Losing weight healthy body

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Avatar n tn s keeping you from losing weight. By eating regular meals, you can better incorporate a mix of vegetables, protein, whole grains and healthy fats into your diet. Snacking, typically, ends up being fruit, candy bars, crackers, sandwiches, chips and all the things that aren't so good for you and tend to make you, either, gain or hold onto weight.
Avatar n tn I eat a lot now, do yoga once or twice a week but that is all. I am concerned because i dont know the cause of my weight loss. I eat healthy, feel healthy although occasional feel tired and fatigued and sometimes feel depressed. i dont know if all this is normal or if i shud worry. My body metabolism seems to dissolve all the food without gaining an inch? is that normal?
Avatar f tn I am 30 weeks and I already having trouble with gaining weight but now I think I'm losing it again. Is that normal in 3rd trimester?
Avatar f tn With gradual consistent efforts, you should be able to lose weight as desired in a healthy way. If your weight still does not seem to budge, you may consider an evaluation by a physician to rule out hormonal/ endocrine imbalances. Hope this helps. Take care!
Avatar f tn If your measurements are correct, your present weight is underweight for your height. 61kg is the proper weight for your height. A healthy way to eat is a Heart Healthy diet which means a moderate fat diet to benefit your body. Moderate fat diet means = use polyunsaturated (omega 3, corn oil, nuts, etc) fats and monounsaturated (olive oil, canola oil, peanut oil, etc) fats, no saturated fats (high fat snack foods, butter, fat spreads) and no trans fats.
Avatar n tn s been losing weight her whole pregnancy (also she was a bigger girl to begin with) Alot of people lose weight in early pregnancy and besides, the doctors will probably tell you as long as the babies are growing and you arnt getting dangerously thin, then everythings fine. Gooluck hun (: I hope you have a happy and healthy pregnancy!
Avatar f tn Hello there, It would be really dangerous to you to lose that much weight, ie 15 lbs in 2 weeks. A good amount of weight is about 2 lbs per week. The middle of August is about 4 weeks away. Even in 4 weeks, unless you go on what I would call a drastic diet or a starvation diet which would probably put your body in shock, you can't lose 15 lbs in a healthy way. Some people might think that if you drastically reduce your calorie intake, the weight will just fall off you. This is not true.
Avatar n tn Why do you want to be underweight? If you love sports you most likely have a lot of muscle mas making up your current underweight BMI. Get a fat percentage measurement done and you may find that you should actually worry more about properly nourishing and taking care of your body's needs than losing weight. Don't hurt yourself, and your body will continue to play sports. Underweight is not good. http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/guidelines/obesity/BMI/bmicalc.
Avatar f tn I'm about 13 weeks and keep losing weight. Not sure why. I eat, but i know I'm not getting the calories I need. I eat a lot of fruits and vegetables mostly because that's what's sounds good. I'm also eating a lot of protein too. Anyone else experienced weight loss?
Avatar n tn that way you have a healthy alternative i completly get being busy so eating out may be easier but if you do these things and eat out for dinner than you can have a nice healthy dinner there are lots of healthy options at restaraunts now.
Avatar f tn Getting down to 120 lbs brings you almost to the under weight category. Be very careful losing that much weight, at this point.
Avatar f tn Lately I've been noticing my clothes are getting tighter on me so I check my weight more often and I'm actually losing weight. I've even been eating a little more than usual. I'm 5'10 and I was about 146 and now I weigh about 137. Is this a bad thing? I don't know if I can stomach eating more food but I will if I have to if it means my baby is healthy.
Avatar m tn Skipping any of the food components is not considered healthy. Also when aiming at losing weight the protein intake may be slightly increased and the carbohydrate intake slightly lowered. The calorie requirement should also be adjusted for ones physical activities as well. Lower than adequate calorie intake can also cause weight gain, due to the stress hormones kicking in. Start with a healthy breakfast, moderate lunch and light dinner. Also keep a track of calorie intake and your work out.
Avatar f tn Breastfed and I tried to eat healthy but yea that was hard especially since thanksgiving was just a few days away lol but honestly it depends on your body some girls can eat healthy and exercise but it takes them a while to lose weight but some girls can excerise one time and lose 40 pounds hahaha
7159675 tn?1397442207 I was losing weight until i was twenty something weeks and i had morning sickness but hardly ever threw up. Baby is healthy and bump was growing. Each pregnancy is different .
Avatar f tn m 37 years old, and after having my third and last child 3 years ago. I noticed a lot of changes in my body, Iā€™m 5ā€™3ā€ and weight around 165-170, I eat really healthy, 3 meals a day, including salads, vegetables, fruits, grains, I completely avoid flour and sugar.
Avatar f tn Have you tried anything besides ab workouts? What about healthy eating and other exercise? At 14, your body isn't fully developed, so you'll need to get your parents to help you.
Avatar n tn But overall it takes about a year for your body to recover from your pregnancy. If you eat healthy and exercise it shouldn't be that hard to lose the baby weight.
Avatar n tn Cutting down on calories to less than adequate is not considered healthy. Also when aiming at losing weight the protein intake may be slightly increased and the carbohydrate intake slightly lowered. The calorie requirement should also be adjusted for ones physical activities as well. Lower than adequate calorie intake can also cause weight gain, due to the stress hormones kicking in also causing erratic sugar levels in diabetics.
Avatar n tn She has raised her calorie intake but she is afraid to bring it up to completely normal levels. Right now she is at a healthy body weight but she would still like to lose some pounds. the thing is she has been trying to lose them normally through exercise and diet but since her metabolism is so shot from her bad anorexia its extremely difficult for her and that only makes it worse. i really don't like seeing her this upset. any advice?
Avatar m tn Honestly stop trying to lose weight. You are in a healthy weight range now. But you should consider eating a little more and drinking more water.
Avatar f tn Yes it's normal to lose weight while pregnant. I lost weight the first trimester and my doctor didn't worry as long as baby is growing. Just eat healthy and stay active! !
Avatar n tn I have a hard time losing weight fast? What are some of the healthy foods that you should be eating that will give the proteins and vitamins; not the fats and carbs?
Avatar f tn At the moment, I am roughly 145 cms tall and weigh roughly 45 kgs but will have to check that, I am 19 and female and would love to weigh between 35 kgs and 40 kgs, I am on My Fitness Pal but am really not sure if I am going about losing weight properly and I want to lose the weight safely and by October this year so was wondering if this is ok to do. What exercises should I do, I do a lot of walking and want to do this without getting obsessed about it.
Avatar n tn I'm not losing weight on hcg. Why? I am going straight by the 500 cal protocol, and I'm NOT cheating. 2 weeks - 4 pounds. I'm weighing and documenting everything I put in my mouth. I'm on 500 calories - NOT hungry and NOT losing 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. . .