1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
previous topic · next topic

Joined: May 13
Posts: 2

Posted: 03 Jun 2013, 17:37
Limit sugar, 8 glasses of water..eat healthy carbs and eliminate artificial sweeteners ...and gratitude

Joined: Jul 13
Posts: 46

Posted: 12 Jul 2013, 16:38
Cut out calorie drinks.
Eat broiled fish
Have salads that are all low cal high fiber veggies and spinach with vinegar/spices dressing only.

"If you don't want to be fat, don't EAT fat."
Hang in there!

Joined: Apr 11
Posts: 99

Posted: 12 Jul 2013, 17:32
I read this article an live by it everyday......it helped me lose 96lbs.

"A nice easy walk will improve your health
"Sitting for long periods of time — when you don't stand up, don't move at all — tends to cause changes physiologically within your muscles," says Phys Ed columnist Gretchen Reynolds
"You stop breaking up fat in your bloodstream, you start getting accumulations of fat ... in your liver, your heart and your brain. You get sleepy. You gain weight. You basically are much less healthy than if you're moving
If you can stand up every 20 minutes — even if you do nothing else — you change how your body responds physiologically."
You will lose weight, you lessen your chance of heart disease, and you will improve your brain. But if you can do nothing else, stand up!"
Even wiggling your toes or fidgeting— has a cumulative effect on body weight
If you really want to treat your body right you should try to drink small gulps frequently, particularly while exercising.

I disagree with the previous poster....a healthy diet includes some fat....

Fat is far more satiating than carbs, so if you have cut down on carbs and feel ravenous, this is a sign that you haven't replaced them with sufficient amounts of healthy fat..a couple of avocado slices, a tbsp. of Olive Oil for cooking, fatty fish like herring, tuna, salmon, . Sardines and anchovies,black olives. Avoid trans fats and saturated fats and chose monounsaturated fats or polyunsaturated fats. Walnuts, pine nuts, almonds, flaxseeds and pumpkin seeds are abundant in omega-3 fats just to name a few.

Some fat is necessary for the body to absorb nutrients. Certain vitamins, including A, D, E, K and carotenoids need fatty acids to be absorbed into the body, according to the National Institutes of Health.

Joined: Sep 11
Posts: 3

Posted: 21 Jul 2013, 16:40
Drink your water!

Joined: Oct 12
Posts: 49

Posted: 22 Jul 2013, 16:47
Never give up......its a marathon not a sprint and the weight didn't go on overnight, it will not come off overnight Smile
Your body, your choice, heed advice, not instructions.

Joined: Jul 10
Posts: 3

Posted: 03 Aug 2013, 13:57
Set your target weight to a BMI of 19, and plan to spreadsheet your calories for the rest of your life trying to get there. Don't fret about not ever getting there, you will get closer than you might imagine you could. The diet calendar here gives a nice spreadsheet view, whether you target an rdi, or target controlling food - exercise. The spreadsheet lets you review the recent week or two, and plan the next day or so. Don't try to lie to the spreadsheet either. The spreadsheet will alert you when you are heading for trouble before your weight will. I skip the spreadsheet when travel makes it impractical, but get back on it as soon as possible to undo the travel excess. Spreadsheet your budget too! And your retirement / college / house savings plan! Oh, I almost forgot. I use the spreadsheet to try to keep protein 20% of my calorie intake also.

Joined: Jul 13
Posts: 8

Posted: 03 Aug 2013, 18:34
Talk to your self in the mirror and say nice thing to yourself and then you dont feel as bad and want to eat junk.

Joined: Jul 13
Posts: 4

Posted: 03 Aug 2013, 19:08
Theres is some good thoughts here, thanks for sharing them.

Joined: Jul 13
Posts: 5

Posted: 03 Aug 2013, 19:21
Dont eat chips and stuff while watching the footy or you get to distracted and eat the whole packet.

Joined: Jan 12
Posts: 7

Posted: 04 Aug 2013, 12:50
Eat breakfast like a king.
Eat lunch like a prince.
Eat dinner like pauper.

Adelle Davis (1904 - 1974).

Joined: Jul 13
Posts: 40

Posted: 06 Aug 2013, 00:08
Take everything in moderation, deny yourself nothing, and try to experience something new everyday.
Take everything in moderation, deny yourself nothing, and try as many new experiences as possible.

Joined: Sep 10
Posts: 7

Posted: 06 Aug 2013, 09:02
Drink lots of water! You can overdrink water, but it's not likely!

It helps fill you, flush out your system, and keep you healthy and hydrated.

Joined: Jan 13
Posts: 16

Posted: 08 Aug 2013, 09:02

Joined: Dec 10
Posts: 43

Posted: 08 Aug 2013, 09:27
Don't let yourself be bullied into eating unhealthily by your friends and family. Stand up for yourself.


Joined: Oct 10
Posts: 151

Posted: 22 Aug 2013, 04:19
Get your carbs from fresh veg and fruits. Cut out bad carbs by not eating bread, pasta, rice, anything with sugar in.

Joined: Apr 10
Posts: 21

Posted: 22 Aug 2013, 20:22
mick8992 wrote:
Dont eat chips and stuff while watching the footy or you get to distracted and eat the whole packet.

Its not while watching that gets me, its the frustration of a bad first half and the 15 minute rush to the kitchen and then the depression at the end of the game when we snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.....GOYG!O2BAG!
Let's do this!

Joined: Jul 12
Posts: 36

Posted: 10 Sep 2013, 13:10
You are blessed with one body and one life. Treat it well.
Taking Baby Steps

Joined: Apr 11
Posts: 67

Posted: 12 Sep 2013, 11:30
It's not a diet it is a lifestyle change.

Forum Search
Advanced forum search

Latest Posts

Apple Cider Vinegar (organic ) and Omega 3 ESSENTIAL ADDITIONS
oil And vinegar salad dressing that I make myself. Tastes much better.
by Kenna Morton on 16 Apr 18 08:19 PM
Omega 3
When combined with a calorie-counted diet and increased exercise, the effects of fish oil on weight loss could prove substantial. It is believed that omega 3 oil improves the flow of blood to the muscles ...
by Emjai Milev on 15 Mar 18 07:43 AM
suggestions for rewards for small mini goals
I need to find some rewards for small goals, like 10 pounds lost, exercise done. Who has had luck doing this? and what are your suggestions? :roll: :idea:
by foreverhealthy2 on 13 Feb 18 02:57 PM
Not loosing fast enough!
I have been on my diet for 14 weeks and slowly but surely have lost 15lbs, I get impatient too at times but no matter what I have tried the slow steady approach seems eventually to be working, I still ...
by Gilly Fizzy on 11 Feb 18 09:26 AM
Food preparation for the coming week: how do you inspire yourself to get it done?
We're newbies to the Keto LCHF diet. One tip we took note of was "prepare ahead of time." First, we planned out our meals for the first five days (assuming there would be leftovers to ...
by Subtle Artistry on 10 Jan 18 05:48 PM