Boopster wrote:I mean this with no disrespect, but your diet and exercise regime is not very good. I see no fresh veggies, (other than what you get in lean cuisine which is probably a few tablespoons). I'm not a big fan of those prepackaged meals anyway. Also not enough protein and good carbs, and no weightlifting. Check out the sticky in the diet and nutrition section of the forum for better choices. Snacks should consist of legumes, fresh fruit, low-fat cottage cheese, unsalted nuts such as almonds, and natural peanut butter. You have to eat to lose weight, your body needs the right types of foods to reap the rewards. I feel your calories are too low. Your starving yourself. Also you need to add weights to your exercise program. Adding them will help boost your metabolism and joined with your cardio and better food intake, you will see results and better yet, continue to keep the weight off. Check out the book: New Rules of Lifting for Women or you can google Chad Waterbury and try his method of total body training which looks something like this:
Walking is a good thing, try to kick it up a notch and walk a little faster if you can at an incline until maybe you can get into a gentle jog. If running isn't your thing, you can try cycling, or elliptical training also.
Good luck to you and your endeavors!
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