Diet is Just Die With a T
August 18, 2017 10:03am CST
When I saw this image on lovethis pic it fit my mood so close that I just knew I had to use it. It is so very easy to add weight to your body and oh so hard to make it go away. I have4 tried eating right but it seems that those ugly little extra pounds like where they are living. I have even tried what some people claim are fat burning foods. Unfortunately I can only walk a short distance and I have no access to a pool so I am out of luck when it comes to the easy on your body exercises. What is a girl to do? I am going to keep trying. Afterall, this is just a momentary set back having this extra weight. I will conquer it.
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• Green Bay, Wisconsin
18 Aug 17
Look up the diet I'm on. It's Whole30. You're not buying anyone else's food, or paying for a diet plan. You're only eliminating foods from your diet for 30 days. There's a handy grocery list for you to print up and take with you to the grocery store.
@HazySue You are right it is easier to eat what you want and gain weight than lose it. Losing weight is a lot of work. I found diets do not work. You have to find the right program for you that will be good that you can take the weight off and keep it off. Find what is best for you. I gave up things and try and eat less. It takes time.
• United States
18 Aug 17
I'm always battling a few extra pounds and the older I get the harder it is to lose them. I can't walk long distances either because of my knees so my exercise is limited. Hope you conquer your battle and kick those extra pounds to the curb
18 Aug 17
It depends on how much extra fat you have. Women are supposed to have fat (more than men do), and the minimum amount increases with age. The body doesn't really want to get rid of that soft warm tissue. Low/no carb seems effective, but I haven't really tried it myself. Choosing wild/organic local food is important, because you can have all the fruits and veggies you want, but most of the time they lack of the proper nutrients (especially when genetically modified), they're full of empty calories and you end up being hungrier.