Hello from me. From several years, I have a problem with obesity. I try to find a solution but to no avail. Now I thing to use a weight loss product. What do you think about it?
Drink more filtered water, eat more fresh fruits and vegetables (more whole fruits and vegetables than juice), cut down on grains like bread, and eat enough fiber so you can have a bowel movement regularly.
It's possible that taking at least one tablespoon of virgin coconut oil daily could help speed up your metabolism too.
One other tip: I replaced my morning bowl full of granola with a baked omelette that lasts 4-6 days along with a small piece of fruit like a kiwi and so far that is helping, too.
May God bless you and His Blessed Mother Mary keep you! :-)
Healthy diet and exercise is key!! Don't waste your money on 'diet' pills because they only work for a temporary time and it isn't actually getting you to be healthy. Find some exercise programs that you enjoy. If you aren't used to exercise, join a gym that offers group classes and take brisk walks regularly (outside if it's nice is always the best!) to get your body used to moving around regularly. A healthy diet consisting of lots of veggies and no sweets or junk food will also help tremendously. Also remember to drinks lots of water and try to not drink any sugary drinks such as soda and even juices! Natural things only :)
NEVER ever use diet pills. It probably has some side effect that will come out years from now. Losing weight comes from a healthy diet + exercise. But more of a healthy diet. 70% diet, 30% exercise. Try not to eat fried and processed food. Reduce intake of starchy carbs. Have a healthy dose of omega-3 from time to time (salmon has a good amount of em).
Have you considered Paleo diet? It has worked for a lot of people.. Just google for it - no fancy 'products' to buy... just cutting down grains and increasing proteins and fats will get you where you want to go. It is not really a diet but change in lifestyle and the way you eat. You are not cutting carbs - but cutting grains and sugar. You'll still get a lot of carbs from fruits and some root veggies like sweet potatoes, parsnips, etc..
In the past when I've tried the paleo diet, I've lost 9 lbs per month easily... without starving and stayed there by following the same lifestyle I am too skeptic of products that promise weight loss but have a lot of side effects.
My mom had tried a lot of diet pills, weight loss pills, etc.. Nothing really worked.. All they caused were side effects and screwed her metabolism. The only things that work for weight loss are healthy diet in right portions without starving AND exercise. Nothing can replace these 2.
"This is the sickest species the world has ever known."
Dr.John Bergman, speaking about the human species.
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Any exercise is a good exercise! Start with whatever you enjoy and motivates you the most - yoga, walking, biking. If a class in the local fitness works the best for you - do it there.
Try to eat less but more often and make smart choices. If you crave something, before you grab it from the pantry, drink a full glass of water. Maybe you will not want it after that.
I personally take green coffee bean extract and garcinia cambogia. This 2 supplements work for me. They work slower than the other weight loss medicine but I prefer them because they are natural. I buy mine from amazon or organicsfs.com . Here is a link to amazon
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As far as exercise is concerned, for me, finding an exercise routine that fit my schedule that kept me engaged was the most important thing. I always had trouble making it to the gym so I decided working out at home was the way to go for me. They're intense, but I swear by Beachbody workouts. If you keep up with the program you will see results! You can try their stuff online with a 30 day free trial to see if it's something you can get into to
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