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Yes it def is 80% diet and 20% exercise so do cut back on size of meals, cut out ‘bad’ foods.. introduce heaps of fruit veg and lean meat protein etc. Goodluck
I have found portion size was the key for me. Over eating has been a long term problem for me.
I can manage very small portions without starving as long as I have high protein, low carb, high veg mixes. I bought small plastic containers for meal size portions, which I have found a very effective way of removing the risk of overeating.
I cook bulk meals and freeze those small portions. Casseroles, mince and veg mixes, including some diced potato, and a lot of one pan meals.
Sometimes I will have one of those small portion containers for lunch, as well as one for dinner.
I walk a fair bit, but otherwise do not exercise.
If I control myself I can lose a tenth of a kilo a day, for a couple of months, then take a break for a month, and then back on the wagon.
And yes, I gave up my beloved lattes, and chocolate; that was really tough.
Look up low carb high fat, or Keto. I've lost over 30kg to get to a reasonable weight, and I've done very minimal exercise.
Personally I have to do both, to lose weight by food alone I have to do very low calories and once I return to normal it comes back.
I am now on the csiro week being diet and it has been amazing, feeling a lot healthier and losing around 1kg per week. It is high protein, low carb and I have found really easy to stick to.
I am also walking between 20 - 30km per week. I see this as a lifestyle change and not a diet.
Absolutely you can lose more weight we diet than exercise but with the two combined it'll happen faster.
Yes definitely can. Just don’t eat things from packets. Cool everything from scratch . No animal product (it’s toxic to humans). You can do this !! You won’t regret it either ! Goodluck
I have witnessed first hand what simple chsnges can do for weightloss! My father stopped drinking take away coffees, soft drink, juice and flavoured milks. He literally just stopped that. Still drank water and instant coffee or tea at home. He lost about 5kilo in the first couple of weeks and within a few months it was really noticeable. I believe he has lost about 20 kilo so far. You dont realise how many calories you can drink. So definitely look at your diet as whole including what you drink. Alcohol for example is FULL of calories and sugars.