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Starting a diet, these are my problems... Ideas?

 
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Re: Starting a diet, these are my problems... Ideas?
do it gradually

eat healthier

also eat say 6 small meals of average calorie size a day instead of say 3 larger meals

snack on nuts instead of sweets

take baby steps

it took you years to get unfit so you aren't going to get fit in weeks/months

don't get disheartened, make small changes and stick with them
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Drink green tea.
Lots of it.
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What's old in dieting is new. Calorie count 1200 calories or less per day. You'll burn weight just sitting on your tush. Calculate your BMR. Google BMR calculator. Everyone knows how to eat sensible.

You indicated you are in bad health. Go slowly. Get on the treadmill and walk. Build up to 30 minutes a day. Or just walk around your neighborhood. Listen to your body. Your blood pressure will rise with any activity, so don't freak out and measure it right after the gym.

Start with light free weights. Use the machines first, then build up to free weights. You may want to consult a trainer.

It really only takes about two weeks straight for your body to feel better and function better.

Above all, ask your doctor if it's safe for you to do a low weight resistance, cardio training regimen.

It's not that hard once you get into the swing of it. I've gone fat to fit more times than I can count.
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This is a great thread especially for this time of year, so much good solid information.


Loved the two videos someone posted up thread. I am a personal trainer/RN thought I knew it all but these videos were very enlightening!
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So I am going to go on a diet starting tommorrow but right now Im kinda up in the air on what diet I should go on. I been having alot of health problems let me describe these...

1: If I do anything physical *run/liftweights* I am severly sore for a good week afterwards.

2: I have these stomach cramps, cramps on my side *above and below rib cage*.

3: Bumps all over the place, scalp, stomach and underarms. I also noticed some of these bumps have what to appear to be small hairs growing out of them that can be easily pulled out but will come right back.

4: Blood pressure is high.

What is the best diet I can go on that is going to help me lose weight fast *and healthy* and lower my blood pressure because I need to lose a good 100 pounds.

Thanks for the help.
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Ok, first of all...if you have high BP, take your meds and see your doc regularly. Never run out of meds. Ever.Next, ask your doc what he/she advises for your physical situation. If you have limitations per your physician's advice, obey these restrictions.

Sounds like you need to cleanse your system given your data regarding the bumps and such. I AM NOT A DOCTOR...but I would advise you to drink a lot of water, eat as cleanly as possible (omit sugars, processed foods, processed meats, fast foods, hydrogenated oils and fats, junk foods, sweets, and sodas) and try to take your foods as close to their natural state as possible. Take a psyllium supplement to get things moving out of your system. Research some other cleansing supplements and see if any of them sound good to you.

I can't say that I have ever been overweight in my life, but I have lost 10 lbs. of dead weight by kicking alcohol out of my life (empty calories), ending my fast food addiction and vowing to never eat that garbage again, and doing my best to stay away from junk foods. I admit, I'm still a sucker for doritos and butter cookies, but they are not my daily or weekly foods. More like a treat every now and then.

Learn how to like RAW vegetables. This is a biggie. I now snack on bags of those vegetable medleys, with raw cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots. I just eat them like they are chips. It took me a long time to like them.

Tea. Hot or cold...DO NOT USE SUGAR. Drink it. It's good for your metabolism. I recommend pu-erh or green.

Do what you can so far as exercise. Walking is good. I did enough running in the military and unless a rotweiller of the holice are chasing me, I am not planning on doing anyone's running. The shit is overrated anyway. You can get the same benefits walking. Start easy and take it slow. Incorporate some push ups, bicycles, pull ups and squats as you get more and more fit. It will tone you up.

Good luck.
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^^All of this^^ - good post!

Triple Leaf Detox Tea (Whole Foods) is excellent to drink daily. Cleanses your body and promotes healthy skin. rose
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Do not touch ONIONS GARLIC PEPPER ALCOHOL they are all toxic and kill all the bacteria including good in your system. (people don't realize this at all) Eliminate wheat, SUGAR and go on a celiac type of diet. Use only Himalayan salt..You will feel a million times better after only 1 WEEK.
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Man, those are some of my fav food additions, especially spicy peppers (hotter the better). Any links on this?
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So I am going to go on a diet starting tommorrow but right now Im kinda up in the air on what diet I should go on. I been having alot of health problems let me describe these...

1: If I do anything physical *run/liftweights* I am severly sore for a good week afterwards.

2: I have these stomach cramps, cramps on my side *above and below rib cage*.

3: Bumps all over the place, scalp, stomach and underarms. I also noticed some of these bumps have what to appear to be small hairs growing out of them that can be easily pulled out but will come right back.

4: Blood pressure is high.

What is the best diet I can go on that is going to help me lose weight fast *and healthy* and lower my blood pressure because I need to lose a good 100 pounds.

Thanks for the help.
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Dude go organic vegan.... just google vegan athletes and you will be amazed.... googel Cornell University plant based nutrition too....
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Re: Starting a diet, these are my problems... Ideas?
So I am going to go on a diet starting tommorrow but right now Im kinda up in the air on what diet I should go on. I been having alot of health problems let me describe these...

1: If I do anything physical *run/liftweights* I am severly sore for a good week afterwards.

2: I have these stomach cramps, cramps on my side *above and below rib cage*.

3: Bumps all over the place, scalp, stomach and underarms. I also noticed some of these bumps have what to appear to be small hairs growing out of them that can be easily pulled out but will come right back.

4: Blood pressure is high.

What is the best diet I can go on that is going to help me lose weight fast *and healthy* and lower my blood pressure because I need to lose a good 100 pounds.

Thanks for the help.
 Quoting: Inthetrees 29553864


I'll break these down in order.

1)This is caused by several things. First if you're really out of shape, the lack of blood flow to the cells is limited, so keep this in mind. It will take you a long time to correct this. Do cardiovascular for short durations at first. Secondly, the lactic acid causes the soreness, which is from oxygen deprivation in the first place. Give yourself a year or more to properly ease into vigorous exercise.

2) This sounds like chronic bowel inflammation. Gluten is often responsible for this condition. Read up on gluten free eating habits. Take a good mineral supplement daily and use magnesium oil daily for trans-dermal absorption. Magnesium helps clear up chronic and long standing stomach and bowel issues.

3) These red bumps are likely a result of being gluten intolerant, at the very least. Eating high volumes of gluten rich foods along with dairy is toxic for many people. Keep this in mind.

4) blood pressure will lower once the body isn't as stressed from the inflammatory state your currently experiencing. You're entire system is constricting from this. Lose weight, eat gluten free, gradually ease into exercise, minerals and magnesium oil and give yourself the time to adjust.
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I lost a lot of weight just drinking 2Tbs spoons of brag's Apple cider vinegar 3 times a day..I don't care for the taste, so i add apple or grape juice in 8 oz glass..It has clears my acne and i have so much energy..Here is an amazing web site that will show you the benefits..Like they say, an apple a day keeps the doctor away..Good Luck

[link to curezone.com]
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You didn't fall out of shape fast, unless you had a grave illness that kept you bed bound. In that case consult your Doctor.

It is difficult for the human body to suddenly change everything.

I would strongly suggest you consult your doctor BEFORE you change your diet since you already have medical conditions.


1. Add food to your diet. Yes i know that sounds all wrong, but I am not talking adding just anything, increase your dietary intake of fruit and veg to 6 servings - eat three meals plus in between snacks. Thus breakfast, then snack, then lunch, then snack, then dinner then snack.

If done correctly you will keep yourself feeling full with less food in the gut. If you are eating 6 servings of fruit and veg you will be eating a large volume of food, but be eating lower calories.

2. REDUCE not completely remove, added fats and sugars in your diet. Reduce how much sugar you add to coffee and tea, reduce how much oil you use to fry chicken. Have a set schedule of reducing EXAMPLE if you use 3 tablespoons of oil for frying chicken to one tablespoon over the course of a couple of months.

3. Exercise - do not join a gym, instead after supper, about an hour after eating, take a short walk to the end of the block and back. Do that every day for a week. the week after that walk back and forth down your street twice, or walk two blocks and back. third week aim to walk around the whole block... forth week walked a couple three blocks.

Slowly introduce new exercise to your daily routine. Park further from the store/office door walk those extra parking places. If you work on the tenth floor take the elevator to the 9th floor and take the stairs to your office.

Slowly add more exercise over time. three months down the road you should be able to walk up 2-3 flights of stairs with no problem, you should be parked way out by the street and enjoying the fast walk to the store doors. THEN consider joining a gym.
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