Yes, replacing junk with water will help you lose weight. Join a gym, work out. Or join a walking/running club. Running sheds lbs faster than anything I can think of. The only other thing is surgery, and it's expensive.
My answer is exercise and diet. Do some and change yours
I just finshed reading your comments. Soda, any kind, is not good for you.
Diet soda is particularly unhealthy. Most diet sodas have the ingredient
aspartame. Diet sodas also contain a lot of sodium and make you very
thirsty and they made me extra hungry. I stopped drinking sodas altogether.Some juice occasionally is okay. Drinking large amounts of
orange juice has a lot of sugar. Personally, I like to drink some juice at
times. My newest favorite is guava fruit juice. I drink a lot of water though
and it definitely helps with weight loss and helps prevent dehydration.
Try and eat a balanced diet, food from all the food groups. Watch your
portion control. Exercise is also important. Walking is actually one of the
best forms of exercise.. Try not to lose too much weight too quickly. About two pounds per week is a good amount. Good luck to you. Eve :)
I have lost 40 lbs. in 3 months and I know this will work. Eat small healthy meals every 2-3 hours, eat your last meal 2-3 hours before you go to sleep. Do not starve yourself or you body will go into starvation mode where anything you eat will be turned into FAT. This will help you a lot but if you want more results you can exercise 3-4 days a week, include weight training and especially cardio (walking especially running). If you set your mind to lose the weight you will lose it and when you start seeing how good you look you'll want to keep going.
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