How can I lose fat?

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Glutathione Pathway Profile

Typically with some simple dietary changes.

Don't drink pop or fruit juices, stick to water. Avoid excessive white bread products, eat more vegetables, avoid sugar. Watch out for nutritional information as things like salad dressings often have a lot of sugar.

Simple dietary changes will make a huge difference. Add some exercise to speed up the process.

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Tim Cook answered

First, you must remember that safe, steady weight loss takes time. Don't be fooled by the '30 day' crash diets you see advertised on TV, most people give up on these as being too extreme to follow, or just revert back to bad habits once the diet is over.

I used to be fat, but I lost weight through extra walking. After a few weeks of walking an extra 30 to 60 minutes a day,
I was losing weight quite steadily, especially as I'd reduced my intake of high fat or high in sugar foods like chips and candy bars, eating maybe one a week as a treat instead of one a day out of habit.

If you take up walking, after a while you'll find you can walk further and faster, and this will act as encouragement to stick with the diet. Once you've lost sufficient weight, you'll feel more up to more vigorous exercise such as running (just 10 minutes a day is enough to get you started), or joining in with a team sport. Personally, I wouldn't bother signing up to a gym unless you're serious about bodybuilding. Most of the really beneficial exercises can be done at home or in the park.

As for diet, I always go by the fat content of food, rather than calories, although the two often go hand-in-hand. Always keep nutrition in mind, a diet should not mean starving the body of the goodness it needs. Remember - there's no such thing as junk food, only junk diets.

One more tip - weigh yourself only once a month, perhaps once every 2 weeks if you're getting started, that way you'll
notice the difference more and will be less inclined to give up.

Dancing is a fun way to exercise and can be done at home on your own, so slip on a comfortable t-shirt and join in with this YouTube video:

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Jessica Emily answered

Do cardio at least 3 - 5 times per week and eat smaller meal portions
(not junk) every 2.5 - 3 hrs to keep your metabolism working. There are
other methods as well but these are some basics just to get your
started. I urge you to continue doing ongoing research on the subject to
find out what works best for you. With weight loss techniques,
everything does not always work the same for every 'body'.

Thomas  Dohr Profile
Thomas Dohr answered

Morning exercise is very effective for losing fat..

Helen Taing Profile
Helen Taing answered

It is not tough to lose fat but also not so easy, you need to follow a proper diet and regular exercise. Do cycling daily and eat fruit salad, fresh vegetables and drink more water.

Hulk Joshua Profile
Hulk Joshua answered

Change your diet & eat less fatty foods plus lots of exercise. No eating between meals & try to limit your meals to 2 meals. Let your first meal be the heaviest and the last meal be before 6pm and it should be light.

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Kk polly answered

If you have been dieting and have lost a significant amount of weight, you will have rolls of skin and fat. To get rid of this you can have surgery; but lose it naturally, it is imperative to build muscle, specifically in your problem areas. 

To prevent getting rolls of excess skin and fat from the beginning, you need to lose weight primarily from exercise and not dieting.

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