What's the best and fastest way to lose 90 lbs. I can't be up and as active as I want to be due to my job . My time is limited . I started eating about 6 smaller meals a day and have cut out all soda pop and sugar plus all fried foods . I'm eating more fresh fruit and veggies . I'm 40 years old . Will a testosterone replacement work ? As well,as anything else . I am also drinking about 60 ounces of water a day
It sounds like you are eating healthier but avoiding high sugar/deep fried foods, eating fruit/vegetables, drinking water, and eating 6 small meals. You will start to see weight decreasing. Physical activity does sound limited with your job. Try walking around more at stops. 20 minutes of walking a day helps with weight loss. The slower you lose weight, the slower it will stay off. Hoped this helped you.
Great changes you've already made - congrats to you for ridding yourself of sugar, soda and fried foods! Awesome job eating 6 times/day too! Try adding even more water, be sure to include a protein with every meal and only eat whole foods (not packaged or manufactured). If you do have to purchase something in a package, rather than look at the amount of calories or fats - look at the ingredients list, if it contains the words corn, sugar, cane, syrup, maltodextrin, sucralose, artificial, soy, flavorings or any other word that RHYMES with "gross" - avoid it! Start there. You'll feel so much better, inflammation will decrease and your body wieght will drop. Fat storage is a sign of inflammation - food and stress create inflammation, if we can change our foods and stress levels...inflammation and it's symptoms (fat storage) will be gone from the body. You can do it! :)
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