You don't have much to lose. You can do so by following a low- carb (only eat non-starchy vegetables), high-protein diet. For easy weight loss solutions to your sweet tooth, consider this- low-fat yogurt, oat bran waffles, cinnamon porridge"026the website is FULL of healthy, low-fat recipes you can try.View Thread
What do your meals usually include? You could benefit from a weight loss diet plan that is low on carbs and high in proteins. Eliminate starchy vegetables and foods from your diet (white bread, rice, potatoes, beans, pasta etc) and eat more of protein-rich foods such as chicken, lean meat, seafood, turkey, eggs, tofu and skimmed milk. Exercise for an hour every day. Start with an hour of walking every day and then move on to other forms of exercise that you enjoy- dancing, swimming, boxing, spinning"026you have so many options!View Thread
At your age, being overweight could lead to knee and join problems, hypertension and even diabetes. It's important to lead a healthy lifestyle. You might not be able to stick to it because maybe the diet you follow is too restricting. In either case, an ideal weight loss diet is one which is balanced and healthy and sustainable in the long run. Respect your body. Treat it right by eating the right food and exercising.View Thread
But why are you skipping meals? You could eat a lighter dinner, but skipping a meal will only make you RETAIN the weight. Follow a weight loss meal plan that is low in carbs and rich in proteins. Eat vegetables, fruits, meat, seafood, chicken and eggs and work out at least 4 times a week. The weight will melt right off.View Thread
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