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    Definitely drinking a lot of water! I know it doesn't actually burn fat or whatever but since I've started drinking 8 glasses a day I feel a hell of a lot healthier..I used to drink loads of diet fizzy drinks and felt quite bloated and sluggish a lot of the time but now I have soo much more energy.. and I swear my skin is clearer!
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    I think for me, eating consciously - actually taking the time to taste and enjoy what I eat mindfully, slowing down mealtimes, and forcing myself to put some food onto a plate properly if I was snacking rather than mindlessly grazing without necessarily appreciating or realising what I was eating. I felt fuller quicker and so ate less, and enjoyed what I ate more. Also good for cutting out the fits of munchies that were the bane of my weight-losing life :p:
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    (Original post by ComputerSaysNo)
    So, everyone who has lost weight - what was the one thing you did that you think made a big difference?

    Drinking a lot of water? Cycling to work?

    I'm just decided to lose a few pounds and I'm curious as to what people think the most important factor is.:p:

    stop eating bread and don't drink anything but water. Try it for a month and you'll notice a difference. (you could still have tea coffee etc, but no sugar)
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    chew your food :p:
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    (Original post by chloemo14)
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    Nothing to do with this thread, but you're the first Fulham fan I've seen on here! Come On You Whites! :woo:
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    eating little and often
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    use more calories than you consume...?
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    Best tip:

    Don't ask me.
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    Shivering, honestly no central heating means you will lose weight very quickly, that or die in the night from hypothermia.
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    Best tip is stop eating, period. The pounds will fall of you.
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    eat more healthily and stop being a lazy ****
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    Eat healthy, do exercise, be patient.
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    Believe it or not, I've actually found the most effective way to be.. don't snack, have a balanced diet, and exercise. Who'd have thunk it.
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    Cut down on bread and eat your five a day. The more fruit and veg I eat the better I do in terms of weight loss.
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    umm, I lost some weight when I stopped eating junk food (w/o exercise). I realised this during summer holidays (because crisps/chocolate were my 'lunch' at school :rolleyes: ) So less junk food, more healthy food... I also drink lots of water, maybe 4 bottles (500ml) a day and I guess it helps
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    It's not really a tip, but determination. I lost 3st last year and I wouldn't have succeeded if I wasn't 110% committed to it. Half-assed intentions are no good if you're serious about losing weight.
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    Green tea and as little carbs as possible
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    Best thing i think i can say is that:

    -Dont starve yourself!!!!!!!!!!!!
    -Eat small portion meals but every 3-5 hours
    -Eat slowly and chew your food for longer
    -Don't snack things like choc or biscuits, instead go for small tin of sweetcorn or fight temptation
    -Do a bit of excercise, even little will help, start by maybe walking
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    Have breakfast then wait for the next day and have breakfast again ... drink a ton of energy drink between these periods and youll end up burning it off just by talking
 
 
 
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