I would request you to add more protein rich diet. Such as nutri nuggets, vegetables and apples to your diet. See the magic in 30 days!
If you're 13 I'm assuming your food is prepared by your parents. That might have more to do with you looking like them than genetics, but you really are too young to know what your genetics are. You're still developing in every way if you're truly 13, because you don't write like a 13 year old. But if you are 13, you are going to eat more than what your parents need to eat. Calories also aren't key to weight -- they're a factor, but the more important factor is how well you digest and metabolize the food you eat and how quickly it's metabolizing into sugar and storing as fat. Most 13 year olds don't work out or need to -- they usually play sports and run around all the time, so if you're not doing that and instead are sitting around all day looking at computers and cell phones, that's a problem. If you're getting driven everywhere and not riding your bike or walking for transportation, that's a problem. Your workout is pretty short on cardio, and you don't say what you mean by working on the rest of your body, but at 13, again, you shouldn't have to be confining yourself to a smelly gym, you should be outside playing. Join a soccer league. Play basketball -- you're tall and probably strong, you'd probably be a handful. Ride a bike everywhere you need to go. Be a 13 year old. As for how to eat, it's still pretty much the same as it's always been -- eat complex carbs such as whole grains, eat a lot of veggies and a moderate amount of fruits, and get enough protein. Drink enough liquids, and avoid sugary things and white flour, as they will store as fat if not immediately burned off. Adopt a permanent healthy diet, not something short-term that won't last. And for that, again, if you're actually 13, you'll need to get your parents involved and get them to prepare food that won't make you fat.
Thank you all for the answers.
Protein shakes and vegetables especially red beans are crucial for healthy balance diet
I notice that the advice above is all quite similar, to eat more protein and that would also be my suggestion. I used the Dukan diet to lose weight, this works by having a week of pure protein (so lots of meat, fish, eggs and low/no fat dairy) and then introducing certain non-starchy vegetables as well such as salad vegetables, broccoli, squash, etc.
The great thing about this method is, you can eat as much of the allowed foods as you want so there is no need to be hungry, and in the first week you lose a lot of weight which gives you the motivation to keep going.
The only required exercise with this diet is 20 minutes a day walking, so the exercises you're doing would be an additional bonus.
You can calculate how long to do each part of the diet for free at http://www.dukandiet.co.uk/the-dukan-diet/method/true-weight.
This site http://mydukandiet.com/dieting/attack-phase.html was really helpful when I did the diet as you can find lots of information there for free.
Good luck :)
Running and consume fluids as much so can which I believe the best way to get in shape.
I am confused how did you get too much weight though you are only 13 years. I am bit confused. However, for losing weight easily and comfortably you should work hard, exercise regularly and get up early from the bed and walk for an hour.
Eat food that is rich in proteins
Hi highly recommend increasing water intake. Start off your morning with a tall glass of water as warm as you can drink it. This will help your metabolism Start early. As many above have stated you are limited to what your parents cook and have similar bodies. If it's possible ask mom if you can lend her a hand and bring up your feelings and discomforts you are feeling. Offering to help mom out (or dad) in the kitchen may help you put in other ideas for meal times. Eating more healthy as a family might be the best way that the families health can improve. If you have a Wii, maybe a Wii fit game will be a good game selection. Camp also is a great way to be more active and build your self esteem. You have control of the calories you drink. Try having a large cup of water before every meal this will make you full and you will be able to cut back on portion sizes. Many people mistake thirst for hunger increasing water intake will make you feel full between meals and you will have less cravings for sweets. Since the summer is approaching sign up at the local YMCA or rec center if you can... If finances are a problem maybe you can offer volunteer service for membership. Swimming is particularly good for low impact whole body work out and is fun vs exhausting. If your not active even going for walks again with a friend or family is great. We all are better with a supportive person being us. Simple ideas like switching out cakes and chips for low cal sugar free ice pops of fudge icicles, nuts, frozen yogurt are small ways to help decrease cals. Know to lose just 1llb your body must deficit 3500 calories so cutting out soda and sweets is an easy way to decrease calories. So limiting unnecessary calories and exercising are both essential to lose weight. To your benefit your metabolism is at a all time high bc your a teenager going through physical changes. Choosing to make healthy choices and increasing activity are essential to your health or goals to lose weight. You need to eat breakfast suxh as hard boiled egg slice of toast and banana.... to start your metabolism and don't eat after 6pm. When you do good reward your achievements even if you don't see results yourself. Know that 1 minor pound was a sacrifice of 3500 cal!... you can do it 1 lb at a time. Stay positive stay active and put your energy in things you like to do. Stay positive and believe in your self!
Healthy diet would be the best to reduce your weight first before having exercise.
Have you been examined by a doctor? Maybe you have a hormonal failure?