Posted On:1/28/2009 4:58am
I have tried so many products for losing weight. But so far I havenít found any products which give good results without any side effects. Now, I'm looking for products that have no side effects and can help me to control my weight. Can anyone help me?
Yes, I am smarter than you are.
Posted On:1/28/2009 5:05am
Style: TKD, BJJ
Determine your caloric requirements based on current weight and activity level call this X. Determine how many calories you eat each day, call this Y. if X < Y then you are gaining weight, if X = Y you are maintaining weight, if X > Y then you are losing weight.
So make X > Y and stop looking for a miracle.
Losing weight is hard work. It will always be hard work. You are frequently fighting against genetics, culture, and your own desires in order to make progress.
Last edited by Kintanon; 1/28/2009 8:54am at .
Posted On:1/28/2009 6:52am
Style: creonte on hiatus
What Kintanon said. To the OP, read the stickies and the rules of posting (the topmost 3 threads on the list). Yes, I mean read all three:
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Posted On:1/28/2009 8:17am
Style: BJJ, MMA
Posted On:1/28/2009 9:59am
Posted On:1/28/2009 10:41am
Cardio and a clean diet have minimal side effects.
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Posted On:1/28/2009 1:20pm
Style: BJJ, mma
Damn you Vorpal!
Posted On:1/28/2009 1:40pm
Sorry, I'm quick. My wife keeps saying that's a bad thing though.
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Posted On:2/03/2009 5:28am
Style: Muay Thai (BJJ hiatus)
It depends on the amount in which you are eating the things mentioned.
Post a food diary of a typical day
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Posted On:2/05/2009 10:15pm
Style: kenpo, Wrestling
A few thoughts on this:
1) Any drug that changes metabolism is big medicine. (It will very probably have big side effects.)
2) Any drug that changes hunger is big medicine. (It will very probably have side effects.)
3) Any drug hat does 1 or 2 with minimal or no side effects, even with major side effects would be big news and famous.
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