if only i knew the answer. what are you doing to try and lose it? Because your body wants to gain weight, not lose it. It will help you put on pounds and fight you shedding them. Your body is thrifty and hates to spend calories but loves to store them away. And, extra fat is your calorie savings account. You can trick it though, into thinking that it needs to break more calories out of store. Skip sugars that spike blood sugar, and try to eat a small, light meal or go running first thing. The sooner you get started doing things in the am the sooner you get your metabolism into daytime mode. Eat you biggest meal for lunch and you will be burning that up during the day and a smaller meal for dinner, but early. Try not to eat within the three hours before bed. Think of daytime metabolism as having higher calorie taxes, so you want to spend as many calories during the daytime as possible and store as few at night. Fiber (soluble and in-soluble) are good for you and make you feel fuller longer, but drink more water with more fiber, you'll need it. And proteins, whole grain starches, and fruits/veggies (especially uncooked or lightly cooked) are harder to digest, you actually use a very high percent of the calories each day on digesting, so you spend more to get the food value out than on cooked white starches and sugars. And, it seems that calcium helps keep a slimmer figure so have a yogurt or some skim milk or a little cheese each day. Sitting slows you down, even if you have a sitting job, go for a walk in the am and when you get home (but not before bed bc you need to let your body wind down before you sleep) and use water/cigarette breaks to take a chort 5-10 min walk or stretch or whatever you have space and time for, just to the the blood moving and keep that metabolism going strong. Lastly, weights build muscle and muscle has a high caloric maintenance fee. Every pound of muscle can help burn a lot more calories when it is in motion throughout the day but it also burns a lot more when you are sleeping. Although muscle weighs more than fat so you might not find the weight difference that dramatic. Skip the scales and buy a tape measure. Good luck!
because once you lose the weight lots of the time you start gaining back your bad eating habits. or if you lose weight too fast you will regain it
If you gained any weight while on the pill, once you stop taking it you will most likely lose the same amount you gained, due to the hormones that are increased, when taking the pill. However, this can depend on your diet, as well as the type of birth control you are taking.
yes, you can but it is not recommended. if you lose weight all at once you may fall seriously ill.
You lose everything once your dead, with the exception of your teeth and skeleton.
My experience with Wellbutrin was yes, it helped me lose weight that I had gained on other anti-depressants. I had been taking EFFEXOR for a long time and kept gaining weight. I was switched to Celexa and told that it shouldn't make me gain weight. I continued to gain weight on the Celexa. I also had sexual side effects. The doctor switched me to Wellbutrin. I had gained 20 lbs. since starting SSRI's. Once I stopped taking those and switched to Wellbutrin, I lost 10 lbs. easily. The other 10 I had to work at to take off, but it came off! On the SSRI's it seemed like no matter what I did to lose weight it wouldn't work. Hope this helps!
no you cant you will starve your self
It all depends on your hormones. Some people lose weight when they get thyroids, while some people gain. My sister lost a lot of weight before she found out she had a hormone imbalance, but once she started taking medication she gained all of it back.
It is difficult to lose weight very fast and trying to do so at a rate of more than one or two pounds a week can be very bad for your health. If you want to lose weight why not do so under the advice of a qualified medical practitioner (a nurse, doctor or dietitian) who will advise you how to do this and more importantly how to change your lifestyle to keep the weight off once you have lost it. For more, look at the question below "how to lose about 10 pounds in 12 days", it'll help.
I not sure, but I don't see why you wouldn't.
You only have to starve once and you won't care about weight any more.
i was wondering the same thing..not sure
If taking Prozac made you lose weight, then yes, you may regain the weight once you go off of it.
The extra fat in your face will disappear once YOU lose weight altogether!! SIMPLE by exercising and watching what you eat.:] hope that helps!! It worked 4 me!!*** I<3yuh!!;)
I don't know of any gift that will help her lose weight quickly. Since she did not gain it all at once it is unrealistic to lose it all at once. Maybe you can get her a lifestyle diet book that will allow her to fashion healthy eating habits with exercise that will let her lose sensibly.
Weight loss is just not attributed to eating less ... to properly lose the weight, one needs to increase their personal exercise levels.
Both at once, and get plenty of rest.
of course you will but you will get hungry. XD
If you make diet changes, too, then yes.
not just once
You will probably lose water and muscle and gain more fat as your body will go into starvation mode and store fat. The best way to lose weight is to eat 6 small meals throughout the day.
eat healthy, fruits and vegtables are good for you . also , to lose weight you have to move get some excersize once in awhile go run,jog,dance,and zumba are great ways to lose weight they are also very fun .
It depends on however much you do exercise and dieting. If you do more of exercising and dieting, you may tend to lose weight fast.
doo alot of weight lifting and runnin and stay away from fats and oils