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I want to lose some weight, I always have a hard time losing any really good suggestions for weight loss?

PS-I want either buzzcut my hair or shave it, which should I do?

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8 Responses to “I want to lose some weight, I always have a hard time losing any really good suggestions for weight loss?”

  1. igardentoo said :

    are you drinking water..or adding milk containing foods to your diet…milk does help with weight loss and water is filling

  2. Jen G said :

    I have struggled with weight loss for years. The only thing that has helped me to date has been Weight Watchers. You can join online and it’s really reasonable.

    I’ve lost 42 pounds on it. It’s the best plan out there.

    And I’ve always like the buzzcuts.

  3. Josef F said :

    Start riding a bike every day. Walk upstairs instead of elevators. Take vitamins and watch the food you eat. Eat more fruits and vegetables.

  4. jrock03 said :

    There is a really good website called Go there you can set up a system that is right for you. You can track calories and track calories burned. They have different recipies and it is all free.

  5. FireCop said :

    The best way to lose weight is to eat more, smaller meals to boost your metabolism. And do cardio first thing in the morning, since while you sleep you are fasting. After an 8 hour fast, your body doesn’t have as many calories to burn during exercise so it instantly burns your fat stores. Also drink an ounce of water for every pound of weight lost during exercise.

    ps- Go for the shaved look. Buzz cuts make you look like a jarhead.

  6. Christopher C said :

    I could go on and on, but simply put, you must eat fewer calories than you burn per day. To find out your metabolic rate (how many calories you burn per day), there are a few ways to figure it out which you can easily find using google. Aim to eat 500 calories less than your rate. Most important, do not overeat, portion control is VERY important. Eat less more times per day.

    Cardio is most important activity. Walking, bike riding, jogging are all good activities. Aim for 30-60 minutes 3-4 times a week. If you’re out of shape, work up to that level. Weight training will help as the more muscle you have, the more fat you will burn.

    That’s the really brief version, I’ll be glad to give you more info on what I did if interested.

  7. vito b said :

    Everyone has a different dietery system that reacts differently to just about any form of weight loss. The easiest, best, and cheapest way to lose weight is jsut cut down on your foods and eat a salad before you eat your main meals. Salads can fill you up quite a bit (make sure you use low fat dressing, never regular) so you won’t eat more of the fatty foods.
    Exercise 3-4 days a week, only if for 20 minutes you go outside and walk around the block, through the park, up and down some stairs, whatever… a light jog is very helpful in weight loss for men if exercised 3-4 days per week.
    Diet soda still is soda. All soda is bad for you. Resort to water and 1-2% milk, and occasionally some orange or apple juice. Beer should be avoided.
    Think healthy and act healthy.
    Many people say to bike. Althoug biking is good, I find in my personal experiences that running/ jogging is much more effective.

    As for your hair debacle, go buzzed, see how much you like it, and from there you might be able to see what going bald would look like. Remember that hair conceals uneven spots in your skull, so without any hair all the bumps will be visible.

  8. Roberto B said :

    The best weight loss exercise is push out, meaning: push yourself out of the table!
    All joking aside, controlling the quality of food you eat is the key. The foods that most contribute to fat in the metabolism are the carbohydrates and sugars (that encompasses ALL the junk food in one sweep!). Stay away from SODAS, they are a murder for weight loss. This is a misnomer since what you really want is fat loss not weight loss. If you work out at the same time (which you should) your weight may actually increase because your muscles are growing, and muscle weighs more than fat. So, loosing one and gaining the other may actually increase your weight (in the right direction, because it is off course good to have strong muscles and less fat in your body, isn’t it?).



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