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Thread: I've lost 20lb in 3 months no dieting

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    Default I've lost 20lb in 3 months no dieting

    At Christmas I tipped the scales at 17st 11lb 😱
    Today I tipped the scales at 16st 5lb , that's a 20lb loss
    How did I do it with out dieting or starving my self ?
    Easy , eat sensibly at the right times and keep busy (I'm a boredom eater) and keep my stress levels down (comfort eater too )
    I hope to hit 15st by my birthday in early July

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    Eating sensibly is a diet.

    Diet just describes how and what you eat. You can have a bad diet of ice cream for breakfast, and it is still a diet.

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    Congrats! I've been doing the same! But much slower XD

    A little over 30lb loss in 9 months. No exercise just eating better.
    Weight loss isn't as hard as most people make it out to be really.

    No starvation or fad diets needed just some serious self control and constant motivation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charizard005 View Post
    no, no diet?? how could you manage to accomplish that????
    I was told by my health nut of a sister that the key to weight loss is 70% diet 30% exercise. It's pretty simple really by just watching what you eat.
    Don't eat out much, don't eat too much, drink water often, cut out fizzy and sugary drinks (surprisingly this does a lot), watch sugar carb and sodium intake, no junk food, watch out for frozen foods (they usually have a huge amount of sodium), watch out for canned foods, watch out for processed foods, try to cook fresh often and force greens into your diet, don't deep fry or cook in grease, limit sweets and candy, no need to bother with "diet" alternatives of food just be sensible with how much you eat/drink, stuff like that really. It takes a lot of willpower and time but it pays off and is a great healthy way to lose weight without needing to exercise, starve, or count calories.
    Start off small and gradually build yourself up to a healthier lifestyle and you're more likely to succeed. And don't give up! Eventually you'll hit a certain point where it seems like you're not losing any more weight, but don't give up! If you keep at it, you will eventually continue losing weight.

    Bonus tip, drink a full glass of water every time you feel hungry. Sometimes your body will feel hungry when it's actually thirsty and if you're still hungry after that then eat a sensible meal. The water will not only displace space in your stomach but also aid in digestion.

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    This is fabulous to read I am very impressed and happy for you!

    I have to do the same but lack the willpower so far to actually change my eating and drinking patterns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argent View Post
    This is fabulous to read I am very impressed and happy for you!

    I have to do the same but lack the willpower so far to actually change my eating and drinking patterns.
    Driving a 26t 40ft long 13' 11" high 6 wheeler rigid truck helps as well as you can't get in to Mcay D's car park with it or most super market car parks either
    Oh and being broke most of the time mid week
    Just in the middle of cooking a batch of sweet n sour pork up to freeze and take to work

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    Vroom vroom beep beep you get to play in your big truck.
    I did too.
    I i heard they dont pay to well over there a lot of drivers struggling but every one wants UK wages.
    There was a video on YouTube about it.
    Glad your getting slimmed down.

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    You guys are lucky. I have to east sensibly, and very healthy, just to not gain weight. If I eat out, splurge on a candy bar, or even eat a birthday cake, then it all goes to my gut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foxkits View Post
    Vroom vroom beep beep you get to play in your big truck.
    I did too.
    I i heard they dont pay to well over there a lot of drivers struggling but every one wants UK wages.
    There was a video on YouTube about it.
    Glad your getting slimmed down.
    No problem with wages , like all jobs some companies pay better than others
    I take home 400gbp ave a week after tax , my car fuel bill is low as I stay at work and sleep in truck if in yard and its Monday to Friday weekends off
    Bank holidays off paid and paid holidays
    Some of the EE drivers from Bulgaria and Romania only get 3-4 an hour

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