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annakevin22 12-22-2013 03:17 PM

Should i continue with this diet
 
Just to share with you I have been working on a strict diet of chicken, soup and juices and I am using these tablets to increase my metabolism advancednutrition .co. The soup is really simple it is boiled vegetables and chicken strips, the chicken is boiled in water and I am drinking a lot of grape fruit juice. I am targeting a loss of 30 pounds in 2 months.

Kathy13118 12-22-2013 05:17 PM

What advice has your doctor given you? The reason I ask is that the diet you describe does not seem nutritionally sound.

onedayperfection 02-25-2014 03:34 AM

My weight loss goals is similar I want to lose 50 pounds in 6 months. I've noticed that smaller and more meals helps boost metabolism and helps promote weight loss. Eat veggies but not corn or potatoes too much weight is gained by them, eat fruit its a great boost for workouts and eat a variety of meats its good for you to have multiple food groups. Limiting yourself to any small group of foods is not healthy or responsible and the results will be painfully short lived. So far I've lost 10 pounds in a little over a month and I've changed my diet to raw organics and strict exercise. I avoid pills of any kind they don't help in my opinion. From what you described I advise you to talk to a nutritionist because your diet is no good. If your going to drink juice make your own and add things like cucumber, wheat grass, and spinach. Juices that they sell in retail stores are filtered and pasteurized and have too much sugars that are naturally in fruit. You want as raw as healthfully possible and water, avoid grains and sugars they are the enemy and only to be a treat. :) hope this was helpful

Deliverance14 03-01-2014 12:34 AM

Increase Your Metabolism -- And Start Losing Fat

One such time is during exercise, but it’s difficult to exercise all the time, especially if you’re stuck at a desk all day. Luckily, your body requires extra energy at other times, too, such as during the first hour or two after intense exercise like interval training and weight lifting. This is called the “afterburn” effect, Berardi says, and it can last for up to 24 hours. Strength training with heavier than usual weights uses up energy, too -- in order to repair small (healthy) muscle tears.

Top 5 ways to boost your metabolism naturally

Diet is 80% activity is 20%? Rapid loss may require more effort than boosting your metabolism.

In the next few weeks, months how many hours will be spent burning those extra lbs?

Be realistic with your goals including your diet. It took a long time to put on the weight?

Best of luck.


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