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5 stone overweight, gonna starve myself watch

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    Decided I'm going to live off one subway per day and see what happens. Will report back with findings.
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    That's not the right way to lose weight, in fact I doubt you'd lost any. Your body would go into shutdown mode and you'd burn even fewer calories.
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    Don't do that. Losing weight isn't an overnight thing, starving yourself also not a great idea.

    Maybe the problem isn't your food but exercise? Considered the gym?
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    orrrrrrr, start exercising, eating healthy and go out for walks and fresh air and drink much water
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    OP, it's great that you wanna lose weight but at least do it healthily. Eating one sandwich a day is certainly not that. You'll just end up making yourself ill, rather than healthy
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    I am also 5 stone overweight. I just discovered the other day that Campbell's soup is surprisingly few calories a can. While not really a meal in itself, the soup is super filling so you won't be tempted to snack.
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    Stop eating Subway??
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    I am also 5 stone overweight. I just discovered the other day that Campbell's soup is surprisingly few calories a can. While not really a meal in itself, the soup is super filling so you won't be tempted to snack.
    Are you really?
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    (Original post by peanutbuttercup)
    Are you really?
    Am I really overweight? Yes.

    I put on 60lbs since April as my thyroid is playing up.
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    'One Subway a day' is not quite the same as 'an apple a day keeps the doctor away'.

    Who told you that you were 5 stone overweight? How have you calculated this?
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    A subway isn't gonna help much- you could eat 5 small meals for the calories in a single subway. If you stagger them 5 meals over the day your metabolism won't crash as bad and you will be able to go for longer.


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    (Original post by Mistletoe)
    Decided I'm going to live off one subway per day and see what happens. Will report back with findings.
    You will lose weight but you will gain it all back once you stop dieting so what's the point? Either change your diet/lifestyle permanently or don't bother.
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    Excercise??
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    It's not going to woooooorrrkkkk, seriously just do more walking, that's how I lost weight.
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    Everyone's telling you it won't work but if you starve yourself you will loose weight. You will also loose you rational thinking, your hair and any intelligence you have.


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