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To stay healthy, greens and high protein, a lot of vegetables, a lot of protein, egg whites, chicken, turkey. And of course all of this in a reduction of calories. If you are eating 2500 calories you gotta shoot for 2000 etc. I will also note people get way too obsessed with body weight and not measurements, one of the best things you can do is buy a measuring tape and measure your belly. If a guy is 220 lb but he has a 33 inch belly he's in pretty damn good shape. But if a guy is 180 lb and has a 36 inch belly he is skinny fat. And also drink a shit ton of water. Reduces sodium bloating and good for the skin.0
The best is not a diet it's a lifestyle change. Thing with diets is you lose while you're on them but as soon as you stop you start gaining it back. Diets aren't sustainable long term so you'd be much better off just changing your lifestyle. Eating healthier in general and working out. Burn more calories than you eat, then when you're at your goal you need to work out what your maintenance is.0
go on a caloric deficit. and the only way you can achieve caloric deficit is if you eat a lot of vegetables and fruits. Nobody gets fat eating too much veggies and fruits. You can only get fat eating rice and meat.0
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Great question. They say "Mind over Matter" so a great weight loss program involves changing your belief system. Nothing helps you starve more than being a slave. And by that I mean, calling me "Master" and asking permission to use my property. Next time you feel the urge for a banana split, sit on your buns instead, put on some headphones and left the magic of this video work on you.https://www.youtube.com/embed/_u5ePQcpR4I11
Cut your portions and drink water a majority of your time, still eat , but don’t over indulge yourself and stay away from sugar as much as you can , if you have to have sugar don’t go crazy with it , if you plan on exercising then you can treat yourself a little more to sugar , Everybody is different so sticking to a routine that fits best for you is the way to go , losing weight slowly is better than losing weight fast , when you lose weight fast it will easily come back on , once you slow down what you were doing to begin with to lose it , so when you stick to a routine that takes longer for results and not killing yourself, it’s easier to keep that weight off Do you plan on exercising?0
The only way to lose weight and make it SUSTAINABLE is to change what you eat. One small example is mayo. Ordinary mayo might be 100 cals per serving. Light mayo is 50 cals. Lighter than light is 10 cals. A big difference, but it is sustainable because you are not going without.
Forget fad diets. You will end up yo-yo dieting.
Exercise helps, but is not the most important part.10
Eat foods that give you all your necessary nutrients. Put more emphasis on weight training than cardio, but still do both. Remember these points:
Calories consumed less than calories burned= Weight loss
Calories consumed same as burned= Weight maintained
Calories consumed more than burned= Weight gained0
It's kinda easy for me since I have a high metabolism, but here's my opinion on a decent approach:
Healthy foods on a normal basis, while keeping an active schedule.
I live a life on my feet. I'm in a warehouse, practically being paid to work out and walk all day. I eat fruits daily and keep snacks on the low side.0
Expell everthing that contains sugar, expell fast food, eat a lot fruit and vegetables, make at least 10 000 steps per day, cyling, walking a dog 2 hours a day. I literally lose 10 kgs of weigh every year from Christmas until beginning of Summer doing all of these.0
@Date_a_Snob There isn't one. David Goggins lost 106 lbs in 3 months. The problem most people have isn't on the outside.0
Gradually cut down on the excess stuff and build muscle.10
The best diet is not to worry about your weight, don’t weigh yourself every day in worry… don’t starve yourself and regret it. Go on walks, go on hikes, eat what you want…0
periodic fasting and cutting out things like soda and fast food, matched with vigorous exercise. I need to do that but I don't feel like taking the pain right now.0
Exercise and just smaller portions increase your water intake and cut out excess sugar10
A good diet. Not diet as in starving yourself but a sustainable way of eating and leaving yourself a little hungry.0
Adopting an active lifestyle and eating clean most of the time 🤌🏼 This method is sustainable which is important during weight loss0
Low carb or even keto diet with calory deficit but never below 1400 kcal a day combined with daily 45 minute workout.2
keto diet with intermittent fasting , or raw food diet (only vegetables and fruits whatever quantity u want )0
Maximum liquid, vegetables and fruits,
Yoga and meditation
Avoid junk food, cold drinks, sugar made products and use less salt 🧂20
Yet to find. Can tell few things. Small well balanced meals and snacks every 3 hours or less in fact.
Break 6, break 9, meal 12, snack 3, snack 5, meal 60
A generally healthy lifestyle that includes workouts and portion control.0
Doing intimidating fasting it helps you loss weight faster.27
Lemonade... With garlic... Drink after workout.. and no sugar intake0
I’d say a great sustainable way to diet is to stick to eating whole foods, and exercise for athleticism. (Being able to run faster and faster, being able to lift more and more weight, being able to do this or that better, etc.)
I usually go between whole foods, ketogenic, and intermittent fasting, one or two or three of those combined. That’s what has worked best for me.
As someone said before though, sustainability is key.
The best diet is a healthy diet that you can stick to, long term, and something you can embrace as a lifestyle.