irumsohale
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How to lose weight?

irumsohale, on February 21, 2020 at 4:36 PM Posted in Fitness and Health 0 35
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I have just 12 months left of my wedding but I need to lose 26 lbs. May I consider any pills ?

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Latest activity by Taran, on May 7, 2020 at 12:46 PM
  • Melle
    Legend June 2019
    Melle ·
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    Noooo don’t do the pills! You’ve got a lot of time left to lose the weight! Find a good exercise regimen and change your diet to eat healthier
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  • Caytlyn
    Legend November 2019
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    The only healthy way to lose weight and keep it off is to burn more calories than you consume. A year is plenty of time to lose 26 pounds. Consider a calorie/step tracker like MyFitnessPal.

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  • Chantal
    Expert May 2021
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    Try limiting your sugars/carbs/processed foods! You'll be amazed at how quickly you can feel great when you eat whole foods like meat, vegetables, and fruits without added sugars/processing.

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  • Kathryn
    VIP August 2020
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    I third(fourth?!) limiting sugar and carbs and no soda! It's amazing how much weight you lose just from stopping the processed foods. Make it a lifestyle change, not a huge diet. You just need to make sure you can keep it up when not revert back, so make small changes at a time.
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  • Kristen
    Master November 2020
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    I wouldn't do pills and honestly I wouldn't do any crazy diet that you know you could it last 12 months on. I'm getting married in November so what I
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  • Kristen
    Master November 2020
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    Sorry I hit reply before my message finished hahaha. Anyway I'm doing a no sugar diet and I limit might eat meals to once every two weeks. I also have been increasing my workout routine. I would maybe suggest you calorie counting as that way you don't fully have to deprive yourself rather cut back on what you're eating. You may want to slowly start cutting back on your favorite foods and then transition into more stricter healthy eating style.
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  • Sexypoodle
    Master October 2021
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    I’m a fan of Weight Watchers. It’s not a fad, it’s real life eating, it’s something you can maintain even beyond the wedding and most of all.... it works! In 2002 I lost 30 pounds (that I gained after college)
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  • Shelly
    Devoted January 2021
    Shelly ·
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    12 months is plenty of time to lose 26 pounds. I know pills sound like an easy fix, but honestly the weight loss pills never work. I would just work out and count macros. Try to stick to a high protein, low carb, moderate healthy fat diet and you should lose weight. I do take a daily pill in the morning that is a pre-workout before I go to the gym. May surpass appetite slightly but it’s mostly an energy boost. Don’t think it would help without the gym and diet.
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  • Abigail
    Beginner December 2019
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    I was able to lose 20 pounds by cutting out sugary snacks/drinks, using an app to track calories (I like MyFitnessPal because it’s easy to scan foods if they have a barcode), eating more plant-based foods, and working out 3 times per week. From what I’ve read, it is generally safest to lose 1-2 pounds per week. You will have more than enough time if your wedding is still 12 months out!
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  • Dierdra
    Super August 2021
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    I work nights and started a meal replacement shake ( before I sleep) with fruit , salad or eggs each morning. I've been more food conscious for my other meal of the day and I so some light exercise outside of my job. I've been dropping a few pounds a week and my cravings for soda went away. I'm not saying it will work that way for everyone but for me it's been helping.

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  • irumsohale
    Dedicated August 2021
    irumsohale ·
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    Thank you so much for getting back to me.


    Are there any side effects or its like bad for health ?
    Or may be it will not work, just a hoax?
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  • irumsohale
    Dedicated August 2021
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    Thank you so much for your advice.


    Myfitnesspal, is it app or a website ?
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  • irumsohale
    Dedicated August 2021
    irumsohale ·
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    Hello
    Thanks for getting back to me.

    I ve already left the carbohydrates. I just can't rid of our desi bread and rice (biryani). In fact I am a foodie that is why I am more worried. It's really difficult to leave bad childhood habits.
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  • irumsohale
    Dedicated August 2021
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    Hi
    Thanks for getting back to me.

    I ve left sugar but I ll definitely leave the packaged juices.
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  • irumsohale
    Dedicated August 2021
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    Hi
    Thanks you so much for replying.

    Cutting back favourite food is really difficult. I think I need bit motivation to leave the favourite food. This is the worst thing I am doing with myself.
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  • irumsohale
    Dedicated August 2021
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    Thank you so much for you reply.


    Yes thats the point I am missing in ma life. Missing fad is really.... Point to be noted that it's not for only the wedding. It's the lifestyle which must be maintained at all cost. But motivation should be at highest ...
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  • irumsohale
    Dedicated August 2021
    irumsohale ·
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    Thank you so much for motivation that 12 months are enough.


    I am trying to opt low carbohydrate and high protein diet.
    I am just going to start workout.
    Would you please tell me that which pill you take before gym?
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  • irumsohale
    Dedicated August 2021
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    Hi
    Thank you so much for getting back. It's the second recommendation of my fitnesspal. I would really have to try it first ...
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  • irumsohale
    Dedicated August 2021
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    Hi
    Thanks for the advise.

    Yes you are absolutely right that leaving soda doesn't help everyone. As I was never fond of soda in my whole life. So there is no difference if I leave the soda...
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  • Kristen
    Master November 2020
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    It's hard for real. I don't keep it in the house and limit cheat meals for now.
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