- Apr 22, 2013
This is very good, because side effects of these products appear in the future !!!
Hello. For several years, I have a problem with unwanted pounds. I don't have time for sports, for this I tried several diets, but didn't achieve any result. Give me advice on what to do! Thank you!
THanks good tipsWow, that is a difficult one. I am not a dietitian and can only speak of personal experience.
I used Duromine for a total of 5 months. It was hard in the beginning with a few side effects but got better after 2 weeks and after that no problems at all except dry mouth - which is good, force you to drink water.
Eating wise small meals and as healthy as you can. The D did not take my appetite away completely but I did not have any cravings. It helped me to get into a healthy way of eating which I continue.
Exercise wise I am not big on that, but you do have to get some done. Even if it is just a 30min walk 4 to 5 times a week.
People have different opinions, some say you only have to watch what you eat and you will lose weight while other believe exercise is vital. Just try to stick to a midway - little of each and see what works for you.
Also read through all the posts and success stories on here and you will get a good idea of what other people do.
I think the most important thing is the mind shift - you really need to WANT to lose weight.
Good Luck and ask any questions any time!
It is not a pharmaceutical product like Duromine which is regulated, but a supplement. There are amazing supplements available but you have to make sure that the manufacturer is legitimate with a good track record like USN. The problem with some supplements is that they are not bound to the strict regulations as pharmaceuticals, so you do not always know what they contain and in what quantities.
Just do you research before using any supplement.
Hi Mouhamed 22,Loosing weight is not as difficult a goal as one might think it is all a matter of awareness and implement ad ,the means of loose weight.
Therefore,if you adopt good daily habits,and gradually stop your old bad habits. If you follow daily routines in terms of physical exercises or nutrition and if you hold these actions over time, you will have results!
In the first,try to change your eating habits,eat only when you are hungry and eat less quickly. If you cannot change your diet or do not have satisfactory results, you should consult a dietician.
Try to eat healthy (especially avoid sugar), such as green vegetables, fruits. Avoid fruit juices,but also cereals, fast food etc.
I will wanted to try to bring you solutions that you can test in order to finally take control of yourself.
You can consult the following videos which will teach you to lose weight through physical exercises.
If you have good results, thanks to these videos, you can share your progress with me via my email address which is the following:
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To keep it simple, I would say:
1: Start to pay attention to what’s on the back of every box/can you buy. A lot of processed food is way more calorie dense than you think it is.
2: Avoid carbs and sugar. Don’t deprive yourself unreasonably, just pick low-content alternatives. Sugar is literally addictive and most people don’t realise how much it controls their life until they try to stop eating it - that’s almost a different journey to mere weight loss.
3: Movement is good but exercise isn’t worth it if it makes you unhappy.
if you enjoy exercise? Great! Do it. Every little bit helps. But if doing it makes you unhappy or resentful or otherwise likely to give up, don’t force it. The most comprehensive numbers I could find in terms of calories-burned-per-hour and estimates of likely improved metabolic rates just weren’t even close to worth it for me. That said, think of ways you could add more movement into life in an easy way. Taking the stairs rather than the lift, walking to the shops and bus/Uber home (or walking back, if load is light), getting off the bus one stop early or parking in a further, cheaper car park and walking the rest of the way to work etc.
Disclaimer: the above tips come from someone who thinks enjoying life is more important than losing weight and so has taken a good two years to lose 30kg.