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Question to people who have had success at losing weight?

Ok so my main question is this how much weight have you lost per week when trying to lose weight. Basically i want to set myself a realistic goal and if you got any additional information like any tips you think that helped you alot plz tell

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6 Responses to “Question to people who have had success at losing weight?”

  1. MellowMan said:

    Well my daughter has been trying to loose weight, and what she did was to restrict her calorie intake to what is recommended, and walked every day and she has lost weight. I don’t know how much but simply looking at her I can see she has lost weight off her tum and waist.
    If you do not snack between meals and do exercise you can loose weight too.

  2. Sal*UK said:

    2 lbs a week is a realistic and sensible weight loss. Anymore and it will eventually come back anyhow. You need to retrain your appetite and eating habits.

  3. sarah said:

    i lost 20 pounds i was 61 kilos and iam betwee 50 and 49
    i ate less and i work out 3 times a week for 3o minutes and i have an advice for u muscels make u burn calories more there is weight i mean like a kilo weight and there is step ups
    good luck

  4. Rhianna_Returns said:

    You should be looking to lose about 1-2lbs per week with combined weight loss and reduced calorie diet.

  5. Princess said:

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    Have you ever checked out the Acai Berry. There is some information at http://quickweightloss.notlong.com/. She even has a free trial available.

  6. Ms South African Hoodia Gordonii said:

    Good question. However, result varies from person to person. Each person has different metabolism.

    I think weight loss and fitness always boil down to 2 things: 1) Metabolism and 2) Nutrition.

    Metabolism: You worked to expend the excess calories so that they do not turn into fats. To do that, either you create a calories deficit or you increase your calories usage.

    For most cutting calories (aka reduce portion size) is easier but not everyone can withstand the hunger pangs. That’s when a hoodia gordonii supplement can be useful as it make your brain think you are full so that you won’t feel lethargic or cranky.

    For those who prefer to exercise, you should focus on weight training and high intensity interval training like wind sprinting. Forget about cardio.

    Nutrition: First thing is to get the habit of reading labels. If you see anything that says high fructose corn syrup, trans fat, hydrogenated or partial hydrogenated oil, put it back.

    Next understand that you need to eat a balance meal, and not follow a fad diet. One that contains carbohydrates, protein and fat.

    Opt for unprocessed carbs and when possible, it’s better to take fruits (not fruit juice) and vegetables. Technically speaking, fruit and vegetables are less calories dense. Good for losing weight.

    Get your plant protein from beans, legumes, and nuts, while animal protein, eat free-range and/or organic meats.

    Get this straight, we need fat. And the right kind of fats would make you fat. What we need is natural fats from fishes like salmon and tout or fruits like avocado.

    When you need oil, use coconut oils and pure virgin olive oils.

    By the way, for the ladies and gentlemen out there, avoid soy based products and beer.

    Guys, soy and beer (contains estrogenic compounds) cause fats to accumulate on your chest. So unless you are interest to grow boobs continue eating.

    Ladies, one of the reasons why your stubborn belly fat never go away could be due to your high intake of soy based product and beer.

    Oops, I blah too much on a blog post! That’s it. 🙂




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