By exercising and eating a balanced diet! - Balanced diets include... *A good amount of protein, wheat/fiber, vitamins/fruit and vegetables! Also, eat 3 meals a day If you don't see any results, you could - *See a doctor for professional advice *Try eating slightly smaller proportions of your meals - maybe your consuming too much too fast. This can cause Diabetes, obesity and other health problems. DO NOT - *Don't over exercise you'll only get into another crazy issue for your body or mind and cause physical and emotional problems to develop. * Don't expect losing weight to be extremely easy, if you think this, you won't be determined, and that's the key! *WARNING : DO NOT EVER EVER EVER EVER Eat fast food every day, every other day, or every week. Once every 2 weeks is fine (But if you tend to store a lot of fat I recommend NEVER eating fast food), but limit to the food that you eat. Have someone go with you, so you both can have fun spending time together, and also having their opinion on what is healthy, and what isn't. Make sure you - *Keep up the good work! *Stick to a routine! (Eat what at what time, or any other organizing skills) This is not a professional answer. Please contact your doctor for more info on how to lose weight safely and make sure to listen to their opinions!.
If you tend to store a lot of fat on your body then you will need to work even harder. Also if you starve yourself then your metabolism will not be functioning properly and it will make it HARDER to lose weight. I suggest a professional if you gain weight at a quick rate.
HOW DO YOU LOSE BODY FAT
So, how do you lose body fat?
Well, you lose body fat through cardiovascular exercise and by eliminating refined processed carbohydrates (apart from an occasional treat). If you are unsure what these foods are, you will find a page link leading to a list at the bottom of this answer. You will also find page links to three free Cardiovascular (cardio) exercise plans (one easier plan, one harder plan, one intense plan) at the bottom of this answer.
Refined processed carbohydrates are a major cause of Heart disease, insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, unwanted body fat, obesity, and many other diet related diseases and conditions.
Replace those foods with more of the so-called ' fat burning' foods and take advantage of the wonderful thermic effect of these nutritious foods. If you are unsure what these foods are, you will find a page link leading to a list at the bottom of this answer. Drink plenty of water to enable your body to properly process these foods,
Cardio exercise and the above changes in eating habits is the secret. A balanced diet includes quality protein, beneficial fats and oils, fiber in the form of plenty of leafy green (non-starchy) vegetables, a very moderate amount of low carbohydrate fruits such as berries (remember that fruit is high in fructose (sugar), and exclude all refined processed carbohydrates from your diet (apart from a rare treat). In addition, do not consume more calories than you spend.
Moreover, your calories should not come from refined processed carbohydrates. (See the list at the bottom of this answer. You can increase the amount of calories spent by cardio exercise, leading a more active lifestyle, and adding weight/strength training if you are able.
Weight/strength training will build more muscle and muscle burns more calories (don't worry you don't need to build huge muscles) Muscle is your Metabolic Furnace that will burn calories 24 hours per day and not just when you are exercising. This will also enable you to eat more food, withing reason, without gaining weight
Rather than eat three meals per day eat several small meals throughout the day. This will help to avoid hunger and food cravings. You will not be eating more food you will simply be spreading it throughout the day.
You need to be determined, especially if you have a degree of insulin resistance. Nowadays many people do have a degree of insulin resistance, often without being aware of it. If you are insulin resistant, you will tend to gain weight easily and find it harder to lose weight than many other people do. If you suspect that, you are insulin resistance (insulin resistance can range from mild to intense) than you may need to count both carbohydrates and calories in order to lose weight. If you are insulin resistant, you will most certainly have to count carbohydrates and avoid all refined processed carbohydrates.
(If you have become so insulin resistant that you have developed type 2 diabetes (which can often be reversed by a low carbohydrates diet, no refined processed carbohydrates, and cardio exercise), first consult with you own physician before changing your eating or exercise habits.)
HOW DO YOU LOSE BODY FAT SUMMARY:
To lose body fat, and, moreover, for optimum health, eliminate or strictly limit refined processed carbohydrates. Replace those foods with more 'fat burning' foods and take advantage of the thermic effect of these foods. In addition, engage in regular cardio exercise. Cardio exercise is an excellent way to burn body fat. There are three free cardio exercise plans to get you started (one easier plan, one harder plan, one intense plan) further down this page. The plans will show you how to do it correctly for fat burning.
So, for the free lists, charts and plans to show you how to do it, use the page links listed below.
It's possible to lose body fat with a treadmill, as long as you also watch what you eat.
It feeds of the body fat which makes you lose weight
You need to lose 3500 calories to lose one pound of body fat.
If you lose body fat, then the usual way for the waste to leave your body is through sweating or bodily functions (e.g. excretion).
You can't target a spesific area to lose fat, the body decides which fat goes first.
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If you were to lose only muscle mass, your total weight would decrease, but your body fat percentage would increase, as you'd be a greater percent body fat.
no, you cant spot reduce!! but it will help you to lose fat all over your body
If you eat less, your body will lose fat first. If you continue to eat less, your body will eventually burn all of the fat and then will begin to burn muscle. Yes, you will eventually lose muscle.
You will lose body fat more quickly and more effectively if you incorporate exercise into your daily routine. You can lose some fat by diet alone, but fast fat loss will not follow unless you starve yourself (not recommended).
Your body feeds on your fat which does not mean you lose weight it's your hunger that feed off your fat enzymes in your body.
there is no way
that depends on the body fat percentage now
Yes. They basically eat themselves alive via body fat.
If you want to lose body fat from them, you will just have to do cardiovascular exercise and eat only healthy food. You cannot choose where you lose body fat from, only your body can decide.
Yes sweating is part of the process for losing body fat.
take a water with you and run 3 miles a day in 6 weeks you will lose some fat
The only way to lose fat off of one specific body part is through liposuction. Exercise cannot spot reduce fat. The only way to lose fat off of a specific area without surgery is to lower the overall body fat percentage of your entire body through diet and exercise.
If you aren't eating, your body will eat the muscle fat before it eats the body fat. Don't try to not eat for the purpose of losing weight. You won't lose the body fat, and you will become very unhealthy.
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yess you will lose boob size because the fat that you want to lose starts from the top of youre body and really boobs have heaps of fat in them!
if your body fat is already low losing more weight is dangerous and can be deadly. your body needs fat. you need to gain weight not lose weight. remember muscle weights more than fat so if you must lose more weight be a little more lazier and lose muscle tone but in my opipion that is dumb
You can't lose just the arm fat, you will lose fat from all over your body :) To lose any fat, you will need to do 20+ minutes of cardio exercise a day. And eat less! Count your calories~
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You can't choose where on your body you want to lose fat. This is called "Spot Reduction" and it is not possible. Your body strategically places and removes fat from your body for optimal survival. If you want to remove fat from a certain part of your body you need to consume less calories than you expend. Do this for a period of time and eventually you will lose fat from where you want to.