frankcon wrote:What to eat, you’ll have to change the way you eat. For instance, swap your take away food for fresh natural food. Exchange that burger for a salad, some Tuna and rice biscuits. Eat more fruit and vegetables.
(Of course foods like Tuna should be limited, owing to the metal content and current guidelines reccomend 3 portions a week.)
Whether you like it or not, you will have to do some sort of Cardio exercise. You could start off with a brisk walk every day, 30 minutes is good.
(I politely disagree. Cardiovascular work can improve stamina and improve heart and lung capabilities, but if someone switched a high or fairly high calorie diet, with significant amounts of poor nutrition in it, for one with high Protein and Fat and modest Carbs, including low fat dairy, eggs, fruit, vegetables, lean flesh etc and ate around the RNI for caloric daily intake, I perceive no specific requirement for any exercise to induce adequate weight loss, as I feel the circumstances I describe, could potentially achieve the end result itself, but adding cardiovascular and / or weight bearing exercises, could bolster the body in many positive ways, when executed safely, correctly and in ample amounts and as such, should be strongly considered .
Muscle building also helps to burn another 45-50 calories a day, for every added lb, so I would even rank that ahead of Cardio, when talking about effective weight loss related exercise.)
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