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# 1 : Monday 15-9-2014 @ 08:38
 
 
HI all after 2 years off the cigs and looking in the mirror every morning it justhit me the weekend looking at old pics of holidayss i thought to my self what are who have i ate im massive. so decide to hit the gym at 7 this morn so did 30 minutes on the bike distance 14k so im just wandering has anyone any good excercise to lose weight and tone up any help would be great
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# 2 : Monday 15-9-2014 @ 16:13
 
 
maybe include a healthy diet with your exersize routine.
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# 3 : Monday 15-9-2014 @ 16:18
 
 
swimming is supposed to be good for helping to tone up.and as elat says,a healthy,but realistic, diet.
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# 4 : Monday 15-9-2014 @ 16:41
 
 
I gained a lot of weight when I quit smoking too. It's pretty common.
Just keep in mind that you are fully grown, so your really don't need that much food to keep you going (not growing ).

Swimming and walking are good exercises.
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# 5 : Monday 15-9-2014 @ 17:13
 
 
Someone I know lost a lot of weight by restricting their calorie intake too 600 per day twice a week,but cutting out junk food and drink should be just as effecive.
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# 6 : Monday 15-9-2014 @ 20:14
 
 
Exercising and a low carb diet can have great results. But you might feel a bit miserable the first few days.
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# 7 : Monday 15-9-2014 @ 20:45
 
 
Run 5km in 20 minutes 3 times per week.
Only eat between 6pm and bedtime.
Drink low fat milk before 6pm to keep the hunger pangs at bay.
Drink milkshakes after 6pm.

If you are hungry and look at your belly and see lots of fat, don't eat.
Your body can survive using the fat.


If you're not willing to exercise to heavy sweating point 3 times per week for the rest of your life
and only stuff yourself with food once per week
for the rest of your life
Forget about about getting slim and/or staying slim.
It takes a lot of will power and a lot of vanity.
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# 8 : Saturday 5-12-2015 @ 13:31
 
 
If I go swimming twice instead of the usual once this weekend, I will probably drop below a mini-landmark on Monday morning. (Of course, it would take a few weeks more of moderate eating and exercise at the levels I'm doing it before I would be permanently below that landmark.)
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# 9 : Saturday 5-12-2015 @ 13:41
 
 
Back to 16 st again up down and back up to 6 lbs this week.

Must try a water fast. Worked in 2013.
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# 10 : Saturday 5-12-2015 @ 13:46
 
 
Someone said :
Back to 16 st again up down and back up to 6 lbs this week.

Must try a water fast. Worked in 2013.

Water fasts are pointless, and potentially dangerous. The excess weight is because of carbon atoms stored in the fat. You need to reduce the number of those -- through exercise which burns the carbohydrates that are the fat molecules, and through eating less carbohydrates.

A water fast is as meaningless in changing your true weight as taking off a rucsac is.
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# 11 : Saturday 5-12-2015 @ 16:02
 
 
Someone said :
Back to 16 st again up down and back up to 6 lbs this week.

Also, being up 6 lbs in a week may not actually be a problem, depending on how often and when you measure your weight.

I'm a bit of a nerd, and I'm measuring my weight twice a day. Although the moving average is going down, the 'spot' measurements at particular moment can vary by 5 lb (though it is typically by 2.5 to 3 lb).
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# 12 : Sunday 6-12-2015 @ 09:01
 
 
This morning closer to 15 st 10.

I'm going to cut out fizzy drinks again starting today. And weather allowing will go on massive walks.
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# 13 : Friday 5-2-2016 @ 10:46
 
 
Up to 20% of cancer diagnoses are 'weight-related'

Tackling obesity is now the biggest challenge to the prevention of new cancers, with between 15-20% of cancer diagnoses weight-related, a medical oncologist has said.



Consultant Medical Oncologist at Cork University Hospital Professor Seamus O'Reilly was speaking on World Cancer Day.

He said we have moved from the "tobacco and cancer century" into the "obesity and cancer century".

Speaking on RTÉ's Morning Ireland, Prof O'Reilly said that screening programmes have led to an overall reduction in deaths from cancer.

In particular, cervical, breast and colorectal cancer screening has led to improved outcomes, he said.

However, access to cancer care - particularly for poorer people - remains a huge problem, Mr O'Reilly added.
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# 14 : Saturday 6-2-2016 @ 11:54
 
 
Someone said :

Water fasts are pointless, and potentially dangerous. The excess weight is because of carbon atoms stored in the fat. You need to reduce the number of those -- through exercise which burns the carbohydrates that are the fat molecules, and through eating less carbohydrates.

A water fast is as meaningless in changing your true weight as taking off a rucsac is.

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# 15 : Sunday 7-2-2016 @ 02:05
 
 
S4 is right, and after a very bad year I have regained all the weight which is even more depressing.
They also say that once you have bin fat, you already increase your risks even if you slim down. Currently fat and formerely fat people have similar risks and more than people who have always bin fit.
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