I was neither obese nor a big eater, I was 154 pounds last September but after a regular body check my doctor told me I have high cholesterol, high blood pressure and high blood sugar as well. I look pretty skinny and no one can imagine with my appearance, my health got screw up like that including me myself. All because I used to eat junk food for my every single meal 7 days a week for years but it was wired that I don’t really look too obese. Anyway, my weight loss journey then kick started….
I start to eating healthily with six light meals (low carbs, low fat) every day for two months. I try to stay away with all kind of sweet stuffs, fast food or even juice.
– 1 piece of bread
– 2 egg whites
– 1 medium banana
– 2 tomatoes
– Few pieces of crackers (non-salty)
– 1 full bowl of green peas and yellow corns (non-sweet)
– 6 oz of chicken breasts
– 1 non-fat yogurt
– half bowl of green peas and yellow corns (non-sweet)
– 3oz of baked salmon (option of chicken breasts)
I don’t really eat too much of carbs during my 2 months diet plan and I start going to gym 2 days a week and do cardio for about 30 minutes each time and some light lifting, then spend another 15 minutes in the sauna before I left the gym. I lost 18 pounds to 136 pounds in my first month diet with light work out. I keep my same diet but work out another 2 more days during the week in the following month and by the end of the second month I was 125 pounds which is I think the lower I can reach because if I keep losing weight I will find it becomes unhealthy and end up may turns into Anorexic.
I think weight lost is all about emotional challenging, once you can overcome your mind then you can do it pretty easily. I am currently sitting at 130 pounds for months and eating healthy, my diet includes all kind of protein, vegetable, and plenty of fruit and fibers. Stay away from fast food, fries, greasy stuff and always keep yourself hydrated. Do not over-eating on your every single meal and never eat before bed. Keeping a good habit of eating can make you live longer and healthier. Good luck to your weight lost journey!