Asked by isabellewahanda 3 years ago
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JustAskMicheleInc 3 years ago
This is the short version. It is difficult to give you an answer without a time table, but the first thing to do is to get rid of processed foods. The toxins in the processed foods, not the calories will slow down your metabolic rate. Without making some changes in your nutrition, it will be very difficult to make changes to your body. Do strength training exercises three times a week with energy expenditure bouts (cardio) 4 times a week at 45 minutes per session. Drink 3/4 gallon of water per day. Be consistent! or it will turn out to be yo-yo dieting.
dietmonger-com 3 years ago
if you are going to lose weight, you have to know the ideal body weight for your body frame and set a target that is safe and healthy. i use calorie controlled method that is based on semi formular diet in managing weight loss for my clients. what this mean is that you can eat any kind of food you are comfortable with but you will not exceed your calculated daily calorie intake and you will step up your metabolism by at least one hour of daily exercise .
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rainbowwarrior7 3 years ago
Cut out refined carbohydrates , only eat low GL type ! Up your protein intake and lower your carbs, eat plenty of healthy fats , avacados, nuts seeds etc! Eat only when your hungry and dont eat when your not! eat slowly chew your food properly and finish when you are pleasantly satisfied, try to get past the habit of emptying your plate let your stomach tell you when you have had enough! Intensity is the key when it comes to losing weight, do interval training with sprints or rowing machine. Resistance training is also a must but low weights high reps a waste of time again intensity is the key, forget the fat burn zone it a load of rubbish.
Mix resistance with cardio, example a set of resistance trainig followed by 2mins cardio 30sec hard 30 secs easy the back to resistance and use compound exercises eg multi joint exercises like squats, bench press, shoulder press, latpulldowns etc! Watch the amount your drinking after all alcohol is virtually pure carbs! goo d luck
Envisage 3 years ago
Hi Isabelle. I treat people for stubborn fat areas with ultrasound cavitation. Sometimes through diet and exercise we cant rid ourselves of certain fatty areas eg stomach, thighs, back fat, love handles and saddle bags. These are the areas I specialise in. I am doing this treatment for a very special rate at the moment if its the type of thing you may be interested in as perfect for getting into bikini. Good luck with your weight loss.
Kinesiology 3 years ago
You can combine Kinesiology and Nutrition to get "your body's answer" as to what whould work best. With muscle testing we can test what resonates with your body and what does not. Cutting out carbs, or eating salad, and other alternatives work for some but not for everyone as your body and its systems are unique. And more often than not, those last few pounds are the hardest to loose - seemingly no matter how hard we try. Emotional triggers and barries often make it harder, and in my experience simply altering the nutritional and physical side does not do the trick. You need to find the balance in all the levels, and enjoy what you do, because eating food or doing an exercise you don't enjoy just isn't worth it.
I suggest you find a Nutritional Kinesiologist, or even try EFT. The quick and easy results will make you laugh!
Let me know if you need more info =)
Kind regards, and good luck!
jonutrition 3 years ago
One of the best weight management regimes I have tried this year was metabolicbalance. I lost 3 inches form my waist in 5 days. 6 months later and I still have the same vital statistics. For more information, have a look at my website http://www.jonutrition.co.uk.
armclaudia 3 years ago
there are several ways to achieve that but mainly it will have to be an intelligent combination of nutrition, toning up and aerobic exercises.
It will also dipends on which areas you want to loose weight. Pilates is very good with toning up specific “bikini” areas : helping to trim your waist, flatten your abs, tone up your bum and reduce those “saddlebags” hips.
Hope this help