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mishmoneypenny posted:
I'm after some top tips because I'm not losing weight ??. I walk 11km on a Monday, do a heavy session boot camp on a Tues and I swim for 30 mins Wed, Thurs and Fri. I run around after my kids all weekend. I am eating around 1200 calories a day and still I'm not losing any weight. What am I doing wrong? In real need of moral support and ideas please ??.
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brunosbud responded:
According to a recent Harvard University study of over 120,000 participants, they've listed the some of the worst foods and some of the best foods to eat for weight loss.

Here's the top 5 Worst foods:

#5 Processed Meats (ham bacon turkey roast beef hot dogs)
#4 Red Meat
#3 Sweetened Beverages (Pepsi, Gatorade, Red Bull, Sunny D, Starbucks, Sweet Teas)
#2 Potatoes
#1 Chips

If eating 1200 calories/day worked, wouldn't everybody be doing it?

For people who, still, have trouble understanding: No more Meat, Potatoes and drink only water! If you want to lose, fastest, eliminate white rice, white noodles, cakes & cookies and bread.


Do you want to know the 5 best things to eat for weight loss?


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