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Any suggestions would make my day xx
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How much do you weigh? What's your age and height? How much are you looking to lose? What's your current training and nutrition plan like (if you are currently on a plan)? We need some details before we can give advice. For a simple question like yours, all we can say is burn more calories than you eat.
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*Lose. Learn to spell first.
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*Lose. Learn to spell first.
Must be fun at parties lmao how bout u get a life first before giving unsolicited advice 😹
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fat is reduced only when there is a calorie deficit. And it doesn't matter where you get your calories from. You can eat only chocolate every day, but if there is a shortage of calories, you will lose weight. BUT. Nutrition is not only about weight, but also about your health. Nutrition should be balanced so that your body works properly and you feel good. Of course, you do not need to limit yourself to food. If you sometimes want to eat something sweet, you can eat a little. Nothing bad will happen.
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I'm afraid there is no easy way. You have to manage your diet and exercise. There are loads of calculators online that will tell you how many calories you should be eating per day based on your age, weight and how much you want to lose. Apps like my fitness pal let you scan in barcodes of food packets to record calories and nutrition. I'd recommend trying that to track your intake.
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fat is reduced only when there is a calorie deficit. And it doesn't matter where you get your calories from. You can eat only chocolate every day, but if there is a shortage of calories, you will lose weight. BUT. Nutrition is not only about weight, but also about your health. Nutrition should be balanced so that your body works properly and you feel good. Of course, you do not need to limit yourself to food. If you sometimes want to eat something sweet, you can eat a little. Nothing bad will happen.
Thank you for this!! I had an ED previously and this was the perfect advice
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Any suggestions would make my day xx
How to lose weight . .

First stop thinking about weight, forget your weight it's the wrong focus

Second re-prioritise your life and be resolved to live a healthy life. Health trumps weight every time

Live a healthy life, eat good foods, reject bad foods, drink good drinks, reject bad drinks, get plenty of sunlight

The weight then drops off naturally as a by-product of that good health. Your body knows what to do and how to do it.
You just have to give it the time and space to do it.
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