What is the best diet to go on? And how does protein help you to lose weight?

I am 21, 5’5 and I weigh 10 stones, I have always been 8 stones but I put on weight this year. I need to lose 2 stones, what is the best method and exercise? Thanks

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6 Responses to “What is the best diet to go on? And how does protein help you to lose weight?”

  1. Nicegirll N said:

    the best diet, is to take it: http://search.recclick.com/?q=xenical

  2. singleyorkie1 said:

    I heard protein is actually an appetite suppressant, carbohydrates are used by your body to produce sugar for future use. Join a slimming club or go to your gp for advice

  3. trevhedman said:

    tried lots of different diets the only one that worked was common sense, we are all individual and things vary person to person walk instead of taking a bus or driving eat right and be patient. I dont know about the protein all i know is body builders take protein pills and protein shakes to gain weight to transform into muscle, so maybe you have the wrong info ?

  4. Susan Yarrawonga said:

    Swimming is very good for slimming as well as toning. The more laps every day the better.

    Protein doesn’t get your weight down unless you consume it in the absence of starchy carbohydrates such as bread, cereals, pasta, rice, potatoes, sweet potatoes, beans, peas, lentils, nuts, carrots and a few other starchy vegetables. This is basically the Atkins diet. You are allowed to consume non-starchy carbohydrates such as fruit and non-starchy vegetables.

    If you are interested in the high animal protein diet you can get a whole book on it from Health Stores with plans and schedules. The Atkins diet has a high success rate.

    Other diets that you may perhaps want to investigate are the rice diet (very few Asians are overweight) and a vegetarian or vegan diet (very few vegetarians or vegans are overweight).

  5. Ana said:

    Try to eat healthy and avoid snacks. The following website helped me a lot to lose weight:

    http://www.youfreeweb.com/diet/

    They give you useful advice and a diet…

    Good luck!

  6. John W.... said:

    Protein is digested at a slower rate than carbohydrates, so protein will keep you feeling ‘full’ for longer.




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