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Ok, where are you carbs. You need to increase your carbs but make them low GI carbs.

If you want to do this it is for life so you need to totally change your way of eating and exercising. This is not a diet rather than a healthy eating plan for life. So no more talking diet cause it means time limit.

Here are the golden rules:
Initially cut down to 1500 calories.
Exercise 6 times per week for 1 hours a day. Do three weight sessions and three cardio sessions.
Don't eat carbs after 4pm, never eat carbs within 2 hours of exercise or within 1 hour of exercise.
Drink 3 litres of water per day. You can have a green tea at the end of the day.
Limit your fruit in take to 2 pieces per day.
Never eat dinner after 6pm.
Adopt of low GI eating plan this is sustainable for life!
Make low fat dairy choices

Follow this menu plan as a suggestion:
Breakfast 7am - 1 cup hot water w lemon
20 minutes later have a bowel of oats w water (no honey) OR
fruit salad w low GI soy yogurt
Snack 10am - pear or apple (both low GI)
Lunch 12.30pm - muligrain roll w 100g tuna & salad (no butter)
Snack 3pm - low GI yogurt OR skim/soy berry smoothie (no honey or banana) plenty of ice, 1/2 cup skim milk & 1/4 cup yogurt
Dinner 5.30pm - 120g grilled lean fish/prawns/meat (not fried) w spinach salad & mixed vegies (no whites, carbs) OR 3 egg white omlette with ham, cheese and tomato
Snack - 1 scoop of low cal low fat ice cream (if hungry)

Exercise is must be intense. Refer to www.bodybuilding.com for your weights routine. You can do a circuit class but this counts as one weights session. Never do weights two consecutive days have a cardio day in between.

Cardio needs to include running, boxing and spin. If your classes are less than 1 hour top it up with cardio before and after classes. You get the most benefits from exercise when your body is totally fatigued and this is when you see changes.

To maintain you can increase calories to 1800 and reduce exercise sessions to 3-4 times per week. If weight creeps up again due to holiday period etc.. go back to 1500 cal and 6 sessions again.

Good luck it worked for me it can work for anyone.

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Yes, your body is detoxing. You should start feeling better soon! The better you eat, the better you will feel.

yes. Because your body is too used to an overload of sugars, and now it has to work again to get the energy out of your food.

I believe it is normal, specially if your body was very used to get tons of sugary (carbohydrates) foods. You might be going through a period of withdrawal where your body will ask for the "usual" food in any way it can.
You just have to remember that eating healthy does not mean starve yourself but rather eating healthy food in a balanced amount.

I agree with the above answers. Be sure you are kind to your body during this time of transition and cleansing.. Get your 8 hours of sleep and plenty of rest for a few more days. Drink 8 glasses of pure water each day. go for a brisk walk each day. this will help you through the detox.

Don't give up. You are really doing yourself a favor!

yes that is normal. you body is detoxing. Just keep it up and you will feel better

hi :) this is what i did to lose weight. am not sure what kind of diet you are in.. but whatever you do. you should never starve or eat lesser than your body requires. if you do so , your body will lose energy and result in giddiness, tiredness and a number of other problems. if you've been eating normal and you suddenly cut down on your intake. its bad for your body. when the body doesnt get the usual amount of energy it usually does , you'll face a lot of problems. when you are dieting it is very important to eat right.. otherwise you might even end up putting on more weight. you need to reduce your intake gradually. if you reduce it drastically, the body metabolism rate will go down and you will start putting on weight though you eat lesser than usual.so , the key is to eat right and stay healthy.

i lost 10 kgs in about 5 months time. i am getting married in august and i desperately needed to loose weight. i was 65 kilos when i started. according to my BMI , i was 10kgs + overweight. i stand 5'2.odd and 65 kilos is grossly overweight.

just dieting wont help like i found out in my case. diet + exercise will do the trick.

i'll tell you what i did. it worked for me. hope it works for you too :)

the trick is not to starve but to eat smart :) and stay healthy :)

what you should cut down :
oil , butter , cheese , margarine , mayonisse , sauces (depends , will get back to that a bit later), chips , crisps, nuts , chocolates , sugar , cola, fizz , areated drinks ,ice creams , chocolate , alcohol , cakes and everything else thats hi - cal. you'll need to avoid everything thats sweet , oily and sticky. if you are not sure about what foods to avoid. check the net.loads of info available.

vegetables / meat to avoid :
potatoes - very very important , beetroot (its a root and has concenterated sugar in it) , all kinds of roots basically except carrot. avoid lamb, mutton , pork , beef, and prawns. all these put on weight. eat only lean meats. thats fish and chicken.. avoid eating egg yolk. eat just the egg white.

fruits to avoid :
mangoes , bananas , jackfruit


now that we had a look at what foodstuff is to be avoided.you might be wondering if there is anythig at all that you can eat. thats how i felt. there is loads of stuff you can eat actually :)

here they come :)

fast foods are a big no no. you can order salads and special lo cal foods that are avaailable in most outlets.

its best to eat at home for the period you are dieting and trying to lose weight.after those few months. once you've shed your load.you can get back to your usual lifestyle. of course with some caution.


my diet.
breakfast:

skimmed milk (use skimmmed milk , is low in fat , other typer of milk are higher in fat content) , fruit. i am from India. am not sure where you are from and hence you might not understand certain food types we consume here. but let me tell you something. Indian food is very very oily and very difficult to diet.

and try cereal in the mornings. weetabix. etc. have a good breakfast.alwaays use brown bread. whole wheat brown bread is very good for weight reduction.


for lunch , we are staple rice eaters. rice is bad for fat reduction. but i still took rice because its a habit tht cant be changed. everyone takes rice here. so. rice - one cup - 100gms and lots of veggies cooked in less oil.. and absolutely no coconut and curry with less oil. all in all keep your oil intake to 2 tea spoons everyday. that would be just for seasoning. also using olive oil helps a lot.


then for dinner. compulsarily have wheat. pasta is a good option.but make sure you buy wheat pasta. check before buying. and of course in pasta absolutely no sauces. some varities of sauces are acceptable. as far as they dont have cheese , butter , oil ,mayonisse and fattening substances in general. you can use tomato spicy sauces etc. make sure your sugar intake doesnt cross 2 - 3 spoons per day. (not tablespoons) and no butter and ghee of course. eat a lot of fruits and vegetables. and all kinds of cereal. if you are hungry. eat a fruit. or you can eat stuff like puffed wheat and puffed rice. but no puffed corn. corn products again put on weight.


eat sandwiches as much as possible. i dont know which part of the world you are from and hence cant suggest much for you in terms of recepies.

and combined with dieting. you need to excercise for atleast an hour everyday. you'll see the difference.defenitely. if you think gym is boring. take up dance classes. or run along the beach. if you have one. or skate. or just about any physical activity. brisk walking will also help.
the key is to stay healthy while you diet and lose weight.

drink loads of water.atleast 6 glasses per day. and do a lot of physical activity.. take the stairwy instead of the lift.. and small things like that.
if you have any more queries.mail me. cheers :) and good luck :) its not difficult.you'll get used to it in a few days. and of course the results are fab:) who doesnt want a great looking body.

you can get back to your normal lifestyle once you slim down. after that. its just eating what you like and burning it out the next day with just a little bit of excercise :)
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personal exp :)
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