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What can I do to lose weight fast? Are diet pills bad for me?

I’ve been trying to lose some weight, but have not been able to. I’ve also tried diet pills and they don’t work. I eat right. Could it be my age?

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5 Responses to “What can I do to lose weight fast? Are diet pills bad for me?”

  1. AnOctoberLullaby said :

    Your weight depends on a lot of things.
    Age, gender, genetics, etc.
    Diet pills aren’t too good.
    They have nasty side effects and don’t work the same for everyone like seen on tv.
    You should just keep eating right and do some work outs.
    Maybe even get a fitness coach to help you reach your goal.
    That works out good for a lot of people.

  2. Scarlett W said :

    the older you get the harder it is to lose weight
    you need to exercise but theres no such thing as a quick fix..
    unless you want to use inocavure
    its really hard to do but you lose weight fast
    but you’ll gain it back if you cheat.

  3. dcno02 said :

    You are not violating the laws of physics. The reason that you are not losing weight is that you are eating as many calories as you are burning. To lose weight, you must eat less than you burn.

    I lost 65 pounds in the last 13 months. Here’s my method. Calculate your target weight for every day and write it on a calendar. I lose five pounds per month, so I subtract one pound each six days. Weigh yourself every morning. If you are over your target weight, eat less and exercise more that day. That’s it! No calorie counting; no food weighing. Just eat a balanced diet.


    Ideal body weight calculator for children and adults:

    Experts recommend, “Slow and steady weight loss. Depending on your starting weight, experts recommend losing weight at a rate of 1/2 to 2 pounds per week. Weight loss may be faster at the start of a program.”

    And, “Men and very active women may need up to 2,500 calories daily. Other women and inactive men need only about 2,000 calories daily. A safe plan is to eat 300 to 500 fewer calories a day to lose 1 to 2 pounds a week.”

    This web site from the National Institutes for Health tells how to take charge of your weight:

    Calorie Needs Calculator:

    This page explains how to eat a balanced diet for different calorie levels. Although this page is intended for diabetics, this is the same balanced diet that is recommended for everyone.

    A healthy exercise program addresses all five aspects of physical fitness: aerobic endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, and body fat composition.

    Suggested workout to accomplish this.
    Five to seven days per week:
    >Yoga, 20 min, 8 to 10 postures that work all major muscle groups
    >Brisk walk, 30 min, walk two miles
    Every other day, two to four days per week:
    >Weight training, 20 min, one set of 8 to 12 repetitions of 8 to 10 exercises that work all major muscle groups

    Exercise Recommendations for People Aged 18 to 64

    Do both aerobic activities and strengthening activities.

    Aerobic Activities
    • Do at least 10 minutes at a time.
    • You can combine moderate and vigorous activities.
    • Slowly build up the amount of time you do physical activities. The more time you spend, the more health benefits you gain. Aim for exercising twice as long as the minimum times below.
    • If you choose activities at a moderate level, do at least 2 hours and 30 minutes a week.
    • If you choose vigorous activities, do at least 1 hour and 15 minutes a week.

    Muscle Strengthening Activities
    Do these at least 2 days a week.
    • Include all the major muscle groups such as legs, hips, back, chest, stomach, shoulders, and arms.
    • Exercises for each muscle group should be repeated 8 to 12 times per session.

    From the U.S. Federal government:
    Also see: explains how to design a healthy workout, gives directions for specific exercises, explains how to stay motivated, and much more.

    You may find it motivating to compare your progress to the fitness standards of the U.S. military:

  4. StormyMoon S said :

    have you tried Crevax yet? if not you should really try it. i am taking it and i love it, the results are great, loss a lot of weight and no side effects at all.

  5. Nancy G said :

    I have been through it all and know what’s it about. The main thing is to stick in there. You can’t be an addict to food and never exercise if you want to live a healthy life and keep the weight off. I’ve worked out, done every diet, and all types of classes.

    Nothing works, besides dedication and intelligence towards the subject of losing weight.

    First, depending on how much weight you need to lose, your diet is the first concern. You can’t eat 10,000 calories a day and expect the weight to come off, even if you are exercising a lot. Which brings us to the next thing. Duh, Exercising…

    This is a must especially if you need to a lot of weight. Get at least 30 mins of some good hardcore exercising. Do some cardio, in the long run, it’s good for the heart.

    However, I find the most hardest part of losing weight/keeping it off, in my diet. It’s so hard to keep your fingers out of the cookie jar or those chocolate goodies. I’ve found a great addition to help any one out, it’s a natural weight loss supplement called Proactol. Now don’t get all crazy on me and say diet pills don’t work. That is true, but not in this case. This one isn’t meant to burn pounds while you sit on the couch. It’s an appetite suppressant, along with being a fat binder. I saved money on the pills at along with getting some good info. It basically makes those fingers not go towards the cookie jar. For me it’s the best pill I’ve tried and I’ve tried cupboards full. Now this doesn’t mean you have to follow my foot steps but I’ve successfully lost roughly 70 pounds and keeping it off til this day.

    Well good luck and remember what I said, Dedicate.


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