Free Weight Loss Tips for teens? Live Well, Eat Smart and stay healthy diet

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6 Responses to Free Weight Loss Tips for teens? Live Well, Eat Smart and stay healthy diet

  1. Anita Bonita says:

    losing weight should not show dramatic change if you are losing weight in a healthy way. you need to balance out your meals and not deprive your body of the nutrients it needs esp. if you are a runner because more experiences like the collapse you had may occur more often..

    if you want to lose weight stay away from sweets, that’s a given. keep your body strong by eating meat for protein. also the day before a meet make sure to eat carbohydrates, it will help you survive the grulling process you are putting your body through..

    the main thing in eating is just making sure not too eat too much of anything. keep it simple.

    another good trick is..

    if you feel like your getting hungry drink a glass of water. a lot of times when our body is trying to tell us it is thirsty we confuse it for hunger. Drink an 8-12 oz. glass of water and wait about ten minutes. if you are still hungry grab a light snack like a yogurt or some fruit.

  2. gabbylouwho says:

    k, i say that you join a sport or start a hobby that you exercise. or even set a goal to run in a mini-marathon. but if you find something fun, it will be less annoying to do every day. i fun exercise is a weighted hula hoop. one minute of vigorous hooping equals running an eight minute mile. and you can do it while watching tv. ask your parents to buy less junk food so its not even at your house to eat. by doing little things every day, you won’t even notice how quick you lose weight instead of letting it take over your life.

  3. linda says:

    Wow 2 miles thats AMAZING! 5 pounds your first week is pretty normal but the two… thats got to be about your diet. Are you still drinking soda, kool-aid, lemonaid… basically any drink with a lot of sugar? That can prevent you from losing weight. I think that the fact that you can run 2 miles means you are getting in shape and just keep running and eat healthy and you’ll have a nice body soon enough.

  4. abs_g says:

    If you lift weigts, the increase in muscle will make you burn more calories. Primarily you should worry about cardio and diet. Try to eat six small meals a day. Never eat until you are full. Try to cut out the sugars and bad fats/ fried foods. Drink lots of water. If you have the time, try to work up to running everyday. Start small with what you can handle and increase slowly. You can start by running three times a week for 15 minutes. The second week you can run four times a week for 20 minutes. Third week step it up to 25 minutes and five sessions. Getting up to an hour a day will take awhile but it will shed some serious wait. But it can’t be a modest pace. You’re gonna have to work hard. Try to get up to 6.5 -7 mph for an hour. Don’t starve yourself.

  5. myoo2182 says:

    Losing weight is all about determination. If you want to do it, you can. I think you can. Don’t take pills, please dont take pills. You are already running, thats awesome, thats a great start. I wouldn’t say you should start lifting because it really stunts your growth.

    You need to eat right. If you drink soda..stop. Period. Cut soda out of your life. Even Juices, dont drink too much. Water and LOTS of it. Drink water all day long. ALL day. It makes it so you can’t eat as much, and its all gone by morning. You feel full but its all water weight. Keep up the running. Try to mix it up,.. jog a little, sprint a little, speedwalk a little. Cut out any fast food. Cut out burgers if you can, and cut back on Red Meat. Boiled chicken , not fried.

    If you can, try to eat six meals a day. Yup I said it. six meals. What you want to do is get your metabolism going at full speed. You want six portionate meals. Not big meals. Don’t skip breakfast if possible but dont eat sausage egg and cheese for breakfast either. A fruit shake for breakfast everday is wonderful, and gives you energy for your day. You want breakfast lunch and dinner, thats three meals. inbetween those meals you want snacks. Almonds and peanuts make great snacks.

    Don’t eat late. If you have to eat a late dinner, eat a small dinner and try to keep red meat out of it. Eat some chicken instead. Lunch shouldnt be heavy either.

    Wheat bread instead of white bread. Skim or 2% milk instead of whole milk. Yogurts are great snacks between meals too, as are bananas. Stick with it, you’ll see results in weeks if you keep working out too!. Try to stay active throughout your day. If you are bored, go for a walk. Do situs/crunches. Pushups too. If you can’t do pushups, start with pushups where your knees are on the ground and work your way up to real pushups in a few weeks.

    Don’t overdo it and get your rest. Sleep right. If you sleep around the same time and wake up around the same time everyday it helps alot.

    Hope this helps! Good luck!

  6. 2000 says:

    1.Set goals. You’ll be better able to make a realistic weight loss plan if you know how much weight you want to lose.

    2.Identify your weaknesses. Are you a bread fiend? Do you have dessert after every meal and every snack? Is McDonald’s your second home? Find the weakness and throttle it. It does not own you, you are stronger and cooler than to allow some silly little craving to knock you off your path.

    3.Throw away anything you know is tempting. Those cinnamon buns with 500 calories each? Gone. The ramen noodles in your cabinet? Gone. The problem is that this is not always feasible. Often times we are not the only ones in our homes and therefore the call of the food must be withstood. In this case, out of sight truly is out of mind. Put unhealthy, unfilling foods in a drawer or in a cabinet that you rarely use. Put them all together to make a particularly unappetizing sight. Don’t place them all in a decorative basket out on the counter. Place them in a drawer. A drawer heaping with pastries rarely looks like anything but a drawer of fat.

    4.Eat less, but eat more often. If possible, eat 4-5 meals a day. This helps your metabolism and blood sugar to stay level as well. This does require a change in your schedule. Eat less within 6 hours of your bed time. You’re less likely to burn the calories closer to your bed time. It’s fine to eat a large breakfast and lunch because your body will be working on burning those calories for the whole day. Large dinners are likely to go unburned and converted into fat.

    5.Do not skip breakfast. If you don’t have time to prepare breakfast, buy healthy breakfast bars or those smoothies on the go. It is important to eat breakfast to jump start your metabolism and give you energy for the day. Otherwise you will probably end up falling back on unhealthy foods during the day. Yogurt is also known to boost your metabolism.

    6.Eat healthy snacks when you feel hungry between meal times. Healthy snacks would be things high in fiber, fruits and vegetables. Avoid high sugar and high calorie snacks. This will help you get nutrients as well as help lower your appetite so you won’t overeat during meals.

    7.Increase your fiber intake. Fiber acts as negative calories. It’s also filling and healthy for your digestive system. Make it a part of every meal.

    8.Eat slowly and chew more. Take time to enjoy your meals. This will help you to finish at the same time as others, and you’ll not be tempted by a second helping. Also, chewing more will ensure you get the most out of all the food and it will be digested faster. The more you chew, the more your appetite will be satiated.

    9.Drink more water every day. Stay hydrated. While you don’t need 8 cups of water a day to stay hydrated, it’ll make sure you’re hydrated as well as cut down on your hunger levels and force you to get a little bit more exercise (trips to the sink, water cooler, water fountain, and bathroom). If you’re a heavy soda drinker, permit yourself to only one diet soda per day, maximum. Just one extra soda each day can add 15 pounds. Recently, fizzy drinks, even diet ones, have been said to slow down metabolism.

    10.Increase physical activity. There are two ways to reduce net caloric intake: 1) reduce the number of calories in your diet and 2) Increase the number of calories that you burn in your daily activities. Both approaches are usually necessary and healthful and both are effective in losing weight. You can pick and choose which exercise you want to do, depending on your fitness level and drive. For example: walking, jogging, using the stair stepper, using cross training machines, swimming, tennis, and basketball. Weight training (and resistance training) can help reshape your body. The more muscle you have the higher your metabolism will be.

    11.Find active friends. Find people that will drag you out to do more active things. It doesn’t have to be much, but any exercise even walking around the mall is better than none.

    12.Don’t get discouraged. After one or two weeks of initial weight loss, it is quite common for your metabolism to slow down as it adjusts to the new calorie count. Stay on course and you’ll see results. In some cases, the scale will tell you your weight is barely changing, but you may be gaining muscle weight while losing fat weight. Also make sure to weigh yourself first thing in the morning to try to avoid the fluctuations in weight due to water.

    13.Take all advice with a grain of salt. Everyone is going to have some tidbit of information for you. What worked for them might not work for you. Take it all in stride and work with what is getting results for you. Trying to do everything everyone says will only cause overload.

    14.Eat more protein. If you choose to go this route, do not cut out all carbs. If you do so, as soon as you start eating carbs again you will regain your weight back. Instead of eating stand alone pasta, throw some meatballs or chicken in. Eat some beans, they are high in protein and very healthy for you. Increase the ammount of protein, but not by too much. The more protein you take in, the more water you should drink as well.

    15.Eat less calories. The average woman should eat around 2,000 calories a day and the average male 2,500. There’s many ways to reduce the calories you intake. Try not to eat frozen dinners, pizza, or from fast food joints. There’s also certain drinks, such as Green Tea that are calorie reducers. Lettuce is another calorie reducer, but be careful because dressing tends to have the calories. Low fat/light vinnegette, balsomic vineger, red wine and vineger are pretty healthy dressings, but do not load it on

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