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I can't lose any weight. As I get older and taller my weight goes up. I try eating less but it doesn't work. What supplements are good? even steroids
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(Original post by Tallboy9797987)
I can't lose any weight. As I get older and taller my weight goes up. I try eating less but it doesn't work. What supplements are good? even steroids
If you burn more calories than you eat you will lose weight. Track your calorie intake.
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I can't lose any weight. As I get older and taller my weight goes up. I try eating less but it doesn't work. What supplements are good? even steroids
just buy some bigger clothes or try excerise and dieting together but just eating less isnt helpful try to cut certain things not starve yourself which is bad for you and wont help
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Avoid steroids I ain't done them but I heard that they can be quite dangerous. Try doing it the natural way it is safer and a better sense of achievement reaching your goal.
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Dieting is the most important part of weight loss, but you need to excercise and go to the gym. Excercising without dieting won't work, and vice versa, you need to do both.
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How old are you? It's natural to gain weight as you grow up, if you weighed the same at 20 as you did when you were 10 then that'd be pretty worrying! As you get taller you're also meant to be heavier- there's a general guideline that a person who is 5 ft should weigh roughly 100lbs and you add 5 lbs for every inch, but of course that doesn't apply perfectly to everyone and is even less applicable if you're not an adult. Do not worry about gaining a bit of weight if you're going through a growth spurt. Use a BMI calculator to get a rough idea of if you're in a healthy weight range (the NHS does one that caters for under 18s and one for adults). Puberty is a weird time when people's appearance changes dramatically and isn't necessarily indicative of how you'll be as an adult. If you're not incredibly under or overweight then do not worry- work on developing good, healthy habits and the rest will take care of itself over time!
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