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    being poor!! that really helps

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    Small meals throughout the day. Make as much of your food yourself as you can. More fresh food, less carbs and sugar. I have to trick myself into exercising, so little things like taking the steps instead of the elevator, parking my car further away from the entrance, cleaning my apartment until I break a sweat, etc.

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    Not dieting at all

    Just kidding, stop drinking sodas, non-natural juices, eating fried chips, packet cookies and you're done.

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    Whenever I go to a restaurant I eat till i'm not hungry instead of until i'm full, and then I get the rest to go. As a bonus, 2 meals for one !

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    I lost a good bit of weight in 2015. It was a lot of faster/easier than I thought it'd be. I cut bad carbs (white bread, rice, potatoes, and noodles) and substituted them with minimal good carbs (wheat, whole grain, brown rice, red potatos), while eating lean and baked meats and fish, baked chicken mostly. Then I force-fed vehetables, mostly green veggies, often broccoli because it's high in protein. Of course, the most obvious is taking sugary drinks away and replacing them with water. Coffee isn't neccessary to remove, in fact, caffeine helps to increase metabolism. You should probably drink it black though, or with low fat ceeamer. Sugar substitutes are not good replacements either, and leave your body craving real sugar. Next, I exercised doing heavy weight-lifting, rather than low weight, high rep weight-lifting. The reason is that heavy weight, low rep, increases metabolism much more, thus using more fat to supply the energy to the body that is being used up. The most unusual, I ate A LOT of hot sauce and used spicy recipes to mix things up. The reason.. increase metabolism, and I definitely recommend looking in to this. I lost 65 lbs in 7 months, and was proud of myself for doing it the right way, which, turned out to be a lot easier than I thought, once I got in to the groove of things. Stay focused on WHY you want to lose weight, what you need to do it, and ask for the help of those around you to keep you focused if you may lose it. The last one is important, maybe thee most important. Losing weight is often fueled by low self-esteem, and when we be courageous and tell our friends, the response and support may be the difference in making those changes!
    Best of luck to you, and don't give up! If you need anything, don't hesitate to message me!
    **This applies to anyone**
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    I count my macros & keep a food diary.
    Allow myself cheat meals once or twice a week, depending how much I train.

    I try to hit 140g of protein, 140g of carbs & low fat - prob 40g.
    I don't like to call it dieting; it's becoming a part of my lifestyle and I am the happiest I've been!

    Also - eating small meals 6x a day, roughly eat around 1,400 ~ 1,800 cals.
    I'm working on gaining muscle and building a booty, so need good food.

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    Control your calories intake daily and the target calories required is actually different for everyone, depends on your daily activities

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    Maybe try to replace one of your meals with a salad and a light sandwich? My chem teacher did that and she's so fit looking, so I'm going to start doing it as well. She also makes her own dressing!

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    Carbs aren't necessarily bad for you its just that people often go overboard on them. Best advice is to portion control, a food scale really helps with this. Limit your intake of any packaged food, sugary drinks/alcohol/caffeine, and make 95% of your meals at home if possible.

    Would also suggest lifting weights and doing a little bit of cardio.

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    With my Water App, I usually end up drinking 110 oz's of water daily aka water diet. Helps a ton!

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