How to lose 30kg of weight?

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I want my boyfriend to not leave me, so I want to look better, how to go from 68kg to 38kg
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by the way im 4'11
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68kg is healthy for your height, 38 is dangerously low.
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I wouldn't drop down to 38kg, if I were you. 50kg seems more appropriate for your height. You would need to be in a calorie deficit to lose weight but make sure you do it in a healthy way.
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Firstly, just a gentle reminder that your weight, your appearance, and how you feel should all centre around your own happiness and not anyone else’s ideals. If you want to change yourself, it is vital you are doing it for you and not for anyone else! If your partner loves you, it doesn’t matter what size you are.

Secondly, depending on your age (from your height you sound quite young) but 38kg is a very low weight, if you’re going to lose weight please please do it safely and responsibly.

Hope this helps, look after yourself!
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(Original post by GHeard26)
68kg is healthy for your height, 38 is dangerously low.
68kg at 4ft11 for a female is >30 bmi which is classed as obese. So it is not a healthy weight.
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68kg at 4ft11 for a female is >30 bmi which is classed as obese. So it is not a healthy weight.
yes I agree, luckily Im quite curvy and most the weight is on my boobs and ass but I want to be thinner as Im having back problems and my boyfriend likes thin women
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it depends on whether it is muscle mass or fat, some athletes or physically fit people will be classified as having BMI's which would be physically obese, so to rely on that is incorrect. 68kg is fine, however if you want to lose weight for your own happiness, wellbeing and it's what you want to do for yourself (it shouldn't be for your boyfriend) then you should do you! however do it in a healthy and slow way, up your amount of exercise or focus on cardio, you don't necessarily have to eat in a calorie deficit but you can if you want to (if you are exercising more as you are burning more calories, so you will still lose weight). But be careful, try not to snack as much or if you do switch it up with healthy snacks, and do it in a healthy way.

And ultimately if you are happy with your weight, you shouldn't change yourself for someone else!!!
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BMI isn’t everything it doesn’t account for other factors to weight e.g muscle mass and water weight. What matters most is how you feel physically and mentally in that weight. Sure if you want to lose some all you need to do is have a calorie deficit of 300-500 a day (since you’re smaller go for 200-300 MAX so you aren’t starving) and stop at a weight you look at feel best at now how low the scale is.
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Eat more.
Eat more low calorie density foods.
Low calorie density foods are generally the unprocessed or less processed plant based ones.

Some people are very faddy when it comes to eating fruit, veg, seeds. Even though these foods are delicious in taste, texture and variety when done right for anyone with an open mind. When done wrong they can be boring to eat.

There's some interesting videos here:
https://nutritionfacts.org/topics/weight-loss/

Exercise a bit more. You don't have to go to the gym. Use the stairs instead of the lift. Run or jog to the bus stop instead of walking. Small changes like that.

Be patient. Weight loss of about 0.5 kgs per week is the right sort of rate.
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