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im 13 how can i loose weight quickly?..?

im 5’2 , 13 and weigh 131.
i know im not fat but i have some extra skin.
i want to loose wieght sooo bad.
im going to high school next year and i want to look like im in good shape.
ive been going to the gym for about a week now burn about 3 to 4 hundred calories everytime i go.
but still see no progress.
i eat at least 900 calories a day sometimes less and drink a bottle of vitmain water..
is there any tips anyone has that might help me loose some weight quikerr?..
i know loosing weight takes time but am i doing anything wrong?.
my goal is to get to 105 pounds in a yearr. i know its possible but i dont know how.

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8 Responses to “im 13 how can i loose weight quickly?..?”

  1. WishinIwasdifferent said :

    Stay with what you’re doing, but sometimes you can’t get to a certain weight with your body type, make sure your goals are reachable with you muscle mass and bone structure.

  2. CaliGurl♥ said :

    You’re doing fine right now. But you should definitely eat more than 900 calories a day.

  3. blondiieee said :

    wow im 13 5’2 and weigh 87 lbs..not being rude but were the same 4 evrything except weight cool

  4. Jane S said :

    It takes time before you notice progress. Maybe you just have a lower metabolism or eating the wrong types of foods. Eat lots of fruits and veggies. hint: grapes are delicious!

  5. Olivia C said :

    honey, youre fine. im 5ft and 140 thats over weight! but if you whant to lose 5lbs or so cut out the crap food like chocolate, potato chips, large quantities of cheeses. and power walk 20-30 mins a day. now this will take several weeks so dont give up the first week.
    good luck 🙂

  6. blacktwinus said :

    Well..your young and still growing so don’t eat anything or not eat anything that will be harmful to your body. Don’t dring vitamin water it’s just chemicals drink plain water about 4-8 cups a day. Don’t try to lose it quickly but do it according to how your body loses weight not how YOU want to lose weight. Do what you are doing with the exercise and everything except food, what are you eating? Eat whole wheat breads, cut down on junk food at least in half, 900 calories a day does not sound good for a 13 year old, eat a good healthy breakfast, cereal, milk, orange juice. Lunch and dinner more veggies, cut down on pork, beef, red meats.

    Here is a site that I think will help:

    “You need to eat your breakfast,” “that’s enough soda,” “please lose the junk food and eat some real food.”

    If you’re a typical teenager with parents who always nag you about what you eat, how you eat, when you eat or don’t eat, and the amount of junk food you consume, these comments will sound familiar to you. Give your parents a break, they are just doing their job. They want you to eat properly so you’ll develop, be healthy, and keep your moods balanced.

    Your body needs certain nutrients to feel well as you go through each day. The most important meal is breakfast, even though it’s probably the most difficult for many teenagers. Breakfast is even more important if you aren’t eating lunch on a regular basis, and are waiting until after school or until dinner to eat.
    Your body needs a daily supply of protein, complex carbohydrates, and healthy fats to get the fuel it needs for energy and optimum health.
    Protein is a primary component of our muscles, hair, nails, skin, eyes, and internal organs, especially the heart and brain. Protein is needed for growth, for healthy red blood cells, and much more. Protein foods include eggs, cheese, soy products (soymilk, tofu, miso, tempeh), fish, beans, nuts, seeds, chicken, turkey, beef, and pork. If you are interested in following more of a vegetarian diet, choose soy products, beans, and nuts to satisfy your protein needs.

    Carbohydrates are our main source of energy and play an important role in the functioning of our nervous system, muscles, and internal organs. Carbohydrate foods include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and beans. The foods you should eat in limited amounts are ones that contain sugar, such as packaged cookies, cakes, soda-these sugars are called simple carbohydrates; they have a negative effect on your blood sugar levels and your moods as well.

    Fats are a form of energy reserve and insulation in your body, and can be burned to make energy when you don’t get enough from your diet. Fats transport nutrients such as vitamins A, D, E, and K through your body and fatty tissue protects your vital organs from trauma and temperature change.

    Simply put, there are “good” fats and “bad” fats. The “bad” fats are called saturated fats and are found in animal products, meats, and dairy foods; they should be eaten in limited amounts. These fats solidify at room temperature. Hydrogenated fats, sometimes called “transfatty acids” are also bad fats that are known to lead to heart disease and cancer. These hydrogenated fats are used in many packaged baked goods and margarines.

    The “good” fats include the Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. Deficiencies of Omega-3 fatty acids are linked to decreased learning ability, ADHD, depression, and dyslexia. These fats need to be obtained from your food. Good sources of the Omega-3’s are flax oil, ground flaxseed, cold water fish like salmon and fresh tuna, canola oil, walnuts, and pumpkin seeds. Other “good” fats to include in your diet are found in olive oil, avocados, and grapeseed oil.

    Here are some ideas for healthy, quick and easy meals:


    Soy shake-combine a cup of vanilla, chocolate, or plain soymilk (or use cow’s milk if you prefer) in a blender with ½ banana, 2 ice cubes and blend. Add 1 scoop of soy or whey protein powder-Spirutein is one brand of soy protein powder that comes in a variety of flavors. (Optional: add 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseed). If you start your day off by drinking this shake, you should notice an improvement in how you feel and function throughout the day.

    Whole grain toast or bagel with peanut butter-the peanut butter should give you the protein you need to sustain your energy throughout the morning. c. Eggs-fried, scrambled, poached, or hard-boiled with whole grain toast; 1 or 2 eggs will provide you with a great protein source to begin your day and the whole grain toast gives you the carbohydrates for energy.

    Oatmeal with chopped nuts and raisins, a sliced banana, or strawberries. For extra protein, add a scoop of peanut butter to the oatmeal.

    Calcium fortified orange juice-drink this before your breakfast or along with it to get the added calcium and vitamin C.

    Fresh fruit-it’s great to start your day with fresh fruit whenever possible-an orange, pear, strawberries, banana, watermelon, peaches, blueberries-combine your favorite fruit with a container of yogurt and add some granola for a delicious breakfast.


    Egg salad sandwich on whole wheat bread with lettuce and tomato
    Veggie burger with all of the toppings that you would add to a regular hamburger
    Tuna salad sandwich on whole grain bread or roll
    Salad bar with a colorful variety of vegetables and chick peas or red kidney beans
    Wrap with turkey, chicken, tofu, or cheese and vegetables
    Vegetarian chili with tortilla chips
    Tacos with lettuce, tomato, onions, and cheese
    Black bean soup, lentil soup, vegetable soup
    Veggie pizza or pizza with any of your favorite toppings


    Pasta with pesto sauce, tomato sauce, or with vegetables
    Stir fry vegetables with tofu, shrimp, or chicken
    Caesar salad with grilled shrimp or chicken
    Broiled salmon with vegetables
    Baked potato with vegetable topping or chili topping
    Ravioli with meatballs and sauce
    Chicken fajitas with guacamole and salsa

    Your dinner choices are unlimited, and will depend on whether you or your parents are preparing your meal. Your goal in the beginning should be to eat a good breakfast and at least one other healthy meal each day. That meal should contain a good source of protein, fresh vegetables, and whole grains (e.g. brown rice, barley, millet, whole wheat, oats).

    Make an effort to eat foods that don’t come prepackaged or prepared. Read the nutrition labels on the packaged foods you do eat so you can learn more about the food’s sodium and fat content, as well as the many ingredients that are contained in the packaged foods. If you can’t pronounce the ingredients on the label, chances are the food is not your best choice nutritionally.

    Along with choosing and eating more healthy foods, begin to exercise each day for at least 10 to 15 minutes, unless you already have a physically active lifestyle. Before school, jump rope for a few minutes before leaving the house to get your blood moving, you’ll feel better and it will improve your ability to concentrate during the day. After school, jump and dance on an exercise trampoline while listening to music. This is a great way to get the blood circulating to your brain so you can better focus on your homework assignments. (You can purchase an exercise trampoline for about $20 at a large discount department store.)

    Whatever physical activity appeals to you, make it part of your daily routine. It will lift your spirits and improve your moods. Combine the exercise with healthy, fresh foods and you’ll be surprised at how much better and more energetic you’ll feel. And when you do start to age like your parents, your body will be thankful that you nurtured and cared for it so well.
    About the Author
    Lisa Margolin, J.D., M.S., is a holistic nutritionist and co-author of ViVa’s Healthy Dining Guide, a comprehensive directory of more than 2,100 vegetarian, healthy ethnic, and natural foods restaurants, and markets across the United States. For more information on healthy lifestyles visit Source:

  7. **Kaitlyn** said :

    hey. Im 13 too!! I used to be a tad bit overweight. I lost it! MY mom goes to the gym every day so she told me what to do.


    Do a “pre” work out. Do 15-20 minutes on the eliptical. I dont know if i spelled that right. anyway…..

    Next…..Do u have a Fit Linx program. If so sign up for that and do all the machines. 12 reps. If not….they should have the same kind of machines.
    – Arm Machines (pulling bars toward you)
    -Leg machines (pushing that metal mat away from you.

    Kind of like the machines in this picture….

    Those kinds of machines. Next do abs. 30 crunches. Now you have to do them the RIGHT way. Inhale through you stomach and crunch. Hands behind your head AND looking at the ceiling the whole time. Do not stop looking at the ceiling. Do 30 of those. Next do “leg ups.” Lay on your back. Put your legs up in a 90 degree angle in front of you. ( Like you are going to do a “bicycle” but dont do the bicycle.) Now bring your legs to your chest while at the same time pushing them upward. Its hard to write in person. I hope you get what im telling you. Sorry

    Next do the Thigh Cruncher. These are the machines where you push you push your legs out and there is another one that you push your legs in. Ask a person in the gym to help you. It looks like that

    I hope you understand what I told you. I did all of this a couple days a week. Contine your calorie counting. You can go up too 1000. dont hurt yourself. Eat Lean Cuisnies. Those are delicious. I eat those and did my workout routine and lost 10 pounds. GOOD LUCK AND I HOPE I HELPED! : )

  8. nano said :

    Nah, no vitamin water, 32.5 grams of sugar. (13 grams a serving, 2.5 servings in each bottle… ya know.)

    You should walk, or jog, and play a sport. That way you can enjoy yourself (key to getting teens to enjoy their weight loss activities) and loose weight at the same time. Check your weight weekly, results look much better this way than the scanty half pounds a day. Makes you feel better too.


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