If you are looking to Lose Weight. You need to eat clean.... Whole Fruits, Vegs,No processed foods. Try to make many thing homemade if you can. I found a Magazine called " Clean Eating" its helped get my whole family in the program. You cant completely cut out sugar from your diet because its in EVERYTHING! But if you are craving Chocolate grab a piece of DrK. Chocolate and suck on it or take frozen bananas and put them in the food processor and you have a alternative to ice cream. Look at the ingredients for EVERYTHING that you buy at the store. If you cant pronounce it you don't need it. Take a cheat meal once every 2 weeks. Drink water water water 3 pints daily. I have been eating this way for 2 years and my skin cleared up and I dont have digestive issues. And once ever 6 months I go thru a NO SUGAR, CAFFEINE,SALT, FAST AND I do a juice fast... I buy fruits and vegs and I juice them along with water, and that's what I eat all day. Also go on clean eating .com or look up Tosca Reno!! Body building.com She was my inspiration for starting. good LUCK! Because it going to be hard but if you put your faith in GOD to help its can be easy! I took off 50lbs in 1 year...Any questions let me know.View Thread
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