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Hi everyone.

I have been reading the forum for a while and i have decided i need to something about my weight as iam really unhappy about it.

I have few questions i would like to ask hope everyone can help.

Everytime i start a diet i last for a few days then go back to my normal ways of eating junk, Iam also going on holiday in june and would like to lose a much as i can i know its not alot of time to lose much but it can be a start.

Iam looking to go to the gym 4 or 5 times a week so hopefully i will stick to that but its the eating side of it i seem to lose i just cant seem to stick to the diet.

Iam not exactly all clude up on which food i should eat so any advice would be great.

Iam currently 18st and looking to get to about 12st that is my goal but in the meantime i would like to lose about 2st for my holiday in june is that to much to ask in such a short space of time.

Thanks for takeing your time reading my post.

Good luck to everyone on there weight loss quest.
 
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Gracey

Full Member
S: 17st8lb C: 16st12lb G: 9st4lb BMI: 37 Loss: 0st10lb(4.07%)
#2
Hi Stevie - you have so many options, if you want to learn to eat healthily I would recommend Slimming World - are you able to get to a class near you? It really is a healthy eating plan and will re-educate you. Weight loss tends to be 2lbs a week if you stick to the plan, though in the first few weeks people lose around 3 or 4 lbs. Also with the regular exercise you are doing you could lose 3lbs a week, especially when your weight is still high. 2 stone in 3 months is definately feasible.

I personally am following the Cambridge Diet, which is a much more drastic option.

Hope this helps, you have taken the first step in incorporating exercise into your life, and now wanting to address your eating is a really positive step, well done.

Have a look at the slimming world site, see what you think and if this isn't for you there are loads of other options.
 
#4
no not yet iam not sure what one would be the best do you have any advice.
 

Jim

Big Boy
S: 25st0lb C: 13st1lb G: 13st1lb BMI: 24.1 Loss: 11st13lb(47.71%)
#5
Hi Stevie, you need to get your head around what you want to do, once you've decided you are motivated, choose the plan you think you could stick too.
 


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