Weight Loss

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    classyphyllisposted 21 months ago

    Weight Loss

    I was told to to add to a 16 fl.oz water, 2 teasppon Bragg, half of lemon, pinch of ground cinnamon, pinch of cayenne, honey and shake it up and drink twice a day an hour before meal but what I didn't get is do I change the way I eat to help with the weight loss and walk? how long before I see results or is it something that just fall off?

  2. AF Mind profile image68
    AF Mindposted 21 months ago

    I am unsure, but here is another fast but safe way to lose weight.


    When you wake up do cardio for at least 30 minutes BEFORE you eat. This uses up more fat, and may even produce an after effect which will have you lose weight even when you're not working out. Take at least one day off of the week when doing this, though. You don't want to overdo it. And avoid unclean foods like pork and shrimp.

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      classyphyllisposted 21 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you, will do!!!!

  3. Alphadogg16 profile image89
    Alphadogg16posted 21 months ago

    It will not matter how many times a day you drink that, if you do not correct the way you are eating, it's not going to be very helpful. Eating habits/nutrition are 70% of weight loss. You can work out 3 times a day everyday, but if your not eating right, you will be that little mouse in the wheel. You can not out exercise bad eating habits/unheathy eating habits. I'm not sure how much weight you want to lose, but I would recommend cardiovascular activities and a weight/strength training regimen a couple times a week to change your body composition (changing your muscle to fat ratio). This will make it a little more difficult for the weight to return if you fall off the wagon & start eating unhealthy again.

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      classyphyllisposted 21 months agoin reply to this

      Thank you for the infro. i want tp lose 2o pound, i thought all along you had to execise, just don't want the skin hanging just by losing doing nothing,  some say you can continue to eat the same as usually, that's not true,

  4. peachpurple profile image83
    peachpurpleposted 21 months ago

    honestly, weight loss takes time. It took me 4 months to lose 20kg by eating porridge and became vegetarian.

    I never ate meats and rice because I wanted to lose weight.

    You can eat meats once a week but small amount

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      classyphyllisposted 21 months agoin reply to this

      Ok, Thanks

 
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