How to reduce weight without cutting down on food intake???

India
February 21, 2007 10:04am CST
how to reduce weight without cutting down on food intake Is it possible????
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8 responses
@aiguy01 (589)
• United States
21 Feb 07
Increase cold water intake to force body to raise water temperature to body temperature burning calories. Increase hot spicy foods for metabolic increase of 10% Increase exercise to maximize calories burnt
@maryannemax (12172)
• Sweden
21 Feb 07
i do agree with the second and the third advices. increasing hot spicy food amounts and exercise. but is it true about drinking more cold water. it does not work for me. what works for me is taking in lukewarm water.
@aiguy01 (589)
• United States
21 Feb 07
The more temperature diffirence between the water and body temperature the more calories which need to be burnt to raise the water temperature to body temperature.
• India
21 Feb 07
Hey never knew about this will definately try it out..
@maryannemax (12172)
• Sweden
21 Feb 07
yep. i do think it is possible for as long as you convert most of your time in physical works. atleast go to the gym and spend an hour there having cardiovascular, weights and other forms of exercise. walk everyday or jog. move around the house. if you don't want to cut down the food that you take in, it's better to do the things above. trimming down excess weight won't happen in an instant. it will take time to get the effects. but in the long run, it's beneficial.
@maryannemax (12172)
• Sweden
21 Feb 07
as i may add, drink plenty of water, too. lukewarm if possible. avoid cold drinks.
• India
21 Feb 07
hey thanx a lot for the tips will definately try it...
@anup12 (4181)
• India
23 Feb 07
I think you need to work out,physical exercises should be tried,walking will help.A bit of physical exercises will take you in a long way.
@mmiller26 (1932)
• Canada
22 Feb 07
It's all about choices. You can eat one Twinkie or you can have twelve cups of broccoli. It's entirely possible to eat all day long and still lose weight. You just need to make the right choices. A healthy diet consisting of leafy green veggies, lean meats and whole grains and getting exercise each day will reduce weight. Not only that, but since you're encouraged to eat every 3-4 hours to keep your metabolism going strong, you'll find that you're rarely hungry. In some cases, you'll find that you're actually eating MORE than you were before, but since you're eating healthier foods with more nutrition and less calories, you'll still be losing weight. I know this, because I lost over 100 lbs stuffing my face. lol.
• United States
22 Feb 07
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@lauriefnp (5112)
• United States
21 Feb 07
It might be possible for somebody who eats a reasonably healthy diet and starts to exercise vigorously, which will burn up a lot of calories. Overall, for most of us, I would have to say that this is pretty much impossible. Most people are overweight because they consume too many calories and do not burn enough calories through exercise. A combination of a healthy diet with reduced calories and increased activity and exercise is required in order to lose weight.
@Drazzilb (308)
• Canada
21 Feb 07
Yes you just have to substitute foods that are healthier for you.
@mobyfriend (1019)
• Netherlands
21 Feb 07
Sure what you have to reduce is the amount of fat and sugar in your food. It's not about cutting down on food but about finding the right food.