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    Default Losing a few pounds!!...

    Any Recommendations for a weekly diet plan to reduce my BMI??


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    Quote Originally Posted by FitnessJunkie View Post
    Any Recommendations for a weekly diet plan to reduce my BMI??


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    a caloric deficit over time.
    No weekly plan suits every human beign
    find your caloric deficit. try a number of calories and adjust as needed.


    If Cutting Read the following:

    http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/fat...ss-part-1.html
    http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/fat...ss-part-2.html

    I highly suggest you read here regarding your diet:

    http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/fat...s-part-1.html/
    http://www.bodyrecomposition.com/fat...ts-part-2.html

    And also my article regarding fatloss on the site:

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    Follow the info Lazie has given you above, a diet plan given by others is not the answer, people follow diet plans, but quickly get fed up of the same foods over time, you have to learn about foods that given you proteins, carbohydrates and essential fats, then sort the diet out based on what your calorie level should be, and what your body needs
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    Regular exercise and proper diet is more effective for shedding weight .

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    Hi fitness junkie,
    I am glad that you have decided to lose a few pounds by lowering your BMI. Now, you have to stick to a healthy diet. This can be achieved by reducing the number of fats you ingest and checking the number of calories that you consume. Here are the guidelines you need to follow. First, you need to control the number of calories you consume. Second, you need to reduce the daily servings if you have been having three servings, reduce them to 2. Thirdly you need to eat more fruits, whole grain foods and vegetables. Lastly, it is important that you exercise a lot. This way you will manage to keep your BMI within a healthy range. If you are afraid of going to the gym, running for two hours will give you enough exercises.

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    If you want to see results in your BMI, you must stick to a healthy diet. You must keep track of your calories and check on your fat percentage. The size of the serving matters a lot. Eat plenty of fats, cholesterol, and some grains. You must also incorporate exercises. They matter a lot. Exercises will help you check the extra calories and deny the body a chance to convert them into fats. Focus on eating more fruits and vegetables. Whole grains and low-fat Dairy products are the best. Five servings of vegetables and fruits per day; more colorful fruits, dark green spinach and light green iceberg lettuce are recommended.

 

 

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