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  • HellYeah
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    Great information by Honorata, and that is the first step: get yourself informed, you have to try different ways, eventually... for both... exercise and nutrition... Just be aware, that if you gain muscles, your weight could rise, even if you look slimmer... what is the goal, so do not go for numbers on the scale too serious... it can be misleading... good luck on your journey

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  • Honorata
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    As someone who's gone from about 95kg to around 68-70kg over the last four years, I don't have a structured plan to give you, but I do have some advice for what has worked for me:

    * Even if you choose not to count calories, keep a food journal. It's really easy to incorrectly estimate how much you're eating if you're just going off your memory, but if you write everything down, it's much easier to keep track.

    * Measure out your portions -- if you already have or can get a food scale, this is maybe the most important item in my kitchen for losing/maintaining my weight loss. Again, it's very easy to incorrectly estimate portion sizes when you're just eyeballing them. Actually measuring how much you are eating so you can correctly track it is good.

    * I don't find it helpful to weigh myself more than once a week. I try to measure myself at the same time of day in the same clothing when I do. (Usually first thing in the morning before breakfast.) Also, if you are a woman, be aware that you retain water in the week before you menstruate and it's very normal to "gain" weight in that time that will immediately go away once you start your period -- don't panic if you weigh a few kilos more than usual in the week before your period. Measuring your proportions with measuring tape and/or taking progress photos is also very good. I don't "feel" much slimmer than I did at my heaviest, but I can look at pictures or my measurements and know that the difference is actually very large!

    * If you are counting calories, some programs will recommend calorie deficits over 500kcal/day. Personally, I have not found this level of calorie restriction sustainable, and lost most of my weight more slowly at no more than a 250-500 kcal deficit/day. The results happen more slowly, but I've found it much easier to stick with it and to maintain weight loss running a smaller calorie deficit and recalculating my calorie goals/macros more frequently.

    * I built in a lot of mini-weight goals (I'm American and use pounds, so my checkpoint mini-goals were usually about every 10-20 pounds. Higher near the start/lower near the end). Upon reaching one of these goals, I would *stop* eating to lose weight and *start* eating to maintain that weight for a month or two. Once I felt comfortable that I could maintain my new, lower weight, I would feel okay beginning the next stage. Again, this is slower, but has made me feel much more confident that I can maintain my current weight loss and am not setting myself up to yo-yo.

    * Most weight-loss programs will focus on your exercise program being mainly cardio. Cardio is great for you and you should do it, but doing some level of strength training will help keep you from losing muscle mass during your fat loss, which will help keep your metabolism up. Additionally, strength training will help make the shape of your body look better. As DaithiMeyer said, even though you might not be at your goal weight for years, you will see an improvement in your general shape much earlier through exercise.

    * It's difficult to get exactly the kinds of foods you want right now, given the covid-19 situation and its effects on the food supply chain, however, the general recommendations are: focus on eating lean protein, whole grains, and vegetables & some fruits. Fat helps you feel full, so eating some fat is good for you. (For example, Darebee generally recommends reduced-fat dairy, not non-fat dairy.) Just be sure to measure high fat foods like nuts or oils, since they are also very calorie dense. Avoid foods with added sugar -- sweets should be a special treat. If you drink alcohol regularly, I would recommend cutting back on how frequently and how much you drink -- treat it the same way you would eating sweets.

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  • DaithiMeyer
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    FWIW: I did not take that comment as 'rude'. No ruder than my usual, at least. OK, maybe it was. But I don't believe the 'rude' was intended - which is what matters.
    Alisaqlain ... I've had three doctors' appointments switched from in-office to 'digital' over the past few months.
    Doesn't feel as useful as face-to-face, but your question should suit that format.

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  • Alisaqlain
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    SimonB
    Im not rude dear, if anyone got hurt then I'm sorry, and the comunity here is very friendly. Thanks to all of you. I just wanted to know you that due to COVID -19 in my contry opd is closed in hospitals just emergency cases would be entertained . Since from 2 month there is lockdown and I just wanted to know that slowly I can follow any plan which will help me in getting slim , no matter how much time it takes

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  • SimonB
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    Originally posted by Alisaqlain View Post
    Thanks your reply is much better
    Please, don't be rude to responses from other bees. Your initial question was not easy to understand. Warmaker made a good point, referring to your question about 100kg weightloss. I know thats not what you ment, but still answer politely. All bees in the hive are friendly and try to help each other.

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  • Alisaqlain
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    Thanks your reply is much better

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  • DaithiMeyer
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    Alisaqlain ... Welcome to The Hive, the social side of DareBee.
    Now ... for the problem you have described.
    A decent diet - dropping all sugar/sweets/honey/fructose - that will help you drop a kg or two a month. No problem.
    Or you could go overboard and lose two or three times that - and gain it right back again after the agony of losing it.
    The big problem is that even after you drop those offensive 30 kg you may not look "slim and smart".
    That will take exercise. Exercise will help you trim your fat and build muscle. Your weight won't change much in the process, but you will look trimmer, slimmer.
    It may take you two years to drop the 30 kg you want gone, but you start to look better in perhaps two months.

    However, you should listen to the wise voices around here.
    Warmaker very aptly suggested that you should talk with your PC physician before you go off on this multi-year quest.

    Best of luck in your search for 'the perfect body'. Many have gone down that road and totally failed - or succeeded despite missing the goals they set for themselves.

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  • HellYeah
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    Basic plan:
    Eat healthy but less calories than you use...

    ...for more details...

    ​​​https://darebee.com/nutrition.html
    https://darebee.com/mealplans.html

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  • Alisaqlain
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    My weight is 100kg. And I want to be slim and smart at least I want 70kg weight

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  • Warmaker
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    100 kg can be a whole person, maybe two. I think "a plan," especially from us, is unlikely to be overly successful. I would recommend seeing your Primary Care Doctor or medical perrsonnel for the help you need.

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  • Alisaqlain
    started a topic 100kg weight loss

    100kg weight loss

    Need an immediate plan for 100kg fat loose, can anyone plz suggest which plan should I follow ?
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