Please help! How to lose weight as a teenager?

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    I have posted about this before, and as i have said, i have tried everything and yet, i have not lost any weight. I have tried, eating less and healthily, kickboxin, sswimming, gym and even weight loss tea. But nothing has happened... Every time i see pictures of myself it makes me cry how fat i am, and not only am i fat, but I'm also small. (I am 155cm and 56kg). I just feel and look so fat, i tell myself as long as im healthy it's ok... But i just can't !! It makes me so sad and angry! My fat is just so stubborn... I dont get it ! My friends r so unhealthy, like they eat so much junk food yet they r still so skinny ! I've even tried to starve myself !! Doesn't work, nothing works! Please help me !! Thank you ! ))
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    I have posted about this before, and as i have said, i have tried everything and yet, i have not lost any weight. I have tried, eating less and healthily, kickboxin, sswimming, gym and even weight loss tea. But nothing has happened... Every time i see pictures of myself it makes me cry how fat i am, and not only am i fat, but I'm also small. (I am 155cm and 56kg). I just feel and look so fat, i tell myself as long as im healthy it's ok... But i just can't !! It makes me so sad and angry! My fat is just so stubborn... I dont get it ! My friends r so unhealthy, like they eat so much junk food yet they r still so skinny ! I've even tried to starve myself !! Doesn't work, nothing works! Please help me !! Thank you ! ))
    You havent lost weight because you havent been at a consistent calorific deficit. Its as simple as that.

    Eat at a deficit and you will lose over tim

    If you have posted about this before then I have almost certainly told you what to do before. If you dont log and weigh your food on a scale then you will never know with any degree of accuracy whether you are at deficit.

    You are a teenager though, so if under 18 you need to be careful.

    You have a BMI of 23.3 and you are in the normal range of weight

    If you want to change your body then lift weights.
 
 
 
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