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# 31 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:32
 
 
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can't see why not, as long as you're eating enough. and exercise is great but nothing beats reducing your calorie intake

I don't have the stats to hand but I know that you're more likely to put on weight post a crash diet. Gradual much netter/sustainable
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# 32 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:32
 
 
Not talking about a crash diet, just reduce calories enough to lose weight
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# 33 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:34
 
 
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Not talking about a crash diet, just reduce calories enough to lose weight

Reducing is fine, halving your intake isnt though.
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# 34 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:35
 
 
Someone said :
Reducing is fine, halving your intake isnt though.

Depends how much you were eating to begin with
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# 35 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:37
 
 
Someone said :

Depends how much you were eating to begin with

Doesn't matter, gradual is still more likely to help you lose weight
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# 36 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 22:46
 
 
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Doesn't matter, gradual is still more likely to help you lose weight

Well SF as someone who was morbidly obese sometimes just stopping with the chippers wholesale can make the difference.
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# 37 : Thursday 24-2-2011 @ 23:30
 
 
http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/loseweight/Pages/Weightlossmyths.aspx

The above is from the NHS and I'll freely admit I chose because it agrees with my point of view but I honestly believe they're tips to help a more sustainable weight loss programme.
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# 38 : Friday 25-2-2011 @ 01:05
 
 
Don't calorie count, it can become an obsession. I'd never recommend that (except for pregnant women, but that's to keep their calories up not down). Plus, I'm bad at math.
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# 39 : Monday 20-8-2012 @ 12:35
 
 
Bump
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# 40 : Monday 20-8-2012 @ 12:48
 
 
eat healthy ...

exercise and the weight will look after its self
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and drink water like a fish!!
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# 41 : Friday 23-11-2012 @ 21:26
 
 
The job offered us half-price health screening: some bloods, urine samples checked for early warning signs, and lung function, bloof pressure, body mass index checked. The last page of the questionnaire was about your diet.

The diet thing is mad. I am overweight, but the nurse's assessment was that I need to eat more (a bit more fruit and veg, a bit more cereals, more red meat, and more fish). Bit there was nothing flagged for reduction. WTF?
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# 42 : Saturday 24-11-2012 @ 00:08
 
 
Must be from a nutritional standpoint?
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# 43 : Saturday 24-11-2012 @ 00:18
 
 
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Must be from a nutritional standpoint?

yeah but you'd imagine they'd be telling you to cut out some of the bad stuff as well. Did you ask them about their rationale ozren?
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# 44 : Saturday 24-11-2012 @ 00:30
 
 
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yeah but you'd imagine they'd be telling you to cut out some of the bad stuff as well. Did you ask them about their rationale ozren?

It doesn't have much bad stuff -- just alcohol.

The problem is that it is badly designed. You could be eating healthy food -- fresh fruit and veg, red meat only once or twice a week, calcium, etc. -- and take in no unhealthy food -- cakes, take-aways, etc. -- but if you eat a bucket full at each sitting, their system won't flag up a problem. (She did say I need to drink more water each day, and that I take too many cups of tea.)

(I'll be back with the doctor in a few weeks, and will get a better handle then.)
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# 45 : Saturday 24-11-2012 @ 07:36
 
 
Could be a new austerity measure to stop workers reaching pension age.
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