Topic: Will this help me lose weight?
April 24, 2019 / By Bryanna Question:
I am over weight and i want to become healthier, i am 14 years old. Two days ago i rode my bike 8 miles, yesterday i rode my bike 10 miles. I can easily go longer but i got lost and had to come home for dinner. I was wondering if what i have been doing will help me to lose weight if I continue to do it, or will something else work better? I cant run because i forgot my gym shoes at my moms house but when i go there i plan on starting to run. Would walking be a good thing to do as well as biking? I have changed my diet to granola bars, salads, string cheese, lean meats, whole grain pastas, lots of greens, and i don't like soda so all my life i have only had water and milk and juice. Any Advice?
Allannah | 5 days ago
That would definitely all help you lose weight. Last year all I did was eat a lot healthier like you, and my only exercise was walking, I walked (really fast) for about 40-45 min each day 6-7 days a week, which was about 2.5 miles. Sometimes I would do the route twice. But just doing that I lost 25 pounds in a couple months. Keep it up, don't cheat. If you do cheat very rarely, don't beat yourself up about it and give up, just keep going. Good luck :)
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“A table, a chair, a bowl of fruit and a violin; what else does a man need to be happy?” Albert Einstein
The Einstein Diet...
Lemon water, with the lemons coming from freshly squeezed lemons, which will help detox the body of excess fat and toxins.
A variety of raw high carb/low fat fruit (do not juice or blend, because chewing properly is important for digestion due to amylase).
Must have green grapes and ambrosia apples 24/7.
Vegetables/legumes are 2nd best, but may be needed due to finance or type 1 diabetes, in which case, I'd suggest getting a variety of salad recipes.
Sprouted grains are 3rd best, but may be needed due to finance.
*No meat and no cheese is a must, but if a person has trouble with not eating meat: shrimp/prawns, lobster & crab are the easiest meats to digest.
*Proper sleep, hydration, fresh air 24/7, eating sufficient carbs, and cardio (at least walking) is a must.
Putting on excess weight takes time, as does losing excess weight