12/09/2007 3:19pm, #1
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I know I am overweight.
Hello friends, I'm 17 years old and I know I am overweight. I want to loose at least 40 pounds within six months. I am looking for a good dieting plan for years. Can somebody give me a strict diet to follow? I need a good diet, that I can stick to, The doctor said that I'm not in any danger for diabetes or anything, I'd just be a pretty healthier if I lost the 40 pounds. So does anybody know of any strict diets which I can follow?
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12/09/2007 7:34pm, #2
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Hello, I took the opportunity to remove your post from the thread where you place it, and create a new one for you.
Please, next time, do not just "pop" into an existing thread and ask questions that are not relevant to the topic being discussed. Create a new thread, or search of a thread that is recent and directly related to your questions instead.
Now that we have cleared that up, welcome.
Regarding your question, this has already been discussed a couple of times. For that purpose, we have collected the material most relevant to these questions in a few threads.
For starters, you need to do your due diligence and homework. I strongly suggest you read the following threads in their entirety. Study and learn the material in them:
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Nutritional Programs & Protein Prejudice
You should start reading the main thread we have on nutrition and supplementation, first:
as well as the sticky thread for this forum:
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12/09/2007 8:07pm, #3
eat less crap food
eat more good food
get cardio exercise (at least 20mins high heart rate)
start a lifting routine
get enough sleep
I mean really, it is really that simple. I have lost close to 60lbs sinece april. It isn't that hard. You just need to be consistent. Try simple easy steps and changes. Don't dive in expecting to change everything about your life in one day.There is no cheating, there is only jiu-jitsu.