Losing Weight, Whats the best way to lose wieght?

In your personal experiences, whats the best way to lose weight? Just as an added bit, i’ve lost nearly a stone by cutting down and exercising more!
I cant wait to see your reply richard!

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29 Responses to “Losing Weight, Whats the best way to lose wieght?”

  1. Cj said:

    Carry on with what you are doing it is working right! As for me, well I enjoy swimming so I swim 1km about 3 to 4 times a week, and my nurse at the doctors surgery said if you drink apple cider vinager, must be organic unfiltered, about 2 tbs in 1/2 glass warm water about 20 mins before a meal it works wonders too.

    EDIT: I supose Richard gets the 10points then!

  2. Rudebox77 said:

    Don’t eat. It always works for me.

  3. natl7788 said:

    drink lemon water at the begining of the day it speeds up your metabolism well dne for getting as far as u have

  4. skunkmasta said:

    Dysentery, works every time..

  5. wordykat said:

    It souns as though you should be giving out advise & not asking for it as you are doing so well already.
    Good luck & congratulations on your weightloss

  6. muse said:

    By not worryng too much about it and only eating when hungry and not eating really large meals. It works for me, I’ve lost about a stone too. Cutting out the big pasta dinners made the biggest difference to me. Also don’t let yourself get hungry as this slows down your metabolism which will make it harder to lose weight.

  7. dEdZ said:

    exercise and diet

  8. J.Christie said:

    Small portions, fruit, veg….

  9. Joe U said:

    Count calories.
    Eat fewer calories than you use.

  10. Voxtar said:

    studies I read shown Zone Diet worked at the best diet

  11. marine_biologist2005 said:

    dont listen to who ever said dont eat, that is the worst thing you can do.

    The calorie intake for females is 2000 and males 2500 on a daily basis, this is needed to maintain a healthy diet it you dont eat you will become ill.

    As you exercise and loss weight, please carry on eating!

    Also do more weight training, as the bigger the muscles you have the faster your metobolism becomes thus the more calories you lose

  12. Shaz said:

    sounds like your doing the right thing already, just keep it up and well done to you!!!!!!!

  13. inner_bakura101 said:

    Count your calories and watch what you eat.

  14. wkdrichard said:

    Dont snack, and only eat when you are hungry!
    It worked 4 me

    best of luck
    cya

  15. lynda_is said:

    Substitution works wonders. If you crave sweets, substitute fruit for them. Snack on veggies instead of chips or sweets. Then get off of your computer and get outside.

  16. Al said:

    eat less in quantity

    eat healthier

    do more exercise

  17. alynnemgb said:

    The simple truth is just burn more calories than you consume. Easier said than done, I know, but to lose weight you need to exercise more and eat healthier. For many individuals, this requires a complete lifestyle change, not just a crash diet.

  18. nyle_mckee said:

    Run, i have found it the best way. Also cut down on your alchol. it worked for me

  19. beanstewer said:

    Bikram yoga is the best way i know. Not only does the weight fall off you but you get an amazing detox each time you go, and it conditions your body- bones to skin.
    I should add that this is no easy route. It is hard work, and takes alot of determination. But is so worth it, you feel amazing afterwards.

    All the quick routes are cons and the weight will come back again. Try it!

    Best wishes

  20. chicagosgirl said:

    i joined weight watchers in may last year and so far iv lost just over 3 stone.its all about sensible eating, moderate exercise and becoming comfortable with who you are. never deny yourself anything, just don’t pig out!

  21. bullatpool said:

    it really is very easy and simple, in fact o have done it by accident many times.
    Basically you just need to burn more cal than is taken on

  22. southockendon said:

    Eat organic cardboard on Tuesdays. Drink loads of Spring water, but take the springs out first. Run two miles everyt day in less than ten minutes. Walk to the grocery shop and choose the one on the other side of town. ALL the above are the best way to loser weight.

  23. ashtonw05 said:

    Set goals. Exerisise is 80% mental and 20% physical. If you tell yourself everyday what you want and how your going to do it, than your more likly to sucseed. If your goal is a big target than set it in stages. …50 lbs go 10 lbs a month, 5 stages. If its a low goal than pace yourself. Remember a perfect diet is one that mix’s both fitness and Calorie intake. For some extra boost go to GNC get some Green tea for a metablism booster, And some Whey protine for an extra edge for working out.

  24. waynedavie2000 said:

    I lost nearly a stone by just changing from the normal type foods to low fat or low sugar versions did take nearly a year though

  25. prevails said:

    eat less excercise more

  26. Tara Fabulous said:

    Try the following : do 200 minutes of cardio a week. Remember fat does not turn into muscle, so you need to lose your fat while putting on muscle. The 45 minute thing is not true, but don’t over 60 minutes at a time.

    Do 5-10 minutes of cardio to warm up, then do your weight training. Do 30 to 60 minutes more of cardio, then go home.

    The best time to eat is just after your workout within an hour when your metabolism is raging. For your muscles, incorporate some isolated soy protein or whey protein. Whey is more potent but the soy tastes better!

    Don’t look at your scale as the be all and end all, but get a measuring tape to check your progress, and that will show more tangible results.

    Read fitness magazines, like Shape and Fitness for motivation and tips.

    Good luck and stick at it.

  27. Sugar said:

    Contact me, I will pass you on to a woman who knows her stuff (cos she works with the guy who discovered Glyceamic Indexing, Steve Nugent). Between them they know more about dieting than ………… something.
    Seriously, they are worth listening to, it isn’t snake oil or “low fat low thin low calorie bla bla”.
    If you want to hear scientific fact, go there!
    Good luck.

  28. Fat G said:

    Healthy weight loss tips

    * Take one pound at a time
    Don’t get overwhelmed by how much weight you need to lose. Try to remember that “losing 15 pounds in two weeks” is nothing to celebrate. It is important to realize that the more quickly weight is lost, the more likely the loss is coming from water and muscle, not fat.

    Since muscle tissue is critical in keeping our metabolism elevated, losing it actually leads to a decrease in the amount of calories we can each day without gaining weight.

    Fat loss is best achieved when weight is lost slowly. Strive for a weight loss of no more than 3-4 pounds per week. One pound of weight is equivalent to 3500 calories.

    * Set Reachable Goals
    For instance, if you know you need to get more exercise, begin with a manageable goal of, say, walking 10 minutes a day that you know you can achieve. Then build your self-esteem by achieving the small goals you set yourself.

    The same logic applies for losing weight.

    * Stay off the scales
    Don’t get discouraged when your progress seems to be slow according to your bathroom scales. They do not provide a true measure of what is going on with the body.

    If exercise levels are adequate (5-7 days a week), you may be putting on muscle but losing fat, thus losing inches even if you are not losing pounds. It’s always a good idea to do several body measurements to have a second objective way to monitor progress.

    * Stay focused on being healthy, not thin
    # Many people become more successful at long term weight loss when their motive changes from wanting to be thinner to wanting to be healthier. Change your mindset to think about selecting foods that will help your body’s health rather than worrying about foods that will affect your body’s weight. The Food Pyramid offers a basic outline of the types and amounts of food you should eat each day to give your body the nutrients it needs for optimal health.

    * Fat Free?
    We’ve known for some time that limiting high fat foods in the diet can be helpful with weight loss. That’s because fats pack in 9 calories per gram compared to only 4 calories per gram from proteins or carbohydrates. To many, the message to limit fats implied an endorsement to eat unlimited amounts of fat-free products. Just to clarify, fat-free foods have calories too. In some cases fat-free foods have as many calories as their fat laden counterparts. If you eat more calories than your body uses, you will gain weight. Eating less fat will help you to lose weight. Eating less fat and replacing it with excessive amounts of fat-free products will not.

    * Drink plenty of water
    Drink eight glasses a day. Water is a natural appetite-suppressant. Nettle tea is a great weight-loss tea as it supports metabolism and has diuretic properties.

    * Reward yourself
    # Each time you reach a goal, such as losing 5 pounds, reward yourself with a gift or a massage.

    * Seek help if you need it
    # A big key in long term weight control comes from receiving encouragement and support from others. Find a friend to lose weight with or you can check to see if groups such as Weight Watchers, or eDiets offer programs and resources in your area by clicking the links. You may also wish to check with your local hospital to see if their registered dietician conducts group weight loss programs.

    * Watch your portions
    With the advent of “supersize” meals and increasingly huge portions at restaurants, our concept of normal serving sizes is a distant memory. Be mindful of the amounts of food you consume at a sitting. When necessary, divide your food in half and ask for a take home bag. It is all too easy to be a “plate cleaner” even when served enormous portions. Learn to pay attention to your hunger level and stop eating when you feel comfortably full, not stuffed.

    * Eat your food slowly
    Did you ever notice that thin people take an awfully long time to eat their food? Eating slowly is one method that can help take off pounds. That’s because from the time you begin eating it takes the brain 20 minutes to start signaling feelings of fullness. Fast eaters often eat beyond their true level of fullness before the 20 minute signal has had a chance to set in. The amount of calories consumed before you begin to feel full can vary significantly depending on how quickly you eat. So slow down, take smaller bites and enjoy your food.

  29. David W said:

    You are already on track, so carry on.

    But if you really want to try something different, try a vegetarian diet. Its very healthy, and has no disadvantages. There are very few overweight vegetarians, except perhaps me!




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