What a great diet tips question:
Question: 13, male, 5′3, 142 lbs.
so, i don’t eat breakfast usually at "the time".
usually at 9 or 10.
but its whatever i can find… so that doesn’t help.
i don’t eat lunch… i eat at 3 or 4. again, whatever i can eat.
dinner, i don’t eat at "the time". usually at 9…
my diet at least has rice in it everyday..
and leftovers from restaurants…
i drink 4 green tea bags a day. usually one in the morning, 2 midday, and 1 at night.
i don’t drink water as i used to;; maybe 2-3 glasses a day?
fruits- every now and then.
vegetables- ew. no. no way.
advice please? ">>
i bet your going to say its a bad food diet, but instead please tell me a way to eat more and gert my energy for the day and to lose weight?
i eat that.
chocolate every day
both good answers! thanks ! but ill let the crew vote..
thanks your answers helped me!
Answer: It doesn’t matter what time you eat it just matters that you eat at least within the hour that you wake up to start and then in good portions of time throughout the day.
You should be eating
Lean meats, eggs, low fat dairy, seeds/nuts, fruit, vegetables, whole grains, oats, beans, etc.
If it’s a natural food that comes from the Earth chances are it’s healthy. (things like 100 calorie packs and 10 calorie jello may be low in cals. but is NOT healthy at all!!)
Natural/whole foods are the only true healthy things, this isn’t saying you can’t reward yourself with some ice cream or whatever every now and then but it certainly shouldn’t be a part of your every day diet. Good luck!
This week’s question is as follows:
Question: I’ve already got running to the fridge instead of walking, and chewing faster.
Answer: Get knocked up. I’ve lost 13 pounds so far. Actually though, I think I’m still losing the weight because I don’t really eat fast food much anymore. It makes me feel sick.
I just love answering these diet tips questions. Here’s another:
Question: when i wake up every day, all i want to do is workout and do stuff. but at night, i have the worst cravings for food. its so bad that once i start, i cant stop. so the only way i keep on track is by eating low carb high protein meals all day. if i deviate from that at all, i lose control and end up binge eating. how can i convince myself that we dont live to eat, but eat to live???
Answer: I was the same way…2 days ago lmao. Just get obsessed with healthy food. salt is the enemy and so is sugar. Once you get used to the good food your taste buds will change and hate salt and sugar. Like today i had wendys fries and the salt burned my mouth which it usually never does it was so weird but i had to stop eating the fries and go to get a salad lol
A tough diet tips question this week. Let’s dive straight in
Question: Hi, im 14, female/ 5′3ishh about 97-102lbs it changes all the time. Is my weight okay ? cus i sounds pretty skinny but i think i dont look skinny especially my legs/thighs are so fatt-_-
i lovee food but i want to control because i tend to over eat a lot and get stressed. What kind of foods are good for you when u when you’re on a diet ? And some key weight loss tips/advices ? Also, what kind of exercises should i do ? and for thin thighs ?
thank you so much ! (:
Answer: At your age, the best thing to do is try to eat 2-4 servings of fruits and vegetables everyday. Regular exercise (as in 5 times per week) works wonders. Try 20 minutes or so of running, or 30 minutes or so of biking. You’ll be amazed how well these simple things work.
A diet tips question that should definitely interest you all this week
Question: i know thirteen might be ‘too young’ to start a diet but that’s what i wanna do. nothing drastic. just a healthy diet. i was thinking of doing a low-carb diet. and i just need guidelines on what to do. i know an important factor in that diet is to *not eat rice. i am filipino, spanish, and chinese. mostly filipino. and rice is what my family and i eat everyday. with every meal. i am willing to not eat rice. it’s not hard. tips would help tooo.
Answer: Cut out all sugars & starches. No sodas, juices, cookies, candy, cakes, etc. As healthy as fruit may be, it’s natural sugars do not only not promote fat loss, they actually promote fat storage (fructose is the most lipogenic carb).
Make sure half your meals are green non starchy vegs & eat lots of protein & good fats, limit your complex carb portions to no more than your protein portion.
I am adamantly opposed to low calorie dieting because most people lose a good portion of lean tissue (including vital organs like the heart) along with fat stores. There is no nutrition in fat stores, only energy. Most people get impatient and lower their calories and increase their exercise to a point where they lose so much lean tissue that when they return to what was maintenance level eating they are now accumulating more fat stores because their caloric needs have dropped due to the loss of this tissue as well as their metabolism slowing down to work more efficiently on fewer calories & it becomes a vicious cycle of dieting and more loss (including vital organs like the heart). This stress to the vital organs cannot be healthy.