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Former overweight people, what actually helped you lose weight? (r/AskReddit)

Former overweight people, what actually helped you lose weight? (r/AskReddit)

Former overweight people, what actually helped you lose weight? (r/AskReddit)

Former overweight people, what actually helped you lose weight?

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  1. I was surprised how few calories are in fruit. 1 cheesy biscuit is 20kcal, 1 apricot is about 17kcal, and an apple has about 52 kcal.

  2. Aged 19, had a really bad cough. My sister shouted at me, 'Sort your health out, you fat Jabba!' The Star Wars reference hit a nerve in me. Started running, ended up running the London Marathon 12 years later, whilst also losing over 25 kg.
    Recently had my heart checked out, doctor recoginzed it as a strong runner's heart! I'm gonna outlive my projected lifespan by a couple of decades, all because my sister didn't want me coughing my germs in the living room! Thanks, sis!

  3. For me what's working is counting my calories. I think of them as a bank account. I have 2200 in my account for the day and I need to spend them on things to eat. All of the sudden fries and doughnuts lost most of the appeal. Also intermittent fasting. Skip the breakfast for a cup of tea or coffee. Plus makes my meals more fun to spend my calories on.

  4. I lived in mexico for six months and got a construction job down there and it was a humid 80 degrees everyday I was 280 give or take some pounds I'm 6'1 by the way now I'm 225 I'm still fat but I'm trying to get to 175-180.

  5. for me, I've lost a lotta weight. cutting out soda for the most part and just, moving all day.

    I've unfortunately tried what that op who essentially starved themselves did ((cutting off food access so you can't get it, no money no food))

    I can vouch, it's not worth it fr. I would be out with friends and literally be so hungry I felt like throwing up, which I always thought was Good. I've never been diagnosed with an eating disorder, but I'm pretty sure I have one, because I still have that mentality, if I get hunger pains I still think they're good, I have to correct myself on that multiple times a day because while I may have lost weight, I still am not happy with myself.

    and recently I've been failing on cutting out soda, which I am gonna fix this week.

    So I'm just gonna say any diet advice from me isn't good advice

  6. Having a sleep disorder which severely impacts my energy I haven’t been able to cut out all sugary and caffeinated drinks (one to two a day really help me stay awake through the day)
    But even just cutting down to that instead of drinking it almost all the time, (having been addicted to the caffeine), and starting to work out and working myself up to being able to do 30 minute workouts for the first time in my life I’ve had people describe me as ‘trim’.

    In my case, though, I’m not sure I can attribute the success I’ve had to hard work and education alone. Due to my sleep disorder I was prescribed Ritalin, and a couple side effects of that is decreased appetite and burning calories faster.

  7. Lost 60 pounds, my family on both sides has always "struggled" with weight, boils down to diet (less junk food, don't eat till full and you don't have to extreme diet) and making sure you get some level of activity as often as reasonably possible in your life, no excuses seriously lol. Do 5 pushups after a game, do 20 jumping jacks before you sleep, etc❤️

  8. I've been struggling with food recently. I'm not sure what's going on, I'll go on eating no more than 500 calories for two days and then eat a ton one day and go back to little to nothing. I feel strange.

    I won't want to eat at all but then suddenly I'll want to eat everything. Am I crazy?

  9. Crohns disease. I normally walk around at 190-200 lbs. When my little friend is active (like now) I get down to about 140.

  10. I did keto diet, my mom basically talked me into it, but now I’m feeling much better and also look much better. In span of 6 months I lost almost 20 kilos, I used to weigh 70 kilos and in the end I weighed around 53 kilos. It’s been almost a year since I ended and I managed to stay in kinda good shape, even tho I have many exams coming so I put on some stress weight haha
    But now I weigh exactly 55 kilos and still feel kinda good about myself so it’s all okay.

    But I just wanna say that you should do keto as your last resort, you can always lose this amount of weight without paying this much money and it’s definitely healthier for your body since ketosis is kind of a shock for your body. To the person that’s reading this: you’re beautiful and you can do anything if you believe!

    (sorry for my English, it’s not my first language)

  11. Consistency in exercise and diet helped me. Also, caloric deficit and intermittent fasting. 3 years now 💪🏽

  12. Was 265 at 17. Was kicked out senior year. Lived in a park. I remember having no food for a week until one mcds French fry. Was the best fry I've ever had. In 10months, I lost 100 lbs. That was 13 years ago.

  13. A little tip that worked for me, Occupy yourself with something you like to do, no matter how stupid, when you are sitting there you'll probably start craving something
    when your doing something your probably not going to think about food, and it'll distract you from extra eating
    try finding something that is good for you and that tastes good too, experiment yourself in the kitchen and prepare your own meals when you can, you cant eat anything unhealthy if you don't have it.

  14. Try to make little, healthier changes wherever you can. In example, try to replace one unhealthy snack with fruit, drink more water, and find one exercise to do a day. Although these changes are very small, they are helpful; every little change brings you a step closer to your goal by building healthy habits. Once those little changes are habits, add more changes, and before you know it you will be living a much healthier life.

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