Change your attitude. Eat less. Be more active. Straight-forward.
walk for 20 minutes every day.
(Original post by tanvibhan)
need help.......don't tell dieting and join gym.....
Self-discipline will help a lot. List all of the food that you eat every day in a diary and count the total calories. Then try to lower the total calories that you intake every day after a month or so.
If all else fails, you can undergo Abdominoplasty.
Last edited by Legendrian; 4 months ago
Making a lifestyle change, taking your health seriously and being in it for the long haul. Take it slow, aim to lose 1-2 pounds / 0.5-1kg a week, don't try to lose all the weight in like 2 months. It'll take time. You don't necessarily have to work out hard but be active. Meaning you don't have to kill yourself in the gym to see results but take part in a sports club at school/ uni, walk more often or even cycle to and fro school. For the majority of people, weight/ fat gain happened over a period of years so don't expect to lose a tonne of weight and encounter some sort of epiphany overnight. Changing hard and fastened habits are difficult but can be done. You can do it!
You could consider looking into HIIT workouts that are 10-25 minutes long and consider calorie counting (using the Myfitnesspal app) plus intermittent fasting.
I would highly suggest you look on YouTube and other platforms on the importance of having a healthy gut flora and a regular intake of probiotics. There have been studies that have suggested your gut bacteria can determine whether a person gains weight or not. It's been said that your gut is your second brain and given that the humans are 90% microbial but only 10% human,
getting your gut bacteria in check first is a step in the right direction for overall health and wellness.
Last edited by Faith.A; 4 months ago
Walk more than you eat, swear to god i have lost at least a stone since i've been in Durham.
Sorry but dieting and gym is the only healthy and effective weight, otherwise, nothing will work.
The key is to burn more calories than you take in. For example, by cutting around 500 calories from your day. This could be easily done by avoiding any sugary drinks, and simply drinking water. Choosing more healthy snacks like fruits rather then crisps, sweets or high calorie food is also effective.
Another tip is to exercise, walking can be included. Eg: if you're going to school and it's close enough, walk instead of getting the bus. Climb the stairs instead of taking the lift. You could also go to the gym, since it's also pretty effective.
Removing 500 calories from your intake a day will equal to 3,500 calories a week, which is up to 1kg every 2 weeks. This is honestly the most efficient way, as far as I'm aware.
For now, drink much more water, be more active, and pick healthier snacks!
Have a good nutrition and an active lifestyle. Simple.
Diet and jog... I know, hurts like hell for months and months but it does get easier eventually. No easy answers, sorry...
Last edited by Vinny C; 4 months ago