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What’s a fat loss program that has worked for you, personally? Please don’t lie?

I’ve been trying to lose fat for years with different programs that just didn’t work. What has worked for you guys?

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8 Responses to “What’s a fat loss program that has worked for you, personally? Please don’t lie?”

  1. Jasmin D said:

    if you do a total body cleanse every week and eat more fruits than anything else, drink lots of green tea, cold or hot, and Hip Hop Abs daily. I lost almost 100 lbs in about 3 months.

  2. Leticia B said:

    You might want to try a detox diet. You might have toxins inside of your body and that might be the reason why it’s preventing you from losing weight. Check it out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detox_diet.

  3. Bubbles said:

    Weight watchers- it’s not a diet it’s a life style.

    My friend lost 75 pounds on it so after I hit 200- I knew I had to do something. I have already lost 10 pounds in the first month. It’s just falling off and I have not been exercising due to my job and I go to night school- I haven’t found the time. But when I start- I am going to lose even more!

  4. Just Wondering said:

    I follow a lean protein, low carb food plan. I avoid simple refined carbs, which are products made with sugar and flour (white bread, cake cookies, bagles, rolls, noodles, white potatoes / rice) I eat complex high fiber carbs (100% whole wheat bread / pasta / cereals) and lots of fruit and veggies.

    I avoid fast food like the plague and don’t drink soda pop. I drink lots of water and green tea.

    I also exercise five days per week including 3-4 days of aerobic (running, cycling, swimming, hockey, nordic skiing, etc) and 2-3 days of weight training.

    I recommend you visit Mens Health website for work out ideas. link below.

    http://www.menshealth.com/cda/channelpage.do?site=MensHealth&channel=weight.loss

  5. Kelly A said:

    I don’t know if this will help you, but I lost 40 lbs. 5 years ago and have kept it off. I got a more active job, I rode my bike a mile to work and a mile back, and I started making use of the cafeteria at work. I was working in an assisted living facility and got meals very cheaply. I ate a couple of boiled eggs and a piece of bacon for breakfast, a salad with a ton of vegetables and a little dressing and meat like turkey or chicken at lunch every day, and would crumble some whole wheat wafers on top of it. At night I ate anything I wanted, as long as it wasn’t over 500 calories or so. I didn’t actually have a program, I just changed my habits. I left that job a year ago, but I have kept the same eating habits to a degree and I ride my bike at least 4 times a week for an hour, resting for a few minutes between 30 minutes. I went from 175 lbs to 135 lbs and I am 5’8.” I really don’t believe in “programs” – I believe in lifestyle change. And I believe that people that want to lose weight should find an exercise they LIKE and stick to it. I love bike riding, it makes me feel free. When you exercise you are less likely to want to eat too much, partly because of the effort you made, and it will decrease your appetite.

  6. MovieChic said:

    None, I do my own thing. I do cardio 5 days per week for one hour. Then I lift weights every other day. I eat lots of veggies, fruits, and lean meats.

  7. funguyy said:

    eat about every 3hrs.
    eating between 300-500cals per meal(95% of the time)
    eating 5 meals a day(usually,sometimes just 4)
    eating anything i want (as long as it is in the 300-500cal range)
    realizing it’s okay to never feel full and then not even wanting to eat til i feel full.
    been doing it for 6months.lost 32lbs.

  8. Jennifer said:

    Different people require different methods. For some people low carb high protein diets work, for others, not so much. My advice would be to try different things to truly see what works best. I found this program after 2 years of trying to lose fat and it’s worked great for my body type.




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