Don't despair. Make sure you're eating small meals 6 times a day, go for 80% stomach capacity. Don't ask yourself if you're full, ask if you're still hungry. If you're not then stop.
Try working out safely, of course- Muscle will burn fat and add some tone-age. Cardio will definitely add to the definition and burn fat, but only if your cardio is at an intense level (as determined by age and other factors- consult doctor) for 20 minutes or more. Generally powerwalking for about 30 mins a day will help a lot. Then there's interval training where if you want to jog, sprint, run, walk, that'd be a good example. Do at least 3 reps starting out, and mix it so that you can build up for more intensity. Again, 30 mins should do the trick.
Eat breakfast, sleep early, and green tea (4-6 cups a day).
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