How can I keep myself on track, and stick with a diet. I let food control me and it makes me feel better, why...
Posted by An_262659
How can I keep myself on track, and stick with a diet. I let food control me and it makes me feel better, why do I let myself loose the battle. I need a kick start to get back in shape and feel better. Please help!View Thread
Does anyone know if the flavored H2O are ok when dieting? I love the grapefruit drink, and it has no calories, no fat, no sugar, nothing except the water and some flavor. It is sparkling. So, I would like to keep drinking this, but don't want it to kill my diet.View Thread
My two sisters joined weight watchers but they are 3 hrs away from me. I tipped my hat to them. I don't drive and I was reading about the diet online. I know theres a 45 fee every month. I wanted to know what can a person can eat. I have this url for a sample of what you can eat on certain day. I can't believe you can eat fries. Then they show a decadent dessert. What's the catch..?? How does one lose alot of weight with this.
I go to the gym here almost every day, go on the elliptical for 25 mins, then go to the machines. I eat usually boneless, skinless chicken, baked, not fried. I eat lots of veggies, usually steamed with meals. I do salads. I don't really eat snacks nor desserts. So, my theory is: if i am not hungry to eat all that stuff they eat on the program, does it mean I wouldn't lose?? I was thinking of joining online, but I have a tight budget and would have to think about the monthly fee. If anyone that is on the diet, please educate me about it. Thank you
To state the obvious, achieving your weight loss goal is easier when you combine physical exercises with the right kind of food. The key to losing weight is not necessarily eating less but burning more calories than you consume. The best strategy is therefore to focus more on eating the right food that would supply your body with the nutrients necessary for it to function optimally without adding to your body fat. A basic rule is to go for foods that are low in calories and high in protein, especially at breakfast. Apart from their nutritional benefits, these have the added benefit of helping you manage hunger better so that you feel less hunger pangs and avoid the temptation to eat junk food. And if you really need to snack, there are few healthy choices too. source http://www.prolevelweightloss.com/what-to-eat-when-trying-to-lose-weight/View Thread
I use to belong to WW but it seems difficult to keep track. I had lost weight when I was 38 and went down to a size 10 150 lbs but now I am 60 and cannot get rid of the weight I am 250 and need help.View Thread
I don't drink sodas, I drink water but i add Crystal lite or the Crush packets to taste there both sugar free, Not sure about some of the other things they have in them. But have to change the taste from just plain water couple times aday.View Thread
I've been working to break way from drinking soft drinks and trying to find a health alternative. I have...
Posted by An_262433
I've been working to break way from drinking soft drinks and trying to find a health alternative. I have found that drinking green/white tea affords me my daily caffeine. I also enjoy water flavored with either a twist of lemon or lime.View Thread
I had my RNY in 2003...lost great...then broke one ankle and sprained the other...stopped walking and started to gain....28 pounds...but with portion control only..have been able to loose 23 of that...but...I am having problems with iron deficiency, Vitamin D deficiency, and Vitamin B deficiency. Finally got my D back up and B ok...but what do you use for Iron?View Thread
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