Your Question About Easy Weight Loss

Linda asks…

is this a good weight loss plan?

Hi, i’m 16, and i’m 5 ft. 8 inches. My doctor said i should eat around 2000 calories a day to 2300, and i was wondering if this weight loss plan would help me lose at least 1-2 pounds a week.
Breakfast ~ Tea (with milk)
Lunch ~ Ramen Noodels (lol, love noodles =] ), and some juice or a bottle of water
Dinner ~ A dinner about 900 calories
Well, i go to school, so i suppose i lose about 500 calories a day from walking? o_O, anywaysis this a good plan? I need advice =.=”
i also drink lots of water through out the day =O
i do get a bit hungry, sometimes throughout the day, but i sometimes just buy things like bags of chips.
I also run 2 miles a day on my treadmill at home, when i come back from school. =O

weight loss cardiff answers:

You will lose weight that way, but i don’t know how healthy of a diet it is. You need to eat breakfast. Without it your metabolism will slow down because it thinks that your body is starving. With a slow metabolism, you can’t lose at much weight. You should eat breakfast, even if it is just a piece of fruit. In exchange for breakfast, try to cut down calories somewhere else. 900 is a lot for one meal. So try to balance that out by eating a few small meals throughout the day. Eating a little bit in smaller intervals will also help boost your metabolism and burn more fat. Exercising outside of walking to class will also help you lose weight, even if you only do it 2 or 3 times a week. Good luck!

Thomas asks…

Weight loss Plan??!!Tell me if this will work!?

Breakfast:Special K Vanilla Almond with a apple and water
Lunch:Cream Cheese Sandwich with either(Celery stick with low fat ranch dressing -or-Fruit cup(Mandarins?) oh yes don’t forget water!
Dinner:Tuna Fish sandwich with whole wheat bread or a salad with vegetables and chicken strips with water ?

Also I walk to school every day for 15 minutes twice a day and walk back.I do take gym class 4 times a week as well.
My wight loss goal is 40 pounds By December.I am a 13 year old Girl that’s 5’4.I weigh 155 pounds i lost 5 pounds so far whatever it takes I will loose weight!

Thank You all♥

weight loss cardiff answers:

Healthy weight loss diet plans have a different focus than many of the commercial programs. Too many of the commercial programs compete to show who can have customers losing the most weight in the fastest time. Healthy weight loss diet plans only aim to give participants a better quality of life. These plans focus on turning you on to a healthy lifestyle. The goal is to teach you this new lifestyle beginning with the moment you start the diet. And you never really go off the diet; you will only adjust it to your new weight. You learn a new diet – or healthy way of eating – for life!

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Susan asks…

Weight Loss *?

I am the owner of If any of you want to tell me your weight loss success story then email me so i can post your story at my site. Also, if you want to write anything on weight loss then email me to post it on the site.

weight loss cardiff answers:

Every year Americans invest billions of dollars in weight loss diets and gimmicks, many of which yield few results. However, the lure of quick, easy weight loss is hard to resist. Despite ineffective tools, most hopeful consumers are willing to give the next weight loss fad a chance. If you’re planning to start a new diet, it is important to remember the following information.
Food-specific diets: Have you ever tried the cabbage diet or the fruit-only diet? These are just a couple of examples of diets that promote one “specific” food that causes weight loss. No matter how much you think you’ll enjoy ice cream at every meal, inevitably you will get bored with eating the same food repeatedly. As a result, you’ll eat less food than needed to maintain your weight. This type of diet will not teach you healthier eating habits or provide a balance of nutrients, and consequently is not effective for long-term weight loss.

High-protein, low-carbohydrate diets: One of the most recent trends in dieting, these diets are based on the concept that carbohydrates are “bad” and that everyone has some degree of insulin resistance, resulting in poor carbohydrate metabolism. Many proponents of these diets suggest that including carbohydrates in your diet will cause weight gain. The reality, though, is that eating more calories (whether as carbohydrate, fats, or protein) than you burn will cause weight gain.

High-fiber, low-calorie diets: Fiber-rich foods play an important role in a healthy diet. They are a helpful ingredient of weight loss efforts because they provide bulk to the diet, which helps you feel fuller sooner. Be careful, though: if you plan to increase the fiber in your diet, be sure to increase your fluid intake at the same time or you may experience cramping, bloating, and constipation. High-fiber diets will help with weight loss only if you restrict calories in conjunction with addition of extra grains, fruits and vegetables.

Liquid diets: Consumers face a couple of different liquid diet options. Your local grocery store and pharmacy sell over-the-counter liquid meal replacements, which can be expensive and frequently add extra calories to daily consumption if not managed carefully. On the other hand are liquid diets that require medical supervision. These diets are usually very low in calories and may result in metabolic abnormalities if dieters are not carefully monitored. Neither type of liquid diet should be used for long-term weight loss unless monitored by a health care professional. Radically changing your caloric intake in this way will not result in long-term behavior modification and healthy eating patterns.

Fasting: As a way to cleanse the body or jump-start a weight-loss program, fasting has been recommended for years. However, all that fasting really does is deprive your body of nutrients and decrease your energy, leaving you feeling weak and lightheaded. If the right nutrients are not available for your cells to use as energy, your liver will convert fat stores to ketones for use as energy (ketosis). Long-term ketosis can be harmful to your health.
No fad diet or gimmick will work magic for safe and effective weight loss. The following are some suggestions for ensuring a long-term healthy eating plan and getting your weight loss efforts off to an encouraging start:
Eat a variety of foods. Remember, a balanced diet will ensure that you get all necessary nutrients.

Get some physical activity every day. Calories in must be less than calories out to ensure successful weight loss. To keep “calories out” at a healthful level, make you get at least 30 minutes of physical activity every day.

Include sources of fiber in your diet. They will add bulk and give you a feeling of fullness.

Choose a diet low in fats, saturated fats, and cholesterol. You do need to consume some fat for good health. Aim for no more than 30 percent of your total calories as fat calories, of which no more than 10 percent should be saturated fat calories.

Choose foods moderate in sugars. Foods that are high in simple sugars usually offer little nutritional value and will add unwanted calories.

Choose foods moderate in salt and sodium. Remember that salt has been added to many foods during preparation or processing, so it’s not necessary to add extra salt at the table.

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Your Question About Easy Weight Loss

Paul asks…

What rice is good for you when on a diet? weight loss?

i want to lose weight but not get rid of rice, what rice is good for weight loss?
i would like to eat it with whatever, lean meats tofu, fish, etc.
whole grain turns into sugar when entering your system so what is ok?
i love white rice but probably not the best.
is there a brand as well? thnx serious answers only!

weight loss cardiff answers:

Brown rice – the one that you boil for 40 mins 🙂 Eat about 1/3-1/2 up at a time. 1/3 cup is considered one serving. Portion control is key for weight loss.

For more info on healthy eating visit my blog and facebook page below 🙂

John asks…

How do you sell a blog?

I want to write a blog about my weight loss success. Would anyone read it or find it interesting?

weight loss cardiff answers:

People may find it interesting, but you need to build an audience if you want it to be read by a lot of people. There are tons of ways to build an audience for your blog. Here are a few simple ways:

1. Create a YouYube channel with videos about your weight loss strategies and link viewers back to related blog posts in the description for each video.

2. Create a Twitter account where you tweet useful information about weight loss. Whenever you write a new blog post, create a tweet about it with a link back to the post.

3. Talk about your experiences in fitness forums. Put a link to your blog in your forum signature.

Good Luck!

Jenny asks…

Where can I find a weight loss partner on the net?

I have no motivation at all, but I really want and must lose some weight. I asked some of my, ehem…friends to join me, but they don’t really care about this and aren’t by my side… Anyways! Where can I find a free weight loss partner, I mean like chating on the messenger or fb and talking about our succes, meals, exercises, motivate each other?

weight loss cardiff answers:

Hi Andrea,

Maybe this comes a little late because I already lost a lot of weight and now I don’t really need to lose weight (although I try to keep up my diet most of the time). But anyways, maybe I can help you.

The thing is, I have a blog about dieting and I would really like to get in touch with people like you and give them free advice (for now, I just want visitors for my blog and not get money from them). So if you like, you can give my blog a visit, read about the possibilities offered there, and of course you can get in contact with me and we will talk about how you can lose weight.

Especially when your motivation is low, I can help you, because my brother also had no motivation (and no hope!) to lose weight.

So if you think this might be something for you, check out my source and write me a comment there, then we can also get in touch.

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Your Question About Easy Weight Loss

Mandy asks…

What was your weight loss success story?

-how much you lost?
-how long it took?
-size i guess? (weight,height,age, etc.)
-what kind of food and exercise you did?
-why you did it 🙂 everybody has their pride and motivation. i find it inspiring to myself and others.

weight loss cardiff answers:

-35 pounds (155 to 120)
-the first 25-30 pounds took like 2 months exactly (8 wks, 2 days)
-5’6, 22, medium bone structure.
-I went to this wilderness program and we cooked all of our own organic food and we took out all candies, sugars, processed food, etc etc etc out of our diets. We only drank water all the time and we had no cars or bikes or anything. We also carried 50-60 pounds packs on our backs and we would go on week long expeditions, walking like anywhere between 4 and 8 miles a day. It would take hours each day. Also I don’t eat much under stress and pressure and the food was somewhat nasty most the time.
-I did it because i wanted to get mentally and physically healthy at the same time. This program helped me to achieve that and I learned so much about myself.

Linda asks…

For people who took acai berry or bromolite?

how many pounds did u loose and in what time
now, please, i know all of u critics out there saying it’s a scam. Except i don’t want opinions on how bad u think it is because i can guarantee you 75% of these answers will say u don’t loose any weight. And for the people who do have weight loss success stories– how did u do it. Exercise, diet, ext. Thanks, i really appreciate it

weight loss cardiff answers:

I lost 20 lbs in about 2 weeks .But it wasn’t just acai berry pills which made me lose my weight.I took advice from my dietitian,followed my diet plan and exercised regularly.

Chris asks…

What do you think about weight loss success story books?

Do you think they are dumb and a bad idea?
Or do you think that they are smart if they have a practical solution ?
Just to be clear, I am not writing a book. I just want your opinion

weight loss cardiff answers:

I think that Weight Loss success books are great. Anything to help someone lose the weight they want to lose. It is very hard to motivate oneself to lose weight. Sometimes it seems more possible when there has been other people that have been successful in doing it themselves. I feel that it is very uplifting and helps to get motivated. So I say yes go ahead and publish a Weight Loss Success Book. Some people are not that fortunate to have friends or people in their lives that will help them to lose weight. These stories will be their support system. Good Luck with your book!!!!

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Your Question About Easy Weight Loss

David asks…

Do you have a weight loss success story I need motivation to keep going?

Been trying to lose weight for a long time, and I keep faltering on my diet and exercise, I could really use some motivation, maybe a story or something to help me keep going.

weight loss cardiff answers:

Ive lost 25lb so far with proper diet and exercise

all the successs stories you could possibly want, to motivate you:

come join MFP!

Maria asks…

Does the B12 shot really help for weight loss? and how expensive is it? ?

I am 17 years old and weigh 200 pounds I’m trying to get something to jumpstart my weight loss. Any success stories?

weight loss cardiff answers:

Nope it doesn’t.


Sandy asks…

Dose anyone have any weight loss stories, or know of any great weight loss stories?

I am 20 years old and I put on about 70 pounds during my pregnancy. I have lost 10 pounds of that so far and would like to lose 60 more. I have been eating lots of fruits and veggies and have been exercising moderately.

Dose anyone have any inspiring weight loss stories, any tips or suggestions?

weight loss cardiff answers:

I am a yo-yo. I have had great success and great failure, im in a failure stage right now but turning it around. When i was 10 i was diagnosed with acid reflux disease and was put on a Bland diet
this means boiled chicked breasts and water for every meal, they had great benefiets and i probably wouldnt have been as tall as i am now if that didnt happen but then once i could eat what i wanted i gained it all back then 2 years later i lost it all again because i was just starting puberty and now i gained it all back again but im on the right track because i am getting more active and eating a lot healthier i hope this motivates you a little.

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