Your Question About Easy Weight Loss

Jenny asks…

What are some things I can put on my weight loss blog?

I made a weight loss blog and wanted some idea as to what I should put on it.
Thanks πŸ™‚

weight loss cardiff answers:

Workout routines, healthy recipes, tips on how to not binge, tips on eating out, your experiences, celebrity eating tips and workouts, etc good luck!

Steven asks…

How do I get people to follow my blog?

I noticed how there aren’t many weight loss blogs for teens to follow. Now I have one about my journey to lose weight, but I don’t know how to get the word out about my blog to those who would be interested in it (teens wanting to lose weight at home, safely, and naturally). Any ideas?

weight loss cardiff answers:

Well post a link to your blog and I’ll follow it!
If I like it, I’ll add it to my blogroll on my blog.

Robert asks…

How much weight do you think I could lose in x amount of days with this routine?

Basically, I have a weight loss blog/fitblr on Tumblr and I mean a lot of people depend on me, but I have got to really lose weight right now.
I’m going to state testing on April 16th? I believe and my current weight is 203 and height is 5’7 5’8. Now you’re probably like why the hell does she need to lose weight for state testing, well.. there is a dude there and I just don’t want to disappoint him with my looks. (Don’t hate with what I said, I know it’s stupid that I care what others think).

I’m going to eat 500 calories a day [at most] and bike ride every other day along with running 1-2 miles a day on the days I don’t ride my bike. Also my everyday exercises that burn about 500 calories.
It is un healthy, I know. But how much weight do you think I could lose with this routine? xx

weight loss cardiff answers:

I know it seems logical that eating such a small amount of calories will mean fast weight loss but you could put your body into starvation mode meaning it clings onto every bit of fat that its got, making it harder to lose weight and causing your weight to pile on when you go back to eating normally.

Instead, consider eating about 1500 calories minimum packed with protein and, combined with exercise you should still be in a significant (but safe) calorie deficit.

Good luck.

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