still hungry. You never want to feel full – ever. That’s when you know you’ve eaten too much. If you want a real hunger-stopper, try an Omega 3 and Omega 6 supplement (EFAs) twenty minutes before a meal.

  3. Killuy Sumer said:

    Bring balance to the force. If you eat the same foods over and over again, you’re going to get bored – unless they’re foods you really, really like. Feel free to change it up – keep your tongue happy. Balance carbs with proteins with fats, though. If you have more of one nutrient for one meal, try more of another nutrient for the next. And for heaven’s sake, don’t just shop in the “diet” section of the store. You can still (likely) eat the same things you’ve always eaten, just not so much of them at any one time.


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