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talkhealth
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by talkhealth on Tue Jan 21, 2020 11:11 am

Re: Loss weight

Hi Marceltr,

We do have lots of different resources available for you to look at here;
http://www.talkhealthpartnership.com/talkweight/

Losing weight fast has always been a bit of a contentious issue and we would always recommend getting your general health checked out with a GP or other health professional prior to embarking on a diet. This is particularly important if you have a lot of weight to lose or have any other related health issues.

The evidence often suggests that crash dieting rarely works and that often small healthy changes over longer periods sustain weight loss in the longer term, especially when combined with other changes to your lifestyle such as exercise.

Hopefully the information available at the link above will give you some ideas of what may work best for you but do please keep us posted with your weight loss journey.

Best of luck!
talkhealth team
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by Wouterfit26 on Sun Jan 26, 2020 10:21 pm

Re: Loss weight

Hi Marcel,

Here are a few websites I heard good stories about to lose weight!

]https://www.cosmopolitan.com/health-fi ... week-0509/

All the best,
Wouter
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by Monika Mateja on Mon Feb 03, 2020 3:59 pm

Re: Loss weight

Losing weight is one of the most life changing decisions and should be well considered in terms of the approach and your big WHY behind losing weight so that any healthy habits you create can stick and you keep your weight off forever.
There are a lot of resources nowadays but I would go down the road of whole foods plant-based diet (predominantly) with cutting out added sugar and starches (such as white potatoes, breakfast cereals, white pasta , white rice). Go for protein with every meal, plenty of fresh veggies, and some low carb fruit. Make small changes every week and add on rather than everything in one or two weeks so that your brain has time to adjust to changes. You lose weight in the kitchen and get fit in the gym - just remember that before you start with an exhausting exercise routine.
My advice is subject to your current health condition and lifestyle.
Good Luck
Monika Mateja
Health Coach and Nutritional Chef

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