I really need some practical help? Diet health and fitness. please?
I could really use some practical and effective tips on how to get healthyy fit and lose weight.
I am five eight 20 years old and weigh 134 lbs or 9st 8. waist 28″, hips 36″ bust 32″… bmi around 20.2
I would like to lose between 7 and 10 pounds healthily. I started college 2 years ago and since then have stoped exersizing and started eating junk food. Recently I have been binging slightly nothing huge, but I want it to stop. I used to exersize regulary and intensly since I have gained about 10 pounds. I have acess to the gym and will be stating college later this term and would like to start going to the gym in the mornings. What exersizes should i do? how many etc? what should be eating esp. food i can buy on campus
any help would be so appriciated.. thank you
Any Meats, Poultry, Seafood and Eggs√
You can eat these liberally (but don’t gorge yourself). The only exceptions are that you should keep organ meats and lunch meats to a minimum,but eating none would be great.
Three to four ounces of cheeses, including hard cheeses such as cheddar, goat cheeses, cream cheese, gouda, mozzarella, Swiss, and the various blue cheeses. After Induction, you can also add limited amounts of farmer’s cheese and cottage cheese.
Up to three cups of these vegetables a day. Use vinegar and oil on these, not sugary dressings. This is a long list of foods you CAN eat:
Sprouts, mushrooms, arugula, endive, parsley, bok choy, escarole, peppers, celery, fennel, chicory, radicchio, radishes, lettuces such as iceberg, romaine, Boston, Bibb and green leaf, cucumbers, sorrel and chives.
Here’s where you might get confused! There are lots of allowable veggies on this diet food list that you can eat, but just as many that you can’t eat because they have hidden starches. Stick with this list,and you’ll do fine(if it’s not on the list dont eat it):
Artichokes Eggplant Tomato Collard Greens
Celery Spinach Leeks Scallions
Pumpkin Broccoli Cabbage Turnips
Rhubarb String Beans Wax Beans Brussel Sprouts
Bamboo Shoots Kale Sauerkraut Chard
Cauliflower Kohlrabi Beet Greens Zucchini
Summer Squash Water Chestnuts Spaghetti Squash
Seasonings to taste are fine, but be sure to check the labels. You don’t want any that list sugar as an ingredient.
Oils, especially olive oil, which is good for your heart as well as your diet. Also acceptable are canola, soybean and sunflower and sesame oils. Butter is also fine, but not margarine, which has too many trans fats.
Artificial sweeteners that are on the approved on this diet food list include Splenda and saccharine. Others, such as Equal (a brand name for aspartame), aren’t a good idea because it slows weight loss in some people.
follow this…just trust me i swear. this will help you so much. me and some family did it and its soooo great!!!!!!!!!!