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What are the best weight loss techniques?

Hello I way about 16 stone (200) pounds and this summer I really want to spent getting down to 12/13 stone. I don’t really look fat as I am kind of muscular but I still would like to lose weight. Also I have loads of strench marks that I want to get rid of. I would be greatful if you could help so by September Ill be look great.

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11 Responses to “What are the best weight loss techniques?”

  1. Yazmin M said:

    eat alot of protein, less carbs, have a planned walk 1/2 hour a day.10 000 steps a day.. and eat six times a day

    remember LOTS of proteins, LESS carbs.
    TRUST me it works, ive lost weight already and its only been 5 days ive been doing it.

    🙂 good luck

  2. [email protected] said:

    Eat 5 times a day, lean meat, greens, fruit, veg
    Drink 2 litres of water a day
    Gym 5 times a week,

    monday, wednesday and friday (Cardio) running at least 1 mile
    tuesday and thursday arms, back and chest

    No alcohol.

    I weighed the same as you at christmas i did the above and got down to 13 in 4 months.

  3. branddxb said:

    for a workable diet –
    here is what my dietician suggests – follow a practical diet. start your meal with a soup or a huge salad. this fills u up. Make sure your plate has this ratio – 50% veg, 25% carb(potatoes, corn and peas come in carbs category), 25% protein.this will prevent cravings occassional treat is OK. have a snack every three hours. fruit (ideally berries) or soy nuts. just 2 tbsp of soya subsides hunger pangs. switch from white rice and bread to brown. eat 900gms of veggies a day.Lose a kilo a week. that is permanent loss. pick an exercise regime you like.
    get a pedometer and try to take 10,000 steps everyday.
    dieticians offer eally good suggestions that r easy to follow. go to one

    check with an endocrinologist for any hormonal imbalance like thyroid or PCOS/insulin resistance

  4. josiejump1 said:

    lots of shagging

  5. dicky said:

    1. Keep a note of everything that you eat and drink. You do not need to estimate calories. Just write down what it was that you had and the approximate quantity. You will find that being more aware of what you are eating helps you to plan healthy meals and snacks.

    2. Halve your intake of all pure or added fats. This means using half as much butter or spread on your bread, toast, muffins and potatoes; half the usual amount of mayonnaise or sauce on your salad; and half the oil in the frypan every time.

    3. Limit treats containing sugar to three times per week. This includes chocolate, ice cream, desserts, cake, pastries, cookies, etc.

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  8. bsgbgh r said:

    Well when I had problems losing weight I found this site It had a lot of information on various diet pills, ebooks, and other websites that helped. I learned a lot and so far I’ve lose 45 pounds 🙂 hope it helps.

  9. qcdkjd i said:

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  10. JP said:

    1) Drink a glass of water before every meal. It fills you up so you don’t over eat. Also drink a glass of cold water every morning – Your body burns calories by cooling down the water to make it useful to your body.

    2) Eat slowly – It takes your brain 20 minutes to realize you’re full, so if you eat fast, you’ll overeat.

    3) Never crash diet. Don’t go under 1200 calories a day. It’ll slow your metabolism down, and you won’t be able to receive all the nutrients you need in a day. And once you do start eating normally again, you’ll regain all the weight you lost immediately. Instead, take it slow and steady.

    4) Don’t be a lazy bum. Do jumping jacks while watching TV, run laps around the coffee table – Just try to keep yourself moving.

    5) Immediately after eating, pop a piece of cinnamon or mint gum in your mouth so you don’t feel the urge to keep picking at your food.

    6) And don’t beat yourself up if you had a bad day! Listen to your body – If you want something, have it! Just always remember to keep it in moderation. But don’t deprive yourself, or you won’t get ANYWHERE.

    7) Leave a couple bites left on your plate when eating. You can save calories by not eating every last bite.

    8) Substitute “diet” foods for regular foods – Skim milk for whole, low-fat cheese for full-fat cheese, light bread over regular bread, reduced calorie yogurt over regular yogurt, Splenda for sugar, etc.

    Check out Free Exercise Videos on Youtube

  11. Cherry said:

    Hi Richard.

    I like JP’s answer but I will add one more suggestion here. You can try calorie shifting method and lose weight easier.

    And maybe you should challenge yourself to lose at least 5 pounds this week.

    Good luck.


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