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Recommend me some weight loss programs, please! I am tired of those diets and exercises... What are the options?

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answered by (236 points) 1 4
On Youtube there are many videos to lose weight. I assure you that going to a gym will not be necessary. I do it

I invite you to consume green tea three times a day. Make cardio. It is perfect for burning calories. Eat well.
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answered ago by (584 points) 2 6
Follow the  6 tips mentioned below:

1. Go for a walk for about thirty minutes in the morning and evening.

2. Fix a strict time for your lunch and dinner and try hard to follow that time.

3. Never, ever go after fast foods like burger and pizza.

4. Never use the lift either in your residence or in the work place. Instead always use stair case. Our body requires movement.

5. Never eat on a binge.

6. Whatever you eat, eat slow and steady.
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answered ago by (492 points) 2 6
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A balanced diet is required for you, weight loss is much concentrated with taking fibre content foods.

People only concentrate on the weight loss by doing exercise, required to take proper food. Carbohydrates also essential for us ,but that is limit.

Start your day with glass of lemon water ,honey.cinnamon powder also works well as it contains lot of fibre. When we take lots of fibre foods we don't feel hungry for long time.

Exercises is must , try to do various exercises, Daily doing the same exercises you might feel bore.

So choose walking, skipping,running.

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answered ago by Patron (1,938 points) 2 4 13
Add protein to your diet - a high protein diet can boost metabolism by upto 80-100 calories per day.

Drink water - drinking six glasses of water everyday may increase the calories you burn by 30% for an hour.

Drink coffee -coffee drinking may support weight loss by increasing energy levels and the amount of calories you burn.

Eat more fruits and vegetables - they are high in water, nutrients and fibre and they usually have very low energy density.

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