you should try adding a 3/4 cup of special k ( for a low carb diet) topped off with blue berries or strawberries. ADD an egg white from a large hardboiled egg. Also add a stop an shop non fat yogurt 6-8 oz with breakfest. ALSO dont forget about your dailey glass OF OJ. You can also add a granny smith as well. If you have a bolwe movement right after, i suggest a banana (large or 2 small) and a yogurt, and you can throw in an egg white with that, and or a granny smith.
Lunch, pepper mill turkey on wheat with light mayo, Lettuce, tomato, low sodium almonds, a non fat stop and shop yogurt, and an apple or small salad....
....accompanied by a 1.5-3 mile run hard after work!
I'm a female, 5'6, 25 yrs old & 177 lbs. &
I want to lose 40-45 pounds in 2 months. For exercise I fence (sword fight) and walk up & down 8 flights of stairs. I'm trying to watch what I eat.
since this is not working fast enough I want to know what's the best diet pills available in stores?
Diet pills are a short term solution and once you come off the pills, your weight will bounce back. It would be even worse if the pills come with side effects such as purging, unsteady heart rate, excessive sweating and worse, ruin your metabolism indirectly. Include more endurance training in your exercise regime and make it high intensity and more than 30 minutes. Watch your calories, choose healthy foods, reduce your carbs (don't cut it off), and watch the weight slide off 2-5lbs a week.
Fat is one of the main reason for weight gain.. it is very much necessary to maintain your body shape and structure inorder to maintain your self confidence. Carrying around too much weight feels uncomfortable, and it can also damage your health. According the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), obesity rates have skyrocketed in the United States in recent years. As of 2010, more than one-third of American adults were considered obese, defined as having a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher. Body mass is derived by dividing weight in pounds by height in inches squared, and then multiplying the result by 703 (weight (lb) / [height (in)] 2 x 703). You can calculate your body mass by following these three steps:
1. Multiply your weight in pounds by 703.
2. Calculate your height in inches squared.
3. Divide the resulting number from step 1 by the resulting number in step 3.
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