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My New Years resolution is to lose weight and be atleast 50KG. I’m 75KG (5’6). Would I be able to do that in 3 months? I’m not planning on going gym coz I’m poor lool and an insecure weirdo but would it be possible by dieting?
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just a sensible diet and moderate exercise will help you to reach your goal. 20 minutes of walking outdoors each day will work wonders.
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just a sensible diet and moderate exercise will help you to reach your goal. 20 minutes of walking outdoors each day will work wonders.
Really? I’ll probably starting walking to and back from uni xx thank you
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“Going gym” is not a phrase that sounds right, I’m so sick of seeing it.

Eating a more balanced diet and doing intermittent fasting will help. Even if I eat a lot of chocolate and biscuits I can keep a steady weight by doing the 18:6 diet. If you reduce your amount of calories consumed and only eat in that window you should see a difference.
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“Going gym” is not a phrase that sounds right, I’m so sick of seeing it.
This x 100

When did gym become a verb? It's a noun. Going to the gym.

Anyway. OP: One kilo a week is about right for most people. 20 kilos in 12 weeks isn't realistic for inexperienced dieters.
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This x 100

When did gym become a verb? It's a noun. Going to the gym.

Anyway. OP: One kilo a week is about right for most people. 20 kilos in 12 weeks isn't realistic for inexperienced dieters.
I keep saying that to myself every time I see it written, basically scream inwardly “Gym isn’t a verb!”
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If you really are determined to lose a lot of weight very quickly then at least supplement for nutrition if you cut down too much.

Still don’t try forcing it off faster than it should go though, as long as you make progress you can keep motivated and spend time letting it happen without causing cravings or causing other effects.
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“Going gym” is not a phrase that sounds right, I’m so sick of seeing it.

Eating a more balanced diet and doing intermittent fasting will help. Even if I eat a lot of chocolate and biscuits I can keep a steady weight by doing the 18:6 diet. If you reduce your amount of calories consumed and only eat in that window you should see a difference.
How many times do I eat in a day lool?
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If you really are determined to lose a lot of weight very quickly then at least supplement for nutrition if you cut down too much.

Still don’t try forcing it off faster than it should go though, as long as you make progress you can keep motivated and spend time letting it happen without causing cravings or causing other effects.
How do I stop cravings?
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This x 100

When did gym become a verb? It's a noun. Going to the gym.

Anyway. OP: One kilo a week is about right for most people. 20 kilos in 12 weeks isn't realistic for inexperienced dieters.
1kg only 😭😭i might give up
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How many times do I eat in a day lool?
You eat what you need to in a 6 hour window so that your body can digest the food and burn up the energy, rather than eating throughout the day.

The myth about breakfast being vital is just that, a myth.
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How do I stop cravings?
I will let you know if I ever work that out.
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1kg only 😭😭i might give up
It's certainly possible to go higher than that, but you run the risk of going into starvation mode where your metabolism will come to a grinding halt and you'll hold onto anything you eat, then you'll have to go to some pretty big lengths to get things going again. Those who are experienced in dieting know when it's about to kick in inside their own bodies and the answer is different for everyone. If it's your first real slim down, then do it slowly with consistent results week after week. A kilo a week is the "healthy target" of weight loss for the greater majority.

You didn't put on the weight overnight. It's not going to come off quickly either.
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You eat what you need to in a 6 hour window so that your body can digest the food and burn up the energy, rather than eating throughout the day.

The myth about breakfast being vital is just that, a myth.
I heard I could start eating at around 12pm and stop at around 8pm so my body could be able to digest it..is that a great plan?
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I heard I could start eating at around 12pm and stop at around 8pm so my body could be able to digest it..is that a great plan?
If that’s the window you want then yes. If you do most of your eating when you’re still active then you’d be using up energy as you get it from the food rather than let it be stored up as fat if you eat more than you need.

Working out the number of calories you need to maintain your weight then decreasing by maybe 600 and eating it within that time window will let you lose weight well. Also adding in even a small amount of exercise will help a bit.
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My New Years resolution is to lose weight and be atleast 50KG. I’m 75KG (5’6). Would I be able to do that in 3 months? I’m not planning on going gym coz I’m poor lool and an insecure weirdo but would it be possible by dieting?
i'm a similar weight and height to you. You don't need to get down to 50kg! you would look great at 60kg ish (give or take a few kgs)
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Losing 25+ kg in 3 MONTHS isn't the most achievable goal...
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It's certainly possible to go higher than that, but you run the risk of going into starvation mode where your metabolism will come to a grinding halt and you'll hold onto anything you eat, then you'll have to go to some pretty big lengths to get things going again. Those who are experienced in dieting know when it's about to kick in inside their own bodies and the answer is different for everyone. If it's your first real slim down, then do it slowly with consistent results week after week. A kilo a week is the "healthy target" of weight loss for the greater majority.

You didn't put on the weight overnight. It's not going to come off quickly either.
Oh okay. Thank you for the information it helped a lot!!x
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i'm a similar weight and height to you. You don't need to get down to 50kg! you would look great at 60kg ish (give or take a few kgs)
I feel like 60kg won't make much of a different (that's if I even lose a kilo lol) university can help me lose weight right?
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(Original post by Aazaa_)
Losing 25+ kg in 3 MONTHS isn't the most achievable goal...
Really? I though it's possible coz I saw a lot of people in youtube lose like 10kg a week lool
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