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Rice has a lot of starch in it and isn't the best for losing weight. I know it's a staple in your country, so if you're going to eat it, try eating smaller portions than your normally would.
Also try adding vegetables to your meal, along with a high protein food... I'm not familiar with the foods available to you, so you have to decide "what" to eat. Just make sure you eat more vegetables and protein, like fish, than starchy foods, like rice.
How old are you and how much do you want to weigh?
I'm Emma Holden.I'm new and I'm excited to be here. Hoping to learn more about living a simple but productive life.
Also hoping that I can share some tips that have helped me with others!