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nta but I've been doing keto for a few years and it works great for me. It's not a meme for me but if you don't feel well or you don't think it worked for you, then I guess you should just try to make a more customized diet.
Lowering carbs intake imo is healthy and really does help you lose weight.
It's not hard to lose weight. You just don't have discipline>>86805
You know what's even quicker and cheaper? Not eating, or eating smaller portions of junk food. But sure anon, keep making excuses for yourself :)
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tfw eating is the only thing that makes me feel good and life worth living
I don’t know why some anons have to be so hostile itt to overweight anons. You’d think fat people personally offended them.
>count your calories
>move for thirty minutes every damn day
>set yourself reasonable goals, if you aim to lose one to two pounds a week you should be good but any more than that and youll just get discouraged and depressed
>watch motivational videos of people who lost weight, really listen to what they say
>realize this is going to be a lifestyle switch not something that’s going to be quick.
>have a prep day on your day off when you’ll wash your fruits and veg, pack them into snack portions ready for the week ahead.
>drink lots and lots of water. I can almost guarantee you aren’t drinking enough. Before every meal, have a tall glass. Sip throughout the day.
>don’t eat until you are full, eat until you have maxed your calories for that meal (unless being full comes first obviously)
>ignore your body. It is addicted to bullshit. Eat healthy, cut out as much sugar as you reasonably can, don’t ever ever ever eat until you feel you could burst
>get enough sleep in a consistent schedule. Do not eat close to bed time.
>experiment with your fitness. I adore pilates, my friend loves to jog, another does sports like tennis and basketball, and another likes to hike. Try it all. If you hate one type, then keep looking. Try weights, cardio, the gym, youtube workouts, swimming. Keep trying until you find one you like. You don’t have to love it. And then do it. Over and over. Five days a week if you can. Your brain will eventually rewire itself to have the same feeling about working out that you currently get with food. It will even feel better.
>find whatever motivates you. Your health, your family, your attractiveness, your capability. And remind yourself of that every damn day. Set a reminder on you phone if you have to. Have a friend text It to you. Have a loved one record a message to you. And everytime you think you can’t do it, remind yourself that you can and will.
>take care of yourself in other ways. Make sure your hygiene is on point. Read a book. Drink a calming tea while in the bath surrounded by candles. Cut down on “screen time” as much as possible. Travel. Go to art museums and plays and concerts.
>eat out as little as possible
>count your damn fucking calories
You got this. Know that it is 100% possible for you to be a healthy weight (medical conditions aside, talk to your doctor). Others are doing it every single day. You can too. The only thing stopping you is yourself, your mind. Commit to being able to do it. Be confident. Be strong. I would wish you good luck but you don’t need it. I can promise ALL of you that you can do this if you give yourself time and follow the above:
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Thank you anon, I’m gonna keep this in my iPhone notes. <3
make exercising a habit, eat more fruit, veg, protein, drink water before every meal so you don't pig out, and keep at it. you will feel a lot better with even just a few minor changes, trust me
you can have your cheese and crackers too but in moderation
The thing with fatties is that they're not good at moderating their intake. They need to set hard limits and eliminate those foods from their diet altogether.
t. former fatty