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How to lose weight if you're morbidly obese

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

For those with great weight loss needs

  If you are morbidly obese it could be dangerous to start off with high intensity training, and lets face it, a diet shake that would curb a normal diet probably won't be enough for you. While the meat and egg diet works wonders for losing weight quickly, you are going to have to be in it for the long term. You are going to have to follow a well defined plan that will lead to steady weight loss over a long period, not just a few days.

The first thing you should do is increase the amount of calories that you burn in a day and decrease the amount of calories that you are putting in your body. This can be very difficult because your body is used to burning a low amount of calories and receiving and storing a large amount of calories. You must change your diet so that you can intake less calories, yet still feel full. A lot of the time, people who are obese got that way because of an eating disorder, such as one where they felt happy when they were eating, so they did it all the time. If you are that type, then you should consult a psychiatrist, but you will still have to diet and exercise to lose the weight anyway.

There are many different foods that you can eat, but fiber has a knack for filling a person up. It will also keep you regular. Chances are if you are morbidly obese then you eat way too much sugar so you need to find a way to cut sugar out of your diet as well. Military meals had barely any sugar to them and that is why it is easy to lose weight when you are in the service.

So, more fiber, less sugar, change the diet , but what about exercise? Although high intensity is the way to go for a normal person, for someone obese, you could risk your health doing too much too soon . One good way of low intensity exercise is to start walking. Walking is low intensity and very easy to integrate in your lifestyle because everyone does it! So get out there and make those changes and you will lose weight.  


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