Weight Loss NHS
72,299 members38,841 posts

How to lose 165Kg

Hi 40 Years 182cm wanna lose weight no diebetes only asthma no little exercise help me to lose weight I don't know

how much I eat

If anyone has meals plan?

I eat rice pasta meat chicken lots of coffee with 2 spoon each cup the rice I don't know how much I should eat I only buy take away food rice how many calories I should burn without exercise?

With exercise how many I need to lose I bought multi gym rowing running machine bike for home


2 Replies

Hi and welcome, Sharif :)

Take a look at the Pinned posts section to the right of your screen (bottom if you're using a mobile), read the Welcome Newbie thread, then move through to the challenges, where we hope you'll find at least one that will appeal to you.

Move down to the Topics, to find a variety of threads, collated into specific topics for ease of access and we ask that you also 'file' your own threads, so that others won't miss your important news.

Take a look at the 12 week plan, as a lot of people have been successful with it, making sure to enter your details into the BMI calculator, to get a calorie allowance tailored to your personal requirements. Don't forget to take your starting measurements and a 'before' picture, as they can be very motivating on days that the scales refuse to co-operate.

We run daily weigh-in's and you'd be very welcome to join us. The threads can always be found in the Events section, to the right of the home page, bottom on a mobile.

We've found that to get the best out of this community, we need to be active on the forum, as it's where we exchange information, get motivation and inspiration and make friends. We hope that you'll join us here, regularly, too.

It's only left for me to wish you well on your journey :)


Hi Sharif and welcome.

It may seem a lot to take in but as moreless mentioned, run the NHS bmi calculator which will let you know how many calories you should have every day, in order to lose weight in a controlled manner. Then have a good read of the NHS 12 week plan. There's a lot in it to help you get started and to guide you on your journey.

If you've got any questions about them or anything else then please post, as there will always be someone here to help you.

The most important thing to control is what and how much you eat but its also good that you got the exercise equipment, as exercise will help towards a healthier body and a healthier state of mind.

Good luck!


You may also like...