What diet tips have really worked for you?

Discussion in 'Dieting and Weight' started by jevsteralija, Nov 26, 2011.


 
  1. jevsteralija

    jevsteralija New Member

    I have tried every diet book out there. So far, the only thing that's worked for me is a raw diet but I never can stick to it for long!

     
  2. Weirdartist

    Weirdartist New Member

    hiya, my best tips are don't overly limit your foods, as this will lead to yo-yo dieting which is invariably unhealthy. Go with a sensible diet that allows for treats and a few glasses of wine along the way. Best bet is to try and increase exercise too, it is amazing how many times a day even a static office worker can do small movements at a desk, clenching buttocks, wiggling feet/legs/fingers, its all good for you [​IMG]

    You should aim to loose around 2lbs a week over a long period of time, this way you will be healthier, happier and the weight will stay off. When you have reached your ideal weight (talk to a doctor or nurse if you are unsure of your target weight) you can simply tweak your diet so that you stop loosing weight.

    Good luck [​IMG]

     
  3. John Parker

    John Parker New Member

    Don't go for raw food. Have boiled veggies instead. And salads, fruits and sprouted legumes. Along with this you should drink plenty of water. And do some exercises. This will help you

     
  4. lovelyme200

    lovelyme200 New Member

    HCG works, but you have to go to a doctor

     
  5. Allon Watson

    Allon Watson New Member

    Great thread and helpful..

     
  6. Thelma Elliot

    Thelma Elliot New Member

    I had tried a diet program called Fat loss program, the diet had helped me lose weight my boosting my metabolism. Aside for the diet try incorporating exercise on your daily routine, this is really important if you want to lose weight.

     
  7. Advanced Male

    Advanced Male New Member

    There are all sorts of diet tips – some useful and some crazy.
    Some of tips mentioned here which may help you:

    * Keep a Food Diary

    * Don't Crash Diet

    * Exercise Regularly: Although exercise alone isn't an especially effective way to lose weight, it's a great addition to any diet plan

    * Don't Ban Foods: Some people think that if you're on a diet, you "shouldn't" eat any chocolate, cookies, chips, cheese, or any other "bad" foods you enjoy. The truth is, in moderation, you can eat what you like. Of course your diet is going to be unsuccessful if you're scoffing dozens of cookies each day – but one cookie or one small candy bar isn't going to have much impact.

    * Don't Ban Foods

     
  8. kimmchu

    kimmchu New Member

    I started cutting out soda and sweets. I prefer more veggies and fish other than meat. Then in the morning I do jogging or long walk. When I am too lazy to go out, I do zumba. I locked myself in the room, and follow steps on youtube. It takes time for me to see the result, but at least Im satisfied with whats happening to me now.

     
  9. LCC

    LCC New Member

    While I too am struggling with weight loss, I have found that the fitbit flex that my mom bought me for Christmas has helped some. At the very least I'm more aware of how active/inactive I am.

     
  10. AnnaM

    AnnaM Member

    do more eat less calories? I do this and stay at a reasonable 58Kg at 174 cms, late 40s, 3 kids, I stay really active. I don't just mean sporty stuff. I walk very quickly, do the housework like I've only got 10 minutes left in the world and want to leave a spotless house, I walk round the shops quickly, my children grew up running along side me almost! I put small serves on my plate and don't snack, except on very rare occasions. I do drink alcohol and can't think of any food I've 'banned', but there are foods I don't like. I don't like, for example, fizzy drinks ( I think US citizens refer to them as soda), I've never eaten Mac Donalds, Burger King, KFC etc. Just doesn't appeal to me. Our household eats really well, but we don't have take out food, or frozen meals, we eat A Lot of vegetables and pulses because here in Australia, meat is pretty expensive and we have a bigish extended family at home. I do try to do formal gym type exercise, but frankly it bores the pants off me after about 10 weeks, so I try to keep a variety of things going on. Any way, I don't think I do it any better or worse than any of the other posts, I've never participated in any diet in social media or women's mags- don't trust 'em.

     
  11. AnnaM

    AnnaM Member

    great idea- you tube an exercise- now why didn't I think of that...

     
  12. lilflower

    lilflower New Member

    For me cutting out all processed foods. I TRY to stick with meat, veggies and fruit only. No processed anything.

     
  13. braxtondylon

    braxtondylon New Member

    Try to go pure vegetarian and add more green vegetables in your meal. Never skip your meal especially your breakfast. I think a good diet plan and daily exercise plan is enough to stay healthy.

     
  14. kanchan Singh

    kanchan Singh New Member

    Go Walking
    Lighten the Foods You Already Love specially fast food and choclates
    Consume more water
    Exercise daily. Symptoms

     
  15. braxtondylon

    braxtondylon New Member

    First of all I will suggest you that please don't skip any of your meal. Go for a balanced diet and regular exercise and if you are one from too busy people then I will suggest you to consume required vitamins from various supplements. You can easily find many online stores which can provide such supplements. You can visit this link for help completetransformation [.] com [.] au

     
  16. LidaLi

    LidaLi New Member

    I dont use diet only proper nutrition

     
  17. beachgirly

    beachgirly New Member

    Try drinking a gallon of water a day, buy a gallon and keep a large cup at your desk. Refill as needed. To give the water some taste, add cut lemons to it and it will not taste as bland and boring.

    Your metabolism will kick in and you will loose weight without working out.

    Good Luck!

     
  18. Bealyk

    Bealyk New Member

    In terms of taking garcinia cambogia supplements, there are good reasons to think that (longterm use of) it will increase the risk of diabetes, similar to statin drugs through processes like the impairment of oxidative cell metabolism, the increase in inflammation and cell destruction, the lowering of cholesterol and steroid hormone production, the promotion of pancreatic injury, the blocking of insulin release, etc. - described rather in detail in the scholarly report at Little-known Diabetes Type 2 Information: How Garcinia Cambogia Side Effects Increase The Diabetes Risk

     
  19. Ryan Steven

    Ryan Steven New Member

    It is hard to know about the symptoms of diabetes in the early stage, this is the reason it is also known as silent killer. Irregular metabolism of the hormone insulin increased the risk of elevated blood sugar level. Here are the lists of early signs of diabetes such as frequent urination, increased hunger, sudden weight loss, unexpected thirst, blur vision etc.

     
  20. afrodita

    afrodita New Member

    Less food, more exercise. That works for me every time.

    And I do limit my carbs...because they seem to take longer to burn off for some reason

     

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