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Emily282
Emily2822019 October
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so its been a while since i been on here and i have put on so much weight with my unhealthy eating habbits and my medicine which puts on weight i would really like some advice on weight loss and how to beat the cravings when you fancy chocolate or cake i struggle with them really bad.

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Tiggerr

Welcome back Emily :)

I'm sure you'll do things differently this time and one thing you could do would be to join in with the challenges and events, which help maintain focus.

As someone once told me when I first joined, if you always do what you've always done, then you'll always get what you've always got. I use that phrase to look at every decision I make (and don't make)... is there a different answer or way and why not try something different.

My tip for now would be to read through everything that the administrator has posted and linked, as the more information we have, the better decisions we can make.

Best of luck! :)

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IndigoBlue61
IndigoBlue61Administrator

Hello and welcome to the Weight Loss Forum Emily282 😊

If you haven’t already then please see Pinned Posts here healthunlocked.com/nhsweigh...

especially the Welcome Newbies and the Security Post. (Especially the security post as I notice you haven’t locked your post)

Sweet cravings are a difficult one, they’re usually a result of not eating enough, or eating the wrong things. Have a look at this post for when weight loss is a struggle, healthunlocked.com/nhsweigh...

This is a very busy forum with lots going on but feel free to ask if you have any questions.

Best Wishes in your weight loss journey

Indigo 😊

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nisha0103
nisha01032019 October

Emily, You can try Japanese Tabata exercise for losing your weight, with the help of 30 minute exercise a day (exlcude weekends) you can reduce upto 450 calories in 30 min

see here (Link removed by Admin)

For reducing unnessory craving you can

Drink Water. Thirst is often confused with hunger or food cravings. ...

Eat More Protein. Eating more protein may reduce your appetite and keep you from overeating.

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Tiggerr
Tiggerr7kg
in reply to nisha0103

Tagging an administrator IndigoBlue61 so you can get an official welcome.

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nisha0103
nisha01032019 October
in reply to Tiggerr

Thank You

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IndigoBlue61
IndigoBlue61Administrator
in reply to nisha0103

Hello and welcome to the Weight Loss Forum nisha0103

If you haven’t already then please see Pinned Posts here healthunlocked.com/nhsweigh...

especially the Welcome Newbies and the Security Post.

I’ve had to remove your link as advertising is not allowed on the forum

This is a very busy forum with lots going on but feel free to ask if you have any questions.

Best Wishes in your weight loss journey

Indigo 😊

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nisha0103
nisha01032019 October
in reply to IndigoBlue61

Thank You :)

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IndigoBlue61
IndigoBlue61Administrator
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You’re welcome 😊

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S11m
S11mMaintainer

Hi, Emily282, welcome back.

Weight loss is not all about motivation and masochism... if you eat plenty of good food, including fat, at mealtimes, it should help you not to crave for snacks.

Many of us here find that what works is a combination of The Low Carbohydrate, High-Fat (LCHF) diet (see the forum here on Health Unlocked) and Not Snacking All Day AKA Intermittent Fasting (IF). See:

healthunlocked.com/fasting-...

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