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yes, with eating. But just taking 15-20 mins out of the day to do cardio wont change it
I don't think anything needs lifestyle change. If you can do something in a consistent manner, you can definitely reach the target.
You can do simple things to loose weight,
1. Eat slowly
(Many chubby people are fast eaters. Since they are eating fast they tend to eat more than their stomach needs. If you are a slow eater you will feel that you have eaten sufficiently. But for fast eaters when this signal comes from their body they already have eaten too much)
2. Give up your lazy activities and be active.
(You can do little things to make your body active. Walk to your office instead of driving the vehicle into the office. etc.)
3. Eat fruits and vegetables more.
These are some of the guidelines to reduce your body weight.
necessarily! changes the way you eat and the habits .... forever!
Loose is not the same as lose. Lose is when something gets lost. Loose is when something gets looser, like rattling around.
Absolutely...your current lifestyle got you to the body weight you're at, and so it must be changed in order to be living in a way that allows the body weight you want. In many cases these are the same kind of lifestyle changes Jasejames just mentioned...doing things in a consistent manner that you didn't do before IS a lifestyle change...by just adding in physical activity a little bit at a time, working on portion control and finding ways to get healthier food into your diet, you can start to see positive results.
Yes you have to have a life change because if you keep going the way you are you will stay the same or get worse. Plus if you are asking you probably are eating unhealthy so of course you want to change that not really diet but life change check out Paleo not everybody likes it but it might work for you. Or even check out primal blue print you will learn alot from that book on what you eat can change diabetes, high chlorestrol, even help you sleep better at night. If you have any questions just blog me at tfpetersen.
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