Losing weight by changing diet

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Avatar f tn My suggestion is to changing your diet to kick start the weight loss. It worked for me.
Avatar f tn OR you can drop 250 calories from your diet and increase exercise to use an additional 250 calories. Changing up calorie counts and exercises will help prevent plateau.
Avatar f tn Yet I contionusly gained weight. I downloaded my diet diary and bought a heart rate monitor to see how many calories I really burn during my workout. I stuck to the calories on the app and it was even healthy calories. Gained another 2 pounds since then. Idk what I'm doing wrong but my pants are too tight and I am freaking out.
Avatar f tn If you are aiming at losing weight, it is important to calculate your current BMI and the target BMI. The target BMI should be in a healthy range. Aside indulging in moderate amounts of physical exercise it is also essential to maintain a healthy diet plan. It is important to know that a diet plan is not about cutting down calories; it’s about ‘healthy’ eating. With cutting on diet one may initially lose weight but this may remain static or increase later.
Avatar n tn I know the feeling. There is always a tomorrow or next week when it comes to proactively losing weight. And if I feel overweight then yes I want the weight gone yesterday. Some advice. Don't drop the weight quickly, this is rarely a long-term solution. If I took time and had the mental discipline I could have lost weight many times over. Do it once, do it right. Issues with weight and body image are taxing (emotionally, physically and financially) and demoralizing.
Avatar m tn I agree that your body has adjusted to your routine and you need to change things up a bit... you can do this by changing your exercise routine - do things you aren't used to doing. Once your body gets used to a certain routine, that's just what it expects on a daily basis, so it's not longer a challenge. Same with your diet...
Avatar f tn If you're losing weight without changing your diet or amount of food you normally consume then it is something that needs investigating by a doctor. Adrenal Insufficiency and Metabolic Disorders can cause great loss of weight without change in diet....these things are normally accompanied with other symptoms which you don't mention so hard to say what the cause could be without knowing more symptoms.
Avatar n tn s one thing to lose weight, another to lose a specific amount in a short amount of time. Losing slowly and steadily by changing your lifestyle and diet is the way to go, but nobody can tell you how quickly the weight will come off. It depends on your metabolism, how much exercise you can handle, and how disciplined and knowledgeable you are about eating healthfully.
7989976 tn?1403493624 Losing weight is 80 percent diet and 20 percent exercise. I plan on losing a lot of weight ehen thr baby gets here... this isnt for everyone but I will be changing my life style to paleo dieting. Basically you can only eat meats and veggies no carbs. Look into it... but thsts not a good diet if u choose to breast feed... best of luck!
Avatar f tn I do. I started dieting in earnest this summer and lost about 5 pounds. I thought it was 10, but the scale said otherwise. I'm running now 3 days a week-6 miles running/6 miles fast walking. I am now REALLY seeing a difference. At first I seemed to gain weight, but my pants are loosening dramatically and I'm getting great results. The only way I've ever lost weight dramatically is by exercising.
Avatar n tn t want to lose weight fast -- you want to lose it slowly so it stays off by changing your lifestyle, which will include diet. But if you don't know what's wrong with the knee, it's difficult for you to know what you're able to do safely as far as exercise.
Avatar n tn Maybe look into changing from low fat, to low carb diet. Low carb diet helps some - definitely has helped me where no other diet has. make sure your levels are optimal, as well.
930138 tn?1244345904 It is relatively easy, inexpensive ( my husbands clinic charges 120 a month for the hormone, most people only need one month supply for every 20 pounds they need to lose- sometimes less), and few side effects(most people only mention headaches and/or constipation which can be addressed by diet changes and more water consumption). Research it and give it a try. You'll be happy you did.
Avatar f tn Diet? No, but pregnancy is a great time to start eatting healthy! Changing your diet will not only make for a healthy baby but also a healthy mommy after baby comes! Plus what better motivation to get healthy than your baby? Plus you can slowly encorporate exercise like walking or swimming and that will help set a base for you to work off of after delivery. Plus the stronger your core, the easier labor you have! So swimming is excellent!
Avatar f tn Im 33 weeks and have lost a ton of weight from being sick and changing my diet. As of now Im still 7 lbs under my prepregnancy weight but baby is healthy and right on track. You'll be ok. Good luck.
Avatar f tn I have been losing weight steadily over the past few months by changing my diet and going to the gym several time a week. I have just found out im pregnant and I would like to stick to my routine. Is it harmful to the baby for me to continue losing weight?
Avatar f tn but i was just wondering what things to cut out for my diet to lose the weight..
Avatar f tn If anything. . . you losing the weight to be closer to that healthy weight for you should increase your fertility. . .often times someone losing 5-10% of their body weight (if they are overweight or not at their ideal weight) will help them to conceive. Congradulations on the weight loss. . .
Avatar n tn I have lost nearly 20 kilos ( 44 lbs) since my surgery. But I know that only part of that was to do with being on medication after my TT last Dec and the rest to bloody hard work on my part! Saw a Naturopath as I wasn't losing any weight by May this year...and felt lousy. I have lost most of the weight to changing my diet and doing excersise. I can see how easily I can gain weight even though I am now officially hyperthyroid! So I do my utmost to keeping the weight down.
Avatar f tn Keeping track/changing my diet by far had the biggest influence on my weight loss (I was running 100 miles a month and still gaining weight, and I wasn't eating that unhealthy, but just more calories than I was burning I guess). I set very small goals, aiming for losing 5 pounds in 6 weeks vs. 30 pounds in 6 months. I run a lot, and even while I was gaining weight I would run a lot.
Avatar f tn Losing weight is difficult without eating healthy foods, even with a lot of exercise.
Avatar f tn I know I should be way below this! But I need tips on how to stayed focused cause I will usually start a diet then give up by mid week... Any help or tips?
Avatar f tn Hello, I wanted to know what kind of diet pill I can take for losing weight?
1577478 tn?1296177497 Try the South Beach Diet. Its healthy and can help you lose weight and develop good habits in food choices. I lost 50lbs on it in about 8 months.
2053729 tn?1330435506 According to what I have researched, my BMR is 2485 and I eat about 1800 calories a day, so I should be losing weight just being me. Add in the approximate 2000 calories I burn with my exercise and I should be melting into a puddle! We do a lot of weights, pilates, abs, pushups, strength bands and squats at my aerobics class so I know my body is changing. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong? I have had my thyroid checked in the last 4 months and it was "normal".
Avatar f tn If you are serious about losing some weight then you need to think about changing the way that you live and eat. The good news is there is a better way. The change should be a long term plan, as many of the quick weight loss regimes provide you with no long term goals to keep your weight down. By looking to the future you can ensure that you are losing the right weight at a good healthy rate.