In your own experience, what would be the best and most effective way to lose we

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  1. deancortez044 profile image33
    deancortez044posted 8 years ago

    In your own experience, what would be the best and most effective way to lose weight?

    Based on your own experience!

  2. fundamentallife profile image57
    fundamentallifeposted 8 years ago

    My personal choice is low carbohyrates, high protein and a medium fat diet.

    But I wrote a hub on weight loss a few days back, please enjoy..

    You will enjoy reading my 'inserts'... … -and-women

    Please leave your comments at the bottom, I value your feedback.


  3. lex123 profile image76
    lex123posted 8 years ago

    In my experience, proper diet with adequate exercises are effective for losing weight.

  4. vicki simms profile image69
    vicki simmsposted 8 years ago

    You need to avoid fad diets and stick to good old traditional eating healthy, in moderation and excersise. The fad diets may be good for a while but as soon as you stop you put all the weight back on, cancelling out all of your hard work which certainly isnt worth it.

  5. nair.padmaraj profile image55
    nair.padmarajposted 8 years ago

    Yoga with empty stomach and simpler food

  6. nilex profile image60
    nilexposted 8 years ago

    im not sure if i am qualified because i am a fast food junkie and have never been fat, but i would say that jogging at a 70% speed for a long time makes me sweat and burn a lot more than anything else. The most important thing is to actually do it! if you keep looking for advice, you may learn something useful but it would just be time wasted actually exercising

  7. Wesman Todd Shaw profile image96
    Wesman Todd Shawposted 8 years ago

    Get a prescription amphetamine like vyvanse from your doctor, and start a running or jogging routine.  Start off walking if you have to.  Stop drinking alcohol, non-diet sodas, and milk.  Eat salads, lean meats, and fiberous grains, like oatmeal daily-but not too much.  Count your calories, and set goals for increased exercise.

  8. MickS profile image68
    MickSposted 8 years ago

    Exercise more, eat less, that is the only way, unless you have one of those extremely rare medical conditions that causes excess weight to build up.

  9. charkamman profile image61
    charkammanposted 8 years ago

    Eat less but more often so you don't get hungry, drink water before you eat (we often feel hunger when we are actually thirsty). Eat stuff with low calories, but avoid all the sweeteners and other chemical additives. Eat fruit, cucumber, carrots, watermelon, raw cauliflower etc. Just keep your stomach happy. I also use meal replacement powder once a day for lunch - i have a good breakfast and then a good dinner - lots of salad, raw veggies, and enough protein to keep me feeling satisfied. See what makes you feel satisfied, it's not the same for everyone!

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    Deccan Chargersposted 8 years ago
  11. Annie May profile image59
    Annie Mayposted 8 years ago

    I don't do 'denial' and would rather do without than plan my week around low fat, low cal,low sugar, low taste foods. So what works well for me is a bowl of special k and skimmed milk(long life because it;s creamier) for breakfast - fresh fruit, tea, coffee with sweeteners or low cal drinks through the day 'as and when' and then for my evening meal I have whatever I fancy with a diet drink to fill me up before I eat so that I'm half full already and don't pig out. (should add that i don't really like water).
    This way I can look forward to my meal each day, I'm not doing without or "not allowed" anything at all. And I'm no different to anyone else in the family. It's surprising how quickly not eating lunch becomes a habit and the pounds drop off effortlessly.

  12. tabie1 profile image58
    tabie1posted 8 years ago
  13. bodymass profile image61
    bodymassposted 8 years ago

    My answer is really very simple -  Eat healthy, exercise regularly, and stay healthy. Evey single morning the first thing is to drink a glass of plain water. No supper after 9 pm. That's my routine lifestyle. Hope it will help. … ht-quickly

  14. Glemoh101 profile image54
    Glemoh101posted 8 years ago

    Best way to lose body weight
    1- Exercise ( diverse your exercises )
    2- eat foods rich in vitamins specially vitamin C and D
    3 -eat foods rich in fiber
    4- control your eating (eat less)
    if you want more ways follow this hub. … ight-Today
    5- eat fat burning foods … ning-Foods


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