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hey adrian im 27 years old 75kgs my height is 5’1, i dont feel confident at all due to my overweight i harldy could stick for a dietplan for a week or two and workout its hard for me i enjoy dancing so i do dance to sweat when i get time and i got epilipsy so i feel weak n dizzy when i diet could u be a help plz

Jay Ondreicka/ShutterstockBeans, beans the magical fruit. The more you eat the more you… lose weight? It’s true, according to research in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. In the study, people who ate just 3/4 cup of beans, peas, chickpeas, or lentils a day lost half a pound a week without changing their diet or exercise habits. Legumes are full of fiber and protein, a combo that can keep you satisfied for hours. Check out the surprising health benefits (and a few risks) of beans.

Coat Brussels sprouts in 1/2 tsp. olive oil and bake at 425 degrees F until lightly browned, about 15-20 minutes. Coat salmon with 1/4 tsp. olive oil or a thin layer of cooking spray (1 second spray), add salt and pepper to taste (1/8 tsp. each). Bake at 425 degrees F until done, about 4-6 minutes. Serve brown rice, Brussels sprouts and salmon drizzled with vinaigrette and topped with walnuts.

I’ll cover that more below too, as it’s one of the pitfalls to avoid with successfully going paleo. If you’re worried about adherence to the diet, I understand – it’s the toughest part of Paleo – sticking with it!

Wow! This post is getting out of control. I’ll do my best to answer a few of these, but with the book launch (www.fourhourworkweek.com) coming up next Tuesday, I won’t be able to give specific diet recommendations to each person. Grab the books I recommended, and you’ll be set.

Get in the habit of warming up/stretching before going all out. Put on some of the best, most motivating 80s dance music, and get ready to get ready. Warming up and stretching will help you get the most out of your exercise. Plus, who can exercise when they’re injured? Examples of warm up exercises include:

The Paleo diet is working amazingly for me. I have been on it for just under 3weeks and lost 13kgs or 28lbs. I feel fantastic, I have been very strict though, and stuck to only the wholesome foods. 3 weeks ago I weighed in at 152kgs/335lbs, now i’m down to 139kgs/306lbs. Paleo is changing my life. Infact I don’t think I am doing the Paleo diet anymore… I am simply a Paleo!

[Editor’s Note: Scientific American asked Coca-Cola to explain their position and the company e-mailed this response: “We recognize moderation and diet play a pivotal role in managing health and weight in combination with exercise. In fact, we continue to take steps to help people manage their calories—whether it’s through the introduction of smaller-sized packs, front-of-pack calorie labeling or innovation through new products such as Coca-Cola Life. In addition, last year we joined with the American Beverage Association, the Alliance for a Healthier Generation and other industry partners on a beverage-calorie reduction commitment for every person of 20 percent by 2025. Clearly, we support calorie reduction as a tool for a healthier life.”]

The Paleo plan focuses more on eating meat under the assumption that early cave dwellers had limited access to grain and greens, and thus were “made” to eat a diet primarily composed of protein. Practitioners of this plan focus on getting energy from animal products that are high in protein and low in carbohydrates. Dieters also avoid processed foods like:

Regardless of how it starts, though, chronically high insulin can overwhelm the body’s “set point” and cause weight gain. Problems with insulin also affect another hormone called leptin, which regulates appetite and metabolism. The ultimate result is that your body is now “defending” a higher weight, making it very difficult to get (or stay) lean. If you want to lose weight like this, you’ll have to eat an astonishingly tiny amount of food, and you’ll constantly be hungry and cranky – realistically, it’s almost impossible.

The Paleo diet consists of “wild foods” – foods that would have been eaten by hunter-gatherer tribes. This means fish, grass-fed meats and game meats are all acceptable, but farm-raised animals should be excluded. Vegetables and fruits are also acceptable, but there are variations on which ones are acceptable – some versions of the Paleo diet say you’re only allowed “wild fruits” such as berries, while others make more concessions. Some versions of the Paleo diet recommend raw eating, but cooking your foods is perfectly acceptable. Eggs, nuts, seeds and anything else you could pick up (gather), such as roots and fungi, are also acceptable foods in the Paleo diet.

That’s because they can include saturated (which are found in foods such as red meat, dairy and coconut oil) and may raise your LDL levels. Even worse are trans fats, chemically altered oils that raise cholesterol and offer no nutritional value, Dr. Beckerman says.

Undrey/ShutterstockSharing your favorite dinner recipe on Facebook, chatting with a friend about what you had for dinner, or even snapping pics of your meals and posting them to Instagram can help you shed weight. Why? It isn’t the act of sharing what you ate that makes this so effective—so no worries if you’re one of those who hates food pictures on social media—but rather it is the act of remembering what you ate, according to a study from Oxford. The researchers found that recalling the details of recent meals caused people to eat less at their next meal. So feel free to rhapsodize about that amazing brunch you made; your waistline will thank you.

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