Topic: Will I lose weight if I do exactly this?
June 16, 2019 / By Alicia Question:
Ok this is my meal plans for two months (if it works I'll keep going)
breakfast: apple & bowl of cinnimon life
lunch: half of a small snack sized bag of baked potato chips (1 gram of fat) and a salad with tomatoes, purple lettuce, italian dressing, and oyster crackers
Dinner: small bowl of soup (no fatty broth, water mixed with salt) and a small salad
Exercise on wii fit for an hour?
Uel | 2 days ago
Probably, but it sounds incredibly unhealthy especially as you plan to do it for a long period of time. You'd be better to stick to a low calorie diet filled with complex carbs such as sweet potatoes, porridge oat etc, fruit, veg and protien whilst doing your exercise regime.
You'll be less hungry and i suspect much happier in the long run as it can make people quite grumpy if they don't have the right amount of nutrients.
Good luck with it all :o)
Originally Answered: I'm debating on going on a summer diet to lose a lot of weight of at least some. If I eat healthy and stay active will I lose weight read ^?
5' 3" 107 to 140 lbs. 141 to 168 lbs. 169 to 220 lbs.
Get a pedometer, you may be walking all you need in your normal day. [Three, to Ten Miles in a day]
Actual weight loss is from controlling how much you eat, more than what.
I was going on the cheap for meals, and lost 30# in 90 days by accident.
I bought and ate two "Banquet" meals per day (1$US±) plus a regular meal (pizza, cheeseburgers and fries, pasta, etc.)
Drank only iced water or soda water.
No "diet", "low fat", or "no fat" anything. No running, no jogging, no other exercises, either.
I think it might work but i think you should try to exercise other ways like walking a lot and if you walk outside when it is hot you should wear a black bag around your waist under your clothes bc it will make you sweat more.
You will lose weight but this sounds a bit too low fat - maybe you should add a little bit of meat (chicken or turkey) or fish to give you a bit more sustenance
you need to eat 5 SMALL(ish) healthy meals a day. not just three.
and you'll need more variety of foods then that. you'll get tired of that and you need different kinds of vitamins and calcium and things.
good luck :)