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Your own successful experience of losing weight?

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I think I urgently need to lose some kilos,especially after this holiday(with rare sports and big meals) for me

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Re: Your own successful experience of losing weight?

I lost 5kg in 6 days doing lemon detox diet... but im a 6'3 guy and only weighed 75kg before the detox

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I lost 5kg in 6 days doing lemon detox diet... but im a 6'3 guy and only weighed 75kg before the detox

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Re: Your own successful experience of losing weight?

I'm about to weigh myself after six months of gym.

I don't feel like I've lost any weight but people tell me I look like I have and my trousers don't fit anymore.
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Re: Your own successful experience of losing weight?

i need to gain weight. any tipp?

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Re: Your own successful experience of losing weight?

I've never really had a problem with weight so far (touch wood) but I've noticed that if I eat lunch I don't snack at all through the day, but if I have a cookie or a yougart or something during the day I won't have lunch. This isn't something I plan but subconsciously something I do. I don't bother counting calories because all those numbers mean nothing to me, I just try and eat healthily, I haven't eaten junk food in years.

I don't have breakfast because for the first hour or so after I wake up I can't eat or it makes me feel sick, and I'm too lazy to wake up an hour and half earlier than I need to for work. If I do feel hungry before 12 I just drink a glass of water to stave it off (and a lot of the time when you feel hungry you're actually thirsty). Also I usually eat dinner before 5.30, and then maybe have a snack like a few grapes or a buscuit before bed!
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Re: Your own successful experience of losing weight?

I found that the only thing that has ever worked for me was what I did last summer.

I found an online calculator where you input your age, sex, activity level and amount of pounds you want to lose and the date you want to lose them by and it gives you a daily calorie count. I stuck to that calorie count religiously for 9 weeks and lost the 20 pounds I wanted to lose, while maintaining my usual light to moderate activity level. Then, you can find out a maintenance calorie count to hold at a specific weight, using the same tool.

It takes vigilance and mental strength to lose weight and keep it off. Good luck!


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I'm about to weigh myself after six months of gym.

I don't feel like I've lost any weight but people tell me I look like I have and my trousers don't fit anymore.
manorexia ? Kidding babe As to the topic, the moment I cut down on my carbohyrate intake and move more, I lose weight.


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Oh I also forgot to add remember as Guru Kate Moss once said Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels!!!
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Re: Your own successful experience of losing weight?

I've lost +18kg since the start of November.

I didn't weight myself at the start, but I'm now 85kg and I weighed ATLEAST 103kg, but it was more, I think it was around 106kg.
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Re: Your own successful experience of losing weight?

Wow, that's almost 50 lbs lost! I bet you were a hot little cub.

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Re: Your own successful experience of losing weight?

It's closer to 30 lbs than 50 lbs. I know that, and we use the metric system here.
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Re: Your own successful experience of losing weight?

The site I went to says 106kg = 233 lbs and 85kg = 187 lbs. Is this incorrect?

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