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It’s a common occurrence on a typical weight-loss journey to think that once you lose the weight, life will be easier, better, maybe even perfect. But all too often (and not just with weight loss), when one thing changes, it sets off a ricochet of other changes that you couldn’t even fathom at first. 17 Ways Your Job Is Making You Fat. quicklist: 2 category: Things Nobody Tells You About Losing Weight title: Your memory may improve url: text: In.

15 Things Nobody Tells You About Losing Weight by losing just 5% of your body weight, according to a 2012 study on post-menopausal women published in the journal Cancer Research. One parent’s weight loss can cause the other to lose weight as well according to experts. That’s not all; according to studies, your offspring may lose about 25 percent more weight than you do.

The reason is not far-fetched; children follow the example of their parents and burn more fat as they are naturally more active. Losing weight does more than give you an excuse to buy new clothes. 15 Things Nobody Tells You About Losing Weight. by losing just 5% of your body weight, according. 11 Things nobody tells you about losing weight There are many things that may happen to your body when you lose weight.

Here are some of the less talked about weight loss secrets. Losing weight does more than give you an excuse to buy new clothes. 15 things nobody tells you about losing weight.

By by losing just 5 percent of your body weight, according to a 2012. According to Bacon, losing weight requires people to stop trusting their bodies, which results in ill health. “We have a great regulatory system that can guide us in how to eat well, and dieting. Four Things Nobody Tells You About Successful Weight Loss.

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Today 1:13PM. Gizmodo. Losing weight is expensive. What they tell you is that you will save so much money on food and from the ability to buy clothes at regular stores.

What they don’t tell you is that while losing the weight you will buy all the sizes of clothes you went through on the way up.

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Results showed that 23% of the advice given in the forums was erroneous or at least not in line with scientific weight loss guidelines.

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by Dirk Lewandowski, Amanda Spink
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I believe it provides answers to the questions many people are searching for—including why they feel the way they feel and, most importantly, why they can’t lose weight.

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These scientists disagree because the data they have compiled indicate that the body changes as a person loses weight.

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by Natalie Digate Muth, Michelle Murphy Zive
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Because many of my patients don’t realize that weight doesn’t tell us about body composition, they often lament that while their clothes fit differently after starting a lifestyle change program and they have lost inches from their waistlines, they haven’t lost much weight.

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Not only that, a person can be losing fat, building muscle, hydrating better, increasing blood volume, drop four sizes, and never lose a pound on the scale, yet it’s the most common measure of progress.

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Ironically, I found this truth out when I was getting upset with people for not noticing my weight loss.

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It does more than merely exclude a few outliers or underestimate the influence of genetic or structural factors that affect body size; it contradicts the findings of the overwhelming majority of research on weight-loss dieting and the majority of weight-loss dieters’ personal experiences.

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That’s why I tell everyone to take measurements, because for some people, it’s not weight they need to lose as much as fat and inches.

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Who reports receiving advice to lose weight?

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by I. Leslie Rubin, Joav Merrick, et. al.
Springer International Publishing, 2016

In a second experiment conducted by DeJong (1980), the overweight girl either reported she had already successfully lost twenty-five pounds in the last four months or did not mention anything about weight loss.

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State University of New York Press, 1986

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  • I’ve found that watching the scales is useless for me and only causes me to restrict too much, so instead I’m measuring my target areas and focusing on losing a couple of inches on them over 9 months. I’m not huge, just overweight and want my back and arms to look good in my wedding dress

  • I am still struggling with binge eating disorder but despite having really bad days, I am very proud of myself because it’s been years since I binged on sugar or carbs and I don’t crave those anymore. Quitting sugar is the biggest accomplishment of my life �� Today I binged on nuts and cheese. Those two foods are problematic for me and I might have to quit them too

  • I’m 6 ft and 331 lbs, just weighed myself this morning. I’ve been dieting damn near my whole life, it’s so fucking hard, but it’s all a mental battle. It just sucks that I can be in a caloric deficit for the whole week and one bad day can ruin everything and keep you stuck. That’s how it’s been for me, any tips on how to stop eating fast food one day of the week? I’ve done it before, but then when it’s the weekend and you just wanna unwind is the part that kills me

  • This video spoke my truth that others just don’t get. It’s breaking the mental pattern of food as a source of comfort and putting new coping strategies in place that changes the game.

  • Thanks for sharing your story Jovana, it’s so important. Could not have related more to the point about the innocuous comments from other people! You’re doing great ��❤️

  • I developed a stomach bug! It was horrible! I was literally like 300 pounds at the time. So I ended up in the hospital from the bug and they told me i had gerd and IBS. I was so sick I couldn’t keep anything down.So that changed my life drastically! As my stomach healed,I changed my eating habits tremendously! I eat very small portions and drink water daily! I literally dropped 60 pounds in 2 months! I will never go back to over eating and eating bad foods ever again because it made me very Ill! Now since i have a control over my eating,my goal is to loose a extra 100 pounds!Thank you for this video!

  • “Ice cream on a bad day might be no big deal to most people…” Nope. Healthy people don’t use sugary food to cope with bad days. Eating is a way to energize your body, not a coping mechanism.

  • Realizing that walking is the most underrated form of exercise. Walking two hours everyday and having a sustainable diet is literally it. It’s all about consistency.

  • I can relate to much of what you discuss in this video I have lost 177.5 lbs from a starting weight of 308 lbs. I document my maintaining this weight loss on my Youtube channel. I have never been a restrictive eater, but I was a binge eater and a compulsive emotional eater for many years. I am in recovery now from these behaviours. It has been a long road, but, I am grateful to be slim today. My biggest fear is going back to who I used to be. I hope that this healthy fear will enable me to stay real with how I eat today. Thanks for this really interesting and motivating video. I will take a good look at more of your channel. Well done with what you have achieved. Sending much love Jane x

  • Im trying OMAD to help with my metabolism

    I wish I had more motivation to do more exercise but I’m at least aiming for 10k steps a day

  • do I always feel like working out….. you crack me up love this info fantasic I fell of the healthy eating band wagon last night and feel awful this really helped.

  • People also see exercise as a misconception that it’s purely to be physically attractive, no. If you knew the benefits in healthy chemicals and endorphins our brain releases and how much it changes your mood and anxiety! I went from 250-130 in two years by seeing exercise as a form of therapy instead of a chore and I learned to love the burn and the process

  • I’ve been on my weightloss journey for 73 days so far. I just started Keto and I just finished with Day 5. It feels AMAZING. I feel energised, got over the Keto flu pretty quickly and I’ve lost 11kgs in total. I’ve learnt to listen to my body’s cravings and my body’s hunger. LukeNarwhals videos really helped me in the beginning of my journey and I find myself always coming back for that extra push to keep going

  • When considering eating healthy, you have to never fall victim to modern day fad diet plans. Extreme diet plans undoubtedly are a risk for your health, especially ones that seriously restrict your everyday nutritional intake. While they might induce rapid loss of weight, these diets will never be a long-term solution for your weight problem. You should check out Custokebon Secrets on google search engine as it is not just another fad diet where you starve yourself.

  • Alisha: “you need to sleep” Me: does school during day and works out at night “so when tf am I supposed to sleep?”

  • Why weren’t we friends before!! EVERYTHING you said is so true especially the part about people telling you, you don’t need to loose anymore or are exercising too much or yada yada yada. This is MY body and I know what I need to do. That’s one of the reasons I went back to being overweight and now have had to start all over again because I listened to those voices instead of realizing they don’t get that I can’t ever quit this lifestyle. Now that I am focused and understand that I can’t EVER give this lifestyle up it’s totally a different view. Thanks for being so vulnerable and transparent. One of the best fitness inspirational videos I have seen!!! ��

  • Please help me! I am trying to eat healthy but my parents force me to eat so many unhealthy food. I have no choice but to eat it because I live in their household

  • I call bullshit on @ 7:55!!! The one and only reason one decides to commit to loosing weight is looks, yeah health and other benefits are nice perks. It’s not like someone who is overweight, wakes up one morning feeling perfectly fine and says “I need to loose weight so I can feel better”. The reason is always the same… one time you get to look at yourself from perspective of others… a picture, or a video and you are terrified what you see!!

  • pati sex life nl kinukwento nl yan.lahat kc nga insecure cl.nd nl alam quiet lang aq kc nd aq mhilig mgyabang dhil nd aq insecure.hehehe.nd din aq mhilig mamuna ng kpwa kc nd aq insecure.nd din aq mhilig manggaya kc I have my own way kc nd aq insecure s knila.hehehe.

  • I appreciate that people understand the underlying issues of food addiction. Because if you don’t address those issues you might be trading off one addiction for another. It never hit me that I was using food and sugar as a pick me up until I was in a situation being yelled at and immediately I got soda after. After taking a few drinks my nerves immediately calmed down. Its kinda haunted me since. But it really is so hard to overcome an addiction that has to be consumed or you die.

  • A lot of people also don’t understand that just because you lost weight you won’t automatically be more confident. Pr that your body will not automatically look ‚perfect‘. When I tell someone I’m afraid of wearing bikinis or what not they go ‚but you lost so much weight, what’s there to hide‘

  • Hello! I love your videos, all the stories are very inspiring, I´m in my way in losing 90 lbs, I already lost 10 lbs, its not much but feels like an achievement, and I hope to getting my goal by the end of the year, I do it because I want to be healthy, but a part of me is afraid of getting loose skin even if I´m 22 years old, but I will not let that be an anchor to me at all. Keep the good work, you are awesome! Maybe one day you upload a video related to the loose skin aspect of losing weight.:D

  • I am so thankful that you talk openly about hidradenitis. So many people don’t even know what it is. I’ve suffered from it since puberty.

  • I went to the doctor a couple months ago and they told me that I was 132lbs. Which is overweight because I am 4’11 and it was noticeable that I was overweight. So. I decided to take action and lose weight. And I have lost 15 pounds. But I see no difference in my body. So I am trying to get to 100lbs so maybe I can finally feel happy with my body.

  • i’ve kept saying i’m going to lose weight for years and now i finally have the courage to fully make it my long-term goal to both lose weight and lead a healthier lifestyle. i’ve started tracking my caloric intake and eating more vegetables, and doing cardio exercises at home to ease myself into exercising! i hope this is it for me and i’m determined to make this my new lifestyle

  • I lost a lot of weight in secondary school due to my boyfriend at the time telling me his friends were making fun of me for being fat, I starved myself for weeks on end, only ate an apple and drank water and if I was with him or any friends I wouldn’t eat no matter how long I was with them for. Luckily my school matron saw how thin my face was getting and decided to help, it’s a struggle for me because I can’t do it for myself but I can do it for another person

  • Fantastic job capturing some of the unexpected challenges on the ongoing life journey of finding health and balance during weight loss and beyond. You have so much self insight! I love your videos-keep sharing your thoughts! ��

  • Wow, thank you for being so candid about your struggles and past eating habits. I also lost a lot of weight years back and I am trying to get back on the “the wagon”. Finding your videos very inspiring:)

  • I’m addicted to working out. If I miss a day the guilt is awful and I find myself constantly thinking ok it’s 10 pm maybe just 40 mins on elliptical. It is always on my mind. So I just make sure I exercise everyday in some way. It’s never enough though.

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  • Amazing video! You stated all 100%, on the money FACTS! I found myself saying “yup”, “yes” and “right” to every point you made. I’ve lost 25-30 lbs over the last 2 yrs. and I’ve also lost friends. Thank you for sharing this!

  • I’m obese, I’m a female 24 years old i am 155cm tall and 90kilos. I started my journey a week ago, any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thnkyou

  • Awesome video! I really love how you talk about these things with such kindness. People can say rude things sometimes, and not even realize that they are being rude. I appreciate these tips! I’m starting my weight loss journey! I need to lose 80 pounds!

  • its doesn’t turn out how you think it will.
    I get the “you’re too skinny, don’t lose anymore weight” a lot.
    for me it feels awkward being around friends and family who are overweight. like its taboo that i lost the weight and they haven’t.
    but all we can do is keep working hard and staying positive about our own goals and accomplishments.

  • The only way I lost weight was by eating until I was satisfied not full, eating more watery fruit and vegetables (watermelon, strawberries, celery etc), eating whole, satisfying meals and still having little snacks and chocolates here and there.

    Because if you want to lose weight, don’t go on a diet, go on a lifestyle change that you will stick to forever. There’s no point in going on a diet for six months, just to go back to eating “normally”

  • You can totally go cold turkey no problem, i know this because that’s how I lost nearly 100 pounds when I was 19, thing is that you need the proper motivation or you won’t endure the pain. I just wanted a good looking girlfriend and I had to drop all that weight to achieve it and so I did it. Call me simple-minded but your motivation has to be rock solid or you’re going to fail.

    What most people fail to understand is that there is no painless, easy way to shave off all that fat, it’s going to suck, so be ready to weather the storm.

  • I used to be 300. Now I’m 220 but I’m actually more unhappy because I’ve plateaued and feel like I’ll be forever alone cause I’m still fat and gross.

  • Even if you have lost weight you still feel the same. Same thing with the weight lost, most people think I’ve been starving myself and not eating but it’s because my hard work and exercise I’ve done. I have cut down on my food consumption but from above average to average. Consistency is key.

  • 5:20 got me because I was overweight my whole childhood and at 18 I started working out, eating right and I’m now super fit, have abs, and I still feel like people don’t see me as a small person

  • 5’4″ Asian guy in my 50s. Lost 65+lbs, waist pushing 38″ now 30″, lost double digit BMI.
    1. My feet went down 1/2 size
    2. I get really cold easy
    3. It is much harder finding clothes that fit. I order online, I wear small shirt and most stores start at XL (unless I shop in Boys)
    4. My junk grew an inch

  • Nina you may not see this but I love your videos♥️ Can you please make a video about your HS and how you tell your future partner or how you told your man about it? I was diagnosed with Hidradenitis myself many years ago and find it hard to share myself so openly with others. Even telling friends has been hard because they almost freak out. Finding your videos about HS a few years ago changed my life. Thank you so very much for sharing your journey and tips. I have always wanted to ask you about this. Take care����✨

  • I am just starting (again). I’m 44. I’ve seen every number on the scale from 160-260 several times, mostly hovering around the 200-220 weight most years. At my heaviest right now, resulting ironically from a boot camp injury to my back. 200-260 in the most sedentary 3 years of my life. Now I have a laundry list of obstacles that are mostly in my head. But I feel like listening to your videos last night and this morning have given me that spark I needed to start again. Thank you for your videos. This morning I’ve made my meal list and my shopping list for the first time in a long long time. Here goes nothing.

  • Thank you. Thank you Dr. Nina. You’re the first one that has kept the journey of weight loss including the ups and downs real. You’re a blessing.����

  • Not all of us see loose skin as some medal of honor that we should be proud of. I remember gaining back some of the weight I’ve lost during my weight loss journey simply because the loose skin made me feel worse about my body and skin removal surgery is super expensive.
    In a perfect world, weight loss is all about health and has nothing to do with looks, but that’s just simply not our reality. Most of us want to lose weight so we can look good. So you can’t blame someone if they aren’t happy with all of the loose skin and feel like their hard work was for nothing.

  • Totally dealing with being obsessive with it after losing 70 lbs but I can’t stop with obsession with continue to hit my goal. And some occasions it wasn’t healthy which saddens me. I just need to be patient and realize that I have lost 70lbs in a healthy way and it does work

  • This is very helpful. In my journey i realize that we wont stay motivated all the time. Like the past weeks ive been slacking on working out and i give in not working out. But as you said i will start fresh and take it one day at a time like how i started this journey. Thanks again for the reminder.

  • I love your videos very inspirational, I have begun my weight lost journey recently, I have some health problems that include chronic pain! I have been changing my diet, working out at home 2-3 days a week some times due to my health. I want to tone up my arms!, tighs,etc not getting the results I want. its been 5 mons with little result from work out videos I lost 12 lbs I drink protein shakes before or after work out, always plenty water! what’s the best toning workout plan can you suggest?

  • You can’t run off a bad diet. That’s the honest truth. I’m a waitress, work 40+ hours a week, on my feet the whole time. When I was eating a diet of mostly debbie cakes, frozen meals and mac and cheese with the same work schedule PLUS working out, I was close to 250. Now that I’ve worked hard and changed my diet drastically (whole foods, carbs and sugar to a minimum, fewer processed foods) I’ve made it down to 160. It’s still a struggle every day, and I “cheat” a lot, but I’m a food addict. If you just make steps to change your diet, the weight comes off MUCH easier.

  • I agree with the person at 5:15. I’ve never been overweight, I’m 5’6 and at my highest I was 130 lbs and I’ve also had a bit of a belly for most of my life. This year I’ve lost about 15 lbs. I didn’t think I was fat before but that I could’ve lost a couple pounds. Now that I’m around 115 pounds if I eat one thing I think I’m the fastest person on the planet

  • It seems that the whole food, plant-based diet solves all the issues of the different body types. Dr. Greger’s book, How Not to Diet.

  • I relate to the first one. It really hurts when you’re trying your best to lose weight and thinking you’re doing great and someone just crushes your hardwork by judging you

  • Thank you so much for doing these types of videos. I’m on a self improvement journey. I’ve lost 70 lbs and have about 30 lbs to go. I’m successfully recovering from multiple eating disorders and I feel the best I’ve ever felt in my entire life. I hope you know how helpful your videos are when days get a little difficult.

    Everything in this video is so important. Sure, the mechanics of weight loss are easy. Watch the quality of your food and make sure you exercise. It’s easy indeed. But nobody pays attention to the mental health aspect and THAT is the hard part.

    We all have an idea of what to eat. The question, and the important stuff to fix is, why don’t we do it? When you can answer that, you can start to work on it and the weight will come off but anyone who has had to work on their mental health knows it takes a very long time to figure things out, accept them as an issue, start working on them and finally start seeing results. It takes longer when nobody considers mental health as an important step in weight loss and “professionals” just start throwing information you already know at you and tell you to “just make a lifestyle change”. Duh. Silly fatties, how did we not think about it before?
    And people with crippling anxiety should just stop worrying. Depressed people should just go out more, smile, think positively… Right? come on…

    Obesity is usually a symptom of a deeper problem. If you focus on removing the symptom and not the cause you’re bound to fail and removing the cause is the hard part.

  • If you’re disappointed/impatient that you only lose a little a week, look up “1lb of fat” and then imagine that amount coming off you every week.

  • nkakatuwa ang mga ganitong girl n nd cl insecure s mga nd overweight or mataba.t hey just make them self healthier by loosing weight.may mga tao kc n pg nkita nl n payat or nd mataba ang iba ang dame nl cnsv dhil insecure cl.dhil nd nl kaya ung katawan ng iba.nandyan n svhan k n adik k mgpataba k nmn.at ang dme p nl cnsv.ky s inis q dati ngpataba aq.kc s dme ng cnsv nl pro pr nmn cl tanga n nkbnty s bawat ginagawa q ar ginagawa nl.tlg ngpataba aq at nd aq nliligo,nd aq ng toothbrush nd aq mgaayos tutal pr nmn cl tanga n insecure pro ginagaya aq.tposnung nkita q n mukha n cl sofa bumalik aq s pgdidiet at exercise.kc alam q n lalo cl mahihirapan mgpapayat

  • I have been following you for years and you are always an inspiring. I am going through ups and downs with weight loss and this really has opened my eyes to a new perspective on my weight loss/health journey!

  • As for “healthy food” being more expensive it depends really on if you are talking healthy process foods, pre cut and packaged produce ect bc I got a bunch of frozen veggies, some fresh ones as well,some fruits and some other staples I’d say the least healthy thing in my cart for the week was a pack of chicken thighs and for about a weeks worth of healthy food I only spent $30 when i was drinking sodas every day eating junk food and process foods for every meal I thought I was saving money but I’d easily spend $200-$300 a month on grocery’s for two people + eating out often. Right now I’m trying to cut out the sodas and only have 1-2 while I work(it’s free at work) and I’m actually saving money which I thinks funny from when I thought I’d be saving money by buying a bunch of cheap processed crappy foods.

  • pati sex life nl kinukwento nl yan.lahat kc nga insecure cl.nd nl alam quiet lang aq kc nd aq mhilig mgyabang dhil nd aq insecure.hehehe.nd din aq mhilig mamuna ng kpwa kc nd aq insecure.nd din aq mhilig manggaya kc I have my own way kc nd aq insecure s knila.hehehe.

  • !!! The thing with “you don’t see yourself getting thinner. Your clothes don’t fit, but you still look fat” is. So real. I am 5’7 and went from wearing a size L down to an inbetween of XS and S and some days I see how I look, but most days I feel like I lost nothing. And whenever I eat a bigger meal I feel like I am being messed with, and that I look as I did before! It’s aggravating!

  • I barely leave comments here but i want to let you know how much you’ve motivated me to go through this journey. I get discouraged easily which always bring me back to square one.
    but ever since i discovered your channel i have been doing great with my diet.:)
    I haven’t checked my scale yet but i feel good eating healthy food and doing work outs and that’s what matters. I’ll never go back to how i used to be.. thank you so much…

  • Keto has been a game changer for breaking overeating habits. It has been a miracle in my life.
    Sometimes i have thoughts like I am greedy in my progress and mental greed is something I want to avoid so when i feel the greed or obsessiveness lurking I switch to gratitude for ALL the things that keto has brought and focus on offering up thanksgivings for the positives that have already taken place. Thankfulness is amazing in transforming my anxious thoughts.
    All praise to the Lord as I have been praying for help in overcoming food struggles.: ) Help is here. So thankful ����

  • My reason for under eating is bc I get full really fast but I also just eat like 2 or 3 times a day. Either 1 meal and a snack or 2 meals and a snack. But I do try to eat healthy and more food. I also try to exercise at least 30 minutes a day.

  • Another thing is that if you’re overweight, people automatically assume you eat junk food and drink fizzy drinks but I hate fizzy drinks and most junk foods I don’t like either. Which is why if I get a salad or something at school and people say “are you on a diet” and I say no I eat this all the time they won’t believe me. Which is super annoying. Not all overweight people eat and drink crap, for some of us it’s just a case of no exercise.

  • Thank you so much for this! I just finished my first Whole30 working on being healthy and learning things about my personal reaction to food. Scared to start the next step of my journey I got overwhelmed with my goal and scared of the commitment I made to myself but your wonderful words and encouragement spoke to my heart and helped me feel confident in my decision to continue to be happy and healthy my way! Words can’t describe how amazing you have made me feel. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

  • The only thing I don’t like watching your channel is that I never get to finish what you sre showing because the next shows to watch pop up on the screen.

  • What’s your secret? I get that a lot. My reply: I joined Weight Watchers. I often hear “Oh, I used to do that” or “It didn’t work for me/ my daughter/ my friend.” I don’t want to say “It does work if you stick to it.” Any weight loss plan/ program, etc. is a lifetime commitment/ lifestyle, as you said.

  • I’m 17 and since birth I was fat. While growing up I would sometimes not care if I lost weight or how big I got, and then sometimes I would just get into the ” omg I really need to lost weight phrase ” but it was hard. But last year January 2017 I got a coupe health problems Diabetes, High blood pressure and summer 16 I got IBS ( Irritable bowel syndrome). Currently I don’t feel good about myself especially when I look in the mirror and see my big stomach and when I go to the doctor and see the scale. For the past week I’ve been doing research. I love your videos it inspires me so much and thanks for sharing you weight loss journey videos with Us ❤️

  • eating too much to cope is a mental illness that we wear. that is so true. i am COMPLETELY educated on so many things and i know how to properly lose weight. it just so difficult that everyone judges without knowing the whole story. that person that you thought was overweight and walking really slow and tired could have just finished a jog after beating themselves up for eating too much to cope. some people are naturally skinny and also cope through binge eating. it is a mental illness and coping method no matter what your body size is you deserve help. 50% mental health with weight loss is a definite.

  • I see this a lot with my coworkers. I’ve lost weight and still kept my electric personality. It makes me wonder how they seen me when I was bigger.

  • hello thank you for your story and your ins and outs. I have just started my weight-loss journey and would love to know what kind of foods help you get the weight off. if you have any videos of how you prep your foods can you please share them with me thank you in advance….

  • I see some stuff in the reddit comments and the comments here that worry me a bit. Now i am happy to see so many people mention mental health as that should be the number 1 goal before anything else for people who are overweight and have an emotional relationship with food however i also saw a lot of people mention CICO and by extension calorie counting as the be all end all of weight loss, as if it is the most important principle on earth for weight loss. It is not. In fact i would go so far as to say that although people shouldn’t abandon it completely it is probably the least important part of any weight loss journey. The focus of our society on CICO as an all mighty principle resulted in not only many people not losing weight in a sustainable way but even worse, yoyo diets.

  • What no one tells you about losing the weight is how people trying to make you gain it back and also pointing out how much you lost

  • I weigh 130 lbs / 59 kg. I am the heaviest of all my friends… and to be honest I’ve grown to be jealous of their ribs sticking out and their small meals. I feel like im the fattest person ever. and that I need to be ashamed for weighing this much. I wish I weighed 100lbs. And I constantly want to eat healthy, but when I starve myself I just end up binge eating which ends with me starving myself letting the cycle repeat itself..

    And what hurts the most is every time we have the yearly checkup at the school, and when the nurse weighs us.. im always in the obese scale… I am 5″2

  • You are so awesome, it is amazing to see how far your channel has come! Keep being an inspiration Q U E E N I will be sharing this video for sure. Stay shinin’ beautiful ������������������

  • You will either get an eating disorder after the weight loss or you can benefit from it and still live life happily. I suffer from an eating disorder after my weight loss journey, and it’s been going on for a bit over 6 months. It’s painful, but my metabolism seems to have also increase so my weight isn’t coming back on so quickly…

  • Thanks for talking about this. Do you ever feel offended when people comment on your weight as soon as they see you? And if they tell you how good you look? To me it seems rude and implies I didn’t look good before.

  • Kind of off topic, but after this past Christmas I realized just how “big” I was. I was about 120. Not really overweight for my age, but i first noticed that all the fat looked like it went to my belly. I decided to start losing weight. As of today, I’m at 108, borderline underweight. The problem I have now is that losing weight has become my drug. I still see myself as the same weight even though my stomach is in fact smaller. I picture myself as obese. Whenever I eat, I feel like it’s cheating, no matter how healthy it is. The struggle goes both ways

  • My sisters friend lost 60 lb so now she’s visibly thin and every time she goes for like a slice of pizza or something that’s considered unhealthy people would constantly say are you sure you want to eat that

  • Why is this channel not bigger? Lol. I’m a rexie and weightloss isnt easy. I cried this morning for gain.2lbs since yesterday and its hard

  • I feel bad because I’m on my way home from work after buying a bunch of ramen and alcohol. I’m not overweight but I feel uncomfortable and I can’t seem to stop unhealthy habits

  • Something that I have a lot of trouble with is what exercise I should be doing and how much or how many times I should a week because I hear so many different things. I know the diet I want. I want to be vegan. And I was for a few months but my husband talked me out of it and said it was bad for me. But that was when I felt the happiest and healthiest so I’m about to start that journey again. It’s just the exercise I don’t know what to do. If you or someone here could help me I’d appreciate the advice! Your so inspirational and I love you! Your amazing I’ve been with you before your YouTube channel and I was so excited you made one!! ❤️

  • You are truly inspirational and down to earth. I can totally relate to your journey. Some men pick overweight women because they think they can control them. Im down 105 pounds amd I lhave 25 to go. I WILL NOT STOP!

  • I’m realizing that I’m not self-loving, and telling myself “screw it, eat whatever!” With a full time job, 3 kids, husband and I’m just so tired all the time! I’m fed up with being FED UP!

  • I liked your water tip, which I do with drinking a whole bunch of tea, black coffee with nothing, and one of skinny fit youth scoop in 16 to 18 ounces of water, then drink water. With eating, I learn that I actually lose weight when I’m in Ketosis. Which is when I’m eating only veggies with the least of carbs and fasting for very long periods of time. Still need to drink though.

  • Yes girl I’m going through this rn I’ve lost 30 pounds so far before I literally went from smashing and breaking a scale bc I didn’t want to be weighed to literally weighing myself everyday and being extremely pissed and upset that I didn’t lose a pound through the night I have 70 more pounds to lose to get to 120

  • Thank you, I’m having a hard time now. My number on the scale isn’t moving. It drives me crazy. It’s been like this for two months. Anyways I love all your videos and your hair is gorgeous.

  • Thank you for pointing out your first item right away. I lost 80 lbs within 6 months and started restricting everything and anything not good for me.

    Slowly I started understanding what this journey is all about. Now I eat better but still healthier. Still portion controlling but not to an extreme. That’s one point I never wanted to tell others on how I lost weight.

    I’m happy that we are both in a better place now.

    btw my BMI is at 21.5 and body fat is 10.5%. Beyond those numbers I’ve toned up alot and started gaining alot of muscle mass. Honestly I’m in a better shape then I ever was.

  • Omg! I hate when people police my diet! It makes me feel so wierd and gross Besides, I usually know exactly where that food item fits into my plan, lol.

  • I did it to be more attractive, absolutely nothing else mattered to me then.. Nothing is worse than making eye contact with a girl and have her look at you like a pig.

  • I Am Saying Thank You Soo Very Much for Being Here…You Have Accomplished Must…when I first tapped on Your videos… I have been in Inspired…My Hubby Transitioned This Planet in April of this year 2018… Releasing the weight is like Releasing another person from My Life…alot of this Release is depression weight…He had the c word…and being an Empath can get unhealthy… allowing these illusions to come in of f.w.p.a.c. just came up with that…don’t Choose to say these words anymore… because Saying them still give them room in some way…You do Loss Yourself much helping them come along…I lost sight of Me…but here IAm on My Spiritual Release Journey…He left me with good examples… It’s about Healing Sooo Much Now… Releasing All That No Longer Servers Me… It’s about this Now for Me… Healing/Release/Surrender/Joy/Love/Prosperity/Homeostasis In Health in Well-being…but In All Aspects of Life Now for Me…I Appreciate You for sharing so Openly with Your following…the grit is Encouraging to Me… Seeking it Now…I do DeClare Victory Over All of These Discoveries that Are Happening… eating for one now… not eating…some not for three days….but I Do Drink A lot of water…has helped in the Release process…Good Thing…I Choose To Be A Magnet Of Love IAm A Magnet Of Love…I Just Keep Saying this Out Loud…it is a Choose…We decide Who and How We Desire to Be…I Thank You for Being Here!!!..I Am In Deep Gratitude for being brought to this information!!!..Thank You and More Please!!!��������✔������Much more to Say…I receive that the healthy part is being able to Identify what is happening �������� Peace Love Abundance Joy Harmony

  • You are such an inspiration. Love your videos. The struggle is real….thank you for the encouragement and sharing your journey with us.

  • As a former morbidly obese person, when I hear someone complaining about knowing how to lose weight but having an eating addiction, still sounds like excuses. Eating addictions are to certain types of foods, NOT ALL FOODS. With therapy and COMPLETE avoidance of sugars and carbs you CAN lose weight. I did it. I guess it annoys me, because I used to be addicted to food and I made those same excuses. But I started to prioritize my health and mylife enough to avoid those triggering poisonous foods for life. When you are near death because of food. eating for comfort sounds stupid. Life is too short to treat your body like you have a spare.

  • That comment about always feeling the fattest you’ve ever been regardless of what weight you actually are hits really hard. I went from 236 to 148 at my slimmest and I didn’t feel any less disgusting at any point. I still struggle with seeing myself as a skin person when I know what I was before

  • I have the same wts. and that yellow and black band. Or wearing short shorts and no ripples on my thighs. You have always been real with us. Thanks…

  • With the sugar type, I feel like he should’ve mentioned simple carbs, since they turn into sugar later on. In that case, I’d definitely say I’m a sugar body type.

  • que te sentis mas incomodo con tu cuerpo, la gente se opina mas del porque eras gorda y ahora estas flaca, que ahora estas mas linda como si ser gorda te converte en u mostruo
    bajar de peso tambien indica que mentalmete estas mas debil o fuerte todo cuesta mas que estando gordo

  • It’s crazy to me that people say you can’t “just stop” eating, smoking, drinking etc to solve the problems. But that’s exactly what I did and worked. I simply just stopped doing what I know is bad for me.

  • Your #4 is my trigger as well. I have been struggling for this entire calendar year to stay on plan for weight loss. I’ve maintained my weight loss (within 8 lbs)…but the loosing aspect of the plan has been lacking this year. Road trips are very hard…..very very hard!!! I am back on plan..actually yesterday my husband pulled out the Blue Bell (that’s the best ice cream in the county)….I wanted it so so so badly. I struggled, but worked through it. I ended up getting a cup of lemon ginger tea, which, thankfully, was enough for me to stop the craving. I love what you say about mind set, I do believe that this is the most challenging. One day at a time!!!! Love following you and I love that you share your honesty. It truly helps me! Take care!

  • Yes! I have been mistreated by friends, family members and strangers bc my weight. It hurts, I need to toughen my skin. It seems every time I try to loose I fail. I am at the point to where I have to loose weight for “all the above.” Thank you for this motivational message and the truth. I love your videos and I now feel like I can do it even if I only take baby steps at least I’m stepping in the right direction.

  • What ended up working for me was making myself accountable. I enrolled in a college PE course (even tho I don’t go to that community college) this summer because I’d be paying about the same as a gym membership after sign up fees, and I’m not wanting to lose money or credits, and there are personal trainers who get to know each of us and genuinely care and if we miss a day they check in to see if we need more support etc in a caring way that isn’t scary. I also work at a place that has MASSIVE amounts of unhealthy ways to drink your calories (a barista) and lots of pastries. I choose my rudest most judgmental coworker and asked him as a joke if “this is healthy” before I ate or drank something and he surprisingly has lots of good ideas and it brought us closer to where we like working together now. I chose him because I knew he wouldn’t enable my unhealthy choices, and would love to tell me something will make me fat lol. Basically now at work I know someone is looking at me even if I don’t ask them to, and that everyone knows now I’m trying to lose weight. That motivates me to work hard and as I drop the pounds they’re all so encouraging and I don’t even bring it up, it’s so nice

  • I only get it on my belly. I have skinny legs and arms, no fat handles. I gained lot of stress weight during my life in foster care. Now I’m out if it, but I still have lot of stress because I’m very young mom (18).

  • I feel like one should also knows one weakness…… I can’t have chocolate on the house…. I won’t rest util I eat it all….. so when I want it I buy a small bar and eat it all…. I don’t have it if I want more….. love your channel

  • Facts are facts! Thanks queen. Temptations are REAL. but it’s ok. I have totally lost 75 pounds and I feel so much better about myself. People who teased me in high school about my weight are lookin at me crazy how. ERRRBODY MAD lmfaooo

  • I tought my boyfriend pretty much everything he knows about nutrition and showed him how to track calories… months later after I’d gained a bit too much fat from body building he decided to shame me for “not knowing” how to lose weight! Probably being with a really controlling negative partner was the issue, because now that he’s dumped me for “not making progress” I’m doing great.

  • A million times yes to this. I will def be sharing this video everywhere I can. I’m about half way through losing 110-120 lbs (for the 2nd time) and I’m so glad I heard you talk about all of these things. I have been watching your videos for a few weeks now (need to go back and try to catch up!!) and I am definitely inspired! I love how supportive the YT/IG community is. It def helps me to stay focused, motivated and driven. So thank you for the big part you play in that!! And I love listening to you ���� “accent” I don’t really see it as an accent though as I am in Canada too!

  • This video is definitely wonderful! It helps me remember of times when my spouse used Custokebon Secrets to get rid of 15 lbs and enjoy being healthy again! Many people would like to lose fat, however we also need to remain healthy, and that is what Custokebon Secrets given.

  • nkakatuwa ang mga ganitong girl n nd cl insecure s mga nd overweight or mataba.t hey just make them self healthier by loosing weight.may mga tao kc n pg nkita nl n payat or nd mataba ang iba ang dame nl cnsv dhil insecure cl.dhil nd nl kaya ung katawan ng iba.nandyan n svhan k n adik k mgpataba k nmn.at ang dme p nl cnsv.ky s inis q dati ngpataba aq.kc s dme ng cnsv nl pro pr nmn cl tanga n nkbnty s bawat ginagawa q ar ginagawa nl.tlg ngpataba aq at nd aq nliligo,nd aq ng toothbrush nd aq mgaayos tutal pr nmn cl tanga n insecure pro ginagaya aq.tposnung nkita q n mukha n cl sofa bumalik aq s pgdidiet at exercise.kc alam q n lalo cl mahihirapan mgpapayat

  • Here for the title buuuut are those thr west elm side tables?! Ummm I’m seriously thinking about getting those! Are these by chance another brand? Looking for this style

  • I am trying to eat twice a day using common sense with portion. I follow WW and sometimes I get obsessed counting points. I really don’t listen to what people say because it’s my journey and only me knows what I need.

  • Commenting on the lazy thing. I’ve seen mega rich people who are big. The reason they’re big is that they work super hard on other pursuits. Constantly networking with other business folk, constantly taking potential clients to lunches and nights out, working from 5am to 9pm pretty much every day.

    These people aren’t lazy. I see it like having a battery and 5 light bulbs.

    Turning up the brightness on one will bring down one of the others. When you’re killing weight loss, your social life might suffer, or your hobbies do, or your work does, or your romantic life does. Etc.

    Finding a balance that still gets results is harder than choosing a focus and being okay with sacrificing other.

  • I’m documenting everything I eat….tracking everything everything is a pain in my ass…but holding me accountable….its a looonnnggg journey, but it took a long time to put this on!!!!

  • complete knowledge of body types [[[ vata Pitta kapha the 3 Dosha ]] is from MDs who know Maharishi ayur veda speak with nancy Londorf MD Robert Schneider MD FACC in general Oprah winfrey can fund the research needed to prove dr frederik Klenner ‘s protocol JAMA 1949 professor Norman Rosenthal MD also a TM person said we have no cure for covid well wehave but itmust be proven beyond testimonials and anecdotes by gold standard clinical trials. for years i’ve asked Gates foundation to fund research on high dose intravenous vitamin C many grams curing any type of serious infection and to fund research about the 400 herbs which Hippocrates used and the 1000s of medicinal plants which ayur veda and TCM experts know w ehave to make up time since christians killed women for brewing herbal tea and FBI raided herb supply warehouses Oprah’s audience can shop at organic health food stores Jeff Beezos Whole Foods is not as organic and complete as it was supplements ahve been under attack by the media via indoctrination and warfare from the drug industry [[ buying politicians ]] evidence is from research and research was not funded yotube is full of videos about top 10 herbs which kill viruses 30 medicinal plants used by native americans facebook and yotube threatened to block any info about these things [[[ greenmedinfo pubmed.gov ]]] like Colloidal silver marseilles remedy Thieves oil and oxygen therapy someone of stature should promote maharishi ayur veda clinic /spa in fairfield Iowa everyone must have panchakarma treatment once ayear
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  • I stopped smoking and now it’s a constant struggle to keep my calories down. I gained 50lbs! I’ve since lost 4lbs, but MAN I want candy or a cigarette dog-gone-it. What am I supposed to do about this stress eating��

  • I’m determined and focused to be healthy and lose weight… (not for anyone but me) I’m impatient so the journey feels rocky and out of reach at times but everyday I’m learning something new and I try to appreciate my achievements no matter how small they may be. I love all your videos (I can’t chose between the categories their all so informative and motivating) sometimes I watch them repeatedly to ensure it has registered in my brain. Put positivity into my mind & body and keep negativity far from me. Thank you for keeping it so real! god bless you..

  • nkakatuwa ang mga ganitong girl n nd cl insecure s mga nd overweight or mataba.t hey just make them self healthier by loosing weight.may mga tao kc n pg nkita nl n payat or nd mataba ang iba ang dame nl cnsv dhil insecure cl.dhil nd nl kaya ung katawan ng iba.nandyan n svhan k n adik k mgpataba k nmn.at ang dme p nl cnsv.ky s inis q dati ngpataba aq.kc s dme ng cnsv nl pro pr nmn cl tanga n nkbnty s bawat ginagawa q ar ginagawa nl.tlg ngpataba aq at nd aq nliligo,nd aq ng toothbrush nd aq mgaayos tutal pr nmn cl tanga n insecure pro ginagaya aq.tposnung nkita q n mukha n cl sofa bumalik aq s pgdidiet at exercise.kc alam q n lalo cl mahihirapan mgpapayat

  • I love watching your videos. I find it really difficult to stick through it within the first week! I always fail! I know I need to get my butt up and do something:(

  • “It takes a long time.”
    THIS IS TRUE
    I started 2020 thinking that I was going to lose 45lbs/20.5kg in 6 months but it took me 6 months just to even LOSE 25lbs/11.5kg. Still working on the last 20lbs/9kg and hoping to lose it by the end of the year

  • This actually just gave me an idea to give myself a year to transform. Like to just have fitness,health and feeling good abotu myself as my priority and see where that will take me in a year. If anyone is interested in joining this ride with me then feel free to do so as I will be posting my journey on my channel! This is so exciting and I can’t wait to see more of your videos to motivate myself up!

  • Most people assume you’re overweight because you eat too much And that is not always the case. I have had some type of eating disorder for over 30 years and am over weight now. I do not eat a lot and it has led to weight gain.Yo yo dieting can result in gaining weight.Most people would not believe that,but its true.It is called metabolic adaptation.

  • You inspire me so much. I seriously have been struggling to be in the right mental state during my journey right now. This video was an ultimate encouragement. ❤️�� thank you!!!

  • I too get comments since I started my weight loss journey. I have lost 57 lbs in 9 weeks after moving to a whole foods plant-based eating lifestyle and going to the gym 6 days a week. I appreciate this video and thanks for sharing.

  • i love u as a youtuber ur so kind and real
    i have a channel if you would like to check it out. make yourself at home!:) espi’s room

  • I’m in such a slump. I put on ten pounds in the last couple of weeks. I was in such a good stretch prior to this. Need motivation to jump back on my bow-flex. So hard. Thanks for the video.

  • When I tell my friends I used to be fat they ask me how I lost the weight and I can’t bare to tell them the answer is anorexia and mental illness

  • This video is over 6 months old but she did ask what was the last song I listened to so ��‍♀️ might as well answer. The last song I listened to was a song called ‘Good Lil Boy’ by a group called Ateez.

  • The person who said that loosing wait is something like 50% -> really solid mental health, 3/8 diet and 1/8 exercise has it completely right. I lost lots of weight thanks to diet and exercise but because of mental diseases (binging overcome ednos) I gained everything back. Now I try to get back on track to loose a few pounds without falling back into my bad habits (that means no calorie counting, my fitness pal scares the hell out of me) and THAT’S the hardest. Keeping the right state of mind, staying motivated but not stressing about results… * cough *… maintaining… * cough *

  • I have lost 150 pounds, and I’m in that same position. You are completely right. Its definitely mental just as much as physical. Thank you for this video so others are aware. I hope you can find a way through this and stay healthy!

  • It was Valentine’s Day after I had lost 60 lbs that a relative said “Are you sure you should be eating that?” when I opened one of those quintessential boxes of chocolates. I ended up leaving the table and crying in the next room. I know what you mean about having triggers like that from others’ comments. Now I just tell people why saying something like that is hurtful and harmful to someone who has lost weight through diet and exercise. ��

  • Thank you so much for this video!.I have lost weight in the past and found that I couldn’t deal with some of the things you mentioned, especially the attention, I am very uncomfortable with too much attention from men. I was abused as a child and i never really learned how to accept attention from men. I have a whole lot of other issues I’m working on too but I am working on them and I’ve made progress.. I think I’m almost ready to begin my weight loss journey again. Thank you for the truth and i hope to see more videos like this in the future ������

  • Thank you for this video I thought I was the only one, I used to weight 233 and now I’m down to 157lbs. I’m struggling because I weigh my self everyday, I count my calories and if I eat candy I feel bad �� I’m trying so hard not to see food as my “enemy” it’s a struggle. I will keep a positive mind

  • Forget your own unhappiness and create a little happiness for others because when you’re good to others you’re best to yourself. Remember the things you do for yourself are gone when you’re gone, but the things you do for others remain as a legacy.

  • The “triggering” comments from people are SO DAMN TRUE. I went vegetarian for 6 months and recently broke it. I still don’t eat very much meat but I get those snide comments of “I thought you didn’t eat meat” ��������

  • “Heeeeeeeeeell no” Hahaha. I love you Dr. Nina! I am so sad that I didnt find your channel until after moving to Denver from Houston last year. I would LOVE to meet you in person. You are above and beyond my favorite weight loss inspiration channel. And you always seem to upload exactly what I need to hear. Iv restarted my weight loss 3 times since the beginning of THIS month (12 days yall) and I just cant keep it up. Got family and friends constantly coming up with reasons to “start tomorrow” and I just… I want this weight GONE. I finally understand what you meant when you said we may have to seclude ourselves some, especially at the start.

    Thank you for the work you put into your videos. You change my life.

  • I agree that people will try to bring you down. Mostly family. I went back to my home town and a friend that I hadn’t seen in years said my sister said I was huge. My sister! Then they said you’re smaller than when you lived here. Since then I have gone from a womens size 20 to a regular size 14. All my family except this same sister congratulates me on my weight loss and encourages me to keep it up. She sends pics of the fabulous food and drinks she’s always out having. I sent a pic of my new bathing suit. ��

  • I just love watching you.. I definitely needed this video…i just started my weight loss journey I’m on my 9th week and I’m down 30 pounds. I feel amazing and I’m striving for more success.

  • nkakatuwa ang mga ganitong girl n nd cl insecure s mga nd overweight or mataba.t hey just make them self healthier by loosing weight.may mga tao kc n pg nkita nl n payat or nd mataba ang iba ang dame nl cnsv dhil insecure cl.dhil nd nl kaya ung katawan ng iba.nandyan n svhan k n adik k mgpataba k nmn.at ang dme p nl cnsv.ky s inis q dati ngpataba aq.kc s dme ng cnsv nl pro pr nmn cl tanga n nkbnty s bawat ginagawa q ar ginagawa nl.tlg ngpataba aq at nd aq nliligo,nd aq ng toothbrush nd aq mgaayos tutal pr nmn cl tanga n insecure pro ginagaya aq.tposnung nkita q n mukha n cl sofa bumalik aq s pgdidiet at exercise.kc alam q n lalo cl mahihirapan mgpapayat

  • I started trying to lose weight in January I wish I lost a bit more but all I have changed is my portions and so far I have lost 16 pounds.

  • This is was an excellent video, it really made me think.

    I know that most of the people who make the decision to lose weight do it because they want to be healthy, and that’s their primary focus, but it’s never been that for me. Sure, I want to be healthy, but I’m an overweight (maybe obese?) 14 year old that feels super insecure in her body. I know that in the long run, eating healthy and staying active like I’m doing now will help me live longer, but for now, that’s not what’s on my mind.
    I’ve never felt comfortable in my body, so losing weight and being able to fit into cute clothing was my reason for starting. I used to hurt myself because I hated my body, and even though I’ve struggled for a while to find a balance to losing weight, it’s helped me to gain more confidence and happiness.
    I don’t know if it’s a strange thing for a 14 year old to think about so heavily, but it’s been that way for me for a few years.
    I want all the “Wow, you lost weight!” comments, but I do realize how egotistical it makes me sound.
    One of the points brought up in this video made me doubt myself a bit. I’m kind of scared that when I reach my goal of 70 kg (154 pounds), that it won’t be good enough. That i’ll start restricting and end up on the other side of the unhealthy spectrum, like was mentioned. Or, i’ll just end up gaining it all again. I really don’t want either of these options to happen.
    But, on a lighter note, I have lost 8.7 kg (19 pounds) so far in 2017, and I’m really pushing myself to lose at least another 8.7 kg by the end of it.
    Wish me luck!:’)

    lmao sorry for the long comment, I’ve never really let myself type about this before, so this is new. Also, thanks if you actually read this whole thing, lol.

  • I love your videos. It’s interesting how some friends want to keep you fat they lie and say you look good the way you are knowing that if they are skinnier they would not want to change places with you. I’ve lost 5 pounds just been on my weight loss journey for the past 3 weeks have a ways to go but I feel so motivated especially because yesterday I got into a shirt I haven’t been able to wear. I know the progress is small but on a positive note it’s big because im headed in the right direction and that is what I’m staying focused on. I think a good video suggestion would be your workout split and the type of cardio you do and how often. Thanks dr. Nina your truly full of love realism and encouragement

  • Wow…you hit it right on the nail. You put into words what I’ve been thinking in my head. I’m a mom of 3 so I have very little time for personal exercise time so I started with healthier eating and so far it’s been working. I feel better, I don’t see the change on the scale but I do see the changes in my body in certain places. Sometimes I wonder if I’m imagining it bc the number on the scale hasn’t really moved �� recently I’ve noticed I’ve been what you call ‘restrictive eating’. Not on purpose, more because either I didn’t have time to make a healthy meal, I’m too tired to make a separate meal for myself so I land up eating scraps off the kids plate of the healthier stuff or we’re on the go and can only make it to a drive thru so I land up not eating or eating a bite of something just to tide me over. I need to make it a habit to eat more often but it’s been hard. I try to meal prep as much as possible but it can be challenging with making different meals for the family. Luckily my husband is ok with whatever I make but the kids �� anything green is yucky. The restrictive eating has been my recent challenge. I’m glad I’m not alone

  • One of the things no one really talks about is the fact that 99% of those who are overweight could be considered to have an eating disorder. They need help.

  • What some of these people are describing is most likely body dysmorphic disorder which is 100% treatable and not how you should feel after a significant weight loss. It’s common, but it’s also not “just how it is”

  • GURL! I LOVE you! Your channel is THE best! I could binge watch your channel easily! Such great tips! I just wish I could remember all of them without feeling so overwhelmed! haha!
    I have a question! I have been round all my life, but when I was about…11 I began to gain EXTRA weight. I’m now 24 and I have reached 225 lbs:( I am working on it slowly, with a good diet, good daily routines and then exercise 30 mins a day, but I also have Anxiety and Depression which make it very difficult… do you think I have any hope in being able to slim down, since I’ve been fat all my life???
    Thanks for your channel, it is seriously one of the best out there!
    God bless <3 xoxo

  • Hey beautiful wasnt able to reach your free video course. Says somethings wrong with the link. Btw congratulations on your weight loss journey. Ive lost 30 so far and then 10-15 more pounds of fat before i start bulking �������� issa lifestyle ����

  • “You’ll really never ever feel thin, no matter how much weight you lose.”

    I’d like to know if any formerly-fat people disagree with this… Sounds a bit discouraging:(
    (I started losing weight in May but still have a long way to go. So far I’ve lost 40lbs)

  • Back in hs i was a size 16 in pants and would wear xxl shirts. Lost like 30-40lbs and ended up going down to about a size 10 pants and medium shirt. But for a while, until my mom decided to intervene and throw all my clothes away, i kept wearing the same pants and shirts probably looking very bummy and sloppy. Still thought i was fat. Honestly it was cause i didnt really like how i looked. Ive since gained some of it back im at a size 14 and am trying to lose the weight again but this time im happy with how i look. I can see myself in the mirror and appreciate my face/body even if its not in shape. So hopefully this time ill lose the weight and keep it off.

  • People notice you and tend to treat you better when you are a normal weight. I’ve lost over 50 pounds and people will just randomly compliment me when I’m out in public.

  • I went on a date last night after recently losing 25 pounds, still have plenty more to go being 220, but my date was uncomfortable that I didn’t want to eat a whole chocolate tart for dessert… he was telling me that I shouldn’t restrict myself and should enjoy life. That is a trigger for me and makes me very upset. You don’t know me and don’t tell me what I should eat. Before starting my weight loss journey I could eat a whole freaking chocolate cake but I want to be healthy and eat realistic portions. I’d rather have half a chocolate tart and not feel stuffed and in pain afterward. Eating healthy doesn’t mean I’m starving myself or limiting myself. Vegetables taste just as good as those shitty sugary snacks once you aren’t addicted to sugar.

  • ive lost about 42 pounds in the past four to five months, and no matter how many people tell me that i look good or that theyre proud of me, i cant see what anyone else sees and constantly feel like everyone thinks that im fat. it sucks.

  • Oh my god I love your accent. Where are you from?�� I’m from Italy and it’s impressive that I can understand your every single word without subtitles��

  • Although I agree that this is quite the accomplishment. As a Black person, you should be just as equally concerned about the condition of your people. Many of us will talk about weight but when it comes to our people we can only find criticism and condemnation. All I hear from most of you is what other Blacks have done to you. How other Blacks have fucked you over. Are they the only reason why were obese in the first place? Who’s poisoning the food? Who puts toxic food in the neighborhood and promotes it on TV? As usual, I expect to see nothing but love and adoration for whites and the eternal blame levied against Black people. SMH

  • I can relate so much..ive been trying to loose weight for about a month..i do workouts eat healthy and alot less but my wieght doesnt seem to go down at all..yea i loose some grams then get them back..im 5’4 and 180 lbs..and yea nonbody understands wat u go through

  • You are such an inspiration to me! I have recently lost 43 pounds (since february) using Weight Watchers. I am very close to my half way mark of my total weight loss goal and I still can’t believe it sometimes. I really appreciate you talking about your struggles. It can be so hard and I struggle and eat things I shouldn’t about once a week. Some weeks are better and some are worse. Sometimes I think my exercise balances out my bad food choices too. I also became very reliant on the numbers on my scale which is so hard mentally. I do get weighed in once a week for the program which I would say definitely helps with accountability and feeling great about progress. But it feels crushing sometimes to see I lose less than a pound or what have you. I put my scale away at home and only use it a day or two before my weigh in day so I am mentally prepared and it helps me a lot. Sometimes I have to remind myself it’s not a race to get to my goal and as long as I continue to do better and feel better that’s good. But I also don’t feel bad if I treat myself to a piece of pizza or a frappuccino once a month or whatever. I love what you said about enjoying your life and progress. What’s life if we can’t have a treat or as you said, something we can’t eat every day, once in a while right?

  • Thank you for your videos. I have a binge eating disorder and the mentality of the disorder, the lies I hear that are associated with it are the same as you and yet you overcome and you remind us viewers that we can as well. I reached my goal a little over a month ago but I live in fear of the weight coming back. Your videos assure me that each day I don’t binge is a victory and if I do, start again the next meal or the next day. This is a lifetime type of battle. It isn’t over once you get to goal. You have been my inspiration! Thanks for being so transparent and courageous.

  • I started to cryyour words reached out to me. Im 130 pounds ans 5’3. I broke my neck in a car accident and now i sit at home and boredom eat and cant work out. I cry and i panic at the thought that im hopelessly gaining weight. Please make more videos ❤

  • Thank you for being honest. I am a therapist that deals with trauma and eating disorder/body image issues, I am also on my own health journal since gaining weight during an MS diagnosis. We all have struggles and for you to be aware of your behaviors and then say hey this is what I am dealing with, this takes courage, and it is NOT because a person is weak or “doing wrong”, it is what our brains do when our societies messages can send the messages of thin=happy, and we may have left over self esteem issues that tells us we need to change the outside to be happy, and knowing your triggers is amazing. You are sending a great message, you are teaching others that we don’t have to hide our struggles, that we can ask for help and to reach out and talk about what is going on, NO shame, our young women need these messages of a strong woman. Thank you! I needed to hear this today as well!

  • During my journey I realized that your body type is what you need to focus on, I come from a naturally thick family meaning I have never been thin…NEVER…so what I started to realize when I started eating clean and working out is that I lose inches and gain muscle which is burning/replacing my fat..even if I just do cardio my body does that instead of moving the number on the scale immediately, so i started the process of trying to love my body type, my curvy thick body type because in the end I will be healthy and strong but this butt and these boobs are here to stay

  • Thank you for this video. I learned some new things and I’m guilty of comparing myself to my high school years. ��
    Also, so random, but I googled your age to prove to my husband that you’re younger than me but you’re basically the same age as me! Lol
    We’re both born in ‘93 & I saw you were born in Riverside…. I was born in Chino! Too funny! ��

  • I have to say as a 5′ 6″ Asian girl who weighs nearly 130 pounds, I always think I’m fat as hell until I moved to UK. Asian beauty standard is even crueler, I literally cannot lose weight anymore(cuz I was a sprinter in my high school and college, I’m more muscular than normal girls) however everyone kept saying the perfect weight for me should be 110 pounds, I was always super stressed out.

  • Sometimes haircuts after you’ve lost weight are honestly the most flattering thing.

    I’ve had long hair (like all the way down my back) all my life and kept it despite annoyance because it hid my chin and made me feel less exposed. I ended up losing 10 pounds and went from 145lbs to 135 where you can really see the difference.
    I went and took myself to the hairdresser with the idea of getting a cut to upper back or start of boobs area.
    I went and told her I wanted it to collarbones
    my face when I realise where tf the collarbones are ������
    AFTER ITS DONE BC IM A BLIND ASS BITCH WHO DIDNT WEAR GLASSES DURING CUT
    But I have a long bob now and despite it definitely being a mistake I do not regret it! Never seen a haircut so flattering on me it makes me feel so much more confident!

  • All my relatives have an opinion too. They’ve all been overweight for so long they think they’re normal. When someone loses a bit of weight they immediately think they’re sick and dying. My Uncle had to lose weight to help overcome a heath problem and my family constantly tells him that he needs to stop. They’re just living in a delusion.

  • I’ve been trying to lose weight since I’m the heaviest I’ve been (250 lbs) and I’ve been making progress… but losing weight does have to do with mental health and emotions, no matter what anyone else says. I was doing good, but today I had a bad day. I’m a chicken farmer and i love my birds more than myself. I lost one hen this week, and this morning I found one of the chicks we got dead (she had an accident and had brain damage, and the hen died because she was really old). Its extremely difficult to resist temptation, especially when food is how you cope with emotions and when you’ve had a bad day/week.

  • I’ve gone from 320 pounds to 206, and I’ve never felt more insecure in my entire life. When I was big, I didn’t care about how I look, I didn’t track anything, but now that I’m smaller, I’m constantly worried about my appearance. About every detail. I see NO PROGRESS. I look in the mirror and see NOTHING. I don’t know how I can reverse this mentality, and I’m terrified about what it’ll insidiously turn into. I don’t know what it’s gonna take for me to see anything

  • Thank you for wanting to share this knowledge and inspirational thought congraduation on the weight loss and for keeping it off be blessed

  • It is super amazing how huge a significant difference that stress really makes; I mean I would have never thought have I not been through it myself. So I have now been working with the yoga burn plan for the last five weeks been very good, I have practically never happened to be in as nice shape as I have been at the moment. find out more about yoga burn here https://tinyurl.com/lg7cfcs

  • I really appreciate your videos. They are so real. I have somewhere between 75-100 lbs to lose to get into a healthy range depending on muscle. You are one of the people who give me the most inspiration. I’m a similar age to when you started, and you keep me knowing I can do this.

  • I believe I am a combo type of Stress/Sugar Types. I have been through a huge longstanding stressful situation, and I also craved sweets. I struggle with midsection rolls, love handles as well as hanging abdomen. Thanks Dr.Oz❤

  • I just subscribed to your channel! Girl you are everything!! I am wanting to start my fitness/dance training career after i lose my pounds of course. I want to help woman like myself know that there is a way and that is the same type of thing I am getting from you!!!

  • U r right jovana offten people underestimate n not understanding. That’s way I better keep it by myself, n watch vlog transformation Lose weight such as yours vlog to find that I’m not alone, information that I need, search answers I need for my problems I face when diet n workout. Thx for ur vlog. God bless u

  • Lost 45lbs, fluctuating up and down 5lbs from there now. No one knows the anxiety of seeing the scale goingafter weight loss. I’m trying to put on more muscle, and clothes fit roughly the same at 136lbs now as they did at 133lbs before a good sign that it’s more muscle than fat. Logically, I know this weight gain is good and doesn’t mean I’m fat (still BMI 22), but I still get upset seeing it over that 130 I reached 2.5yrs ago

  • I almost feel like I want to just not eat anything at all, even though I feel hungry twice a day now since I started my plan of 800kcal/24h allowance average, the one side effect I got from eatling less are mainly that I can’t seem to get much sleep and constant crawing for food and that’s about it for me, 6 days in already over 1kg off. Makes me want to cheat by avoiding food completely for 6 days to see if I’d lose 2kg by doing that.

  • Yes, “nobody”. Why are these ALWAYS so negative and sweeping? See? I did it there, but factually. It should be “what do many not know about…”

  • poverty???? PLZ going outside and running is FREE. From a former poor fat ass to the dipships reading this comment get out and run there is no excuse. your knees will thank you after a while..

  • This is so late, but you are a gorgeous person inside and out. You’re so so humble and sweet. A total inspiration. I’m 86lbs down and still fighting my way to perfection. X

  • I AM AN ENDOMORPH… PRETTY MUCH THE STRESS + THE T TYPE… BUT I DONT EAT WHEN IM STRESSED & I DONT EAT VERY MUCH EITHER JUST ONCE A DAY… HOWEVER THIS TIME WHEN I EAT IS VERY LATE / EARLY HOURS & I EAT CHOCOLATE THEN TOO AS MY MEDS GIVE ME SUGAR CRAVINGS I NEVER HAD A SWEET TOOTH BEFORE THEM… & YES ITS HARD VISCERAL FAT AROUND MY TUMMY = /…

  • Thank you for this video and your transparency. I am a journey myself and your channel is an amazing space I can go to for motivation and realness. Thanks girl. you look amazing and have become an inspiration for me.

  • In the past two months I’ve been trying to recover from an eating disorder (eating too little, restricting myself, occasionally binge eating) and I’m at my heaviest weight ever. It’s hard to lose weight at this point in life, but I know it will benefit me in the future to stop my irregular eating patterns. I’m just trying to love myself better.

  • Incredible video. I have been chasing down such a video for quite a while. I took in a phenomenal course of action from this video. A commitment of gratefulness is all together to share this sort of video.

  • That is a lifestyle change. They will see you eating “unhealthy” food like ice cream or a donut and say “oh so you are not on a diet anymore?”. Siiiigh. STFU, I’m an active person now I can eat a damn donut if I want.

  • Omg I just found you 15 minutes ago and I’m in love! Your sense of humor is my favorite thing bout you! I’ve subscribed and going to find you on IG. I’m curious about your courses now!!! I’m looking forward to joining your tribe ����

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  • That your comments on weight cause eating disorders. All my life I’ve struggled with being a bigger girl, and so naturally people have comments to say. When I started to diet, I didn’t know what a proper portion was because I was always told I ate too much. So even if I was having a serving size of something, I would half it because it was too much. I would get told my small sandwich and apple was too big of a lunch by my sister. I restricted so much I would hardly eat 1000 calories a day. My grandma is obsessed with my weight that every time she sees me, she talks and asks about it. I’ve developed the eating disorder OSFED from all of this, and it makes losing weight much harder because I have to fight myself on a daily basis to stop looking so much at the numbers and panicking that it’s higher than I feel it should be.

  • The biggest problem is that ppl around you, try to prevent you from losing weight. I think it’s because ppl associate your weight to your personality, so if you lose weight, it’s like you became a new person, which freaks them out.
    Also many ppl want to lose weight, but most don’t succeed, so seeing you succeed, also freaks them out, because they can’t.

    You kind of need to become a new person, because who you were/are is the reason you got fat in the first place. You need to think, feel and act in new ways, to be able to stick with it. It’s not just a quick or easy change, that will change your life forever, you need to rework your entire life, routines and relationship to food.

  • Thank you so much Jovana. The thing I struggle with is the unpredictability of my confidence and self belief. For instance, one week I’ll feel SO confident and in control and I’ll be brimming and glowing with progress and inspiration. Then, out of nowhere, the black cloud will descend on me and it can be so hard to cut through it. And this happens when NOTHING has changed, ie my diet is the same, my routine is the same etc. And I never know when the black cloud is going to hit. It can be tomorrow, it can be a week, two weeks from now:( The main thing is to just keep going, and to KNOW that as sure as the black clouds will come, they will pass and I will feel myself again. All the very best to you as you power on!:) xox

  • Protip for anyone eating gluten free because it’s “healthy” and not due to some sort of wheat intolerance: most gf stuff is more caloric or haa more crap in it to make it taste similar to the real thing.

  • Lord,�� that part people watching that you eating�� I want to beat the hell out of my parents. How many times I have to tell you I’m not on a diet. I’m making a lifestyle change but I can still enjoy my old favorite food 1-2x a week. I can eat this if I want it just as long I don’t over do it.

  • How health problems can cause weight gain. I dieted and exercised for decades with little change. Yet everyone, including doctors, saw me as as a lazy pig. Ultimately I didn’t start chipping away on weight until the health problem was diagnosed and treated. And I ate a diet specifically for it. I now have normal BMI.

  • hi,anxious person who’s the chubbiest in the friend group here,with a question for the skinny people in the comments: do you guys see us as fat? I mean,obviously,we are,but do you guys mind it? I always think that the first thing that crosses people’s minds when they see me (even close friends) is “she’s probably unhealthy and weak”. That the first word someone would use to describe me is chubby. Does that happen or am I just super anxious about appearance?

  • I am at 80 pounds down last time I commented I was at 60 pounds. Thank for being so honest. I am now struggling with cheating, I know the cause and its stress… I am a stress eater.

  • Listen Linda!! Listen!!!! Dr. Nina is quickly becoming my BFF in my head, ok!? I LOVE your videos… they are always right on time!!

  • Losing weight in America is so difficult vs. losing weight in Nablus. I walked a mile in total almost everyday to catch up to two different bus stations, the food portions are so much smaller than they are in America and I ate only twice a day with no snacks. I lived on the fourth floor of an apartment building and would go up and down it 3-4 times a day (100 steps!) and just in 3 months I went from 165 to 125 lbs. Life styles are what make you lose weight and stay thin. After moving back to America, I went back to eating junk food and snacking and eventually I’d hit my highest at 181 lbs. I’m down to 170 but it’s hard to put in the exercise when I can’t just walk to a grocery store, or walk to a bus station 1/2 a mile away.

  • Thanks for all the feels! I love the vulnerability in this video. In the spirit of sharing, I have to get this off my chest. My husband of all people, the person who I’ve begged and pleaded to help support me in this journey-but yet offers me donuts just about every day, told me something yesterday that I just can’t seem to shake. I told him that I was going to eat a biscuit for breakfast, and not to judge me. (I’m aiming to eat low-carb/Keto so a biscuit is totally “off-plan” but I wasn’t going to binge all day, it was just a biscut). He replied back with”I don’t think you’re trying hard enough.” I couldn’t believe what he said, and he still doesn’t think he said anything wrong. He said that was his way of supporting me and keeping me on track. I’ve been at this for 5 weeks today and am down 15lbs. Then today, I got bloodwork back from my Dr. and I’m told that I’m pre-diabetic and my cholesterol is high. I feel so deflated and just feel like giving up. I’m glad I watched your video tho, because even though I gave into my feelings today and made horribly poor choices, I’m headed to the gym tonight to blow off some steam, and will start fresh tomorrow.

  • July 10th I was 178lbs, now I’m typing this on the treadmill and I weighed in at 170lbs this morning:) I watch these videos while I walk

  • Sharing is caring about how life goes but it can destroy the emotional and physical activity of the mind and �� body. Even though will can be a struggle it helps. Great video positive thoughts just continue.

  • Why are you not saying the other cuss words but will say G-damn? That is still a cuss word and in my opinion, much worse. please either say all of them or none of them. I like these videos, but the last two I watched did this and I turned them off. I hope I can keep watching these and this is just a suggestion and my opinion. Thanks.

  • 5:30 story of my life. I could not even properly fear outside factors like the pandemic because debt/finanical stresss/jobs/family financial outlook just always overrules my life….lol

  • The last bit is scary. You’ve had a mission and, when you are about to finish it, you wonder how or if you will need to keep setting goals. You can’t lose forever.

  • Honestly Dr. Nina, you’re a beautiful work of art. I’m 19 and I’m on my self love journey (from hair growth to weight loss) because growing up I was always self conscious of others, that I lost the chance to get to know myself.
    So I felt like I was never really comfortable in my own skin or could grow bc I was worried about others negative/small minded thoughts and percpetions of me (or the things I did/liked) all the time that it became 2nd nature and I grew accustomed to that treatment.

    But after being away from home for college, I’m starting to work on myself and love and appreciate my worth by trying (slowly for surely) to get to know myself more and worry less about what others have to say.

    Because now, I’m certain that I was always doing me in my own little way and they saw that potential and kept me blinded from my much needed growth, but now, it’s time to be selfish and feel myself. By getting right with my mind, body and soul.

  • Loved this video. I’m currently down 70lbs in 6mnths and I’ve experienced most of these things you’ve listed. It’s crazy how ppl switch up because you’re doing better for yourself. Jealousy is at a all time high ����‍♀️����‍♀️

  • I want to know how do you overcome the cravings. I was passing by fast food restaurants and I wanted to stop so bad. I had to literally tell myself to keep driving. Is this normal?

  • I relate to this so much. I’ve lost 135 myself, and see these examples in my own experience. I get people all the time asking me what I am doing, yet they really don’t want to hear it. Their looking for the easy way, and they don’t want to hear that it took the work of diet and exercise. The immediate response when I tell them what I am doing is “Oh, I couldn’t give up bread, I love carbs too much” or “I don’t have time to go to the gym”. I felt the same at first but I wanted it bad enough that I did it an why I get up so early to get my gym time in. I just end up shrugging my shoulders, knowing that the conversation is bound to come up again.
    A thing not mentioned that I’ve experienced is how people do treat you differently, and my reaction to that. Still dealing with the emotional baggage that can come along with it when you do notice it. In the moment you are fine, but when you have time to think about it can make you depressed or angry. It’s sad really, that it happens.

  • LOVE THE VIDEO! so relatable, I am a college student, just started
    my Youtube Channel. I post fitness and health videos as well!!! CHECK MY
    CHANNEL OUT

  • I struggles with anorexia and bulimia I’m.very happy that you noticed yourself going the other extreme and took handle on it�� and finding a healthy happy balance.

  • Thanks a lot Luke, it’s nearly 1 AM and I’ve just spent the whole day unconsciously trying to convince myself to stop this “lifestyle change drama” and that I’ve already ruined my body at such a young age. I’ve been trying to tell myself that I’ll never be not ugly or treated any better by the people at my new school. That I’ve jinxed it by trusting too many people with my newfound knowledge.

    I wish I could think about anything other than food and my body. But it’s hard when you’re a lazy, effortless person.

    At least I have your videos lol.

  • Great book about this “food junkies” by vera tarman and phil werdel. Fasting costs nothing. Cutting carbs cut my insatiable hunger.

  • yes ur ability to keep it off so long is definitely a great accomplishment. I’ve lost 40 lbs in 7 months and another 10 in the year following so that’s 50lbs in a little under 2 years and I put back on 30 in 1 year. yes it comes on slow put gets put back on super fast if ur not careful. I was going through a lot of changes in that year but now I’m back on the path to taking it off. watching you definitely gave me that push the 1st time and I’m so happy you have continued to keep it off and making these kind of videos because it continues to push me. one more thing nobody tells you about weight loss is that it may come in waves for some people and it’s ok if u put some weight back on as long as you get back on it and get it off. did that happen to you in your journey? I’ve watched all your videos but I don’t remember if that ever happened to you…

  • You know the three steps to weight loss is:
    1:Get enough sleep
    2:Eat a healthy meal first then have a small snack of something unhealthy (THAT IS NOT A HAMBURGER)
    3:Exercise for 10 minutes

  • amg mga tao n insecure cl p pilit n ngssv n ang kinaiinsecuran nl ang insecure.kc nd nl ky gawin ang kaya ng kinaiinsecuran nl.ung mga mtataba n nd ky mgpapayat n mdame cnsv dhil nanggagalaiti cl s ky gawin ng kapwa nl n nd nl ky.e ung mga kilala q n ganun ky galit s katawan q dati kc cl kung nd p cl iinom ng mga diet pills at diet coffee nd mga papayat ky gusto nl tumaba aq.wag daw aq insecure dpt daw mgpataba aq kc pr daw aq adik.hehehe.plibhasa mga nd ky mgpapayat.nd nl alam binebenta q diet pills s knila nd aman aq umiinom nun.ngdidiet lang aq dati ky pg cnsvhan aq n adik daw aq.ntatawa nlang aq kc s icp q cnu ky adik.e cl ung umiinom ng diet pills.aq wl aq iniinom.hehehe

  • ang iniinom nl diet pills ay ban n nga un dhil s may mga side effect.mga mtataba n isecure plibhasa nd ky mgpapayat ky pg nkakita ng tao n maayos itsura or katawan ssvhan nl n un p insecure kc nd nl ky mgpapayat.nkakatawa tlg mga ganung tao.utak bulok n itlog ung pg binasag mu ulo mangangamoy bulok dhil bulok ang utak.insecurities nl pinapasa nl s kpwa nl.plibhasa mga singit nagkakaskasan s taba ky dme cnsv s kpwa.kc nd n mbalance ng utak nl ang mgicp dhil panay mantika n.hehehe.pg nkita nl aq lalo cl manggagalaiti.

  • The video is very good resources and once someone put there mind that they want to lose weight with strong determination.And don’t relapse of going back to eating unhealthy foods. A person of to wanted to make that changes in there lives.Eating a restricted diet’s,Drinking plenty of water,Do daily excerise.Fresh healthy Salad is good resources in Vitamins. Our body system depends us to get the work done. Stay Bless everyone.

  • they dont tell you a lot of stuff about losing weight…. Depression, self doubts, the mental state starts to mess with you a lot more, family is some of your biggest support or could be your worst support…. Good video and i do understand, still struggling with my weight loss but i do know one day it will happen

  • Disordered eating got me into this situation, and only more disordered eating can get me out. Either way, it’s a mental minefield.

  • If we treated obesity as an eating disorder like we do anorexia, we would actually make progress creating a healthier world. Obesity IS a mental illness. (unless you happen to be the less than 1% of the population that actually has a health condition that makes it hard to lose/easy to gain weight-most all of you do not fit this category.)

  • This is my first time watching one of your videos and all I could think the entire time was just how AWESOME you are! Thanks for the tips!

  • My goal is to look NORMAL. I am 5’8″ and am shooting for 180 lb. I have lost 45 lb in 4 1/2 months, just by mindful, clean eating and cutting out fast food. I have a ways to go yet…about 90 lbs to be exact. Every time I get on the scale, and it shows a loss, I am so surprised! It’s like I don’t expect portion and clean eating to work! And I really have to laugh. I have hit 2 plateaus, waited them out. I now understand them. I treat them like sick days and know they are annoying but will pass. Some days I don’t eat enough because of my schedule, and so my food tracker won’t give me a projected weight, which is mildly punitive but that’s okay. Next day I try to eat better. I eat when I’m hungry. I listen to my body. I strive to make the mind-body connection. Some days I am tired (I work 12 hr night shifts as a nurse) and those are my weak days and sometimes I have unplanned meals, that are not especially “clean”. I forgive myself and move on. I am trying to notice if there is a difference in the way I interact with people and vice versa. The world really does become a different place. Obese people create their own prisons. If you want out, find your key, it’s there with you. It’s been there all this time.

  • ✨I love this! I LOST 80 POUNDS��IN 10 WEEKS FASTING & DOING KETO����watching videos like this has inspired me to create my OWN CHANNEL✅now Inspire others����Thank You Dr. Oz����