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What is the best diet supplement pill or workout to lose weight the healthy way?

I would like to lose weight. Like around 30 lbs. I want to do it the healthy way. I am active now. I walk my dog for a while and i also work out in my living room for 30 mins every other day. I would like to know a pill that could help me lose weight that will acutally work and its healthy for my body. I also would like to know some new routines to work out.

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9 Responses to “What is the best diet supplement pill or workout to lose weight the healthy way?”

  1. Chris said :

    “i want to do it the healthy way” ” i am active now” ” i would like a pill that could help me lose weight”
    seems like you are pretty serious about this. you’re doing great. determination, but the only problem is the pill part. losing weight a natural way, isn’t going to include pills. AT ALL. pills are scams. you’d be better off buying a vitamin pill or drinking a glass of calcium enriched orange juice. lmao. seriously. if you keep doing what your doing. you’l get there. there are no short cuts. plain and simple. sorry.

  2. The Wild Man said :

    try the Lil Jack exeercise video it really works

  3. Dr Frank said :

    Bad news not only do diet pills not work, but so called dieters like you who try for the quick fix have a 2 in 3 chance of ending up heavier in the long term!

    Do you see the box near the top of the page?
    The one labelled ‘Search for questions: ‘?
    Well type in ‘lose weight’.
    You will find over 493,128 pre-existing questions.
    Try the misspellings ‘loose weight’ and there are another 113,731.
    In all there are over half a million Health section questions requesting solutions to being or thinking you might be overweight.
    On average these each yield 6 answers, that is over 3 and a half million answers.

    I can usefully summarise these answers in 4 words :

    EAT LESS DO MORE. Are you desperate enough to try this???

  4. Marlene said :

    30lbs is totally doable! Pills do not work and I do not recommend going that route. If you are already active that is great and I can recommend a great workout program for you. I’ve dropped 30 lbs in 2 1/2 months on it.

    good luck! you can do anything you put your mind too!

  5. Rekhilesh said :

    try to use acai berry

  6. jus me said :

    ur NOT gonna loose weight with a pill, unless u plan to cletch it between ur teeth and dont eat. do 30 mins EVERDAY!

    watch youtube…i found alotta great workouts there. teobo, turbo jam, hip hop abs and i even can belly dance a lil, its like school for free. add fun into everyday so that u wanna do it! good luck!

  7. Betty said :

    I’d suggest that you put little efforts in running/jogging and exercises which are the best activities to burn fats. There’s hardly any equivalent substitute. However, its your metabolism which also determine the quantum of weight loss. I was using a diet pill along with my exercises. Try Phentramin-d which is an excellent diet pill which is far ahead of its competitors. Unlike, many other diet pills, phentramin-d stays ahead of them because of its unique formula being developed at an FDA approved laboratory. It’s simply suppresses the appetite of the user thus making it easier for the person to take control of his/her life and also enhance metabolism.

  8. MountainMan said :

    “Alli” is a very expensive diet pill that inhibits fat absorption in your intestines. However, I have never used this artificial way to cut fat. Instead, I eat less fat. Consuming less fat in the first place and replacing saturated fats with mono fats such as olive oil is a healthy way to cut calories. Amost all Americans consume excessive quantities of meat and junk foods. Your first step to initiate weight loss should be to alter your diet away from saturated fats and toward more fruits and vegetables.

    Check a BMI calculator to set your weight goal.
    Your BMI should be between 19 and 25.

    You should find exercise that fits into your daily routine, like walking to school, bicycling to the grocery store, and hiking through a local park. Try to perform these moderate exercise activities for at least an hour every day. Eat more fruits and vegetables, since these are both filling and filled with the nutrients that your body needs.

    Let me give you a summary of my meals in a typical day:

    Breakfast: A high-fiber cup of oatmeal, brown sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla. A pint of coffee or green tea.

    Alternatively, a high-protein scrambled egg with an Anaheim or Pasadilla pepper, a handful of mushrooms, and half-cup of cheese, with a topping of Greek or Italian spices. Two bananas.

    Lunch: Snacking and a meal at work is one orange and two apples; ten-grain, flax-meal, psyllium home-made crackers or rice chips with an ounce or two of spreadable soft feta; a quarter-cup of cinnamon-sugar almonds; a pint of coffee; a quart of water.

    Alternatively, a soup of clam chowder with a half-cup of added mixed seafood such as clams and octopus or split pea soup; dried figs and apricots to satisfy hunger between meals; a quart of water.

    Dinner: A half-head of lettuce with thousand island or blue cheese dressing. Two bananas with a glass of milk. Two cups of herbal tea.

    Alternatively, a high-fiber, multi-grain and flax meal pasta with red sauce, adding mushrooms, peppers, bok choi, and a few black olives. Another meal is stir-fry vegetables in a ginger terriyaki or vegetable spring rolls with duck sauce. A cup of brown rice or wild rice, not a true rice, as a high-fiber side dish is very filling with green tea or herbal tea.

    My daily exercise routine is 16 miles of biking, unless the weather is nasty. If the weather is bad, I run 4 miles a day with a backpack. On my days off work, I usually hike about 5 miles in winter due to snow on my paths and 10 miles in summer. Try to do at least an hour of moderate exercise per day, which can be a commute to pick-up groceries, get to work or school, or a hike in a park or neighborhood.

    Look-up healthy eating and other topics related to your health at WebMD as well:
    The best colon cleaners: strawberries, bananas, oatmeal, apples, psyllium husk powder, and flax meal. If these do not work, try a cheap laxative like generic calcium polycarbophil or sennosides. If you still want to pay more for roughly the same effects, try “Acai Berry Cleanse” or Cellular Research Formula “Colon Clear” and “Total Body Purifier.” Buy a juicer and pulp apples and other fruits. Make vegetarian stir fry and serve over rice. All of these are safe and effective purifiers.

    Healthy Homemade Multi-Grain Crackers [Fenske Recipe]
    1 c. Gluten Flour
    1 c. Red Mills 8-Grain Flour
    2 T. Flax Meal
    2 T. Psyllium Husk Powdered
    2 T. Olive Oil
    1 T. Sugar
    2 t. Salt
    1 pkt. Yeast

    After thoroughly stirring the dry ingredients, add 3/4 c. of warm water and stiffen dough as needed with more flour.

    Use Red Mills 10-Grain “Cereal” and coarse sea salt on the board and roll-out the dough into a thin layer and cut into pieces.

    Spread olive oil on a baking pan or stone before 425° for 15 minutes.

  9. Pam26 said :

    You can go for some natural acaiberry drinks that will help you loose fat and gain energy without harming your body.


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