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Losing weight healthy manner

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Avatar f tn I'm due April 24th and I've lost 20lbs since I found out at 6 weeks and am continuing to lose weight. My OB said that as long as I'm losing the weight in a healthy manner then all is good.
Avatar f tn You should try to lose what you can lose in a healthy manner now. Start a healthy eating plan now and avoid all type of junk food, soda, dairy products and white sugar.
Avatar f tn Im a qualified personal trainer and what you described there is totally normal, your losing weight in a healthy manner which is hard to do so fair play to you, keep it up! The thyroid will set you back and losing weight will take longer! If you are worried and need any advice you can PM me!
Avatar f tn It is possible, but very hard to lose it in a healthy manner. I'd say work out 6 times a week and have one day to relax and eat healthy. Good luck!
Avatar m tn Hi and Welcome to MedHelp! Based on being male, 6'1" tall, 261 lbs, 28 years old and selecting a somewhat active lifestyle (moderate exercise 2-3 times a week), it takes 2,700 calories a day to MAINTAIN your weight. For each pound you wish to lose, and it is suggested 1-2 pounds per week, you will need to create a calorie deficit of 3,500 calories. You can also accomplish this by exercising and burning the additional calories.
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 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 f tn Its good you've set a goal and are looking to find out how to achieve it! However losing 15 pounds in a month is unrealistic and unhealthy. Did you know it takes about a year for your body to adjust to losing 10 pounds? It's important to remember weight loss is a marathon and not a sprint. In order to lose weight and keep it off, you shouldn't look at it as weight loss but a way to become healthier!
Avatar f tn Im 126 pounds and im a kid and im trying to loose this b3cause my dodctor said im overweight so im trying to be 80 pounds
Avatar f tn Baby is pulling in all the nutrients it needs and that is partly why you feel so miserable and lose weight sometimes. My daughter was born 7 pounds and healthy. I ended up gaining what I lost plus 20 by the end of my pregnancy. You and baby should be just fine! Hope you feel better though, morning sickness is so miserable.
Avatar f tn I thought pregnancy was ALL about gaining not losing weight...anywho this is my third pregnancy and its never happened before.
Avatar n tn re no longer actively losing weight - I would nonetheless suggest talking to your health care provider about this. They can advice you how to go forward in a manner which is safe and healthy for your body.
4945970 tn?1361450429 I lost 15 pounds my first trimester. I didn't start gaining the weight I needed till 18 weeks. I was healthy and so was my baby. I just couldn't eat because when I did I was throwing up. I've only gained a total of 4 pounds I believe my OB said. And I'm 22 weeks.
Avatar n tn t really need to gain if you were over weight when the pregnancy started. Eat healthy meals, normal portions, exercise moderately. You may lose weight naturally as baby takes up some of the excess calories you were consuming. I'd consider yourself weight neutral right now and just eat healthy with proper portion control and not worry about the end result of your weight.
11696213 tn?1420470907 Anyone else losing weight? Im not throwing up or anything. I actually feel fantastic dont feel pregnant at all. Im a bigger girl and have been eating healthy (more then usual) and im dropping weight like crazy. Im down 15 pounds. Should I be concerned?
Avatar f tn They should be able to set and appropriate goal weight for you, and give you some tips on losing some weight. Never try starving yourself or making yourself throw up. You are wonderfully made. Keep going. You can do it.
4744855 tn?1358656623 hi I recently went to my doctor for losing weight from the depo shot and they suggested I try taking ensure protein shakes I would love to try them but I don't know if im gonna like it and if its really gonna work did anybody try ensure protein shakes and if they did let me know if it works and if it taste good
Avatar f tn I am a little bit chubby and i want to lose 9 kg in fastest amount of time to still be healthy. So i don't support starving and belive in moderation. I want to lose this weight till the end of 2014 anybody have any ideas?
Avatar f tn ve been steadily losing weight over the past few days even though I eat at least 3 meals a day (3 normal portioned meals, or 5 small meals). When I first weighed myself when I found out I was pregnant, I was about 145. Then when I went to the doctor 2 weeks ago I was 140, now I'm 137. Anyone else going through weird things like this? Oh and keep in mind I'm constipated, so I feel like I should weigh more?
4193337 tn?1355698372 t stopped eating or anything but I do force myself to drink lots of water and am back to eating tons of fruit. Is this safe that I am losing weight? This is my second pregnancy and I know during the last few weeks you can lose a few but I am still a ways away from that. Any thoughts?
Avatar f tn I started off at 5'9 145lbs and have lost ten pounds since about 6 weeks and am 16 weeks now and still haven't gained any weight and did the same with my first and she is perfectly healthy
Avatar f tn I also started developing hypothyroid symptoms, no appetite, slept well, losing hair, constipation and losing weight! My normal weight prior to diagnosis was between 56-58kg. Upon diagnosis of graves disease, I was 65-66kg. In January-February, i was 63-64 and now early April i am on 59kg! I found this very confusing, any similar story out there? Thank you!
Avatar f tn If you get help for your eating disorder one of the things that will change is this fear that you will always either have to work on restricting and losing weight or you will gain weight in an uncontrolled manner. It just isn't so.