Why can't I get out of the 160s in weight?

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  • Why can't I get out of the 160s in weight?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 05:26
its all about intensity an training u need to up the intensity an work out harder an reduce your sugars an carbs eat more protiens an vegetables u need high rep weight training an cardio 40 mins weights, 30 mins cardio an take green tea an omega 3
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Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 05:29
Don't messure calories. Just eat healthy. You need some carbs esp healthy carbs like fruits, lentils, whole grains so make sure you eat fruits sweet fruits and go out to exercise in the fresh air and unroofed environment which is critical to losing weight. Drink enough water too.
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Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 20:21
For weight loss, dieting is more effective than exercise. Reducing your intake of junk sugar will help. Foods such as desserts, sweets, cakes, cookies or biscuits must be eliminated or substantially reduced. Cereals must be restricted to those that contain less than 15% total sugars and junk sugar loaded foods such as pizzas must be avoided. Junk sugar bowls must be abolished. Junk sugar health hazards are discussed in The natural sugars in fruit and vegetables are OK as they metabolise to glucose slowly due to their high fiber content so they have a low to medium GI value. Fruit and vegetables are low in calories and are not fattening. Most fruit and vegetables are metabolism boosting foods and that helps for weight loss. Potatoes and sweet potatoes are exceptions and can be fattening. Fattening combinations that you need to avoid include combinations of protein foods (such as eggs, meat, poultry, sea food, cheese and nuts) with starchy carbohydrates (such as bread, cereals, pasta, rice, potatoes, sweet potatoes and corn).
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