Weight Loss Plan For Teens…..
Go for you! There are dozens of safe, beneficial weight loss plans. The key is to find the one you can follows based on you and your family food proclivity, cooking skills, and culture around food. I would motivate you to read some books with your parents and select a plan. If you don’t like it or can’t cane to it, try something else until you find the right one. Here are the books I would suggest: The Plant Paradox, The Whole 28, Primal Blueprint, and The Bulletproof Diet. Read others if you find something that speak to you.
People who are obese (and, sadly my dear you are in the morbidly obese category) are chronic over eaters. The could be culture and or psychological as well as physiological. You have to learn to fuel your body with what it needs rather than use food as a “drug” when you are sad, bored, mad, depress, stressed, etc. Obesity isn’t just about how you look. It drastically increases your risk of diabetes, heart disease, cancer, organ failure, and arthritis. An ultimate goal weight for you is probably around 150 pounds. Dropping 90 pounds in 12 months is possible but may not be realistic. Your goal should be to adopt new eating and activity habits and drop a pound a week on average. It is very likely that you will drop more — at least in the beginning. If you lose an average of 1.5 pounds of fat a week, you will have lost 75 pounds by the time you graduate high school. You could lose 50 pounds by Christmas. If you only lose 30, that fine too. Don’t focus too much on your weight. It will improve if you follow a healthy lifestyle.
Here are some tips and facts:
1 following perfectly everything
Download a food tracking app like Lose It! or My Fitness Pal and start following perfectly everything you put in your mouth. You should be eating between 1,400 and 1,600 calories a day. Once you realize how much you are currently eating, you can learn to scale that back to the amount of fuel your body needs. This will enable you to burn stored fat.
2. weigh and procedure everything
Get a food scale if you don’t have one. In the beginning you will need to weigh and procedure everything you eat until you can judge your portion sizes accurately. A big issue for dieters in underestimating how much they are consuming.
3. 16 minutes before
Cut portion sizes by 1/3 or ½. Eat slowly and wait at least 16 minutes before receive more food.
4. at least back on fast food
Cut out or at least back on fast food, junk food, snack food, bread, rice, pasta, corn, sweets, fruit juices, milk, sweetened drinks “even diet”.
5. Eat a lot
Eat a lot more new veggies.
6. food group
Eat fruit as a treat, not as a Great food group.
7. need huge amounts
Eat lean protein (3-4 ounces) twice a day. You don’t need huge amounts.
8. fats like coconut oil
Eat small amounts of good fats like coconut oil, olive oil, and nuts.
9. water a day
Drink up to 102 ounces of water a day.
10. find a few activities
Move your body. Try different things and find a few activities that will enable you to exercise nearly every day. Walk the dog, walk without a dog, swim, play tennis, ride a bike, shoot hoops, do yoga, take a spin, Cross Fit, kickboxing, or Zomba class, or follow a DVD exercise program at home.
11. not eating solid food
Try intermittent fasting; Only eat within an 8-hour window each day. That may mean eating breakfast and lunch and then having a snack at work before heading home or it could mean having keto/bulletproof coffee in the morning and not eating solid food until lunch. And no snacking in the evening.
12. Get plenty of sleep.
13. who will vandalism you
Get the support of friends and family and stay away from peoples who will vandalism you. Your family is going to need to stop buying junk food and sweets and start stocking up on fresh veggies.
14. will based on your food
Find an eating plan that you can stick will based on your food preferences, budget, and cooking ability. Try different things and read some books. Then pick one that fits you. Losing weight is hard. Keeping it off for the next 35 years is even harder.
15. forgive yourself
Plan for splurges and forgive yourself the occasional slip up.
16. read some books
If you are a binge or psychological eater, get some therapy or read some books on the subject.
17. literally and figurative
Understand that this is a process and a journey that will have ups and downs — literally and figurative. You will lose weight and you will have stalls/plateaus. You will succumb to temptations. You may find you aren’t ready to follow some eating plans. All this is normal. What is important is that you keep your goal in mind, improve your food choices, and learn to use food as fuel.